--- En date de : Lun 13.12.10, El hadi Cherkaoui <e_cherka...@yahoo.fr> a 
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De: El hadi Cherkaoui <e_cherka...@yahoo.fr>
Objet: Re: [ns] what does it means ???
À: "Teerawat Issariyakul" <teera...@ece.ubc.ca>
Date: Lundi 13 décembre 2010, 10h15

Thank you for your reply,

Acctually I am traying to debug this error but i don't know why it doesn't 
occur every time :

I am working in a multiface node which contains wifi, umts and wimax nodes.

When the wifi is not detected i have no problem, but when the node is close to 
the BS it generates this error. 

Can you help me ?


El Hadi 

--- En date de : Lun 13.12.10, Teerawat Issariyakul <teera...@ece.ubc.ca> a 
écrit :

De: Teerawat Issariyakul <teera...@ece.ubc.ca>
Objet: Re: [ns] what does it means ???
À: e_cherka...@yahoo.fr, ns-users@ISI.EDU
Date: Lundi 13 décembre 2010, 6h16


The "no-slot" error occurs since
 you did not configure the classifier
properly. In particular, you ask NS2 to send a packet to a non-existing

For more information, please read the following post:


Best Wishes,

Teerawat Issariyakul

On 12/12/2010, "El hadi Cherkaoui" <e_cherka...@yahoo.fr> wrote:

>Dear all ,
>Please ca n someone explain me this error in NS2
>-- Classfier::no-slot{} default handler (tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl) ---
>    _o270: no target for slot 3
>    _o270 type: Classifier/Addr
>content dump:
>classifier _o270
>    0 offset
>    22 shift
>    1023 mask
>    1 slots
>        slot 5: _o271 (Classifier/Addr)
>---------- Finished standard no-slot{} default handler ----------
>I can't find the object _o270 and _o271 so i can't understand where is the 
>I noted that I receive this error only when i have more then 2 mobile nodes.
>Best regards
>El hadi 



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