[Olsr-users] Doubts about Willingness, MPR Selection and Routing.
Mon Feb 4 15:02:25 CET 2013
So this are the options you recommend to work with right?
If I put these variables (which are, in theory, the default and most
The olsrd v1 should not work properly?
On the other hand, I would like to know if your are planning to implement
the willingness as another parameter to have in account when you are doing
the MPR selection algorithm in olsrd v2.
Router 1 has a willingness parameter of 2.
Router 2 has a willingness parameter of 6.
So, if both routers are in the same place and have the same ETX with all
their neighbours, the olsrd v2 MPR selection algorithm should prefer to
select Router 2 as an MPR.
It's your olsrd v2 going to work like this example or you are not taking
into account the Willingness?
2013/2/4 Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>
> On 02/04/2013 02:43 PM, Alex López wrote:
>> You say that I should left ETX active and turn off the MPRs but in the
>> options available for OLSRd, the only option I see is the Link Quality
>> option 0 or 2. If I select the option 2, the ETX is active, but it says
>> that it will use ETX to calculate the MPR and the routing, so I don't
>> know how to specify disable the MPRs.
>> However, aren't MPRs the core of OLSR protocol? In theory, the MPRs are
>> done to minimize the flooding of control messages in the mesh network,
>> so, if you are not working with them, how is the Olsrd v1 working? Is
>> all the traffic going broadcast to all the neighbours instead of going
>> only to the MPRs?
> There is an option to specify the "redundancy" of the MPR calculation...
> the default in Olsrd is "7" for this.
> TcRedundancy 2
> MprCoverage 7
> switch of the MPR feature in practice by selecting everyone as an MPR and
> sending every neighbor in the TCs.
> Henning Rogge
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