Commit ecda7f61 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Correctly link in the new FAQ entry about "why does my routing daemon

send everything through the control net"
parent 077583fb
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<li> <a href="#TR-6">I wrote a small TCP application to test the
bandwidth of a link/LAN. I do not observe the bandwidth that I
asked for. Why?</a>
<li> <a href="#TR-7">I am running a routing daemon in my topology
but the daemon claims that all my nodes are directly connected! Why?</a>
</ul>
</ul>
......@@ -1474,19 +1476,6 @@
of the tutorial.
</p>
<li><a NAME="TR-3"></a>
<font size='+1'><b>I am running a routing daemon in my topology
but the daemon claims that all my nodes are directly connected!
Why?</b></font>
<p>
The routing daemons are probably talking to each other via the control
net and routing traffic through it since it is the shortest path.
You will need to configure your daemon to ignore the control net interface.
See the
<a href = "tutorial/tutorial.php3#ControlNet">control net section</a>
of the tutorial.
</p>
<li><a NAME="TR-4"></a>
<font size='+1'><b>I set a non-zero packet-loss (or delay) but 'ping'
shows a different packet-loss (or delay). Why?</b></font>
......@@ -1591,4 +1580,19 @@
mini-tutorial"</a> or a basic TCP/IP book for the gory details.
</p>
<li><a NAME="TR-7"></a>
<font size='+1'><b>I am running a routing daemon in my topology
but the daemon claims that all my nodes are directly connected!
Why?</b></font>
<p>
The routing daemons are probably talking to each other via the control
net and routing traffic through it since it is the shortest path.
You will need to configure your daemon to ignore the control net interface.
See the
<a href = "tutorial/tutorial.php3#ControlNet">control net section</a>
of the tutorial.
</p>
</ul>
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