[Olsr-users] Olsrd cann't ping two-hops node - Nexus7
Fri Oct 18 17:05:07 CEST 2013
Thanks Henning Rogge for your reply ..
Regards the route from node3 to node1, and at the beginning where all the
three tablets are close to, and in-range of, each others, I see the
following in the */proc/net/route* :
when changing the location of the tablets, then the routes change as follow:
accordingly, this mean that the HELLO and TC msgs are exchanged (i.e.: the
number-of-hops was calculated and that node1 is reachable through node2),
you sounded like if the default-values in the .conf file do not do me any
favor and that I have to hard-coded all the default-values myself, is that
On 18 October 2013 13:33, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>wrote:
> On 10/18/2013 02:24 PM, Abubakr Ali wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I have an ad-hoc network that is up-and-running on three tablets (all
> > are Nexus7 that are rooted with CyanogenMod
> > (cm-10.2-20130919-NIGHTLY-grouper)).
> > I downloaded, built, installed and run OLSRd stable version 0.6.6. In
> > the "olsrd.conf" file, I have set:
> > Willingness to 7,
> > TCRedundancy to 2 (as 0 and 1 are not allowed)
> > LinkQualityLevel to 2 (as 1 is not allowed).
> > Note: any other configuration option has not been touched.
> > Now when running OLSRd with debug-level 1, I can see three tables:
> > Links,
> > Neighbors
> > Two-hop Neighbors tables, and my network looks like the following:
> > node1 ----> node2 <---- node3
> > node1 can only see node2,
> > node3 can only see node2
> > node2 see both: node1 and node3
> > (note: The routes-table changes as I change the location of the tablets)
> > However, when trying to *ping node3 (from node1*'s terminal) and monitor
> > the traffic that is coming-and-leaving node2 (from node2 itself using
> > wireshark), I can see that the**ping-request is coming to node2 and see
> > node2 as it is forwarding the request to node3. But *there is no
> > response* from node3 to node2 and node2 to node1. it seems to drop
> > packets and the sent-packets never reach node3.
> > am I missing any configuration that should be set in olsrd.conf ?
> Default configuration would be a nearly empty configuration file, just
> with the interface definition (but without any timings of Hellos/TCs).
> Do you see a route on node 3 for node 1?
> Henning Rogge
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