[OLSR-users] recovery from broken link
Tue Nov 29 21:03:01 CET 2005
Does the same happen using LQ level 0? Olsrd is supposed to
detect link loss and it should happen rather rapid with your
And then you need to verify the findings against 0.4.9/CVS.
> Hi Andreas,
> Thank you for your quick reply. My config file (olsrd.conf) is the
> default, that is, almost everything is commented except LQ is on as
> UseHysteresis no
> Link quality level 2
> LinkQualityWinsize 10
> In Interface part, only two options:
> HelloInterval 0.2
> HelloValidityTime 5.0
> My command is : olsrd -d 2
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Andreas Tønnesen" <(spam-protected)>
> To: "OLSR discussion and development" <(spam-protected)>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 2:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [OLSR-users] recovery from broken link
>> Hi Bing,
>> That is some strange behaviour... Could you test using 0.4.9 or
>> better yet, current CVS?
>> Also the configuration used is needed. Please post the config
>> file/command line options.
>> - Andreas
>> Bing wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am testing olsrd 4.8. I wanted to test node moving in and out of
>>> the network.
>>> For movement out of the area, I simply powered off that node. It
>>> seemed olsrd could never recover by itself. OLSRD in the other nodes
>>> also stopped working. After over 20 minutes, I had to manually stop
>>> olsrd by "Ctrl C", and restart olsrd. For movement in, it was good,
>>> olsrd could automatically detect the new node without affecting other
>>> What's wrong with this? Is the way it is or some bugs?
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