[Olsr-users] Idea for a plugin execution configuration
Tue Mar 18 12:19:35 CET 2014
What you describe sounds a little bit like SSH...
Maybe what you are looking for is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web-based_SSH ?
The reason why I ask is that I know that LOTS of people like to use
the Olsrd codebase to get their own network functionality without
doing everything from scratch... hell, thats the whole reason why I
wrote the oonf-api for my olsrd2 implementation, so people could start
their own daemons without loosing the ability to share the codebase.
On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 12:15 PM, ANDERSON JUNIOR GADO DA SILVA
> Hi, the truth is that I was thinking of making a client interface, which
> would work to set or change the router so that it connects to the net by lan
> or wan, I thought of using shell script, and finally thought to use a
> plugin, so I asked, but after your reply and after examining more calmly
> really not because the charge olsr this work, I will continue with my first
> idea, thanks.
> Anderson Junior
> 2014-03-18 3:20 GMT-04:00 Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>:
>> in theory you could write a plugin like this, but I wonder why this
>> functionality belongs to a routing agent and not a cron-job or a
>> daemon of its own.
>> Henning Rogge
>> On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 8:01 PM, ANDERSON JUNIOR GADO DA SILVA
>> <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>> > Hi, I know it is not the function of olsr but I was wondering if it
>> > would be
>> > possible, the idea is this, a plugin that would make a constant search
>> > from
>> > time to time in a certain way or webservice by the scripts and then
>> > execute
>> > these commands commands could be firewall or interface, or anything,
>> > let's
>> > assume that I want to change the name of the wifi network and this
>> > plugin
>> > only put a script where all devices running oslr consume and apply on
>> > the
>> > device. What did the most esperientes colleagues think? can be a journey
>> > of
>> > my mind feel free to comment.
>> > Att
>> > Anderson Junior
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