[isf-wifidog] Wifidog + olsr

laurent laurent2b_wlan at yahoo.fr
Ven 5 Mai 09:28:39 EDT 2006

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we had the same problem here in marseille (france)
and for the moment we use the two scripts, call with a crontab in the same time

this is not a good solution but it's work like this
and we don't known how resolve this problem



luffy .D a écrit :
> Hi ,
> Sorry for the late update on my little adhoc network with wifidog i was
> out of internet connection for quite sometime......I tried the olsr
> scripts given in the wifidog.org <http://wifidog.org> page but i get and
> error as i run it :
> "
> 00:14:BF:BA:45:F6   # this is the mac address of the node which i
> connect to which is connecting to the gateway
> iptables v1.3.3: Bad mac address `-p'
> Try `iptables -h' or 'iptables --help' for more information."
> This is when i use the scripts on the documentation site @ wifidog.org
> <http://wifidog.org>. But the original script from wireless London just
> runs fine without any problems.
> The differnect in both as stated in teh documentation page is the use of
> ip route in the wifidog documentation page while the original script
> from Bruce Simpson uses route -n.
> I am not very good at understanding the scripts but i notice that the
> get_neighbors.awk script which is made off the script from wifidog.org
> <http://wifidog.org> is different and does not work as compared to the
> original one atleast this was the case for me.
> Thanks to Wifidog and Wireless London.
> Luffy
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