[Olsr-users] Differences between actual OLSRD and RFC3626
Tue Mar 15 14:21:50 CET 2011
The most current OLSR.org etx metric does not use exponential aging
anymore, but the exponential aging one is easier to understand:
- use integer arithmetics instead of floating point calculations
- calculate an ETX value every X seconds
- smooth the value by using an exponential aging (see
On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 14:05, Érico Porto <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Also, is there any paper or some document that explains how "Integer
> arithmetic based ETX metric with exponential aging" works?
> Érico V. Porto
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 9:03 AM, Érico Porto <(spam-protected)>
>> Anymore additions to the initial question: the differences between olsrd
>> and the RFC3626?
>> Érico V. Porto
>> On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 4:38 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>
>>> On Friday 11 March 2011 20:35:40 f campos wrote:
>>> > Henning;
>>> > don´t get me wrong, i´m not talking baddly of olsr;
>>> > just asking usual questions;
>>> No problem with this :)
>>> > cause theory is one thing, but really is another;
>>> > and to make the lnk state on 200 mhz cpu can be heavy;
>>> Yeah, we know... 200 MHz is a typical hardware platform for OLSR.org,
>>> or Babel.
>>> > but i will try to check the Dijkstra implementation;
>>> I would like to see the results of this.
>>> > i will be happy if it works good.
>>> We too. *G*
>>> Henning Rogge
>>> 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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