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nc8q
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Double node name: GL iNet USB150

I am getting a double node name displayed on the neighbors of my GL iNet USB150.
dtdlink.NC8Q-USB150.local.mesh / NC8Q-USB150.local.mesh

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example of what neighbort nodes see

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w6bi
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OLSR Cache

Chuck, that's due to a node name change; OLSR is caching both old and new.  Power it off for 20 minutes or so and let the cache decay away.  It should be OK after that.

Orv W6BI

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Not a name change

Hi, Orv:

This occurs after a power off of overnight or up to over a week.
The 'dtdlink' segment seems different than the name change issue.

dtdlink.NC8Q-USB150.local.mesh / NC8Q-USB150.local.mesh

AE6XE
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Possible this is also related

Possible this is also related to https://github.com/aredn/aredn_ar71xx/issues/204 .    OLSR is known to omit a host IP entry on occassion.  This can occur if one of several hostnames for the node are missing from the hosts table olsr maintains.

Joe

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