On Dienstag 24 Juli 2007, Freifunk Dresden wrote:
I'm currently checking how the HNA is working, but until now I can not
see any HNA on a second node. Firewall is enabled completely for both
nodes and each node sees the other nodes. I call batmand as follow:
Node1: batmand -t 63 -a 188.8.131.52/16 wlan0 bbs /t 2 bbc /t 2
Node2: batmand -t 63 eth1 bbs /t 2 bbc /t 2
But batmand -c -d 4 does not show any HNA messages and no HNA entry is
stored in routing table.
Indeed, seemed something has been missed (sorry for late reply).
Can you try something above rv489
debul-level 3 should show (batmand -c -d 3):
Adding route to 10.20.0.222/32 via 10.20.0.2 (table 65 - eth0:bat)
ip route ls table 65
10.20.0.222 via 10.20.0.2 dev eth0 proto static
Beside of this the Idea to add/delete HNA without
would be good. e.g. batmand -c -a <add-hna>
batmand -c -A <del-hna>
I also like the idea of dynamically changing some parameters but on the other
hand, what are the negative side-effects of restarting a daemon ?
- A client connected to the daemon might temporary loose connection
- Do you know others?
Another Idea of the "-m" is to differenciate this parameter to -M
<"message"> and -m <send-script>. by calling batmand -c -m
batmand can setup stdin/stdou as binary file handle and fill a user-OGM
with binary data that is then send.
Even if such message-flooding ist not implemented I just thought of whether
there exist some standardized formats to announce such services (maybe the
community network markup language CNML idea) ?