Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth Driver
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Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth Driver
Topology Broadcast Based on Reverse-Path Forwarding TBRPF Protocol  In brief, the TBRPF protocol uses the concept of reverse-path forwarding to broadcast each link-state update in the reverse direction along a tree formed by the minimum-hop paths from all routing nodes  14 to the source of the update.
That is, each link-state update is broadcast along the minimum-hop-path tree rooted at the source i. Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth minimum-hop-path trees one tree per source are updated dynamically using the topology and link-state information that are received along the minimum-hop-path trees themselves.
In one embodiment, minimum-hop-path trees are used because they change less frequently than shortest-path trees that are determined based on a metric, such as delay. Other embodiments of the TBRPF protocol can use other types of trees, such as Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth path trees, to practice the principles of the invention.
Based on the information received along the minimum-hop-path trees, each node  18 in the subnet 10 computes a parent node and children nodes, if any, for the Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth tree rooted at each source node src. Each routing node 14 may receive and forward updates originating from a source node src along the minimum-hop-path tree rooted at that source node src.
Each routing Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth 14 in the subnet 10 also engages in neighbor discovery to detect new neighbor nodes and the loss of existing neighbor nodes. Consequently, the routing node 14 may become the source of an update and thus may generate an update message.
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When forwarding data packets to a destination node, each routing node 14 selects the next node on a route to the destination. To communicate according to the TBRPF protocol, each routing node  14 or node i, when referred to generally in the subnet 10 stores the following information: The component c represents the cost associated with the link, and the component sn is Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth serial number for identifying the most recent update affecting link u, v received by the node i.
Optionally, the dissemination of multiple link metrics is attainable by replacing the single cost c with a vector of multiple metrics. For each node u other than node i, the following is maintained: The sequence number is included in the link-state update message. The use of sequence numbers helps achieve reliability despite topology changes, because node i avoids sending another node information that the other Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth already has.
Each node i maintains a counter i. That counter is incremented each time the status of the link changes.
The routing table entry for node u, consisting of the next node on a preferred path to node u. A message containing one or more link-state updates u, v, c, sn. A message informing a neighbor node that the node has selected that neighbor node to be a parent with respect to one or more sources of updates. A message informing a neighbor that it is no longer a parent with respect Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth one or more sources of updates.
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A message sent periodically by each node i for neighbor discovery. A link-level acknowledgment to a unicast Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth. A link-level negative acknowledgment reporting that one or more update messages sent on the broadcast channel were not received. A retransmission, on a unicast channel, of link-state updates belonging to an update message for which a NACK message was received.
A message sent periodically on the broadcast channel when there are no updates Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth be sent on this channel, used to achieve reliable link-level broadcast of update messages based on NACKs. A message sent to a neighbor over a unicast channel, to report that updates originating from one or more sources are now being sent on the unicast channel instead of the broadcast channel.
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The selection of the parent and children neighbor nodes for each potential source node src define a minimum-hop-path tree for that potential source node along which the routing nodes 14 receive and forward link-state updates originating Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth that source node src. Pseudo-code describing the network-level procedures performed by each routing node 14 is in Appendix A. Node i receives step  90 Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth message over a communication link.
The received message can represent a link-state update, the discovery of a new neighbor node, the loss of a neighbor node, a change in the cost of a link to a Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth node, a selection of a new parent neighbor node, or a cancellation of a parent neighbor node. The general procedure followed in response to all of these events, and the specific procedure followed by a node that has just started and has no topology information are described below.
Consider, for example, the case in which node i initially has no topology information. This process continues until node i has computed parent nodes for all sources nodes src in the subnet Instead, each node i computes the minimum-hop paths from each neighbor node nbr to all destinations e.
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Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth Either of these actions ensures that each neighbor node nbr receives the most recent information for each link. For the sake of illustration, assume that node D is the source of an update.
Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth parent for nodes C, G, and H with respect to the source node D is node D; the parent for node F with respect to source node D is node H; the parent for nodes A and B with respect to source node D is node F; the parent for node E is node B; and the parent for node L is node A. Updating the Minimum-Hop-Path Tree  In brief, the TBRPF protocol disseminates link-state updates generated by a source node src along the minimum-hop-path tree rooted at Gateway C-142 WIDCOMM Bluetooth src and dynamically updates the minimum-hop-path tree based on the topology and link-state information received along the minimum-hop-path tree.