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ampr-ripd is a GNU/Linux C daemon writen by Y02LOJ that listens for AMPRNet [[gateway]] announcements and can update routing tables based on the information it receives.
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ampr-ripd is a GNU/Linux C daemon writen by YO2LOJ that listens for AMPRNet [[gateway]] announcements and can update routing tables based on the information it receives.
  
 
ampr-ripd source code and instructions can be found [http://www.yo2loj.ro/hamprojects/ here].
 
ampr-ripd source code and instructions can be found [http://www.yo2loj.ro/hamprojects/ here].
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* [[ampr-ripd]] has been compiled for the AppliedMicro APM82181 and Atheros 71xx router CPUs
 
* [[ampr-ripd]] has been compiled for the AppliedMicro APM82181 and Atheros 71xx router CPUs
 
* Considering embedded devices such as [[Setting up a gateway on OpenWRT|OpenWrt]], the routing table is relatively small - so the performance or memory consumption of this daemon isn't very critical
 
* Considering embedded devices such as [[Setting up a gateway on OpenWRT|OpenWrt]], the routing table is relatively small - so the performance or memory consumption of this daemon isn't very critical
* new [[Gateway]] operators should compile the source code if the do not have access to an executable copy of this software
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* new [[Gateway]] operators should compile the source code if they do not have access to an executable copy of this software

Latest revision as of 22:42, 28 March 2019

ampr-ripd is a GNU/Linux C daemon writen by YO2LOJ that listens for AMPRNet gateway announcements and can update routing tables based on the information it receives.

ampr-ripd source code and instructions can be found here.

  • ampr-ripd has been compiled for the AppliedMicro APM82181 and Atheros 71xx router CPUs
  • Considering embedded devices such as OpenWrt, the routing table is relatively small - so the performance or memory consumption of this daemon isn't very critical
  • new Gateway operators should compile the source code if they do not have access to an executable copy of this software