[Olsr-users] Inquiry about secure plugin of OLSR
Wed May 11 16:46:01 CEST 2011
I am currently ping to a direct neighbors...
Like you say it seem to reject OLSRd packet... as in the OLSRd routing table
it define the etx to that neighbor as INFINITE
Although it's INFINITE, I'm still able to ping that neighbor IP
I was hoping to implement the secure in a way that under same SSID
I would have 2 different secure network. That devices under network 1 do not
communicate to devices under network 2... As they each have their own secure
Is there any ways to implement the secure plugin that allow me to do so???
On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 10:22 PM, Henning Rogge <
> On Wed May 11 2011 15:34:47 Zack Genesis wrote:
> > Hi
> > Was wanting to understand the implementing of security on OLSR
> > I manage to get the secure plugin work
> DId you had to apply a patch to get it working ?
> > To the extent that, it's able to reject packet with mis-match signature
> > However I'm still able to "ping" despite the secure plugin...
> Do you ping your direct neighbors ?
> OLSRd does only setup kernel routes, it does not check or even touch any
> of user traffic, so the secure plugin will only block incoming OLSR packets
> nodes without the key.
> > Was wondering, what sort of packet does the secure plugin reject?
> > Cause I'm thinking the secure plugin only reject OLSR packet and not the
> > other packet e.g: ICMP
> OLSRd (and the secure plugin) only cares about routing traffic, right.
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