Commit f363a02a authored by Juliusz Chroboczek's avatar Juliusz Chroboczek

Manual page updates.

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.BR allow .
.SH EXAMPLES
Let
.B $IPv6
be one of your node's IPv6 addresses, and suppose that
.B eth1
is a wireless interface. You can participate in a Babel mesh network
by simply running
You can participate in a Babel mesh network by simply running
.IP
# babel \-X $IPv6 0 $IPv6 eth1
# babel \-C 'redistribute local' eth1
.PP
where
.B eth1
is your wireless interface.
In order to gateway between multiple interfaces, just list them all on
the command line:
.IP
# babel $IPv6 eth1 eth0 sit1
# babel \-C 'redistribute local' eth1 eth0 sit1
.PP
If you wish to be reachable by all of your IPv6 addresses, just inject
them into the routing domain as zero-cost external routes:
On an access point, you'll probably want to redistribute some external
routes into Babel:
.IP
# babel \-X $otherIPv6 0 $IPv6 eth1
.PP
On an access point, you'll probably want to redistribute some routes
into Babel:
.IP
# babel \-C 'redistribute metric 256' \-X $IPv6 $IPv6 eth1
# babel \\
\-C 'redistribute local' \\
\-C 'redistribute metric 256' \\
eth1
.PP
or
or, if you want to constrain the routes that you redistribute,
.IP
# babel \\
\-C 'redistribute local' \\
\-C 'redistribute proto 11 ip ::/0 le 64 metric 256' \\
\-C 'redistribute proto 11 ip 0.0.0.0/0 le 24 metric 256' \\
\-X $IPv6 $IPv6 eth1
eth1
.PP
.SH WIRED INTERFACES
By default, the daemon optimises traffic on wired interfaces by
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