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Testing Mailing List

From:
Baldev Singh
Date:
2014-11-13 @ 10:14
My previous mails are not in the mailing list, so it is for testing

Re: [click] Testing Mailing List

From:
Tom Barbette
Date:
2014-11-13 @ 10:16
Hi,

We received your mail twice already ;) The mailing list archive you're
probably looking is probably updated only once a day... No experience on
natting router for me...  Sorry !


*Tom Barbette*

2014-11-13 11:14 GMT+01:00 Baldev Singh <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>:

>
> My previous mails are not in the mailing list, so it is for testing
>

Re: [click] Testing Mailing List

From:
Baldev Singh
Date:
2014-11-14 @ 11:03
Hello all,

Sorry for the trouble, I want to configure click as a router. The 
scenario is

_____________________________________________________________________________

end                    |                 My PC                 |     end
system               |                  |     system
                           |             (click router)               |
                           |                        |
eth1             ->  |         eth0             <-> eth1                 
|   <-  eth0
(192.168.0.10)   |        (192.168.0.1)       (10.20.30.1) |        
(10.20.30.10)

_____________________________________________________________________________


How to get this functionality using click modular router configs?

Thanks in advance
Baldev Singh



On Thursday 13 November 2014 03:46 PM, Tom Barbette wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We received your mail twice already ;) The mailing list archive you're 
> probably looking is probably updated only once a day... No experience 
> on natting router for me...  Sorry !
>
>
> *Tom Barbette*
>
> 2014-11-13 11:14 GMT+01:00 Baldev Singh 
> <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com <mailto:baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>>:
>
>
>     My previous mails are not in the mailing list, so it is for testing
>
>

Re: [click] Testing Mailing List

From:
Antonie Henning
Date:
2014-11-14 @ 12:41
This should help you get 
going: http://www.read.cs.ucla.edu/click/faq#how-do-i-make-a-simple-click-router-configuration
quote:
How do I make a simple Click router configuration?
Edit and run conf/make-ip-conf.pl script to generate a full Click IP router

      From: Baldev Singh <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>
 To: click@librelist.com 
 Sent: Friday, November 14, 2014 1:03 PM
 Subject: Re: [click] Testing Mailing List
   
 Hello all,
 
 Sorry for the trouble, I want to configure click as a router. The scenario is 
 
_____________________________________________________________________________
 
 end                    |                 My PC                          
        |     end 
 system               |                                                   
         |     system
                           |             (click router)                   
       | 
                           |                                             
               |    
 eth1             ->  |         eth0             <->   eth1              
 |   <-  eth0
 (192.168.0.10)   |        (192.168.0.1)       (10.20.30.1)       |       
(10.20.30.10)
 
_____________________________________________________________________________
 
 
 How to get this functionality using click modular router configs?
 
 Thanks in advance
 Baldev Singh
 
 
 
 

On Thursday 13 November 2014 03:46 PM, Tom Barbette wrote:
  
 Hi, 
  We received your mail twice already ;) The mailing list archive you're 
probably looking is probably updated only once a day... No experience on 
natting router for me...  Sorry ! 
  
    Tom Barbette 
     2014-11-13 11:14 GMT+01:00 Baldev Singh <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>:
 

 My previous mails are not in the mailing list, so it is for testing
 
  
   
 
 

  

Re: [click] Testing Mailing List

From:
Baldev Singh
Date:
2014-11-17 @ 06:30
Thanks a lot.
Now , i am able to do routing in the user-space.

But how to use this routing with netmap module. Currently i am working 
on netmap bridge mode, and it is working fine. But i want to support the 
router with the same throughput what we are getting in bridge with netmap.

I am not much comfortable with cpp but i can understand.

Please help me to support click router with netmap.
I compiled the click with netmap support but i don't know how click 
module will grab the packets from the netmap module.

Thanks,
Baldev Singh

On Friday 14 November 2014 06:11 PM, Antonie Henning wrote:
> This should help you get going: 
> 
http://www.read.cs.ucla.edu/click/faq#how-do-i-make-a-simple-click-router-configuration
>
> quote:
>
>
>       How do I make a simple Click router configuration?
>
> Edit and run conf/make-ip-conf.pl script to generate a full Click IP 
> router
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* Baldev Singh <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>
> *To:* click@librelist.com
> *Sent:* Friday, November 14, 2014 1:03 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [click] Testing Mailing List
>
> Hello all,
>
> Sorry for the trouble, I want to configure click as a router. The 
> scenario is
>
> _____________________________________________________________________________
>
> end                    |                 My PC                      
>        |     end
> system               |                              |     system
>                           |             (click router)               
>               |
>                           |                                    |
> eth1             ->  |         eth0 <->   eth1                 |   <-  
> eth0
> (192.168.0.10)   |        (192.168.0.1) (10.20.30.1)       |        
> (10.20.30.10)
>
> _____________________________________________________________________________
>
>
> How to get this functionality using click modular router configs?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Baldev Singh
>
>
>
>
>
> On Thursday 13 November 2014 03:46 PM, Tom Barbette wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> We received your mail twice already ;) The mailing list archive 
>> you're probably looking is probably updated only once a day... No 
>> experience on natting router for me...  Sorry !
>>
>>
>> *Tom Barbette*
>>
>> 2014-11-13 11:14 GMT+01:00 Baldev Singh 
>> <baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com <mailto:baldev.singh@dexceldesigns.com>>:
>>
>>
>>     My previous mails are not in the mailing list, so it is for testing
>>
>>
>
>
>