[OLSR-users] status of osx/bsd port

Andreas T√łnnesen (spam-protected)
Fri Jan 6 17:45:04 CET 2006


Are you sure you are running in LQ mode?

- Andreas

Lorenz Schori wrote:
> hi
> 
> i'm not quite certain about the status of olsrd on osx/bsd. yesterday  i 
> tried to get olsrd/osx to talk to olsrd on a linksys wrt54gs on  
> freifunk 1.1. using ethereal i could see that there was traffic on my  
> wlan interface but neither of the olsrds seemd to realize that it hat  a 
> fellow. these are the symptoms:
> 
> 1. startup:
> Checking en1:
>         Not a wireless interface
>         Metric: 6
>         MTU - IPhdr: 1472
>         Index 0
>         Address:10.247.200.4
>         Netmask:255.255.0.0
>         Broadcast address:10.247.255.255
> so. olsrd/osx seems to think that airport extreme is wired. weird...  
> (yes i am sure that en1 really is the wlan interface).
> 
> 2. olsrd/osx sent "HELLO" constantly. seems to be okay (?).
> 
> 3. olsrd/osx "Received HNA from NON SYM neighbor xx.xxx.xx.xxx"
> problem here: olsrd/osx does not set any routing entries. is this a  
> known problem?
> 
> 4. olsrd/osx "Unknown type: 201, size 20, from xx.xxx.xx.xx"
> possibly a plugin active on the linksys?
> 
> 5. if i browse to http://127.0.0.1:8080/ i don's see any links/ 
> neighbors/topology-/hna-/mid-/entries. just empty tables... same  thing 
> if i look at the status page of the linksys.
> 
> system infos:
> apple powerbook 12" / osx 10.4.3, airport extreme,
> olsrd 0.5.0-pre (from cvs),
> olsrd 0.4.10 from http://www.fernsehsofa.de/olsr/ (this puzzles me:  
> does it actually work for the author or did he just compile it?),
> linksys wrt54gs, freifunk 1.1
> 
> any clues? is it suposed to work on osx or does it just compile? what  
> about earlier versions?
> 
> lorenz
> 
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