[OLSR-users] olsrd and default gateway

Andreas T√łnnesen (spam-protected)
Mon Nov 7 11:05:36 CET 2005


I'm not sure I understand the scenario, but olsrd always uses a metric of
>=1 on the routes, so if you have a default gw with metric 0 set up, Linux
systems will choose this route for default routing AFAIK.

- Andreas

> On Mon, 2005-11-07 at 10:13 +0100, Sven-Ola Tuecke wrote:
> [...]
>> No. For what!? If you want your own device to route to your own other
>
> I have a "only" tunnel into an OLSRD net. So it makes no sense to route
> (almost) *all* the traffic ov er that tunnel into the other net (guess
> which;-) even if it stays within my internet provider.
>
>> devices, use the Linux Advanced Routing capabilities. Heres the howto:
>> http://lartc.org/ . In short: Add a rule that matches your
>> IPs/Services/Interfaces, then add a new routing table, then add default
>> route in the new table which overrules the standard default route
>> managed by
>
> *eg* Yes, that's another possibility.
>
>> olsrd. Do no try this with windows, otherwise you need to read a lot
>> more
>> docs ;-)
>
> Here would work my first thought: Just add an option
> "leave-default-route-alone" and simply disable the relevant "ip route
> add"s and "ip route del"s in the olsrd.
>
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