Friday, July 20, 2007


Since AP and OLSR appear to be running as expected, I was looking into how to setup store and forward. It appears that the route to take is to try to setup DTN2. After reading RFC4838, I realized that DTN runs on top of the transport layer, which means that OLSR can still do the routing and a DTN daemon on top can handle broken/disconnected links and store the data if a link is not available. I found a few explanations as to how to set it up and I will try to have DTN setup today.

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