[Olsr-users] default route is where
Wed May 2 21:06:23 CEST 2012
You don't need the whole "full default", you can just copy the single
line you need. See it as a documentation/example file.
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 9:00 PM, Érico Porto <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Right, got it. Wasn't using default.full but instead another conf file -
> based on another default... Will use those one. I'm on 0.6.2. Thanks
> Érico V. Porto
> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 2:51 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>> If you use a recent OLSRd (0.6.0 or better), have a look at
>> It should contain all options with explanations, including the one you
>> look for:
>> # Specifies the routing Table olsr uses
>> # RtTable is for host routes, RtTableDefault for the route to the default
>> # internet gateway (2 in case of IPv6+NIIT) and RtTableTunnel is for
>> # routes to the ipip tunnels, valid values are 1 to 254
>> # There is a special parameter "auto" (choose default below)
>> # (with smartgw: default is 254/223/224)
>> # (without smartgw: default is 254/254/254, linux main table)
>> # RtTable auto
>> # RtTableDefault auto
>> # RtTableTunnel auto
>> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 7:45 PM, Érico Porto <(spam-protected)>
>> > Hello people,
>> > Some time ago I had some help here from Marcus and Teco, about the
>> > default
>> > gateway for my node and the smart-gateway feature. At the time the
>> > answers I
>> > got here were suffice, so I didn't ask anything further and the
>> > currently
>> > documentation was enough.
>> > I've read in the DD-WRT docs, and is listed there that the default ..
>> > uhm..
>> > default (?) route is maintained in the table 223, and the smart gateway
>> > route is listed in table 224. Is it possible to change those table
>> > numbers?
>> > And a default route from OLSR will always be in one of those tables,
>> > right?
>> > Just to be sure.
>> > Thanks.
>> > Érico V. Porto
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billions of percent in a tiny fraction of a second. Of course, that
was before the present government."
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