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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.
mmhh, the hna announcments are written into another routing table, have you checked that ?
If a node offers a ftp server (portforwarding) I like to offer this "service" via batmand like olsrd. A generic solution would be good to just allow to send user text messages with the OGM.
This is a bad idea in my opinion. A routing protocol has one purpose which is routing, not flooding 99% useless information just because it COULD.
i think the right approch for service discovery is using something like dns for example. dns is very small overheaded, allows great redundancy, works on demand...
using TXT and SRV records, a good dns infrastructure and user frontend, it should be easy to publish services.
here in leipzig we already layed the ground stones for a widespanning, redundant dns network using anycast ips for redundancy.
kindly regards Daniel