[Olsr-users] Why BMF is forwarding the multicast packetsas unicast?
Wed Oct 24 22:02:59 CEST 2007
I think your problem is different.
Does a ping to 220.127.116.11 work at all in your network? Just connect all
the nodes to one network, via an (Ethernet) hub or switch (without using
then ping 18.104.22.168 . You should receive a response from all the connected
If you do not receive a response from all connected nodes, then there is a
problem outside of OLSR-BMF. Perhaps firewall settings, blocking ICMP
[mailto:(spam-protected)] Namens JAVIER ARAGON DEL CAZ
Verzonden: woensdag 24 oktober 2007 9:04
Onderwerp: Re: [Olsr-users] Why BMF is forwarding the multicast packetsas
I have a similar problem, i have post it just before you!
My problem is that i make a ping how is said at the readme file, but it
my quetion is ¿Does Multicast work in an Ad-hoc network with olsr?
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Fecha: Martes, Octubre 23, 2007 7:05 pm
Asunto: [Olsr-users] Why BMF is forwarding the multicast packets as
Para: olsr-users <(spam-protected)>
> The scenario consists of two nodes working in ad-hoc mode with each
> node running olsr v-0.5.3 and BMf plugin 1.5.1. In my case, If Node A
> generates the multicast traffic with MGEN then instead of receiving
> the multicast packtes the Node B receives the unicast packtes and it
> ackknowledges the individual packtes as well. I am using 22.214.171.124 as
> the multicast address.
> This behavior has been observed by capturing the packets on Node B
> using WireShark and even by sniffing the 802.11 traffic and each
> packet has its src.addr [Node A] and dest.adr [Node B] --> not
> Ok, the same is true if the ad hoc network consist of three nodes with
> olsr-bmf running.
> I have the following lines for the OLSR-BMF,
> LoadPlugin "olsrd_bmf.so.1.5"
> PlParam "BmfInterface" "bmf0"
> PlParam "CapturePacketsOnOOlsrInterfaces" "yes"
> Curious to know the reason.
> Best wishes,
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