Thu Aug 25 08:49:19 CEST 2011
On Aug 24, 2011, at 11:38 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 08:33:47 John Tobias wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> I am in the process of testing more two devices and I have question
>> about how am I going to configure them.
>> Below is my scenario, 4 devices connected to each other. devA has the
>> static routing and connected to internet, devB is linked to devA,
>> devC is linked to devB and devD is linked to devC.
>> devA <------------------- devB <-------------------
>> devC <------------------- devD
>> (connected to Internet) (connected to devA) (connected
>> to devB) (connected to devC)
>> (enable NAT)
>> (Hna4: 0.0.0.0/0)
>> My question is, do I need NAT in devB in order to service devC and do
>> I need NAT too in devC in order to service devD?
> OLSR just use IP forwarding.
> You don't need NAT between OLSR nodes. You might need NAT to use your DSL
> uplink on a mesh network, because your DSL provider gives you only a single
> (IPv4) address.
> So device A will need NAT (not if you are using IPv6 and get a complete /64
> network or more), the rest will not.
> Henning Rogge
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