gives the ipv4 and ipv6 of each node among other things.
To get the IP addresses with the current code you can use the second column of
/tmp/babeld-hosts to get the hostnames and then perform a nslookup to get the IPs.
On June 28, 2021 2:49:26 AM GMT-03:00, amuza <amuza(a)riseup.net> wrote:
Hi! Sorry, I was wrong abobut the bat-hosts
Check the file /tmp/hosts/shared-state-dnsmasq_hosts
On 4/2/21 11:23 AM, amuza wrote:
> Hey SAn, thank you!
> But I don't see IP addresses.
> That command shows me a list of mac addresses and interfaces (I
> they are interfaces).
> What are those interfaces? I would like to learn what each interface
how to distinguish them.
Thous are the interfaces used by the batman-adv protocol.
Is there any other way?
/tmp/hosts/shared-state-dnsmasq_hosts does not always work.
I see neighbor nodes through batctl o and file
/tmp/hosts/shared-state-dnsmasq is empty.