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This page has been created to document experimentationsexperimentation's, experimentation with the OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S
[1] routing protocol on the Melbourne Wireless network.

For a generic configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey file to run on your router, please see
OLSRConfig [2]

GATEWAYINGCATERWAULING, GATEWAY, GATEWAYS, GATEWAY'S, STEADYING, STRAYING, GRAYING, GREYING, STAYING, STEWING, SWAYING, GAWAIN, GAINSAYING, GATING, STEWARDING, TWEAKING, GATLING, BETRAYING, GRATIFYING, DECAYING, GALLERYING, CATERING, DELAYING, OUTWEARING, CADDYING, DEEJAYING BETWEEN OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S AND OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S

As of 27th July 2006, OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S is running on NodeGHONode, Bodega, Nodes, Nosegay, Diego, Nought, Node's, Indigo, Undergo, NoDoz, Dodge, Nordic, Deg, Neg, Nod, Nudge, Night, Nodded, Nudged, Togo, Dago, Deco, Doughy, Note, Nude, Rodger, Codger, Dodger, Lodger, Nods, Noriega, Noughts, Nader, Dodgy, Noddy, Noted, Nuder, Nodal, Notes, Nudes, Outgo, Notebook, Nougat, Naught, Note's, Nought's [3]. It is running
in parallel with Quagga/OSPF.

IMPORTANT UPDATE

The gateway method described below seems to cause routing problems on
some nodes. We should discontinue it's use until we can find a
solution. The parts of the text relating to the /17 gatewayingcaterwauling, gateway, gateways, gateway's, steadying, straying, graying, greying, staying, stewing, swaying, Gawain, gainsaying, gating, stewarding, tweaking, Gatling, betraying, gratifying, decaying, gallerying, catering, delaying, outwearing, caddying, deejaying have
been literally "put in a box". The example configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey files have also
been edited to remove the /17 gateway advertisements. But the rest of
the information below is still valid. --DanFlett

The OLSRdOilseed, Ulcered, Elset, Alfred, Insured, Ulster, Aliased, Assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, Altered, Ensured, Allured and QuaggaGaga, Ragga, Quack, Quake, Quaky, Quark, Gag, Quango, Quahog, Quaff, Quaker, Gage, Qua, Haggai, Gauge, Jag, Jug, Quasar, Quash, Quays, Jagger, Jaguar, Quay, Aggi, Aggy, Quad, Raga, Saga, Quacks, Quakes, Quarks, Cage, Kaja, Quay's, Quakier, Juana, Maggi, Maggy, Maiga, Marga, Baggy, Buggy, Fuggy, Guava, Muggy, Quail, Quart, Quasi, Quota, Saggy, Taiga, Cadge, Cagey, Cargo, Judge, Quick, Quirk, Craggy, Quaked, Quark's daemons cannot currenlycurrently, currency, current, greenly exchange routes
satisfactorily, but it is possible to set up routes to make a node
"gateway" between OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S and OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S domains. The specific configurations
can be seen below in the example configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey files.

A node running both Quagga/OSPF and OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S can send out supernetsuper net, super-net, spent, spurned, spinet, superheat, supered, serpent, spender, supernal, sapient, spend, supervened, supine routes
that represent the whole network. By doing this, the node is saying to
other nodes on the network "if you don't have a route for an ipIPA, op, up, pi, Io, imp, I, P, i, p, AP, Kip, Pip, RIP, Rip, VIP, dip, hip, kip, lip, nip, pip, rip, sip, tip, yip, zip, IA, IE, Ia, Ir, PP, WP, ii, pp, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, In, It, JP, KP, LP, MP
address you are trying to reach, send your traffic to me". If a node
running only OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S is trying to reach a node running only OLSR, it can
do so via the OLSR/OSPF gateway node. The reverse is also true.

The entire Melbourne Wireless network is represented by this address
range:

10.10.0.0/16
Another way of writing this is:

10.10.0.0 netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's 255.255.0.0
Both these ranges represent all ipIPA, op, up, pi, Io, imp, I, P, i, p, AP, Kip, Pip, RIP, Rip, VIP, dip, hip, kip, lip, nip, pip, rip, sip, tip, yip, zip, IA, IE, Ia, Ir, PP, WP, ii, pp, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, In, It, JP, KP, LP, MP addresses from 10.10.0.0 to
10.10.255.255.

A node running both OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S and OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S should send out a static route that
says "I have a route to the rest of the network". Routers always
prefer narrow-range routes to wide-range routes, so if a router has a
specific route to a node, it will ignore the gateway routes sent from
the OSPF/OLSR nodes.

Normally, to send a gateway route you'd choose the simplest route -
10.10.0.0/16. However, doing this would interfere with one of the more
interesting features of OLSR.

On an OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S node, one can set up a network interface that has a
netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's the same size as the entire network. This allows direct
communication between neighboring nodes that have not previously
arranged to link to each other. This is called an AdhocADC, Adham, Adj, Idaho, Idahos, Attic, Adhara, Adhere, Educ, OTC, Adage, Idaho's network. In a
metropolitainmetropolitan, metropolis, metropolis's, metropolises community network, this is a handy feature indeed.

In our current OSPF, fictional Node YYYTY, YT, GUY, RUY, BUY, THY, TOY, YOU, CY, DY, FY, HY, KY, LY, MY, NY, RY, YB, BY, YA, YD, YE, YO, YR, BAY, BOY, COY, DAY, DOY, FAY, FEY, GAY, HAY, JAY, JOY, KAY, KEY, LAY, LOY, MAY, RAY, REY, ROY, RWY, SAY, WAY, WYE, WYN, WYO, Y'S, BEY, CAY, FWY, HEY, HWY, NAY, PAY, SHY, SOY, WHY, WRY, YAW, YEA, YER, YEW, YOW has an IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP address of
10.10.243.1 and Node ZZZ has an address of 10.10.255.250. In the
Melbourne Wireless netowork, nodes are given an allocation block
consisting of 14 usable IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP addresses. This is a netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's of /28 or
255.255.255.240.
The allowed ipIPA, op, up, pi, Io, imp, I, P, i, p, AP, Kip, Pip, RIP, Rip, VIP, dip, hip, kip, lip, nip, pip, rip, sip, tip, yip, zip, IA, IE, Ia, Ir, PP, WP, ii, pp, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, In, It, JP, KP, LP, MP ranges for both nodes are as follows:

Node YYYTY, YT, GUY, RUY, BUY, THY, TOY, YOU, CY, DY, FY, HY, KY, LY, MY, NY, RY, YB, BY, YA, YD, YE, YO, YR, BAY, BOY, COY, DAY, DOY, FAY, FEY, GAY, HAY, JAY, JOY, KAY, KEY, LAY, LOY, MAY, RAY, REY, ROY, RWY, SAY, WAY, WYE, WYN, WYO, Y'S, BEY, CAY, FWY, HEY, HWY, NAY, PAY, SHY, SOY, WHY, WRY, YAW, YEA, YER, YEW, YOW
10.10.243.1
to
10.10.243.14

Node ZZZ
10.10.255.241
to
10.10.255.254

Nodes need to keep within their own IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP allocations and not use IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP
addresses outside these ranges unless they have made prior arrangement
with another node or are using automatic-address-assignment protocols
such as DHCP. In our current practice of using narrow nemasks, for
Nodes YYYTY, YT, GUY, RUY, BUY, THY, TOY, YOU, CY, DY, FY, HY, KY, LY, MY, NY, RY, YB, BY, YA, YD, YE, YO, YR, BAY, BOY, COY, DAY, DOY, FAY, FEY, GAY, HAY, JAY, JOY, KAY, KEY, LAY, LOY, MAY, RAY, REY, ROY, RWY, SAY, WAY, WYE, WYN, WYO, Y'S, BEY, CAY, FWY, HEY, HWY, NAY, PAY, SHY, SOY, WHY, WRY, YAW, YEA, YER, YEW, YOW and ZZZ to talk to each other they need to arrange to use
another IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP address from either Node YYYTY, YT, GUY, RUY, BUY, THY, TOY, YOU, CY, DY, FY, HY, KY, LY, MY, NY, RY, YB, BY, YA, YD, YE, YO, YR, BAY, BOY, COY, DAY, DOY, FAY, FEY, GAY, HAY, JAY, JOY, KAY, KEY, LAY, LOY, MAY, RAY, REY, ROY, RWY, SAY, WAY, WYE, WYN, WYO, Y'S, BEY, CAY, FWY, HEY, HWY, NAY, PAY, SHY, SOY, WHY, WRY, YAW, YEA, YER, YEW, YOW or ZZZ'sZea's, Zia's, Zoe's, Zoo's, X's, Zs, Xe's, Zzz, Xi's, Izzy's, Ozzy's, Oz's, Zeus's, Zn's, Zr's, Cy's, Si's, Zeus, Buzz's, Fuzz's, Jazz's, Zoos, Caz's, Fez's, Liz's, Luz's, Roz's, Zak's, Zeb's, Zed's, Zen's, Biz's, Wiz's, Zip's, XS, Saw's, Say's, See's, Sir's, Sue's, Sui's, Sea's, Soh's, Sou's, Soy's, Xes, Xis, SOS, SOs, Sis, Uzis, Zens, Zaps, Zeds, Zips, Zits, Izzy, Ozzy, Sirs, Suzi, Suzy, Sass, Saws, Says, Seas, Sees, Sews, Size, Sous, Sows, Sues, Suss address pool. This is
the problem with using OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S - it needs to be reconfigured each time a
node makes a new local link. And QuaggaGaga, Ragga, Quack, Quake, Quaky, Quark, Gag, Quango, Quahog, Quaff, Quaker, Gage, Qua, Haggai, Gauge, Jag, Jug, Quasar, Quash, Quays, Jagger, Jaguar, Quay, Aggi, Aggy, Quad, Raga, Saga, Quacks, Quakes, Quarks, Cage, Kaja, Quay's, Quakier, Juana, Maggi, Maggy, Maiga, Marga, Baggy, Buggy, Fuggy, Guava, Muggy, Quail, Quart, Quasi, Quota, Saggy, Taiga, Cadge, Cagey, Cargo, Judge, Quick, Quirk, Craggy, Quaked, Quark's does not send routes for nodes
with overlapping netmasksnet masks, net-masks, damasks, masks, tasks, unmasks, damask's, Tomsk's, namesakes, Nemesis, nemeses, nemesis, nutmegs, mask's, nutcases, task's, networks, nutmeg's, desks, musks, tusks, Denmark's, nutcase's, Nebraska's, namesake's, network's, Tomaso's, desk's, musk's, tusk's, Donetsk's - it consideresconsider es, consider-es, considered, considers them to be on the local
link.

But in a wireless adhocADC, Adham, adj, Idaho, Idahos, Attic, attic, Adhara, adhere, educ, OTC, adage, Idaho's network, nodes with overlapping netmasksnet masks, net-masks, damasks, masks, tasks, unmasks, damask's, Tomsk's, namesakes, Nemesis, nemeses, nemesis, nutmegs, mask's, nutcases, task's, networks, nutmeg's, desks, musks, tusks, Denmark's, nutcase's, Nebraska's, namesake's, network's, Tomaso's, desk's, musk's, tusk's, Donetsk's may
not be local to each other - it may take multiple hops for them to
reach each other. 802.11 IBSSIBIS, IBIS'S, INS'S, IBO'S, ABS'S, IBM'S (Adhoc) wireless ethernetEthernet, ether net, ether-net, eternity, Athene, ethane, otherness, Ethan, Thant, event, Ethelind, Athene's, ethane's, Athena, earned nodes do not
relay packets at the ethernetEthernet, ether net, ether-net, eternity, Athene, ethane, otherness, Ethan, Thant, event, Ethelind, Athene's, ethane's, Athena, earned layer, so two nodes that are out of
radio range cannot be considered "link local", even if there is a node
between the both of them. Nodes that are not "link local" cannot
communicate at the the Ethernet layer unless an intermediate nodes or
nodes act as Ethernet bridges. But in this case, we don't want to do
that. To communicate, the two nodes must route their traffic via the
intermediate node(s) at the IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP layer. Management of this process is
done by routing protocol.

In wired Ethernet networks, the general convention is that nodes
within the same IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP subnetsub net, sub-net, subunit, sublet, subset, sunbed, sonnet, subbed, sunned, signet, submit, suborned, subvert, spinet (layer 3) are communicating at the Ethernet
(layer 2) level, and are effectively ignoring their IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP addresses. When
all nodes are link-local to each other, this is indeed the case. They
will be using their MAC addresses to talk to each other, because they
will be aware each other from using ARPAPR, RAP, AP, ATP, EARP, AR, RP, APP, HARP, CARP, TARP, WARP, ADP, ALP, AMP, ASP, ARC, ARA, ARI, ARK, ART, ARV, ARE, ARM, ARR, AR'S broadcasts.

IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP routing can still be used between nodes with overlapping netmasks.
OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S sends out host routes - /32 (or 255.255.255.255) by default. /32
routes have priority over all other routes in a routing table because
they are the most narrow and specific route possible.

A /32 route even has priority over the local network interface
netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's (usually /28 on the Melbourne Wireless network). When an
application wishes to send a packet, it sends it to the IP-stack,
which first consults the routing table. Convention says that if the
destination IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP address falls within the netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's of a local ethenetEthernet, Athene, ethane, Ethan, Thant, event, Athene's, ethane's, Athena
interface, it will use ARPAPR, RAP, AP, ATP, EARP, AR, RP, APP, HARP, CARP, TARP, WARP, ADP, ALP, AMP, ASP, ARC, ARA, ARI, ARK, ART, ARV, ARE, ARM, ARR, AR'S to find the MAC address corresponding to
that IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP address. This is true, except if there is a route in the
routing table that matches the destination IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP with a narrower netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's
than the local interface. If this is the case, instead of sending an
ARPAPR, RAP, AP, ATP, EARP, AR, RP, APP, HARP, CARP, TARP, WARP, ADP, ALP, AMP, ASP, ARC, ARA, ARI, ARK, ART, ARV, ARE, ARM, ARR, AR'S broadcast to find the destination node, the IP-stack follows the
directions of that route table entry. This is a specific instruction
that the destination and the next-hop are NOT the same address.

So a wireless interface can have a very wide /16 netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's and not
interfere with routing.

But if a /16 static gateway route is being propogatedpropagated, propagates, propagate, propitiated, propagator, propounded across the
network by OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S or OLSR, it _will_ cause trouble on a node with a /16
interface netmask. To avoid this problem, we split the static /16
route into two /17 (or netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's 255.255.128.0) routes. They achieve the
same result as a /16, but both /17 routes will always have priority
over any /16 route.

Finally, it is important to remember that an interface with a wide
netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's isn't sending a signal that it "owns" the whole address space,
nor will it cause network problems to other nodes that fall within the
address space. A node that has been allocated a /28 address range by
Melbourne wireless can only use addresses from that range, but that
doesn't mean it can't use a /16 netmasknet mask, net-mask, damask, Tomsk, mask, nets, task, unmask, Netta's, nutmegs, net's, teams, Nebraska, namesake, Nerta's, tams, nutmeg, steams, Denmark, Tamas, Tomas, nutcase, Norma's, network, nutmeats, Artemas, Edams, items, nomads, stems, Nata's, Neda's, Nita's, Tomaso, networks, nutmeg's, Tm's, desk, masc, musk, tusk, Donetsk, Natka's, item's, stem's, Naoma's, Nedda's, Nerte's, Nerti's, Nerty's, Netti's, Netty's, team's, Dem's, Nam's, Toma's, Tam's, tam's, steam's, Noam's, Noemi's, nutmeat's, Edam's, nomad's, Denmark's, network's on it's network interfaces.

NODE GHOGO, HO, GAO, GHQ, GEO, GOO, GPO, WHO, RHO, THO, OHO CONFIGSCON FIGS, CON-FIGS, CONFIDES, CONFINES, CONFIRMS, CONICS, CONFERS, CONFESS, CONFABS, CONFUSE, CONG'S, CONGAS, CONGO'S, CONFORMS, CONFUSES, CONFUTES, CONVERGES, CONVOKES, CONFIGURES, CONIFERS, CONKS, GONGS, CONFUCIUS, CONFIDERS, CONFIGURE, CONCURS, CONCUSS, CONGA'S, CONGERS, CONNIVES, CONVICTS, CONVOYS, CONFAB'S, CONVEX, CONKERS, CONVEYS, KONG'S, GONG'S, CONGER'S, CONIFER'S, CONVOY'S, CONICS'S, CONFIDER'S, CONKER'S

OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S CONFIGCON FIG, CON-FIG, CONG, CONFIDE, CONFINE, CONFIRM, CONIC, CONGO, CONFER, CONFAB, CONGA, CONFORM, CONFUSE, CONFUTE, CONVERGE, CONVOKE, CONFIGURE, CONIFER, KONG, CONJ, CONK, GONG, CONFIDER, CONCUR, CONGER, CONNIVE, CONVICT, CONVOY, CONFERS, CONFESS, CONKER, CONVEX, CONVEY

The vitals:

olsrdoilseed, ulcered, Elset, Alfred, insured, Ulster, aliased, ulster, assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, altered, ensured, allured version
0.4.10

ETXETC, TEX, EXT, ET, TX, EX, ETA, ETD Link Quality Metric
enabled - level 2

httpinfohatpin, hatpins, hatpin's, Hotpoint pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger
enabled, all interfaces, port 1978

nameservicename service, name-service, timeservers, namesakes, Nemesis, nemeses, nemesis, namesake's, timeserver's, Nemesis's pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger
enabled

If you want to run OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S and connect it to GHO, you need to make sure
you're compatible! You must have the LinkQualityLevel [4] set to 2,
and you should be running olsrdoilseed, ulcered, Elset, Alfred, insured, Ulster, aliased, ulster, assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, altered, ensured, allured version 0.4.10. The other settings
aren't so important for compatibility, but you should copy them as
they have been optimised for a community wireless network like ours.

Don't forget to change the Interface paramaterpara mater, para-mater, parameter, parameters, primate, promoter, perimeter, prater, parader, parameter's, palmate, promote, paramour, primates, prompter, primate's to the interfaces on
your box that you want to run OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S on, and you should edit the
NameserviceName service, Name-service, Timeservers, Namesakes, Nemesis, Nemeses, Namesake's, Timeserver's, Nemesis's pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger parameters to match the setup on your node.

For more info, please read the documentation:
OLSRdOilseed, Ulcered, Elset, Alfred, Insured, Ulster, Aliased, Assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, Altered, Ensured, Allured [5]
NameserviceName service, Name-service, Timeservers, Namesakes, Nemesis, Nemeses, Namesake's, Timeserver's, Nemesis's pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger [6]
httpinfohatpin, hatpins, hatpin's, Hotpoint pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger [7]
example olsrd.conf file [8]

For those using FreifunkFrank, Franck, Franky, Forefinger, Freephone, Frankie, Franker, Franco Firmware [9], under the OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S settings
everything should be Enabled except for Hysteresis and DynGWDung, Deng, Dang, Dong, Danger, Dengue, Dyne, Dunc, Dunk, Dungs, Dyna, Ding, Dank, Dink, Tang, Tong, Dynah, Dangs, Dingo, Dingy, Dongs, Dung's, Deng's, Dong's, T'ang [10].

OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S CONFIGCON FIG, CON-FIG, CONG, CONFIDE, CONFINE, CONFIRM, CONIC, CONGO, CONFER, CONFAB, CONGA, CONFORM, CONFUSE, CONFUTE, CONVERGE, CONVOKE, CONFIGURE, CONIFER, KONG, CONJ, CONK, GONG, CONFIDER, CONCUR, CONGER, CONNIVE, CONVICT, CONVOY, CONFERS, CONFESS, CONKER, CONVEX, CONVEY

extra comments by DanFlettDandled, Dangled, Tangled, Donalt, Deflate, Inflate, Snaffled, Conflate, Defiled, Anviled, Tenfold, Donald [11]
/ETC/OLSRD.CONF
The lines you need to edit for your node are highlighted in
GREEN, like this!

#0 = run in background (daemon) #1 or above = output messages with
increasing verbosity DebugLevelDebug Level, Debug-Level, Debacle, Debacles, Deductively, Debacle's, Doubtlessly, Baleful, Doleful, Guileful, Defectively [12] 0 IpVersionInversion, Aversion, Perversion, Invasion, Evasion, Perfusion [13] 4 ClearScreenClear Screen, Clear-Screen, Screen, Firescreen, Silkscreen, Onscreen, Clergymen, Clarine, Corkscrew, Sunscreen, Clearing, Clustering, Corkscrews, Goalscorer, Walgreen, Glycerin, Clayson, Gleason, Clarion, Closure, Goalscoring, Touchscreen, Cloistering, Clustered, Classroom, Pleasuring, Closures, Cloistered, Corkscrew's, Clapeyron, Clergyman, Closure's
[14] yes # Host Network Announcement # - static routes to be
distributed by OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S # add any routes that your router is able to
connect to here # this advertises the routes to the rest of the
network Hna4 { #example for IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP block = 10.10.145.44/28 #netmask must
be in the dotted quad format # 10.10.145.44 255.255.255.240 }
AllowNoIntAnoint, Aliening, Alienist, Alanine, Lenient, Assonant, Alienating, Aliment, Almond, Anent, Allende, Ailment, Illuminant, Alanine's [15] yes UseHysteresisUse Hysteresis, Use-Hysteresis, Hysteresis, Hysteresis's, Seamstresses, Asbestosis, Estruses, Oestruses, Housemistresses [16] no #Everyone MUST set their
LinkQualityLevel [17] to 2! LinkQualityLevel [18] 2 LinkQualityWinSize
[19] 100 PollratePoll rate, Poll-rate, Pollinate, Pillared, Pollute, Palliate, Tolerate, Pollster, Polarity, Pilate, Pirate, Prorate, Pollard, Plate, Prate, Polluter, Polluted, Palate, Polite, Palliated, Prelate, Palmate, Palpate, Placate, Polecat, Pulsate 0.05 TcRedundancyTc Redundancy, Tc-Redundancy, Redundancy, Trendiness, Trenton's, Graduands, Grenadians, Groundings, Tridents, Grenadines, Graduand's, Rotundness, Tarkenton's, Trident's, Grenadine's [20] 2 MprCoverageParegoric [21] 7
LinkQualityFishEye [22] 1 LinkQualityDijkstraLimit [23] 0 5.0 #The
Network Interface(s) that OLSRdOilseed, Ulcered, Elset, Alfred, Insured, Ulster, Aliased, Assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, Altered, Ensured, Allured talks on Interface "vlan0" "vlan1"
"vlan2" "vlan3" "vlan4"{ HelloIntervalHello Interval, Hello-Interval, Interval, Countervail, Lintel, Hollanders, Hollander, Plaintively, Hollander's [24] 5.0 HelloValidityTime [25]
200.0 TcIntervalTc Interval, Tc-Interval, Tercentennial, Sandoval, Tasteful, Tastefully [26] 0.5 TcValidityTime [27] 260.0 MidValidityTime
[28] 100.0 HnaValidityTimeInvalidated, Unvalidated [29] 100.0 } #Runs a tiny webserverweb server, web-server, observer, Webster, observe, whensoever, whosoever, Weber's on port
1978 with OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S route info LoadPluginFloodplain, Ladling, Lodging, Deluging, Plugging, Tarpaulin [30] "olsrd_httpinfo.so.0.1" {
PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's [31] "port" "1978" PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's [32] "Net" "0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0" }
#Announces this node's name and address via OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S messages #it writes
any upstream (i.e. Internet-connected) #DNS servers to
/tmp/resolv.conf #it reads any manually defined entries from
/etc/local.hosts #and it writes any hosts entries to /tmp/hosts.olsr
#/tmp/hosts.olsr is symlinked from /etc/hosts #Other nodes must be
runnningrunning, ruining, ringing, rennin, cunning, dunning, gunning, punning, sunning, raining, reining, urning, rerunning, inning, tuning, grinning, ruing, rinding, rinking, rinsing, rounding, pruning, wringing, tronning, ruling, shunning, renowning, reuniting, randing, ranging, ranking, ranting, rending, renting, runnier, rennin's OLSRdOilseed, Ulcered, Elset, Alfred, Insured, Ulster, Aliased, Assured, Alfreda, Alfredo, Elfreda, Elfrida, Altered, Ensured, Allured with the nameservicename service, name-service, timeservers, namesakes, Nemesis, nemeses, nemesis, namesake's, timeserver's, Nemesis's pluginplug in, plug-in, plugging, plaguing, ploughing, polygon, plunging, plucking, plug, kluging, pluming, plain, plugs, puling, pidgin, lugging, plug's, purging, plunk, Pliny, pulling, splurging, bulging, penguin, pulping, pulsing, pledging, plunking, pillaging, plunge, legion, paging, puking, plan, plunger #to be able to receive
these messages LoadPluginFloodplain, Ladling, Lodging, Deluging, Plugging, Tarpaulin [33] "olsrd_nameservice.so.0.2" { PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's
[34] "name" "nodegho" PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's [35] "add-hosts" "/etc/local.hosts"
PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's [36] "hosts-file" "/tmp/hosts.olsr" PlParamPlayroom, Pram, Plasma, Pilgrim, Program, Pleura, Plural, Priam, Pleurae, Pleural, Laramie, Pellagra, Prim, Prom, Palmyra, Purim, Pleura's [37] "resolv-file"
"/tmp/resolv.conf" }

QuaggaGaga, Ragga, Quack, Quake, Quaky, Quark, Gag, Quango, Quahog, Quaff, Quaker, Gage, Qua, Haggai, Gauge, Jag, Jug, Quasar, Quash, Quays, Jagger, Jaguar, Quay, Aggi, Aggy, Quad, Raga, Saga, Quacks, Quakes, Quarks, Cage, Kaja, Quay's, Quakier, Juana, Maggi, Maggy, Maiga, Marga, Baggy, Buggy, Fuggy, Guava, Muggy, Quail, Quart, Quasi, Quota, Saggy, Taiga, Cadge, Cagey, Cargo, Judge, Quick, Quirk, Craggy, Quaked, Quark's configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey has been removed for now - since we're no longer
gatewayingcaterwauling, gateway, gateways, gateway's, steadying, straying, graying, greying, staying, stewing, swaying, Gawain, gainsaying, gating, stewarding, tweaking, Gatling, betraying, gratifying, decaying, gallerying, catering, delaying, outwearing, caddying, deejaying between OLSROLES, ILSE, OLSEN, OILS, OWLS, ELSE, ILSA, OLSON, ELSA, ELSI, ELSY, USSR, ALSO, OIL'S, OWL'S, OLA'S, OLE'S, AOL'S, AL'S, EL'S and OSPF, the OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey file isn't really
relevant.

Links:
------
[1] http:///www.olsr.org
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OLSRConfig
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGHO
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityLevel
[5]
http://olsrd.cvs.sourceforge.net/*checkout*/olsrd/olsrd-current/README
[6]
http://olsrd.cvs.sourceforge.net/*checkout*/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/nameservice/README
[7]
http://olsrd.cvs.sourceforge.net/*checkout*/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/httpinfo/README_HTTPINFO
[8]
http://olsrd.cvs.sourceforge.net/*checkout*/olsrd/olsrd-current/files/olsrd.conf.default.lq-fisheye
[9] http://freifunk.net/wiki/FreifunkFirmwareEnglish
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DynGW
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DanFlett
[12] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DebugLevel
[13] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IpVersion
[14] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ClearScreen
[15] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AllowNoInt
[16] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?UseHysteresis
[17] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityLevel
[18] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityLevel
[19] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityWinSize
[20] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TcRedundancy
[21] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MprCoverage
[22] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityFishEye
[23] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinkQualityDijkstraLimit
[24] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?HelloInterval
[25] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?HelloValidityTime
[26] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TcInterval
[27] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TcValidityTime
[28] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MidValidityTime
[29] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?HnaValidityTime
[30] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LoadPlugin
[31] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam
[32] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam
[33] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LoadPlugin
[34] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam
[35] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam
[36] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam
[37] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PlParam

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