The problem is that even though you have Cygwin
you do not have an X environment to execute X applications as NAM.
The solution to this problem, would be to install (in addition to cygwin),
the KDE ebvironment
for Windows, that co-operates with cygwin.
In this way you will have an X desktop,
It seems that all the wireless network simulation examples in ns
adopt such a format: app-TCP/UDP-routing-MAC-PHY.
is no transport protocol in real wireless
implementations. Is it possible
to get rid of TCP/UDP and connect
application directly to the routing?
I am new to NS and wanted to use multicasting protocols in MObile ad-hoc
networks loke ODMRP, AMRIS AMRoute. Inn many of thye papers in litarature
it is written that they are available in NS. But in NS-2.28 i could not
found them. can anyone is having these implementations? Can u
well i tried to run an example which executes the xgraph but didn`t work ..
am using cygwin and NS-v 2.29 .. though i have the directory
plzz help me .. and here is the result
$ ns example4.tcl
ns: finish: couldn't execute xgraph: no such file or directory
II'm a newbie to NS2, I wil like u guys to help me out. I will like to know
how to generate a topology of mobile nodes with access point (one or more).
The tutorialz I read were using the Ad Hoc routing method but I will like to
use the Infrasture routing method.
Thnx. (Is there any tool for
I have some doubts regarding wireless medium as:
Where is queue in wireless medium between a tcp source and sink?
For wired medium i think queue is in the wired link.
Thanks in advance
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1. how do i interpret the per flow trace file?
It depends what performance parameters you ld like to look at. So first
check that. Once done, approach packet by packet, read notes Eitan Altman's
notes on ns2 on how to use trace files. (how to extract useful
2. how do i make
The version I could use would be NS-2.28 at the earliest.
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From: raja priya [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: NS ns-users@ISI.EDU
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 22:49:42 -0800 (PST)
Subject: [ns] Ns2 version for Ad hoc networks
I am interested in working in
I would not agree with that, since for example AODV, one of the
most common routing protocols in MANETs uses UDP
to transmit its routing packets (RREQ, RERR, etc).
However, in order to avoid TCP/UDP you would have to
tamper with the specific application that accesses these
layers in the source
I'm looking for a way to send some extra info form the Application layer to
the Routing Agent. I'm using AODV as routing protocol, do you know in wich
ns-2 source files should I look to make this?
Thank you very much.
Jon de Andrés Frías
I am trying to send user-defined packets over UDP. Can any body provide me
with the changes that need to be made in order to override the
send/receive functions so that UDP will transport my packets.
I really need this quickly, so please help if you know
Hi all, sorry bout the repost but my last mail looked strange :\
I would be really happy if anyone could help me with my ns2 problem.
Im trying to write my own ping protocol running on AODV, and I am
getting some strange behaviour.
It seems like the packets arent recognised in the trace files
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