Why the node are overlapped although I defined their co-ordinates.
Also how the relay nodes be configured so that they play active role during
communication, here what I am seeing that the source starts communication with
the sink directly without interfering with the relay node even you
A new TCP scheme called Congestion Coherence was proposed and as well
created by Chunlei et al. (2007). The researchers published a paper
entitled as a A Unified TCP Enhancement for Wireless Mesh Networks . In that
paper one can find the proposed TCP scheme known as CC.
According to the
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I just read a little about Click and it sounds really interesting. I
have a project and I was thinking in using the default nodes of NS
(adding later routing, classification, filtering, etc.) but now that I
read about click I think it may be a better approach.
There is a
I am quite new to ns and for a specific project I am doing my best to
install the Is-Is module on ns-2.33(the latest version).
Since the code has been written for ns-2.1b8a I manually patched
Makefile/Makefile.in, dynalink.cc, etc. Everything great.
But still, the module has a problem
i m trying to compile xgraph-12.1 from the package ns-allinone-2.33 on a
fedora 11 machine but when i run make
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.-g-c dialog.c
dialog.c: In function 'make_msg_box':
dialog.c:780: warning: passing argument 2 of 'getline' from incompatible
Has any body tried to generate a mobility model in a 3 dimensional
simulation area. I have been trying to modify the setdest.cc file in ns2,
which is the default implementation of Random Waypoint Mobility Model in
ns2, to generate my own mobility model. I want to set all X, Y and Z
--- On Fri, 6/19/09, mohamed saad mohammed2742...@yahoo.com wrote:
From: mohamed saad mohammed2742...@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: info. i need your help please
To: Hoda Hassan mhel...@aucegypt.edu
Date: Friday, June 19, 2009, 7:57 PM
a salamo alikom
how are you every one
i don't understand
Does anyone have an idea how to get the distance between two nodes in 802.11,
using RSSI measurements?
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I'm a new ns-2 and trying to find a more realistic wireless support
for 802.11b simulation, such as channel propagation model and link
rate adaption (e.g. ARF). Currently my system is Ubuntu 7.10 +
ns-2.33. Could anyone share your
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