-- Forwarded message -- From: ramesh gourishetty [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: May 9, 2008 5:46 PM Subject: Re To: email@example.com Hai I am working on multipath routing using NS-2 can any body tell me how to use this multipath routing in NS-2 I already tried the option of setting
Sir, I came to know about you from your university site. I am M. Sc student from Nepal. I am doing my thesis in Wireless QoS. I am trying to implement 802.11e and compare it with previous legacy 802.11. While implementing it using TCL scripts in NS2, I couldn't make a collision environment. At
Hi I am working on routing protocols by using NS-2 Can any body tell me how i can use NS-2 code for Rumor routing algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks? Thanks in advanced Fatemeh
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Hi, I suppose this can be very easy, but after read the chapter 3 of ns-2 manual: how to call a TCL command from C++ code? For instance, I use many commands in .TCL code, just like: $ns_ at 0.10 $node_(0) join 0xE00 *** How can I do a join 0xE00 from the node (using C++)?
You might find the following link interesting: http://www.ece.rice. edu/~jpr/ns/docs/ns-802_11b.html bye, Marco Messaggio originale Da: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Data: 11-mag-2008 10.46 AM A: ns-users@ISI.EDU Ogg: [ns] throughput of 802.11b Hi all, I have tried to run 802.11b in
Hi I think that you should use the following commands to call Tcl command in your C++ code for instance, if you want to call $ns now in your C++ code then you may use this Tcl tcl = Tcl::instance(); tcl.evalf($ns now); float g=atof(tcl.result()); the above command will get the current
Deal all, I want to set the speed of the nodes for random movement scenario. I use the following lines in tcl, but it does not change the speed of the nodes. If you have any idea, I will appreciate. $node_($i) random-motion 1 $node_($i) start $node_($i) set speed_ 30 Regards, Semra