Hello, Dimitris Liarokapis schrieb: > Is it only broadcast traffic that you use?
No, I will use mixed Broadcast and Unicast traffic. Regards, Damian Philipp > On 6/24/09, Damian Philipp <damian.phil...@gmx.net> wrote: >> >> >> Hello, >> >> I am working on a simulation for a newly developed protocol in wireless >> ad-hoc networks. After quite some digging and experimenting I managed to >> find out how to send a Broadcast package >> (http://nuraini.net/2007/09/16/unicast-and-broadcat-packet-on-ns2/ is >> probably the best source). Now that I am able to send broadcast >> packages, I'd also like to be able to receive them. >> >> I found a message sent to this list almost a decade ago: >> http://isi.edu/nsnam/archive/ns-users/webarch/2000/msg02832.html >> >> This explains on how one would have to go about patching ns2 so a >> broadcast packet can be received by something other than the routing >> agent. As this post is 9 years old, this got me wondering: are there >> some specific issues related to broadcast handling, that this has not >> yet been included in the mainline ns2? Or is there actually a better way >> to achieve this? >> >> I also read about a lot of people having problems finding the LL object >> in the C++-Code. I too ran into this issue but found that using the >> "target_" of the agent works just as well. Is using "target_" a valid >> way of broadcasting or is this going to come back and haunt me when I do >> more advanced stuff in my Agent? >> >> Regards, >> Damian Philipp >> >> >> >> >> >