[ns] ns2 - addressing

2012-08-29 Thread Sandy Haff

hi everyone
am doing a simulations scenarios that i have to use mobile ip
and i want to know is it possible to determine the address of the Base Stations 
??? and how to change it ???

am doing handover scenarios in mobile wimax using ns-2.29 with nist mobility 

i need all the help that i can get

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[ns] Fwd: ns-2.34 validation tests fail (64bit-processor)

2012-08-29 Thread Behnaz Bostanipour

Hello Tom,

If you remember some ns-2.34 validation tests failed on my machine (MAC OS 
Lion, 10.7.3, Intel Core i7), so I installed ns-2-35 and still the validation 
failed for:

 ./test-all-tcpLinux ./test-all-tcpHighspeed/test-all-red ./test-all-cbq

Then you proposed that I send the output of ./validate  validate.log to you, 
but I have not yet received any news from you or some one else regarding this 
problem (so I forward my last email  again , see below). 

BTW, in your last email, you said that:

If you aren't using these specific models in your work, you have less to worry 

I would like to do some simulations for IEEE 802.11 MAC layer and also use some 
routing protocols , for sure
that validation tests failures for TCP will not be a problem, my only concern 
is that these tests fail:

/test-all-red ./test-all-cbq

Do you think that will cause a problem for my simulations if I these models do 
not work properly on my machine?

Thanks in advance for your reply,
Kind regards,

Begin forwarded message:

 From: Behnaz Bostanipour behnaz.bostanip...@unil.ch
 Subject: Re: [ns] ns-2.34 validation tests fail (64bit-processor)
 Date: 10 août 2012 16:53:33 HAEC
 To: behnaz.bostanip...@unil.ch
 Thanks for your reply. If I understood well, I should execute this in my 
 ./validate  validate.log
 But this results to no output on the terminal and I cannot bring back the 
 command prompt unless by pressing (ctrl+c).
 Actually I found in folder /Users/username/ns-allinone-2.35/ns-2.35, a 
 validate.log that I send to you in the attachment.
 Although I don't think that it's relevant to failures of validation tests, 
 but actually I had to do some changes in install file in order to be able 
 to install both ns2.34 and ns2.35 on my machine (precisely my machine is a 
 10.7.3, Intel Core i7) . In fact with both versions of ns2, after running the 
 ./install I got this error:
 ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64 
 collect2: ld returned 1 exit status 
 make: *** [otclsh] Error 1 
 otcl-1.14 make failed! Exiting ...
 So wherever I had ./configure... in install file, I added the following:
  --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include 
 CFLAGS=-framework CoreFoundation 
 An example of my changes in install file can be found below (the line that 
 I added is bold):
 echo * Build OTcl-$OTCLVER
 cd ./otcl-$OTCLVER
 blame='Please check http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/ns-problems.html
 for common problems and bug fixes.'
 if  [ ${test_cygwin} = true ]; then
 ./configure --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib 
 --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include --with-tcl-ver=$TCLVER --with-tk-ver=$TKVER 
 --disable-shlib || die otcl-$OTCLVER configuration failed! Exiting ...;
 ./configure --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib 
 --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include CFLAGS=-framework CoreFoundation 
 --with-tcl-ver=$TCLVER --with-tk-ver=$TKVER || die otcl-$OTCLVER 
 configuration failed! Exiting ...;
 cd ..
 # Build tclcl
 Just in case I send you my install file in the attachment.
 On 10 août 2012, at 07:18, Tom Henderson wrote:
 On 08/09/2012 08:59 AM, behnaz.bostanip...@unil.ch wrote:
 Thanks for your reply. I installed ns2.35 and actually the
 majority of these problems are solved. But still these tests
 validate overall report: some tests failed:
  ./test-all-tcpLinux ./test-all-tcpHighspeed
 /test-all-red ./test-all-cbq
 whith a closer look I noticed this error message for these
 couldn't execute xgraph: no such file or directory
 This shouldn't cause validation errors.
 I don't have a 10.7 64-bit test machine at my disposal so I can't try to 
 reproduce at the moment.  I have 10.6.8 32-bit machine which doesn't 
 exhibit that.  I also have a newly-upgraded 10.8 64-bit machine, but 
 there are other issues related to X11 changes in Mountain Lion that, for 
 now, are blocking me to test it there.
 Anyway, I would suggest to send to me or post to the tracker [*] the 
 output of this:
 ./validate  validate.log
 so that someone can look at the specific errors reported.  If you aren't 
 using these specific models in your work, you have less to worry about.
 - Tom
 [*] http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=149743atid=775392

Re: [ns] Error!! str2addr:Address outside range of address field length 1024

2012-08-29 Thread KittyF13

Sorry to bud in, even I am stuck with the same problem. Please if you
get any solution let me know. I am really in a hurry because of deadline for
my MSc project submission. Please oblige.

 str2addr:Address -1 outside range of address field length 1024 

thank you


Omowonuola saka wrote:
 Hello Everyone,
 I am an ns2 newbee and I am trying to create a wireless cum wired scenario
 test a service discovery protocol (SLP). I have done it just like the 
 examplethat comes in the tcl/ex folder in ns2 but i keep geting the error
 I will appreciate any help i can get as i am running behind schedule in my 
 The error is :
 num_nodes is set 8
 warning: Please use -channel as shown in tcl/ex/wireless-mitf.tcl
 str2addr:Address 144425951 outside range of address field length 1024
 I have looked at heirachical addressing in the ns manual but i dont see
 i  am doing wrong. I will very mych appreciate any help. Thanks in advance

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Re: [ns] ns-2.34 validation tests fail (64bit-processor)

2012-08-29 Thread Behnaz Bostanipour

On 29 août 2012, at 15:00, Tom Henderson wrote:

 Could you please send the full validate output?  It seems like the file you 
 sent is truncated at 2204 lines.

Thanks for your reply. I opened this one in my texShop and it has 7167  lines.

[ns] how can i impliment c++ code in ns2

2012-08-29 Thread pawan kumar

please provide some examples that shows the procedure to run c++ code in tcl 

Re: [ns] ns-2.34 validation tests fail (64bit-processor)

2012-08-29 Thread Bipul Kumar

Respected Sir

My self vipul kumar and i am  LINUX user
I  got you email ID fromYoutube video, as there in video i have seen you
expertes in NS. so kindly help me in simulating TCP/IP
i will be very thank full to you

You'r truely

vipul kumar :)
On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 7:20 PM, behnaz.bostanip...@unil.ch wrote:

  I'm not able to reproduce that error, so I would like to
  see some  examples of the diffed output.  Would you mind
  collecting all of the  *.test output files for the tests
  that failed and send them to me in a  tarball, such as:
  cd tcl/tests
  find . -name *.test -type f | xargs tar cvfj
  and send me the ns-2-diffs.tbz2 file?

 Here you are, I exactly execuuted your command, but not sure
 if it has all the outputs that we want (i.e., for tests:
 test-all-tcpLinux, test-all-tcpHighspeed, test-all-red
 and test-all-cbq.

 So please let me know if you need other outputs,