[Olsr-users] Multicast trafic over speedest and most reliable link,
Thu May 5 09:03:36 CEST 2016
Thank you for the very fast response. So, now we will consider implementing
our own multicast routing plugin.
Before implementation we need more information about OLSRv2 and OLSR w/ EXT.
Is OLSRv2 has a plugin like BMF, even as a dump flooder ?
As I mentioned at my previous post we have two networks with different
characteristics. We couldn’t find best timeout values for HELLO, TC …
messages. OLSRv1 packets fills all network.
Could you advise us configuration values for following networks for OLSRv1
2 Kbps shared by 10 nodes
4 Kbps shared by 10 nodes
16 Kbps shared by 20 nodes
64 Kbps shared by 20 nodes
Thanks in advance,
On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> both Olsrd and Olsrd2 are unicast routing protocols... BMF is just a
> dumb flooder... olsrd2 contains no multicast forwarding at all.
> You could get all the link metric topology data from olsrd/olsrd2, but
> you would have to do the work yourself (the forwarding).
> Henning Rogge
> On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 2:06 PM, Taner Kurtulus <(spam-protected)>
> > Hi All,
> > We are planning to use OLSRv2 in order to decide best route for multicast
> > trafic. Best route can be described as over links which has highest speed
> > and link quality. Each OLSRv2 deamon will have at least two interface,
> > has large capacity other has long link coverage with low speed.
> > if we first link goes out of coverage, the other link should be selected
> > routes.
> > Is it possible to handle that scenario with OLSRv2 ? Or Do we need to use
> > OLSRv1 with BMF plugin. In that case link seed metric cannot be used :(
> Am I
> > right ?
> > Thanks,
> > Regards,
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