Hi Mubashir,

Thanks again but its not working when i use "index" as the argument to any
function,
such as cout<<index or get_node_by_address(index). I get an error which
says:

1366: error: no matching function for call to
‘Node::get_node_by_address(<unresolved overloaded function type>)’

ive included god.h in my code. is there something else i need to include?

where is the index variable actually located? im sure its not in the
mobilenode.cc
or node.cc files as node::index etc wont work..

or is there some way to map which mac header address (dh_ra/dh_ta) belongs
to which
 node id?

Awaiting your reply and thanks in advance!

Regards,
Sarthak

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Mubashir Rehmani <mshrehm...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Sarthank
>
> Try to use index here
> get_node_by_address(index)
>
> or simply print index, which is the current node id underconsideration by
> ns2
>
> Rebards
>
>
> On 14 July 2010 01:03, Sarthak Grover <shahifaq...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Mubashir!
>>
>> Thanks for the prompt reply. I really appreciate your help!
>>
>> Could i ask you one more thing if thats ok?
>>
>> Im trying to get the current node being considered by ns using the
>> Node::nodeid() method.
>> For example in the recvCTS() function of mac-802.11, i want to store the
>> received power of
>> the CTS packet in a (nodeid).txt file, where (nodeid) is the current node
>> calling the recvCTS
>> function.
>>
>> Basically for 10 nodes, each node should have a separate recdpower.txt
>> file. For that i need
>> to know what the current node id of the node calling recvCTS() function
>> is...right?
>>
>> But when i used nodeid() command or even
>> get_node_by_address(netif_->node()->nodeid());
>> i still got the mac src and dst addresses as output. For my 10 nodes
>> system i got addresses
>>  as 15, 18, 27 etc.
>>
>> Any idea why that happened instead of giving me the node id (between 0 to
>> 9) as expected?
>>
>> Or am i doing something wrong here?
>>
>> Thanks again for replying and looking forward to your next email.
>> Hope you don't mind me mailing you directly instead of going through the
>> whole ns-users list!
>>
>> Warm regards,
>> Sarthak
>>
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 1:33 AM, Mubashir Rehmani 
>> <mshrehm...@gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Sarthak,
>>>
>>> You can also get the node id like this
>>>
>>> Total number of Nodes: God::instance()->nodes();
>>> Node ID: Node::*nodeid*();
>>>
>>> Don't forget the include God.h
>>>
>>> You can access this node id which is mention in Node.cc File in a C++
>>> file by using
>>>
>>> Node* thisnode = Node::get_node_by_address(n_id); //you can also give
>>> index variable as an argument to this function
>>>
>>> cout<<"Node ID:\t"<<thisnode->*nodeid*()<<endl;
>>>
>>> Regards
>>> Mubashir Husain Rehmani
>>>
>>> On 12 July 2010 21:46, Sarthak Grover <shahifaq...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I'm trying to access node ids through my mac-802_11.cc file as i want to
>>>> implement different mac timers for different nodes.
>>>>
>>>> the src and dst addresses which i get from the headers dh->dh_ta and
>>>> dh_ra
>>>> are MAC addresses.
>>>>
>>>> But what i wanted to access was the node id i provided in my tcl script.
>>>> #by
>>>> set node_($i)
>>>>
>>>> Does anyone know a good way of getting mobile node ids?
>>>>
>>>> (i dont want the pointer to mobilenode but just the id which could be
>>>> output
>>>> as an integer say eg printf("%d\n",nodeid))
>>>>
>>>> i tried using get_node_by_id(netif_->node()->nodeid_) but got an error
>>>> saying this function is out of scope. whereas using node() directly
>>>> gives
>>>> the octet address i think.
>>>>
>>>> also read some other suggestion on using netif_ in the archives but
>>>> couldnt
>>>> understand how to do it.
>>>>
>>>> i guess this is a common doubt so i apologize for its obvious
>>>> "noobness"! if
>>>> anyone has any suggestions please reply.
>>>>
>>>> thanx
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Sarthak
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Mubashir Husain Rehmani
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Mubashir Husain Rehmani
>
>
>


-- 
Sarthak

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