AODV-UU is a routing protocol under investigation by the IETF for use in ad-hoc networks.
Version: 0.9.5AODV-UU (Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector Routing, from Uppsala University) is a routing protocol under investigation by the IETF for use in ad-hoc networks, where both end-users and routers are mobile.
Operating System: Linux
AODV-UU supports IPv6 and multicasting (with the appropriate patch) and is compliant with RFC 3561.
Here are some key features of "AODV UU":
Â· Runs on Linux 2.4.x kernels and in the ns-2 simulator.
Â· Crosscompiling for ARM based devices like the iPAQ and Zaurus is supported.
Â· Complies with RFC3561
Â· Implemented as a user-space daemon and requires NO kernel modifications.
Â· Easy to compile, install and run.
Â· Optional unidirectional link detection and avoidance (not specified in draft).
Â· Multiple network interfaces support.
Â· (Multiple) Gateway support through tunneling.
Â· Linux Kernel (2.4 branch)
Â· Network Simulator 2.26 (optional)
What's New in This Release:
Â· Updates to compile on 2.6.20 and 2.6.22, fixes for cross-compiling for ARM, memory leak fixes, and updates to the NS-2 connection.
Â· Route metrics are now used for deleting routes.