AODV-UU (Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector Routing, from Uppsala University) is a routing protocol under investigation by the IETF for use in ad-hoc networks, where both end-users and routers are mobile.
AODV-UU supports IPv6 and multicasting (with the appropriate patch) and is compliant with RFC 3561.
Here are some key features of "AODV UU":
┬· Runs on Linux 2.4.x kernels and in the ns-2 simulator.
┬· Crosscompiling for ARM based devices like the iPAQ and Zaurus is supported.
┬· Complies with RFC3561
┬· Implemented as a user-space daemon and requires NO kernel modifications.
┬· Easy to compile, install and run.
┬· Optional unidirectional link detection and avoidance (not specified in draft).
┬· Multiple network interfaces support.
┬· (Multiple) Gateway support through tunneling.
┬· Linux Kernel (2.4 branch)
┬· Network Simulator 2.26 (optional)
What's New in This Release:
┬· Updates to compile on 2.6.20 and 2.6.22, fixes for cross-compiling for ARM, memory leak fixes, and updates to the NS-2 connection.
┬· Route metrics are now used for deleting routes.