Re: [dtn-interest] Bad Clock Vs. Clock rating (0)

Joerg Ott <jo@netlab.tkk.fi> Tue, 10 May 2016 05:19 UTC

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I wo¨ld ask the IBR-DTN folks...

On 10.05.16 01:37, Shyam B wrote:
> Hello All,
>
> Thanks for the evolving community of DTN. I hope someone can help me
> with the questions below:
>
> How to remove time synchronization between nodes on later versions of
> IBRDTN:
> We are using the latest version(s) of IBRDTN on OpenWRT. I read from the
> change log "Version 1.0.1 (2015-02-24)" that BAD CLOCK has been replaced
> by something called clock rating (set to 0).
>
> 1) I would like to know where and how can I set this clock rating to 0
> on a node? Is it to be set in the "ibrdtn.conf" file or somewhere else -
> any specifics will be helpful.
>
> 2) I believe this will need to be set "on each node" and the dtnd daemon
> would read this during its initiation at run-time to bypass any clock
> synchronization needed to receive bundles/ as well as dtnping, am I right?
>
> NOTE: We do not require clock synchronization to keeping our scenarios
> simple. Just need a way to pass bundles between nodes "under any
> circumstance".
>
> Reference:
> https://trac.ibr.cs.tu-bs.de/project-cm-2012-ibrdtn/wiki/changelog
>
> Thanks for your time. Hope someone can help us soon!
>
> --
> Regards,
> Shyam, B
>