Do I have to configure myself the unicast mechanism so as to send RTCP packets only to the sender node (and of course keeping the multicast for RTP packets, so that the sender sends to every receiver node)? I'm asking this because in case of having more receiver nodes I'd want the RTP packets to be sent to all of them.
Also, I couldn't find a working version of either protocol (MAODV,ADMR) for ns 2.34. I think it's been a long time since they have been updated... Fivos.K wrote: > > > > pebbles wrote: >> >> The simple-rtp example uses the "multicast on" option so I'd rather stick >> to a multicast protocol for now. >> >> With ADMR one node can send RTP packets to nodes that belong to one >> multicast group but each one of them >> sends RTCP packets to that node (unicast), while with PUMA the nodes send >> RTCP packets to a multicast group address? >> >> >> > > They are all multicast protocols. Simply MAODV and ADMR allow use of > unicast as well. The RTCP packets should only be sent to the sender and > not to the whole group, so by sending them using a unicast mechanism you > decrease the number of collisions in your setup. > > > -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/RTP-over-wireless-connection-between-two-nodes-tp31407109p31684920.html Sent from the ns-users mailing list archive at Nabble.com.