Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of HowTo/UsingAODV/AODVonORBIT


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Sep 19, 2007, 5:26:27 PM (13 years ago)
Author:
Gautam D. Bhanage
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updated image name and added information for olsr.

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  • HowTo/UsingAODV/AODVonORBIT

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    1  = AODV on ORBIT =
     1 = AODV/OLSR on ORBIT =
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    33The aim of this effort is to run the AODV routing protocol for an Ad-hoc network of arbitrary topology on ORBIT. The topology of the Ad-hoc network can be provided by the experimenter or one can use from a set of available topologies.
     
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    77 === Initial installation ===
    8 The nodes to be used in the network must be imaged with __tmp/node-7-7-2006-09-20-01-44-36.ndz__. This image has AODV-UU-0.9.1 installed. It also contains the mackill module. This module is used to emulate an Ad-hoc network by supressing packets from desired nodes. This image also contains the modified madwifi-0.9.2 driver with the BSSID problem solved.
     8The nodes to be used in the network must be imaged with __adhoc_0.1.ndz__. This image has AODV-UU-0.9.1 installed. It also contains the mackill module. This module is used to emulate an Ad-hoc network by supressing packets from desired nodes. This image also contains the modified madwifi-0.9.2 driver with the BSSID problem solved.
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    1010{{{
    11 imageNodes <node list> tmp/node-7-7-2006-09-20-01-44-36.ndz
     11imageNodes <node list> adhoc_0.1.ndz
    1212}}}
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    3535The ''-l'' option enables logging of all events to /var/net/aodvd.log and ''-r'' enables logging of the routing tables to /var/net/aodvd.rtlog.
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     37 === Running OLSR ===
     38Easiest way of running OLSR is by executing:
     39{{{
     40olsrd
     41}}}
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     43on the nodes.
    3744 === Network tests ===
    3845To use AODV to run experiments on ORBIT: