[OpenWrt-Devel] [ath10k] [batman-adv] Robustness of batman-adv or IBSS/802.11s on ath9k (AR9331 chip)
xbing6 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 22 05:12:42 EDT 2017
On 2017年04月22日 16:55, Russell Senior wrote:
>>>>>> "Xuebing" == Xuebing Wang <xbing6 at gmail.com> writes:
> Xuebing> Hi ath10k community, Does anyone use ath9k driver + 802.11s (or
> Xuebing> IBSS/adhoc) on commercial products?
> Xuebing> Our setup is AR9331 + ath9k driver + OpenWRT 15.05 + batman-adv
> Xuebing> 2016.1 (PKG_RELEASE:=3)
> Xuebing> We are very serious about robustness of running batman-adv on
> Xuebing> AR9331, because we have 20+ commercial sites running, each site
> Xuebing> is with about 20 nodes. - batman-adv + ar9331 work almost
> Xuebing> (well almost) perfectly. - Sometimes, one node drops off the
> Xuebing> mesh, occurrence rate is very low. - For one time, when Node
> Xuebing> drops off the mesh, "rmmod ath9k" then "modprobe ath9k" can get
> Xuebing> both batman-adv (and ibss/adhoc on top of ath9k) recover. This
> Xuebing> seemingly points to that the issue is with ath9k driver
> Xuebing> (ibss/adhoc mode).
> I'm running batman-adv on LEDE-project (r1497) on a TP-Link TP-WDR3600
> with ibss/adhoc + ap on the 2.4GHz radio. This is ath9k, not ath10k.
> Seems to work fine, no problems.
Thanks. By "work fine", do you mean that you have 20+ nodes running for
at least a month without any issues?
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