[Dibbler] Dibbler 0.8.4 Release Candidate 1
dieter.busch at gmail.com
Sat Apr 27 22:04:33 CEST 2013
I have a question on a documetation detail. I am going to deploy dibbler
with cascaded relays (one of them will be an LDRA) and I find the following
5.3.9 Example 9: Cascade 2 relays
This is an advanced con guration. It assumes that client sends data to
relay1, which encapsulates it and forwards it to relay2, which eventually
sends it to the server (after additional encapsulation). It assumes that
rst relay adds interface-id option set to 6011 and second one adds similar
option set to 6021. For details about relays in general and cascade setup
in particular, see section 4.2. Also see section 7.4.4 for corresponding
relays con guration.
As I read the config, I suppose that the client connects to relay2 which
forwards the encap. packet to relay1 which ends up at eth0....
Can you please assist here?
Best regards and a nice holiday,
On 27 April 2013 20:54, Tomasz Mrugalski <thomson at klub.com.pl> wrote:
> Dibbler 0.8.4 Release Candidate 1 has been uploaded to
> There is no major new feature, just a lot of bug fixes.
> In particular, relay support has been rewritten. It is now possible to
> select subnet based on interface-id or value of linkaddr field set by
> the relay. Client classification has been improved and now can be used
> to differentiate between 2 or more classes, e.g. docsis3.0 and eRouter
> in cable networks. Confirm support has been cleaned. Daemon mode no
> longer has issues when reading from socket descriptor 0.
> See CHANGELOG for a complete list of changes.
> If you find bugs, please report them on http://klub.com.pl/bugzilla/.
> If you need help or want to share your thoughts, please post them to
> this mailing list or to dibbler-devel. Please do not contact author
> directly, unless you want to discuss sensitive/confidential topics.
> I'll be on vacation the next week. Do no expect any replies.
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