[ns] Please how to add my new routing agent in my simulation script .tcl

2006-08-10 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
Hello, I’m implementing using NS-2, my own Manet Unicast Routing Protocol. I finished the C++ code and remain its insertion in NS-2. I followed the guide Implementing a New Manet Unicast Routing Protocol in NS2 to know how to make the parameter setting and the binding with tcl, otcl… etc. I

[ns] How to access my new ad hoc routing agent from the simulation script.tcl

2006-08-15 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
Hello Melvin and all ns users, Normally, the specification of the ad hoc routing protocol(AODV for example) which will be used by the mobiles nodes during simulation is like follow: In tcl script ,where our scenario of simulation is described ,we do tow thinks: First- In node options we do:

[ns] error when calling class $cls: $args $

2006-08-28 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
Dear all, I am working with ns-2.28 and I am trying to run a simulation test for my new ad hoc network protocol. I have encountered the following errors. I will be glad if anyone helps me to fix the errors. == $ ns ivg.tcl // this is my

[ns] Implementing a New Manet Unicast Routing Protocol

2007-02-09 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
Hello, I used the following guide to implement my routing protocol: -- Implementing a New Manet Unicast Routing Protocol in NS2 -- It work ok, but I have a problem when I receive a Broadcast message emitted by the other nodes. All my protected variables are affected by the reception of such a

Re: [ns] Implementing a New Manet Unicast Routing Protocol

2007-02-14 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
such message, right? That could happen if you modifiy a header (.h) file and don't recompile all the source files which are including it. Try a 'make clean make'. Hope this helps. Regards, fran On Friday 09 February 2007 22:19, Wissam El-Mallah wrote: Hello, I used the following guide

[ns] Implementing a New Manet Unicast Routing Protocol

2007-02-14 Thread Wissam El-Mallah
such message, right? That could happen if you modifiy a header (.h) file and don't recompile all the source files which are including it. Try a 'make clean make'. Hope this helps. Regards, fran On Friday 09 February 2007 22:19, Wissam El-Mallah wrote: Hello, I used the following guide