[MLB-WIRELESS] Node JYK - Operational
Andrew van Slageren
andrewvsm at yahoo.com.au
Sat Nov 21 23:22:27 AEDT 2015
The authoritative nameservers for mw.org.au (ns.unico.com.au) will
give you the n.n.n.n.NODE.mw.org.au reverses, with NODE being the node
ID owning the subnet the IP is allocated from.
The nicer reverses for the first four hops in that trace are courtesy of
a couple of hacky scripts I run on my local box, which scan the network
for devices that respond to SNMP, then jam entries into /etc/hosts based
on SNMP hostnames :)
On 21/11/2015 6:29 PM, Richard Edwards wrote:
> Thanks Andrew,
> Yes what you are showing probably explains why I see the route table
> (apx high 100's of routes) for some time and then it drops back down to
> just that from KMT and JYK.
> BTW what DNS server are you using to get those name resolutions?
> On Sat, 21 Nov 2015, at 05:23 PM, Andrew van Slageren wrote:
>> Hi Richard,
>> I can hit you from node KFI (Geelong also), but looks like there is a
>> fair bit of packet loss between (I'm guessing) JEE and JOH on 2.4ghz:
>> andrew at bawt:~$ mtr --report 10.10.65.194
>> Start: Sat Nov 21 17:11:45 2015
>> HOST: bawt Loss% Snt Last Avg Best Wrst
>> 1.|-- kfi-rb.melbournewireless. 0.0% 10 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.4
>> 2.|-- khi-powerbox.melbournewir 0.0% 10 2.6 2.6 1.6 4.3
>> 3.|-- jee-rb-1.melbournewireles 0.0% 10 4.5 4.9 3.0 9.3
>> 4.|-- jee-rb-2.melbournewireles 0.0% 10 4.9 5.2 3.8 7.9
>> 5.|-- 10.5.5.5 10.0% 10 22.2 21.1 12.5 35.8
>> 6.|-- 10.10.65.3.JEE.mw.org.au 20.0% 10 10.8 19.1 10.8 42.4
>> 7.|-- 10.10.66.94.KMT.mw.org.au 20.0% 10 31.9 31.2 23.0 57.4
>> 8.|-- 10.10.65.194.JYK.mw.org.a 30.0% 10 17.0 39.9 17.0 130.4
>> While the 2.4gig waveguide at JEE blasts out a fair way, performance is
>> very limited due to the amount of noise it picks up, as well as hidden
>> node issues with lack of TDMA (such as Airmax or nstreme/NV2).
>> Also if you're seeing over 200 OSPF routes in your routing table, that
>> means the Geelong<>Melbourne connectivity should be working :)
>> On 20/11/2015 4:27 PM, Richard Edwards wrote:
>>> Hi Folks
>>> My node has been up and down over the last few years. Finally got some
>>> time to put it together in a more robust and perm fashion.
>>> I would be interested if people can see me all the way down here in
>>> Looks like I have a decent OSPF route table on my main router now so
>>> fingers crossed.
>>> My subnet its Network 10.10.65.192/28 let me know if you can't see it in
>>> your route table.
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