[OLSR-users] Securing the OLSR interface
Mon May 22 15:11:52 CEST 2006
Sven-Ola Tuecke schrieb:
> security can be achived by end-to-end encryption. If someone else in
> your neighbourhood manage to connect to the ad-hoc network _and_ is able
> to setup the olsrd routing: Make an invitation party - your network is
> growing. More coverage. Larger range. This kind of "automatic" growth we
> are normally looking for ;-)
> So forget about securing wifi. Secure your resources instead. Use
> firewall rules (as on the internet) for your private net and do some
> authentication for securing your resources, e.g. an inet gw or your
> private ftp.
i think that the growing network is the big feature of olsrd meshing.
But if you setup an olsrd thats announced an Inet connection, without
an an really one - you got an black hole, isn´t?
I don´t test this szenario, maybe i can discard so a misconfigured
node with the olsr filter?
MfG / Regards
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