Sun Aug 8 13:04:31 CEST 2010
Am Samstag 07 August 2010, 12:43:00 schrieb Juliusz Chroboczek:
> > the OLSR protocol does not even have a field to signal a "non-
> > routable" originator.
> I think what the OP is asking for is an option to avoid installing
> a host route when it is subsumed by an HNA advertised by the same host.
> While this doesn't require any protocol changes, it's tricky to do
> right, since you must make sure that the HNA isn't itself overridden by
> a different HNA with a longer prefix.
Typically such a decission should be made by the host, not by the local node.
OLSRv2 solves this in the current draft by allowing linklocal-IPs as
originators to tell all nodes "this is just an id-string, not a routable
On the other side it might be possible to "compress" the routing table, but
that makes deleting routes more difficult.
I could imagine it should be possible (for IPv6) to add a configuration option
that OLSRd always set up a /64 route towards the originator, but that's more a
hack than a sollution.
1) You can't win.
2) You can't break even.
3) You can't leave the game.
— The Laws of Thermodynamics, summarized
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