Has anyone thought about this "problem" recently?
To simplify - 3 routers, 2 adapters each, how do we establish duplex links
between each of those by using batman alone?
Or, 3 routers, 2 adapters each, how do we establish simplex links between each
of those such that one adapter links "upstream" and one "downstream"
Another thing - think of this as quasi-asynchronous
links, i.e. B can talk
to A on both interfaces (call them int1 and int2), but only chooses int1,
and A does the opposite, chooses the other (int2) to talk back to B.
If B has to talk to both A and C at the same time and can see A and C on
both int1 and int2 then it will choose int1 to talk to A and int2 to talk
Maybe it makes sense now....
P.S. or maybe I'm just missing something
From: Predrag Balorda [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 2:42 PM
To: 'The list for a Better Approach To Mobile Ad-hoc Networking'
Subject: Multiple wireless interfaces
Ok. Here is something batman doesn't provision for - dual-interface setup
where you want to create a duplex link (tx on one and rx on another).
Duplex link to one other node is simple (and has to be done manually),
how would we go about creating a duplex link to 2
or more nodes? Or one
simplex link to downstream node and one simplex link to upstream node?
A = B C duplex link (for example I need to talk from B to A fast and I
use both interfaces to talk to A)
A - B - C simplex links (I use one interface to talk to A and one to talk
A = B/B = C duplex links for all links (I talk to both A and C duplex,
> not at the same time of course)
> How do we do this with batman easily and dynamically (without having to
> manually mess around with routing tables etc)?