[OLSR-users] Mobile node(s) in dead spot
Tue Jun 6 06:05:15 CEST 2006
My embedded computer wants to send GPS data every 10 secs.
But I dont want to store them in my application memory and keep retrying until the radio
establishes the connection with the gateway.
I want to configure the MANET so that it can buffer the data
locally and forward them. The gateway may not be visible directly therefore
the radios should be able to do multihopping-buffering-forwarding etc.
Data transmission in real time is not necessary, but if the gateway is in sight
then it should happen in real time.
Can olsr be configured to be used in above manner?
Any pointers would be of great help.
Also, is there any place(link to sites) where i can find USB-wifi compatible with linux running on Xscale processor?
On Mon, 2006-06-05 at 00:33 -0500, asutosh gopinath wrote:
> Is is possible for B to carry data of A when it is close to A and
> pass them on to C when it is on the way to C? B also needs to
> send its own data to C.
No. olsr is a routing protocol that handles how trafic passes betweene
two nodes i (more or less) realtime.
What you need is a system that makes some sort of store and forward.
What data do you need to transmit?
> I have a linux embedded computer and want to make a MANET out of
> it using USB Wifi adapter. Does OLSR accept USB Wlan devices?
olsr don't care what sort of devices you use. If our computer can speak
with the device olsr also can.
pcu-wifi, usb-wifi, serial, wired-ethernet, laser-light or (in theory)
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