is a routing protocol for ad hoc networks designed with mobile wireless
devices in mind. For a quick overview on AODV's basics, check out our
Quick Guide to AODV
page. If you are interested in running a simulation of AODV, NIST
has developed a simulation
Kernel AODV is a loadable kernel module for Linux.
It implements AODV routing between computers equipped with WLAN devices.
Current version: 2.2.2
Problem with undefined symbols should be fixed.
The entire code base has been renovated. I still needed to add in some comments
If you have any questions, concerns or comments please
feel free to contact Luke Klein-Berndt at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linux with Kernel 2.4.
Netfilters. If you don't have it installed you
need to reconfigure your Kernel options and then rebuild the Kernel.
There is a HOWTO
manual on this which maybe helpful.
A networking card is needed. If it is a
wireless card, have it configured in Ad Hoc mode. If you are unsure
on how to do this, look for information on iwconfig and setting up a wireless
network under Linux.
The source files for the Linux kernel you have
installed. They should be located in the /usr/src/linux directory.
Otherwise, you can download them from: http://www.kernel.org
Want more information?
Look at the README files included with Kernel AODV. Everything you
need to get start should be contained in there.
Created: 11/05/01 Updated: 04/15/04
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