[OLSR-users] LQ problems

Andreas T√łnnesen (spam-protected)
Wed Feb 16 05:26:37 CET 2005

> Thanks for your quick response. I see clearer now. The route switch
> occurs, because node B ceases to announce its link to node A; the topology
> table does not contain <--> link anymore. When B
> decides to announce the link again, i.e. when the entry returns to the
> topology tanble, the route switches back.

IMO the MPR selection has to behave this way regardless of LQ. The
A<->B link is still found in the two-hop neighor table. A quick look on
the lq_route calculation seems to reveal that two-hop neighbors are
never processed in the route calculation which they must be due to the
MPR scheme. But that was a very quick look, _very_ early in the morning
:-) So I very well might be missing something.

- Andreas

Andreas T√łnnesen

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