[Olsr-users] Malformed HELLO message?
Thu Feb 25 15:49:22 CET 2010
On Thu February 25 2010 15:44:42 Pavel Boyko wrote:
> Hi, Henning,
> thank you for quick response.
> > Most likely a bug in the "rfc compatible" hello generation. I don't think
> > this code has been tested for years.
> I have added a bug at sourceforge tracker.
The sourceforge bugtracker is not used by the project at the moment. We are
thinking about setting up one on olsr.org.
@Aaron, is the link to the sourceforge bugtracker still on the main page ???
> > If you plan to use a real network, activate the ETX extension.
> Now I'm trying to predict network behavior using simulation and my
> simulator, unfortunately, doesn't support link quality extension.
If your simulator says "it works", don't believe it. ;)
> > You will not get a working network with this settings, not even in
> > simulation (OLSRd does not run well with MPR selection in the 0.5.x
> > branch).
> What do you mean by "not even in simulation" and "doesn't run well"? Am I
> understand right that current OLSRd doesn't work without ETX extension?
OLSRd cannot handle MPR selections because of a problem in the dijkstra
algorithm. You will not get well behaving routes.
Thats why all Freifunk/Funkfeuer networks use "MprCoverage 7" at the moment.
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