I am duplicating Shane Chao's setup with three nodes - the central one
having two radios on different channels - each one on the same channel
as one of the other two nodes.
node 1 node 2 node 3
10.232.0.1 10.232.0.3 10.232.0.2
------ ------ ------
wlan0 <--ch 50--> wlan0
wlan1 <--ch 58-> wlan1
When they are all on the same channel (and the central node is just
using one radio), batman works fine - node 2 relays between the two
(node 1 and node3 can't hear each other due to an obstruction).
However when I get batman to run on both interfaces, I can no longer
talk between node 1 and node 2 at all. In fact even if node 3 is turned
off, just running batmand on both interfaces of node 2 stops it working.
What is wierd is that node 1 can't seem to get its routes organised so
that when it tries to send packets back to node 2, its gets (-d4 log):-
Error - can't send requested ip to client (10.232.0.3): Network is
It can hear packets coming from node 2 just fine. More log:-
Received BATMAN packet via NB: 10.232.0.3, IF: wlan1 10.232.0.1 (from
OG: 10.231.0.3, via old OG: 10.231.0.3, seqno 5126, tq 255, TTL 50, V 5,
[ 5187150] HNA information received (1 HNA network):
[ 5187150] hna: 10.232.0.3/32
[ 5187150] Creating new originator: 10.231.0.3
[ 5187150] updating last_seqno: old 0, new 5126
[ 5187150] Drop packet: OGM via unkown neighbor!
I am not so much looking for someone to help me to debug this, just a
confirmation that multiple interfaces does work OK.
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