Ad-hoc Support Library

What is Ad hoc Support Library?
Ad-hoc Support Library provides a simple API to implement on-demand or reactive ad-hoc routing protocols in Linux. It is implemented as a userspace library. No kernel modifications are required.
System Services for Implementing Ad-Hoc Routing: Architecture, Implementation and Experiences [pdf] [html]
Vikas Kawadia, Yongguang Zhang and Binita Gupta.
In MobiSys 2003: The First International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services.
Source code
Download from the project page

CVS web access

For anonymous checkout use the following command (press ENTER if prompted for passwd):
cvs -z3 co -P CVSROOT
System requirements
Ad hoc Support Library uses lots of facilites exclusive to the Linux 2.4 kernel. The following are required for ASL to work. Most Linux distributions like Redhat 8 meet this requirement.
Here is a sample kernel .config file for a 2.4.18 kernel, running on a Compaq Presario 1800T.
Other projects using ASL

Last updated : May 8, 2003.
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