WINDOWS OS OLSR DAEMON DEVELOPED by MOVIQUITY. Developers: Jose Manuel Lopez Alberto Martinez Francisco Abril Contributors: Daniel Rodriguez Pages Victor Gras Jesus Javier Rodriguez Testers: Daniel Rodriguez Pages Workpad Team The project Windows Mobile OLSR Demon created by the Moviquity company and based on studies funded within the European project Workpad, offers a free code under license GPL v3 with which any developer will be able to deploy a MANET (AD-HOC Network, Meshnet) with protocol OLSR. The project has been developed for Windows Mobile 6, Windows XP and can be adapted to other platforms that have the NET Framework or Compact Framework with some restrictions. The project developed completely by Moviquity in C# is mostly compatible with the olsr.org project . The initial project is shaped by a beta version for daemon OLSR libraries and a beta version of an emulator OLSR. Like free code, it is open to modifications that will be welcomes for the continuity of the project. -------------- INSTALLATION ------------------------ In order to use this SW in your PC you will need some requirements: 1. Create a new project for Windows and import all the source code. 2. This version offers the option to execute the aplication in english language or italian, in order to use this option is necessary to copy Languaje.xml file in the project folder. 3. In order to test the SW correctly you must to establish and ADHOC WIFI NETWORK with at least 3 nodes. 4. Choose the IP network Interface that you want to use with the OLSR protocol. 5. To start application in test mode, is necessary a "blockedIPs.txt" file in application directory. In this file you must add the IP address of the nodes that are ignored. If you add more than one IP address in this file you should to separate by comma "," Check the Test Mode item in the application before start the program. 6. You can change the OLSR intervals if you are familiar with the RFC and you are testing some different behaviors ************ PROVIDE YOUR COMMENTS OR DUDES TO firstname.lastname@example.org or post in the forums.