Okay so I got #BATMAN working over WiFi and added the correct host routes going over bat0 to get everything working the way it should be (no hotspot NAT caused by default route and I shouldn't have been relying on that machine in either case) so now end to end with two host routes on bat0 on either end - both nodes running batman to have those bat0 interfaces in the first place and then an intermediary node (running on ethernet and wifi) batman node connecting the two
Images and videos are to follow (it will be a lot)
This is the machine setup as the furthest node away form the one viewing the stream (let's call this node C)
Here is node A viewing node C's stream with batman-adv doing ethernet mesh routing/switching towards node C
Photos showing batman-adv neighbours, claim list and the DHT-based ARP
Close-up of the stream being viewed on node A
Node C pinging node A
I then decided to move the node somewhere else (node C)... seeing as we have wifi connectivity! But to where?
Well... take a guess...
Yep! On a tree!
You can see the ping ongoing here still!
Here is a video of this experiment
And a video of the original experiment.
Testing connectivity around the house
And then lastly "LOOK AT THE TOP OF HIS HEAD"
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