Dear All, Did any one of you are having any documentation regarding the WiMax mesh patch discussed at ns-blogspot.com or the patch at mentioned link : http://info.iet.unipi.it/~cng/ns2mesh80216/ns2mesh80216-2.31-071030.patch.gz Thanking you in advance. Warm Regards, Atul Singh INDIA Larsen Toubro Infotech Ltd. www.Lntinfotech.com This Document is classified as: LT Infotech Proprietary LT Infotech Confidential LT Infotech Internal Use Only LT Infotech General Business This Email may contain confidential or privileged information for the intended recipient (s) If you are not the intended recipient, please do not use or disseminate the information, notify the sender and delete it from your system. __
hi, I am doing my project in the field of VoIP on wireless networks. Can anyone help me with the information of how to implement an access point in ns2. It would be really helpful for me to carry on with my work.. Thanks in advance
hello all Could you please help me regarding understanding of error conditions over a WLAN channel. I need to have your point of views on the statement: Are channel conditions entirely summarized in error rates? waiting for your responses...thanks regards b
Thanks a lot for your replies Rennie and Matthias. This is really helpful. Arvind On Dec 19, 2007 7:48 PM, Rennie deGraaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 18, 2007 8:55 PM, Arvind Swaminathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the Makefile only the objects are listed. I don't see the rules for creating the objects. For instance, I would like to know the place where the compile command to create mac-802-11.o is located (since I want to add a -Ddegub flag to the cc command). There isn't an explicit rule to make mac-802_11.o. The makefile falls back on the implicit rule to build a .o file from a .cc file, which is .cc.o: @rm -f $@ $(CPP) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) -o $@ $*.cc If you want to set that macro for all files in ns, you should do is to add -Ddegub to DEFINE in Makefile.in, re-run configure, and then make, or better yet, just run CFLAGS=-Ddegub make That will set the CFLAGS variable in your system environment before running make, which will incorporate its value into the CFLAGS string that it uses. If you only want to set that macro on the one file, add a rule to Makefile.in similar to the following: mac/mac-802_11.o: mac/mac-802_11.cc @rm -f $@ $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) -Ddegub $(INCLUDES) -o $@ $*.cc Then, re-run configure and make. Rennie deGraaf
They are only now releasing a patch to use the ns2 code in infrastructure mode. Check U wasington's Funlab website for details. It is still being tested before formal release. Arvind On Dec 20, 2007 5:01 AM, yuva chitra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi, I am doing my project in the field of VoIP on wireless networks. Can anyone help me with the information of how to implement an access point in ns2. It would be really helpful for me to carry on with my work.. Thanks in advance
Hi everybody, There seem to be several patches to the 802.11 code (802.11e support, link adapation+Fading channel, infratsructure mode etc.). Will these eventually be added to the main release? Until then, can someone point me to a resource that expalins the meaning of patch and on how to combine work done in multiple patches? For example, if I want the 802.11 model to have all the 3 features above, how do I do it? Thanks, Arvind
Hi,ns-users, I want to simulate an UMTS network to transport video data from UE ( an mobile equipment) to the host in Internet. It means the UE will transmit data via up-link. I have investigated some UMTS extensions to ns-2. The UMTS extensions I've found are listed as follows: http://www.ti-wmc.nl/eurane/ http://www.info.fundp.ac.be/~lsc/Research/ns-2_UMTS/ http://www.geocities.com/opahostil/ http://www.control.isy.liu.se/~frida/nsmodules/ I personally prefer to the first.But I'm still not so sure which is suitable for my application. I need your help. And if there is a more suitable one, please let me know. Thanks in advance.