Using different routing tables with OLSR.org stable

It is now possible to put all routes in a specific routing table. There is an option "RtTable" and "RtTableDefault" in olsrd.conf. This basically serves as the name of a routing table where olsrd should put it's routes that it learned over the network.

The reasoning for that was that while developing, you want to have an easy way to flush all stale routes from a specific routing table ("man ip"). This works in Linux.

Example:
RtTableDefault 100

A more elaborate example:
# Specify the proto tag to be used for routes olsr inserts into kernel
# currently only implemented for linux
# valid values under linux are 1 .. 254
# 1 gets remapped by olsrd to 0 UNSPECIFIED (1 is reserved for ICMP redirects)
# 2 KERNEL routes (not very wise to use)
# 3 BOOT (should in fact not be used by routing daemons)
# 4 STATIC
# 8 .. 15 various routing daemons (gated, zebra, bird, & co)
# (defaults to 0 which gets replaced by an OS-specific default value
# under linux 3 (BOOT) (for backward compatibility)
#
RtProto 0
#
# Specifies the routing Table olsr uses
# RtTable is for host routes, RtTableDefault for the route to the default
# internet gateway (2 in case of IPv6+NIIT) and RtTableTunnel is for
# routes to the ipip tunnels, valid values are 1 to 254
# There is a special parameter "auto" (choose default below)
# (with smartgw: default is 254/223/224)
# (without smartgw: default is 254/254/254, linux main table)
#
# RtTable auto
RtTableDefault auto
# RtTableTunnel auto
#
# Specifies the policy rule priorities for the three routing tables and
# a special rule for smartgateway routing (see README-Olsr-Extensions)
# Priorities can only be set if three different routing tables are set.
# if set the values must obey to condition
# RtTablePriority < RtTableDefaultOlsrPriority
# < RtTableTunnelPriority < RtTableDefaultPriority.
# There are two special parameters, "auto" (choose fitting to SmartGW
# mode) and "none" (do not set policy rule)
# (with smartgw: default is none/32776/32776/32796)
# (without smartgw: default is none/none/none/none)
#
# RtTablePriority auto
# RtTableDefaultOlsrPriority auto
# RtTableTunnelPriority auto
# RtTableDefaultPriority auto