[OLSR-users] Re: Topology Question
Fri Mar 2 13:09:43 CET 2007
Anyone savvy enough to write a plugin to export (similar to the dot
draw plugin) in XML format?
This would be great to XSLT with some nice google maps mashups.
On 2/16/07, Aaron Kaplan <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> hi Soumedra,
> the link below is an adaptation of the olsr dot_draw plugin. We
> just simply colored the links according to ETX values.
> About maintaining the network: well, each participant in the mesh
> maintains it for him/herself. Once the mesh reaches a certain
> density / size, it will almost always find different routes in case
> one node is not maintained properly (i.e. crashes or so)
> best regards,
> On Feb 13, 2007, at 5:58 PM, Soumendra Nanda wrote:
> > Hi
> > http://sandwich.funkfeuer.at/topo/
> > How did you guys generate that above map?
> > Thats a pretty big OLSR setup.
> > How do you guys monitor and manage that network? Do you just rely on
> > manual monitoring and calling up people on the phone or via a message
> > board or email?
> > Thanks
> > Soumendra
> >> Message: 6
> >> Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 10:41:53 +0100
> >> From: Bernd Petrovitsch <(spam-protected)>
> >> Subject: Re: [OLSR-users] Topology question
> >> To: OLSR discussion and development <(spam-protected)>
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> >> On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 16:48 -0500, Soumendra Nanda wrote:
> >> [...]
> >> > This may sound like a real newbie question but is the the topology
> >> Who cares;-)
> >> > returned by the OLSR topology plugin the full link state
> >> topology with
> >> > all links and all nodes listed
> >> > OR
> >> > a partial link state topology: ie a subset of links and a list
> >> of all
> >> > known reachable nodes
> >> It is all the one daemon you asked knows about the topology net.
> >> This maybe the whole net or only a part of it (and the daemon cannot
> >> tell you because he doesn't know).
> >> > Is there an option to tune the topology detail in olsr-0. 4.10?
> >> No. This is mainly because it generates output for graphviz' `dot`
> >> program and that program doesn't support subgraphs (though the dot
> >> file
> >> syntax supports it).
> >> If you know another - better - graph visualization tool (which
> >> runs at
> >> least/also on Unix/Linux), we all are happy to get a plugin for
> >> it. The
> >> topology map of the FunkfFeuer net - http://sandwich.funkfeuer.at/
> >> topo/
> >> - is also pretty messy nowadays.
> >> Bernd
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