[ns] questions about wireless.tcl

2009-07-01 Thread dinesh nagare
Hi all ns users, I want to ask questions about the procedures used in wireless.tcl file of ns2. 1) What is the use of following commands? LL set mindelay_50us LL set delay_25us LL set bandwidth_0;# not used Agent/Null set sport_0 Agent/Null set dport_

[ns] mobility (speed)

2009-07-01 Thread dinesh nagare
Hi all ns users, I want to ask question related to the mobility. I am using random way point model. When I am increasing speed (0- 25 m/sec) then packet delivery should be decreasing. But in my case for 10 nodes it is giving delivery ratio for 0 m/s low then increasing for 5 m/s and again

Re: [ns] NAM in Ubuntu

2009-07-01 Thread Oliver Göbel
Hello Liv, I installed Nam on my Ubuntu by using the sources on http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/dist/ To make the installation work properly tcl and tk must be installed. If you are done so far, you can use the first sections of Marc Greis' tutorial. At least until section VI this works fine for me and

[ns] Error: Please guide me it's urgent

2009-07-01 Thread umang singh
Hi all , when i am recompiling ns2 and just write make command.it gives me an following error: [r...@localhost ns-2.29]# make for i in indep-utils/cmu-scen-gen/setdest indep-utils/webtrace-conv/dec indep-utils/webtrace-conv/epa indep-utils/webtrace-conv/nlanr

[ns] NS2 debugger

2009-07-01 Thread qweq adcsad
Hello, I am trying to debug NS2 with DDD. I compiled it with -g flag, but still it can not load the source code. It says /home//ns2.33/C++-namespaces:no such file or directory . I am using Ubuntu 9.04 and the compiler is gcc-4.3 .Even when I use gdb in command prompt and put list

[ns] connected dominating set

2009-07-01 Thread Ankur Jain
Hi every one Has anyone implemented ocnnnected dominating set in wireless sensor networks . I want to do that . If any one has please help me with the code Thanks in advance ANKUR JAIN Undergraduate Student, Dept. of Information Technology, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur

Re: [ns] NS2 debugger

2009-07-01 Thread Mubashir Rehmani
Hi Here are a very nice link for debugging ns2 with DDD. http://pauseandreconsider.blogspot.com/2007/07/debugging-ns-2.html Regards Mubashir Husain Rehmani Lip6, UPMC, Paris, France 2009/7/1 qweq adcsad nill_akaser_t...@yahoo.com Hello, I am trying to debug NS2 with DDD. I compiled

[ns] problem with queue length of mobile node

2009-07-01 Thread shalini . puri
hello ns-users, this is Shalini, I am working on Congestion Avoidance in AODV using queue. Sir I am not able to find out which factor will determine the congestion. i have tried len_ present in aodv_rqueue but this factor just gives me the number of requesy packets. as far as i have read len_

Re: [ns] NS2 debugger

2009-07-01 Thread qweq adcsad
Hello, I am using ns 2.33.Hence there could be little bit difference of the mentioned file in(http://pauseandreconsider.blogspot.com/2007/07/debugging-ns-2.html). I am giving the changes that I made below... Could you please check the following things ? 1)INSTALL file a) In line no

[ns] Wireless mesh Simulation

2009-07-01 Thread sajeeb saha
Hello Everyone, I am doing a simulation on wireless mesh network. I have created a scenario. But  i have few problems. Hope you will help me.My problems are... 1. In case of wireless to wireless transmission my code is not using any base stations. So I want to change the transmission range of

[ns] Wireless mesh Simulation

2009-07-01 Thread sajeeb saha
Hello Everyone, I am doing a simulation on wireless mesh network. I have created a scenario. But  i have few problems. Hope you will help me.My problems are... 1. In case of wireless to wireless transmission my code is not using any base stations. So I want to change the transmission range of

[ns] sensing range and values for RXThreshold ans CSThreshold

2009-07-01 Thread Atif Sharif
Hi all! I want to use 802.11 and 802.15.4 in my WSN simulation as a mac layer protocol... can any body tell me the values for RXThreshold and CSThreshold for node seperation of 1. 50 meters 2. 100 meters. for both 802.11 and 802.15.4. Also any body have done some work with AODV and S-MAC?