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[liberationtech] Setting up an experimental testbed for wireless mesh network

Christian Huldt christian at solvare.se
Thu Oct 15 04:38:57 PDT 2015


You might get better answers on the openwrt mailing list...

However, my 2 cents:
1) you could set up a linux virtual machine on your laptop, or ssh into
one of the nodes
2) between to laptops connected to the mesh? using e.g. vlc?
3) I have to direct you to the test results at http://battlemesh.org or
their mailing list.

On 10/15/2015 01:25 PM, sailashm at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi team,
>
> I am able to configure 3 nodes with BATMAN-adv and they are performing as expected. But I have a few problems which need your help. And also if there are better equipments which I can buy to improve the performance, please let me know. 
> 1) I am unable to run iperf in my windows 10 laptop.
> 2) How can I go for video streaming through this mesh network?
> 3) Are there better open source protocols apart from BATMAN, OLSR, BABEL ? I am trying to use HWMN but unable to do so. Kindly help.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Regards,
> Sailash M
>
>> On 14-Oct-2015, at 11:09 PM, Christian Huldt <christian at solvare.se> wrote:
>>
>> I believe http://battlemesh.org has documentation for babel, batman-adv,
>> bmx6, olsr and a few more
>>
>> Or perhaps it is at https://github.com/battlemesh
>>
>>> Den 2015-10-14 kl. 18:57, skrev Yosem Companys:
>>> From: *Sailash Moirangthem* <sailashm at gmail.com
>>> <mailto:sailashm at gmail.com>>
>>>
>>> I am a student studying Digital Communications in India. I am trying
>>> to set up a wireless mesh network covering the whole campus of our
>>> college.
>>>
>>> I have currently 10 routers (TPLINK WN1043ND) updated with openwrt.
>>>
>>> I have been trying to run the BATMAN-ADV and 802.11s protocols in
>>> these routers, but unable to do so. Once set-up, my objective is to
>>> use it for video-surveillance system.
>>>
>>> The following configuration is what I want:
>>>
>>> Node1: 192.168.99.25
>>>
>>> Node2: 192.168.99.26
>>>
>>> and so on..till Node15
>>>
>>> I have followed the steps in
>>> http://www.radiusdesk.com/technical_discussions/batman_basic
>>> completely, but it still doesn't work.
>>>
>>> Please help. It would be helpful if the configuration files for
>>> setting up mesh with 802.11s (HWMN) can be given.
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