Wbm2009v2/TestScenarios

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[edit] Test 0: Bitrate fixing in Adhoc

  • test with one or more foneras to fix the bitrate at 54MBPS to see where the node dissassociate from each other.
  • Iperf and ping recommended

[edit] Test 1: Interference in 2.4Ghz

  • Use 4 mobile foneras over 2 bridges (use plastic bags for the rain), 2 on channel 1 and 2 on channel 14.
  • Generate some continuous traffic with iperf to see if the transfer is being perturbated by the nodes emitting on the other channel.
  • Log the results of iperf somewhere on the jffs2 flash
  • Try to use a long cable (more then 5 meters) to see if the distance between the nodes plays a role
  • Try with channel 1 throughput alone, then power up the other 2 nodes on channel 14 to see if there is interference
  • Try with difference distances (1m, 2m, 5m, 10m, or more)

[edit] Test 2: Dual channel in 2.4Ghz

  • Use 8 foneras over 4 bridges (use plastic bags for the rain), 4 on channel 1 and 4 on channel 14.
  • Generate some continuous traffic with iperf to see if the transfer is being perturbated by the nodes emitting on the other channel.
  • Log the results of iperf somewhere on the jffs2 flash
  • Try to use a long cable (more then 5 meters) to see if the distance between the nodes plays a role
  • Try with channel 1 throughput alone, then power up the other 2 nodes on channel 14 to see if there is interference
  • Try with difference distances (1m, 2m, 5m, 10m, or more)
  • Use babel version of WBMv1
  • Use experimental patches for BATMAN (Marek?)
  • Need infos from wprobe about modulation
  • iwlist interface + iwlist peers?

[edit] Test 3: Dual channel in 2.4Ghz+5ghz

  • Same test as before, but with half of the nodes in 5ghz
  • Use 8 foneras over 4 bridges (use plastic bags for the rain), 4 on channel 1 and 4 on channel 14.
  • Generate some continuous traffic with iperf to see if the transfer is being perturbated by the nodes emitting on the other channel.
  • Log the results of iperf somewhere on the jffs2 flash
  • Try to use a long cable (more then 5 meters) to see if the distance between the nodes plays a role
  • Try with channel 1 throughput alone, then power up the other 2 nodes on channel 14 to see if there is interference
  • Try with difference distances (1m, 2m, 5m, 10m, or more)
  • Use babel version of WBMv1
  • Use experimental patches for BATMAN (Marek?)
  • Need infos from wprobe about modulation
  • iwlist interface + iwlist peers?