Hullo Bipul, Your request is not specific at all, so it's kind of hard to help you.
But to get you started, for your TCP/IP simulations, you can use NS2. There's McGreis Tutorial on the link below. http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/tutorial/ It will get you started straight from the basics, with appropriate (and very good) examples, whenever necessary. Check it out and see if it'll be of any help. Kind regards, Nicholas Mbonimpa On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 6:47 AM, Bipul Kumar <bi...@vpolink.com> wrote: > Hellow nicholas mbonimpa and Erik > > i am also looking for help for TCP/IP network simulation on my ubuntu Linux > Kindly suggest me some Basic and Fundamental concept for it, Thank you :) > > You'r Truly > Bipul kumar > > > On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 11:18 AM, nicholas mbonimpa > <nmboni...@gmail.com>wrote: > >> >> Hullo Erik, >> >> Check out this link and see if it will get you started. >> >> http://www.netmode.ntua.gr/~dbelen/SaTPEP/ >> >> There's SaTPEP, a connection splitting technique for TCP performance >> enhancement in satellite networks. >> >> It employs an interesting acknowledgement and recovery mechanism, just >> like >> any other TCP connection splitting technique. >> >> You could do some reading about it before giving it a try. >> >> I hope this will be of help. >> >> Kind regards, >> >> Nicholas Mbonimpa >> >> On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 5:24 AM, Erik Chavez <erikchavez...@gmail.com >> >wrote: >> >> > >> > Hi Everyone, >> > >> > I am new to ns2 and starting to do research on TCP/IP protocols in >> > satellite networks. I wanted to know if there were any available >> scripts to >> > run in ns2 for TCP/IP protocols in satellite networks to get a better >> > understanding of the actual simulation working. >> > >> > I really appreciate you help and assistance for my research. >> > >> > Thank you >> > >> > Erik >> > >> > >