I do not know if carrying a bandwidth value inside the flow is the best solution. Bandwidth as I see is data_transmitted/time. And time is relative, are you going to measure the bandwidth in the last second, the last minute, the last hour? So that why I think is not the best way. I would
When I simulated the Wireless1.tcl in the tutorial folder,everything is good except that the output NAM file did not come out as the others did. I could not get the topology chart under NAM interface,Anyone could help me is so appreciated Here is what it displayed: $ns wireless1.tcl num_nodes
Hey everyone, I got an unexpected problem here,hope someone could help me. When I simulated the Wireless1.tcl in the tutorial folder,everything is good except that the output NAM file did not come out as the others did. I could not get the topology chart under NAM interface,Anyone could help me
Hi Joe, What u got is perfect. The ns doesn't just run the animation unless you use some code to do so as in exec nam wireless1-out.nam inside your tcl script or you can run nam wireless1-out.nam in the command terminal to run the the nam. http://crg.ee.uct.ac.za/~kamil/ Kamil On Sun,
Hi, Im having a few problems with MPLS code, i will try to describe the best what im trying to do. In the attached file (which will be parsed at the end of mail), im trying to add MPLS to a voice traffic, excluing the call setup part, just plain voice communication with G.711 (same
-- Forwarded message -- From: Francesco Mininni [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 27-Aug-2007 00:04 Subject: Re:[ns] awk/perl script to calculate throughput/delay/jitter To: firstname.lastname@example.org Hi Jehd, try to open the awk files with gvim or similar and change format to unix.
Hi everybody I am running a wired-cum-wireless simulation. I am using rayleigh fading model. I observed that most of the TCP ACK packets are dropped. Is there any way to prevent these drops? Thanks in advance. Bhaskar Sardar
In a wireless simulation, wireless links are modelled using rayleigh fading model (fdT=.01). Do I need to insert an error module (e.g. drop packets at .1% rate) in the wireless link? How can I control the error process? I want to drop packets at 10%, 1% and .1% rate. Bhaskar Sardar