[Olsr-users] ignore whether interface is wireless

Lonnie Nunweiler (spam-protected)
Tue May 2 23:14:10 CEST 2017

I've scoured the manuals and do not see where I can set the interface
type.  I had hoped to simply keep the interfaces but treat them all as

Lonnie Nunweiler
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On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 1:46 PM, Adam Longwill <(spam-protected)>

> Can't you just set the olsr mode for the interface to "ethernet" and that
> takes care of it? By default it's wireless.
> On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 4:43 PM, Lonnie Nunweiler <
> (spam-protected)> wrote:
>> Is it possible to setup olsr to treat a wireless interface as if it were
>> an Ethernet?  All I want is for an easy to gather routing table and NOT
>> worry about wireless quality, etc.
>> I have tried to set  LinkQualityLevel   0 but then it just stops doing
>> everything.
>> What I desire is that if it gets anything into a device it will examine
>> and use that info to see if there should be a route taken from it.
>> Also, I want to be able to have duplicate paths and not end up in a loop.
>> Lonnie Nunweiler
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