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Old 07-12-2014, 08:59 AM   #1
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OLSR programming


I am using olsr in ns2.34 in ubuntu.
I want to modify file to add some trust rules in the protocol but i am really confused. I want to check if a neighbor address contained in a received TC message, is included in the Neighbor Set of the sender. Acoording to the protocol it will be contained but i will do a modification in order not to be contained but i can't understand where i can find the Neighbor Set of the sender in the file.

Can anyone help me pls?



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