[Olsr-users] Testing DLEP plugin without WiFi
Thu Aug 25 00:01:58 CEST 2016
So I am testing your plugins, specifically layer2, layer2info, and
layer2_config. I am secondly confused on what the result of running such
plugins should do - should I see test data in the OONF telnet plugin? May i
have some clarification on which executable I should be running this plugin
on top of (./olsrd2_dlep_static or ./dlep_radio_static)? For reference, my
setup still looks as such (you can disregard the wifi).
Router 1 --(ethernet adapter)-- Radio 1 ---- (wifi & ethernet adapter) ----
Radio 2 ----(ethernet adapter) ---- Router 2
The problem is that I cannot seem to achieve Router 1 *to see *Router 2
through the telnet interface. Through bridging ethernet interfaces, I am
able to see the logical IP addresses I assign through the end nodes'
routing tables, but I do not think this is what I wanted.
802.11s is not supported on all my nodes unfortunately. If anyone has
successfully created a mesh network with Linksys WRT54GL routers, I would
appreciate any help with that as well.
On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 1:24 AM, Anderson Huang <
> I am using a normal PC. I am able to compile and generate all executables
> as you have stated; however, the problem occurs because i am unable to
> follow through on the 802.11s mesh set-up (only one of my nodes has the
> network card capabilities to do this). Therefore, I was resorted to using
> OpenWRT to alleviate this problem. However, I bricked one of my routers
> today trying... I will most likely stick with a normal PC, but it seems
> like I will not be able to test the capabilities of the dlep_radio plugin
> using normal bridging. I will try using the layer 2 generator plugin and
> the layer 2 config plugins and report back to you on those results. Thank
> you for your help, and I will keep you updated.
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 11:01 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 11:13 PM, Anderson Huang <
>> (spam-protected)> wrote:
>>> I am unsure how to run the binaries with the layer-2 generator plugin,
>>> however. I try to run it with the --plugin= option to no avail.
>> You could add the plugin name to the OpenWRT build file...
>> yes, I know its not perfect but the build system of OpenWRT is a
>> headache... so I only have a list of "usual plugins" to be optionally added
>> to OpenWRT by default.
>>> I am trying to experiment with OpenWRT now and am confused as to how
>>> OONF ties in. Am I correct in assuming that the OpenWRT must be running on
>>> a PC, not per se a Linksys WRT54GL router?
>> OONF = Olsr.org Network Framework.
>> Both my Olsrd2 and DLEP implementation are part of OONF.
>> If you are using a normal PC, just forget about OpenWRT and compile the
>> executables yourself, you will find a description how to do this in the
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