[B.A.T.M.A.N.] Re: TTL-Interface specific

Axel Neumann axel at open-mesh.net
Sun Jul 22 20:25:02 UTC 2007


Hello

On Saturday 21 July 2007 16:49, Freifunk Dresden wrote:
> As setting up a TTL per interface and per command line you may extent
done!
can be tested from trunk/batman-experimental revision rv 479  
available from e.g.:
http://downloads.open-mesh.net/batman/development/i386/batmand-exp_0.3-exp-current_i386-gc-elf-32-lsb-dynamic.tgz
or using:
svn co https://dev.open-mesh.net/svn/batman/trunk/batman-experimental

> the interface name like the following examble:
> batmand eth1:32 bbs:2 bbc
however, the ":" is reserved because it is used to differentiate alias 
interfaces from the physical interface name. 
The (optional) syntax is now: /t number-of-ttl to be given behind the 
interface name.  According to your example use:
batmand eth1 /t 32 bbs /t 2 bbc

> which could mean to setup the eth1 with TTL 32, bbs with TTL 2 and bbc
> with the default TTL value.

You can also specify the default TTL value with -t like
batmand -t 60 eth1 /t 32 bbs /t 2 bbc

ciao,
axel



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