[Olsr-users] What is the difference between dyn_gw and dyn_gw_plain
ANDERSON JUNIOR GADO DA SILVA
Mon Apr 7 16:08:21 CEST 2014
hello, thank you for your reports, so far I've tested both plugins but
concegui not make when he loses the route change to another route, even
just restarting the service to make it back to the correct route, I'll redo
the network, because it is small, to see if I can find where I am going
the more, thank you for your experiences.
2014-04-07 9:27 GMT-04:00 Eric Malkowski <(spam-protected)>:
> I have always liked dyn_gw_plain because it allows me to choose whatever
> method I want to decide if the local gateway in a node is "good" or not.
> I setup 2 routing tables (main + table 100 or something) in the linux
> kernel on my setup and then direct my ping requests to multiple internet
> sites I know should be working if the local internet link is good. The
> pings use a source IP such that they go out the 2nd routing table so they
> will hit the local internet connection whether there is a default route in
> the main table or not -- i.e. the extra table 100 has a default route
> always pointing to the local internet connection gateway.
> If I get a response from any of the 5 internet sites I ping, I assume the
> link is good and install a default route in the main linux routing table.
> OLSR will notice this and then advertise the local default route to nodes
> in the mesh. If all 5 sites I ping fail to respond (I have a script that
> does this in about 15 seconds or so) I remove the default route from the
> main table and it allows the node to have it's normal traffic go out some
> other gateway from some other node in the network that has an internet
> Allows for many internet connections. Only problem is if an active
> connection through NAT on the local node goes down and node switches
> gateways, session will have to restart. I don't find that a big deal.
> I like being able to choose multiple things to ping and possible look at
> local link hardware status to decide if a local internet connection is good
> or not. Just being able to ping next hop gateway on your ISP connection
> doesn't imply the internet is working !!!
> I haven't messed with some of the newer features like smart gateway -- not
> sure I totally understand it, but one of these days I will update and try
> some of the new stuff the latest OLSR provides. Not sure if the latest
> version of OLSR with dyn_gw_plain will still work the way I describe
> above... but it probably does.
> Best of luck
> -Eric Malkowski
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> Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 09:24:21 +0200
> From: Saverio Proto <(spam-protected)> <(spam-protected)>
> To: ANDERSON JUNIOR GADO DA SILVA <(spam-protected)> <(spam-protected)>
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> use dyn_gw
> I think the plain plugin was implemented because in the past
> libpthread had some issue with OpenWrt on the broadcom target.
> so a libpthread free Olsrd was needed.
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