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On 12/06/15 19:32, Ciaby wrote:
Hello there... it's me again :) I got the image
running, I changed the lime-defaults according to our needs, did
the lime-config/uci commit/reboot steps and everything seems to
work fine. However, I still have some questions: - How to mark a
node as a permanent gateway? Can i set it in lime-defaults or it's
better to just set it in the node-specific lime file?
there's no current way to do that on lime framework :(
so you'd have to do it "openwrt vanilla style"
# bmx6 -c tunIn=INinet4 /network 0.0.0.0/0 /bandwidth 10000000
# uci changes
# uci commit
- Why bmx6 doesn't recognise the other nodes? I
basically left the
batman-adv/bmx6 as it was, batman-adv seems to work fine, but bmx6
doesn't recognise the other nodes.
it should. if bmx6 doesn't find other nodes, nothing works :P
where are you looking at? to determine if it "recognises other nodes"?
- What's the correct way to assign a IPv6 address
space? Does it
have to be public or private? Where do you get your IPv6 blocks
if you have public, native ipv6 from your ISP, then go ahead with
that. Chances are 99% you don't ;) so we use librenet6 tunnels for that.
We use public addresses, currently from guifi.net
2a00:1508::/32), either inside:
or historically inside
but that last prefix is small and kinda deprecated
in the legacy space, we manually assigned networks (since it was small)
in the new space, it's big enough that you can make up two random
bytes and get yourself a /56 without asking, with a small enough
chance of collision.
you're already into this situation, judging by your config :)
then, it's just a matter of setting up a proper tinc tunnel to librenet6
- Can someone have a look at my config? :) I'm
current lime-defaults file to this email. Cheers!
looks great to me
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