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DYMOUM is an implementation of the DYMO (Dynamic Manet On-demand) routing protocol both for Linux kernels and the ns-2 network simulator. The Linux version runs mostly as a userspace daemon which communicates with a small kernel module via netlink sockets.

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  •  25 Jan 2008 13:08

    Release Notes: Sequence numbers stuff has been changed to comply with draft 05. RERRs are only sent when the broken route has been used. Simple link monitoring via HELLO messages was added. Now routes to the previous hop when a RE is received are only set if the S bit is active. DYMO_MAX_NR_INTERFACES is now consistent. A bug in route updates in the Linux version was fixed.


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