[Olsr-users] olsrd with hidden ssid's?
Fri Mar 7 04:41:10 CET 2008
Maybe I just need sleep. I figured out the mac address filtering, but
apparently I didn't turn off the ssid on the other router. turning it
off and my network is once again invisible to all the nodes.
My setup works fine with the ssid being broadcast. Can anyone else
verify this? or tell me how to make it work with hidden ssid's?
port 698 is being forwarded, I don't think it would work with the ssid's
being turned on otherwise, and yep both nodes are using the same
broadcast address, at least according to ifconfig.
On Thu, 2008-03-06 at 21:09 -0500, Mark Kelly wrote:
> hrmmm, apparently I was just dumb the first time because it works now.
> How about mac address filtering with openwrt? I've put in the mac's
> of the routers I want to be able to communicate and select "allow" for
> them. I can ping the wireless interfaces but nothing seems to be
> propagating across to the wired network. Anyone got any ideas on
> that? This too was working fine before I turned on the mac
> filters :-)
> On Thu, 2008-03-06 at 13:26 +0100, Jens Nachtigall wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, 6. März 2008 02:14 schrieb Mark Kelly:
> > > I've been trying to set up olsrd with hidden ssid's but nodes never seem
> > > to see each other. Am I missing something with this? I'm using
> > > olsr .5.5 on Openwrt with madwifi drivers.
> > This should be working. Things you might want to check:
> > * Run olsrd with --debug and see what's coming in, if nothing comes in, maybe
> > the port 698 is blocked by your firewall.
> > * try tcpdump on the interface to see if they really cannot see each other.
> > * check both nodes use the same broadcast address
> > hth,
> > jens
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