Batctl tg - fragen zu transglobal (batman-adv)

also, manchmal muss man Dinge genau wissen, meine konkrete Frage hier
was bedeutet das Sternchen bzw. das plus Zeichen zu Beginn der Ausgbabe.

Klar kenn ich batctl Man (Link - oder man batctl auf der Linux maschine deines Vertrauens)
oder auch das Meshwiki (link-home)

mal eine Beispielausgabe

# batctl tg
Globally announced TT entries received via the mesh bat0
       Client        (TTVN)       Originator      (Curr TTVN) (CRC   ) Flags
 * 14:a3:ff:ff:ff:72  ( 87) via 62:e4:28:53:0e:5e     (177)   (0x143d) [.W.]
 * 60:e3:ff:ff:ff:2e  (  1) via 62:e7:27:5a:2c:2e     (165)   (0x47e3) [...]
...
 + 14:b4:ff:ff:ff:5f  ( 93) via 62:e7:27:a1:7d:c0     (153)   [.W.]
 + 3c:bb:ff:ff:ff:49  (  0) via 62:e7:27:a1:7d:c0     (153)   [.W.]
 + e0:db:ff:ff:ff:07  ( 71) via 62:e7:27:ee:05:a8     ( 73)   [.W.]
...

der klarheit halber der aufbau

<prefix> <client> <ttvn> via <originator> <curr ttvn> <crc> <Flags>
  1. was genau bedeutet das Prefix + oder *
  2. welche Flags mit welcher bedeutung gibt es
    das W steht für Wireless bspw.
  3. von was genau isn der crc wert
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dort sind zumindest Frage 1+2 beschrieben

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merci … top link !
ich kopier hier trotzdem die Antworten her die der batman-adv Wiki Link hergibt
Flags

The current translation table state is represented by the tt version number and the local tt crc that are propagated in the mesh.
In particular, RPNXW are flags which bear the following meanings:

    R/Roaming: this client moved to another node but it is still kept for consistency reasons until the next OGM is sent.
    P/noPurge: this client represents the local soft interface and will never be deleted.
    N/New: this client has recently been added but is not advertised in the mesh until the next OGM is sent (for consistency reasons).
    X/delete: this client has to be removed for some reason, but it is still kept for consistency reasons until the next OGM is sent.
    W/Wireless: this client is connected to the node through a wireless device.

. * / +

Since the introduction of the Bridge Loop Avoidance 2, each client can be reached through multiple
originators and therefore it is possible to have the same client appearing more than one in the list. In this 
case, there will be one line starting with '*' indicating the default entry to be used to route traffic towards this 
client and some (zero or more) entries starting with '+' indicating other possible routes. The line related to 
"possible routes" do not have a CRC value.
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