[Olsr-users] Olsrd seems working on Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets but no neighbor is shown
Fri Jan 31 09:11:39 CET 2014
OK, let's try to get it running.
I have GS4A International GT-I9295 (same WiFi chipset as S4, I think).
I run CM 10.2 (Android 4.3.1), custom build.
WiFi in ad hoc is work in progress.
Shall we take offline detail discussions on howto get WiFi in ad hoc, and post results afterwards?
Then, olsrd on working IP interface would be easy. Perhaps I can help you before I have ad hoc mode working.
Op 30 jan. 2014, om 16:27 heeft Abubakr Ali <(spam-protected)> het volgende geschreven:
> I've checked that:
> IP-address on each Samsung-phone is static and correct.
> Netmask on each Samsung-phone is correct
> Gateway IP-address on each Samsung-phone is its interface IP-address
> All Samsung-phones are connected to the same adhoc network (beside additional three Nexus-7 tablets)
> Note that:
> the adhoc network does not require a password
> I have three Nexus-7-tablets run an adhoc network perfectly using the same ".conf" file
> However, I noticed that whenever I create and run an adhoc network from any of the Samsungs:
> each of the other two Samsungs can discover the IBSS and join it.
> each of the three Nexus-7 can discover the IBSS and join it.
> the adhoc-creator-Samsung can only see and ping the Nexus-tablets (I used "Fing" android-app)
> any Nexus can see and ping adhoc-creator-Samsung and the other Nexus-tablets only (I used "Fing" android-app)
> any Samsung already-joined-the-adhoc-network can't be seen by adhoc-creator-Samsung or the Nexus-tablets
> Hence, I can assure you that the network connectivity is fine, at least between the Samsung and the Nexus. So, I took step forward and installed OLSRD on one Samsung (which I used to create an adhoc network). the OLSRD works perfect between the adhoc-creator-Samsung and the three Nexus-7, taking into account that OLSRD didn't show any neighbor in the other two Samsung-phones who, by the way joined the adhoc network (although they can't be pinged)
> My question is why OLSRD does't work between the Samsung-phones ? please help .. I am getting really confused
> Ali, Abubakr
> Research and Development Engineer
> On 29 January 2014 16:27, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Time to grab a notebook with wifi-card and run Wireshark to see what
> is transmitted over the air and what is not.
> I would suggest not running the routing protocol until you have fixed
> the link issue, because it complicated debugging the situation. Check
> for the easy things first (ip addresses, netmasks, wifi passwords)...
> Henning Rogge
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 5:19 PM, Abubakr Ali <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> > Thanks Mr. Henning for your reply ..
> > I've tried pinging between two of these Samsungs but I failed, I am getting
> > "Destination Host Unreachable"...
> > I am also unable to perform the troubleshooting in the link you have send me
> > (as the "iwconfig" doesn't exist in Android).
> > However, from the troubleshooting link, I can see that it has nothing to do
> > with OLSRD and it is a networking issue that CyanogenMod is responsible for.
> > Something is keeping these handsets hidden from each other, but at the same
> > time allowing them to discover the IBSS and connect to it.
> > Thank you
> > Ali, Abubakr
> > Research and Development Engineer
> > On 29 January 2014 15:42, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> can you ping the direct neighbors of the S4 (or can they ping the S4)?
> >> This should be possible without Olsrd running, so you should test this
> >> first.
> >> See http://www.olsr.org/mediawiki/index.php/First_Mesh_Troubleshooting
> >> Henning Rogge
> >> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 3:52 PM, Abubakr Ali <(spam-protected)>
> >> wrote:
> >> > Hi All,
> >> >
> >> > I am running OLSRD on three Samsung Galaxy S4 phones that are running
> >> > CyanogenMod v.10.2.0. After installation, OLSRD seems to be working fine
> >> > (I
> >> > have already tested the same ".conf" file on three Nexus 7 tablets and
> >> > it is
> >> > working perfect - OLSRD over Adhoc network).
> >> >
> >> > Although the Samsungs are connected to the same adhoc network, they
> >> > can't
> >> > not ping or see each other, and the OLSRD table shows that there are no
> >> > neighbors around. what could be the issue ? (knowing that I have already
> >> > change the iptables rules)
> >> >
> >> > Thanks
> >> >
> >> > Ali, Abubakr
> >> > Research and Development Engineer
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
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