Net2 Meeting Notes for 10/15/2010
* 6lowpan/RPL status * MRHOF
* Steve, UCB * JeongGil, JHU * Om, Stanford
Steve: The new blip is in a working state. The PC-side software need some work.
JeongGil: Will start cleaning things up in two weeks.
Steve: Will port the PC-side software from the old blip to the code base in the next couple months.
Om: MRHOF adopted as a ROLL WG document. The document talks about how to find minimum rank routes and apply hysteresis to path selection.
Om: How does the current RPL implementation compute the routes?
JeongGil: It finds routes with small path ETX.
Om: In that case, the implementation already uses something like MRHOF.
JeongGil: Correct, we are doing something similar. Lets look at the document and the code in little more detail to see if the code does what MRHOF draft suggests.