sanreich at gmx.de
Tue Oct 17 07:35:38 PDT 2006
> Seems you're doing a thorough code review. :-)
more or less, i'm writing a short (german) documentation how inter-bro
communication can be used for mobile WLAN clients - so I have to
understand how it works.
>> - C still floods A,  and  are false and C can't be stopped. (?)
> Yes, you're right. Like Christian, I'd be interested to know whether
> you've run into this problem in practice.
No, it was just an idea while reading the code.
> As Christian also mentioned, shutting connections down is only kind
> of an emergency break, lacking something more sophisticated at the
> moment. However, one of your solutions (I'm tending towards [b])
> might be worth implementing if this turns out to be problematic.
> Thanks for pointing these things out!
What is done in the state synchronization? I tried to figure it out, but
it was too complex.
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