What is NOA-OLSR ?
It is an implementation of the autoconfiguration algorithm developped
in the Network Engineering Lab
of Prof. Mase at Niigata University, based on the research collaboration
NOA-OLSR stands for "No Overhead Autoconfiguration OLSR":
indeed, NOA-OLSR implements an autoconfiguration for OLSR with no overhead.
The implementation of NOA-OLSR is based on the
The NOA-OLSR protocol is specified in a draft:
OLSR itself is a routing protocol designed for wireless ad-hoc networks,
and being proposed at the MANET working group of the
IETF ; more information on it is available
on the OLSR page
What are its features ?
Current version is compliant with RFC 3626 (the
OLSR routing protocol RFC), and supports both IPv4 and IPv6.
It inherits from the OOLSR implementation features.
In addition it implements the NOA-OLSR draft.
Here is an exciting screenshot.
This software is distributed under the
This work was funded by Strategic Information and Communications R&D
Promotion Programme (ＳＣＯＰＥ), Ministry of Internal
Affairs and Communications, Japan.