I see the same problem. However, if you use the make-scen.csh script the directory ~/ns2.29/indep-utils/cmu-scen-gen/setdest, it works just fine. Also you could use the bonnmotion tool to generate node movement files. It is has more features than setdest utility. Hope it helps. Cheers.
, Abdul. Abdul Jabbar wrote: Hello, I am having unusual trouble getting a simple error model to work over wired links in ns2.29. I have checked the mailing list archives and could not find a similar problem/solution. Below is my tcl script which represents a simple network topology of 3
As far as I know, the relationship between BER and PER , assuming that bit errors are independent and uniformly distributed is, PER=1-(1-BER)^N where N is the number of bits. However, the above formula is only approximate because in real life scenarios, the bit errors are not completely
, in most wireless scenarios, the BER is assumed to be 10^-6. By the way, why are you posting this in ns-users list? Abdul. 林泰邑 wrote: for example : when I give ber=10^-3, packet size=1000bytes, what is PER? -Original Message- From: Abdul Jabbar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent