Topology management in rooftop wireless networks by Brown M.

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Given the mesh protocols preference for point to point links it is hard to envisage this limit ever being reached on all interfaces of a node at one time. Currently the mesh protocol automatically allocates a pool of IP addresses to each node based on its node ID. 6 has been constructed. Each node in the network is able to communicate with its immediate neighbours, however it has no idea where to send packets for nodes that are not direct neighbours. Imagine that Node A in the figure has a packet that it wishes to send to Node G.

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