Debug Level 2 will list the available gateways. There is no need to
restart BATMAN, it will notice the new gateway available gateways
automatically (the gateways are announced with the BATMAN-packets). One
of the gateways will be selected depending on the configuration at -r.
You might want to read the howto  for further information. :)
Please ask again if your question is not answered there.
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 05:33:31PM -0500, Don Davis wrote:
Simon Wunderlich wrote:
>On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 03:13:17PM -0500, Don Davis wrote:
>>batmand -g 5mb eth1 vlan1 #for gw?
>try "-g 5mbit" instead of "-g 5mb". Seems this wrong option is
Thank you. That did do the trick.
Is the gateway detection for announced gateways?
Is there a script that can probe to see if the router is a gateway and
if so make it available?
I was under the mistaken impression that because I hadn't configured
olsr (nor had I disabled it) that I was not running OLSR. Thanks to
Sven Ola it seems that it was a zero conf olsr. Without specifying
ifconfig eth1:bat 10.0.5.* the batmand eth1 command seemed to work (the
same for batmand -g 5mbit eth1 vlan1) and batmand -c -d 1/2/3/4 show
Is it normal that I have to kill and restart batman for the new gateway
to be noticed?
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