On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 2:05 PM, Outback Dingo<outbackdingo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Would the plan be to use broadcom based gear again in the tests, or is it
possible atheros hardware is going to be included? Ive been having an
internal discussion here with a partner, we would like to know how many
nodes will be tested and if atheros will be part of the test bed?
I personally have 10 foneras, so yes Atheros will be tested.
I am preparing a permanent outdoor testbed with 5 sites with 2 radios
each. One of the goal is to test if each routing protocol can add a
routing cost to hop over the same radio interface.
Hopping over the same radio interface should be costly:
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