Also.. could you please use the
email@example.com address for your emails regarding GINI?
This mailing list is read by my students working on GINI.. so they could
chip in with their
thoughts as well.
From: "Muthucumaru Maheswaran" <mahes...@cs.mcgill.ca>
Sent: Friday, May 29, 2009 11:46 AM
To: "Prasad Lodha" <lodha...@student.uwa.edu.au>
Cc: "Muthucumaru Maheswaran" <mahes...@cs.mcgill.ca>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: GINI Ad-hoc protocols support (UWA, Australia)
> Hi Prasad,
> I am delighted to see that you have started working on GINI.
> I can definitely help you. We are working on the GINI interface and a new
> version will be out end of this summer.
> I assume your topology has two machines and a router?
> Where are starting the pings from? One machine to another machine?
> Does the pings work? I mean do you get the reply packets for the ping?
> In GINI, you have two places where you can add your protocols: machines
> and routers. The machines are user-mode Linuxes. Therefore, adding
> to the machines are complicated. The routers are simple devices with about
> 6000 lines
> of C code. What kind of protocols do you have in mind?
> Could you let me know the protocol development plan you have. Then I can
> provide you with better advise.
> In the mean time, I will send you some documentation in a follow up email.
> From: "Prasad Lodha" <lodha...@student.uwa.edu.au>
> Sent: Friday, May 29, 2009 3:52 AM
> To: <mahes...@cs.mcgill.ca>
> Subject: GINI Ad-hoc protocols support (UWA, Australia)
>> Respected Sir,
>> My name is Prasad Lodha (Student ID: 20397725). I am
>> pursuing Master of Computer Science at University of Western Australia.
>> I have started with my thesis this semester. My supervisor is Prof.
>> Chris McDonald. The topic for my thesis is "Implementation of ad-hoc
>> protocols in GINI". My supervisor had attended the seminar of GINI and
>> had a talk with the authors of GINI for the implementation of ad-hoc
>> protocols in GINI.
>> I have installed GINI on my local machine and it works fine.
>> It is a very good piece of software to study computer networks with easy
>> GUI. But the problem is i am not familiar with GINI. When I saw the GINI
>> video and created the same topology and try to use ping command the ping
>> session never finished. So i had to forcefully stop it using Ctrl + Z. I
>> don't no whats wrong ... or is it the installation problem... missing
>> some package... no idea about it. Also, how to write our own protocols,
>> topology files in GINI and how to implement it from scratch. I dont have
>> any documentation of GINI and din't find it on web as well.
>> Please help me to proceed further with GINI as I am a newbie
>> in GINI. If possible please send me useful document to start with GINI
>> (e.g how to write protocols in GINI).
>> Thank you.
>> Prasad Lodha
>> UWA, Australia.
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