[Olsr-users] low signal and dropping default route
L. Aaron Kaplan
Wed Jan 21 23:42:43 CET 2009
short answer from my experience/ my perspective:
you will want to get a better antenna in that case :)
(more directional -> better signal to noise ratio).
IMHO layer 2 should be improved before any other routing layer 3 stuff
On Jan 21, 2009, at 4:56 PM, Derek C wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm adding nodes to a test OLSRd network based in a high density
> I have some nodes that are not working very well. Its because the
> is not great (some pings dropping and association signal in the '80s).
> On these nodes the default route, via OLSRd, keeps coming and going
> not staying up.
> Is there any way to make OLSRd more keen to keep the default route
> up even
> when the signal is not great? It's not a perfect solution I know
> but I
> was able to get around 2Mbps through on a speed test when the default
> route was up and working.
you probably could tweak the interval timers.
> Derek C
> In Ireland
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