[ns] What is Packet Interval !!

2008-10-27 Thread Mathiew Moussa
Hi All ns-users, Does anyone know what Packet Interval in NS2 is and WHERE can when change it. you see im using the SMAC and it was giving me an error Couldn't Schedule Timer after i ran my TCL script .. I got an answer from one of the guys that it might possibly have to do with the packet

[ns] Accuracy in 802.11

2008-10-27 Thread Maurizio Bellemo
Hi all, i have a question about 802.11 and ns-2 MobileNode. Which is the accuracy of the distance between two mobile nodes in 802.11?? That is, having three nodes in a mobile ad hoc networks (A, B, C) and be A the one from which the distance is calculated. Which is the minimum distance between

Re: [ns] What is Packet Interval !!

2008-10-27 Thread Mathiew Moussa
Hi Jianliang, Thanks for the prompt reply, i appreciate it. I was wondering .. ok i'm in the ns-default.tcl file ... but there's nothing called 'packet interval'. Does have a different name or terminology, where is it located in the file ? And what does it exactly 'packet interval' , is it

[ns] Problems with FEC, Poisson and Errmodel

2008-10-27 Thread 王 瑞
hello,all now,I am modelling random losses in the incoming link (uplink) and congestion losses at node, I consider an M/M/1 queue with a finite buffer of size K,and I assume that losses can caused either by a buffer overflow or randomly with probability r in the incoming link .The

[ns] Problems with FEC, Poisson and Errmodel

2008-10-27 Thread 王 瑞
hello,all now,I am modelling random losses in the incoming link (uplink) and congestion losses at node, I consider an M/M/1 queue with a finite buffer of size K,and I assume that losses can caused either by a buffer overflow or randomly with probability r in the incoming link .The arrival

[ns] error using rtproto Manual

2008-10-27 Thread Davide
With that network topology # # Create Network Topology # # # # S(0) # ME(0)--eNB0 / #\/ # \ / # ME(1) R0---S(1) # \ / \ . #\ /\

[ns] about Application Layer Payload Transfer in NS2

2008-10-27 Thread Sidney Doria
Yes, of course. You must remember that a packet is a pointer to an object in NS-2 (C++). You can create a new type of packet. A customized one. A, say, ZhangPacket. So you must teach your new packet what special data It will carry and you must notify NS-2 how to deal with It. For that, you