Hi Hlabishi and welcome!
As I mentioned above: We are in a redesign phase right
now and welcome
interested to join.
Hmm, what would you think about a voip conference for anyone
interested to join :)? I think there are still quite some open
questions about how a BATMAN V algorithm could look like. And I
wanted to discuss some of the recent experiences in mobile
We could try something like mumble for the chatting, I've setup an
experimental server on open-mesh.org
on its default port.
I'd suggest something like 6pm UTC. If anyone who's interested to
join can't make it at that time, feel free to suggest
another date then. Anyone who thinks this is fine and would like
to attend, please drop a note :).
PS: Some interesting ideas and questions have been raised so far,
I'm looking forward to interesting answers via email already,
module ? All my answers will refer to the kernel
module as this is the place
where most of the development is going on at the moment.
On the second approach we want to use mac layer
stats to estimate the
signal strength and probably the congestion rate of the top N ranked
We acknowledge the fact that usually links with
lower signal strength will
loose more OGM's which results in an automatic low rank, however in a
frequently changing topology, current signal strength is crucial. We plan
to use SNR or RSSI in this case.
The concept is known since a while but nobody has implemented it so far
because its implementation is fairly complex. Do you have an idea how it
should work in the end ?
1. How can i get the RSSI/LQI of th neighbor
I don't get this question. You intend to use RSSI but you don't know how ?
I would really appreciate your opinions and
advices in this regard more
specially how to go about implementing changes in BATMAN protocol.
This is a little abstract. Usually, we discuss specific concepts / ideas in
IRC channel or on the mailing list long before starting to implement them.
past has shown it is often better to let other people dive into your ideas
comment because routing is a rather complex subject.
scenarios in which the current implementation behaves poorly. All routing
protocol changes have to go through this collection of scenarios to estimate
its impact. What do you think about this idea ?