[ns] UCBT (Univ of Cincinati Bluetooth) and ns-2.31,

2007-12-22 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, JUst realized that I was referring to the wrong package name. The package name is UCBT and not UBCT!! If anyone has experience with installing UCBT and ns-2.31 (or installing UCBT with ns already installed), please read this e-mail and send me your comments. I have ns-2.31 installed using

Re: [ns] re te ad hoc

2007-12-21 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Check out the tcl script in the directory ns_2.XX/tcl/test/test-suite-wireless-lan-ap1.tcl. This gives an example of how to run an experiment with TCP flows over WLAN. Then work backwards from there to modify it your situation. Arvind On Dec 21, 2007 12:20 PM, dotto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [ns] re te ad hoc

2007-12-21 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Check out the tcl script in the directory ns_2.XX/tcl/test/test-suite-wireless-lan-ap1.tcl. This gives an example of how to run an experiment with TCP flows over WLAN. Then work backwards from there to modify it your situation. Arvind On Dec 21, 2007 12:20 PM, dotto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

[ns] concept of applying a patch

2007-12-21 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, I apologize for posting this again, but I have not been able to obtain any information in the ns-users archives or on the web. I am not able to understand this concept of applying a patch to ns-2. When I click on a hyperlink that advertises a patch, all I see is a bunch of C code. I am

[ns] problems with UBCT ns2 Bluetooth package

2007-12-21 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, I have ns-2.31 installed using the ns-allinone package. I did some work on the 802.11 models and am getting some results. Now I want to run a simulation with both 802.11 and BT nodes. It looks like UBCT is the best ns2 BT package. Is that correct? If yes, I would really appreciate it

Re: [ns] command to create mac_802-11.o in Makefile

2007-12-20 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Thanks a lot for your replies Rennie and Matthias. This is really helpful. Arvind On Dec 19, 2007 7:48 PM, Rennie deGraaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 18, 2007 8:55 PM, Arvind Swaminathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the Makefile only the objects are listed. I don't see the rules

Re: [ns] Implementing access point in ns2

2007-12-20 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
They are only now releasing a patch to use the ns2 code in infrastructure mode. Check U wasington's Funlab website for details. It is still being tested before formal release. Arvind On Dec 20, 2007 5:01 AM, yuva chitra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi, I am doing my project in the field of

[ns] using patches

2007-12-20 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi everybody, There seem to be several patches to the 802.11 code (802.11e support, link adapation+Fading channel, infratsructure mode etc.). Will these eventually be added to the main release? Until then, can someone point me to a resource that expalins the meaning of patch and on how to

Re: [ns] nam: command not found

2007-12-18 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi Jonathan, I am using a Linux machine. How do I check the bit length? Arvind On Dec 18, 2007 1:29 AM, Jonathan Guerin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do you have a 64-bit OS installed? What version of the ns-allinone are you trying to install? On Dec 18, 2007 5:25 PM, Arvind Swaminathan

[ns] command to create mac_802-11.o in Makefile

2007-12-18 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, In the Makefile only the objects are listed. I don't see the rules for creating the objects. For instance, I would like to know the place where the compile command to create mac-802-11.o is located (since I want to add a -Ddegub flag to the cc command). Thanks, Arvind

[ns] nam: command not found

2007-12-17 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, Do I have to install nam separately? Or does the ns-allinone install install nam also? When I type in nam from any directory, I always get a nam: command not found error. I would appreciate any help in this matter. Thanks, Arvind

Re: [ns] nam: command not found

2007-12-17 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
called nam in your directories? If yes, where is it? Thanks, Arvind On Dec 17, 2007 9:48 PM, Md. Atiur Rahman Siddique [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the all in one pack contains nam. it is located at ns/bin/nam -Atiur --- Arvind Swaminathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Do I have

Re: [ns] nam: command not found

2007-12-17 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
AM, Jonathan Guerin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You will need to go into the nam directory and then type: ./configure then make depend then make clean If you see any error messages, that will be why nam isn't working. On Dec 18, 2007 5:02 PM, Arvind Swaminathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi

[ns] Question about TcpAgent() constructor

2007-12-14 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi Everybody, I am new to C++. I would really appreciate it if someone could explain what the following definition of the TcpAgent constructor means. I think the first part TcpAgent::TcpAgent() means that we are defining the TcpAgent member function in the TcpAgent class. But what does the

[ns] installation problems.

2007-12-04 Thread Arvind Swaminathan
Hi, I am trying to install ns-2 on Windows XP. I installed cygwin. Then I did a tar xvf on the ns-allinone-2.31 package. Following this I did a ./install in the ns-allinone-2.31 directory, but this fails. The final warning message is given below. Other warnings that were received during the