[Battlemesh] ipv6 prefix delegation in layer 3 mesh networks

Robert Mader robert.mader at fu-berlin.de
Tue Apr 5 16:41:32 CEST 2016

Hej Henninng,

first of all thanks for being so responsive.
Well yeah, that was maybe a little bit unclear.

The gateways and node0 are routers/mesh nodes.
Node 1 and 2 should rather be called clients.
They're not routers and are connected to node0 for example via wifi.

Between the gateways and node0 could be more mesh nodes, so basically
this is just the smallest kind of multi-homed mesh network.


On 05.04.2016 14:21, Henning Rogge wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 2:09 PM, Robert Mader <robert.mader at fu-berlin.de> wrote:
>> Hej Henning,
>> thanks for the answer, but it's still a little bit unclear for me.
>> The gateways are homenet nodes, as node0 is. They're somehow connected
>> through a babel or olsr network (all of which have to speak hncp I guess?).
>> Node0 pushes prefixes to node1 and node2 via dhcp.
>> My main question is how I can configure gateway 0 and 1 to export the
>> prefixes, and node0 to obtain them.
>> I'm sorry, I just couldn't yet find any complete documentation yet, but
>> your example and this:
>> http://www.homewrt.org/doku.php?id=run-conf
>> If there's any docu where all of this is explained, I would be grateful
>> if you can give me a hint :)
> Okay,
> maybe you should first explain what are gateway 1/2 and node 0/1/2 in
> your graphics...
> are all of them routers? Which of them are mesh nodes?
> Henning
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