[OLSR-users] Secure Plugin

lee hughes (spam-protected)
Thu Jul 28 17:09:02 CEST 2005

are the time and date on all machine the same? i.e are you using ntp
to sync time, I think the encryption the secure plugin uses time and
date to stop replay attacks?

I'm just guessing here, I've not really messed around with the secure
plugin at the moment.


On 7/27/05, Russell Handorf <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I have 3 hosts: A, B, and C. Host A has one ethernet card (eth0), host B
> has two (eth0, eth1), and host C has one card (eth0)
> When I connect Host A to B (A-eth0 to B-eth0) and host B to E (B-eth1 to
> C-eth0) without using the secure plugin, the routing tables across all
> the hosts populate accordingly. However, if I use the secure plugin and
> a 128 bit key, only Host A and B will communicate with each other, Host
> B rejects all packets from C, and C doesnt get any updates from host B.
> All hosts have the same keyfile.
> What could be the problem? Should I run two instances of olsr on host B?
> Thanks,
> r
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