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Old 09-04-2014, 03:00 AM   #1
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Smile Error on executing Mobiwan ipv6 in ns2.33


Hi friends,

I followed instruction from https://sites.google.com/site/peeraz...llation-in-ns2 to patch mobiwan in ns-2.33.

i has patched it, patched successfully, but when i run my
simple-ipv6.tcl in dir (ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/mobiwan/simple-ipv6.tcl)

i am getting warning messages in terminal, when nam reaches time 25.000000

warning messages shown below, (but output runs on nam )

Code:
Warning: Tracefile events are not sorted by time.
+ -t 31.933760000 -s 2 -d 6 -p cbr -e 1000 -c 2 -a 0 -i 1235 -k RTR 
The above event should occur at or after -t 31.933760.

Warning: Tracefile events are not sorted by time.
+ -t 31.943760000 -s 2 -d 6 -p cbr -e 1000 -c 2 -a 0 -i 1236 -k RTR 
The above event should occur at or after -t 31.943760.

Warning: Tracefile events are not sorted by time.
+ -t 31.953760000 -s 2 -d 6 -p cbr -e 1000 -c 2 -a 0 -i 1237 -k RTR 
The above event should occur at or after -t 31.953760.

Warning: Tracefile events are not sorted by time.
+ -t 31.963760000 -s 2 -d 6 -p cbr -e 1000 -c 2 -a 0 -i 1238 -k RTR 
The above event should occur at or after -t 31.963760.

Warning: Tracefile events are not sorted by time.
+ -t 31.973760000 -s 2 -d 6 -p cbr -e 1000 -c 2 -a 0 -i 1239 -k RTR 
The above event should occur at or after -t 31.973760.

friends, i am not getting why this error comes.pls help me.

also i need more sample tcl files in mobiwan. please help me on it.

Thanks

Pon

Last edited by pon; 09-04-2014 at 03:04 AM.
 
Old 09-05-2014, 01:25 PM   #2
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Probably not an error ?

Nam will show what it can do.
... And then return some information, that you can read in the terminal.
 
Old 09-15-2014, 07:20 AM   #3
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hi friend,

i patched mobiwan from following link and working in it.

http://www.nicta.com.au/__data/asset...obiwan-1.patch

now i want to know whether it is possible to do wireless transmission in ipv6 ?

and also want to compare the performance analysis of ipv4 and ipv6


YOURS IDEAS ARE MOST WELCOME

Thanks

Pon

Last edited by pon; 09-15-2014 at 07:50 AM.
 
  


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