Thank you I have not seen it.
But please note again that batman is:
- full mesh (rtsp is "only" tree based) so
- fault tolerant with fast recovery (as rtsp)
The only missing feature in batman is mtu 9000.
Just set up frr and enabled the OpenFabric daemon. The only deviation was that I set up both ipv4 and ipv6 (using this website for the ipv6 example). Working well for ceph at 9000 mtu.
I am using batman as an easy separate isolated corosync network in a Redundant Ring Protocol, so thanks for that.
EDIT: Also changed the log level in /etc/frr/frr.conf to log syslog notifications from log syslog informational as I found the "informational" level too chatty with the very short interval times configured for failover.