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Any particular reason for ns-2.30 ?
1) LEACH may not live together with other added protocols.
2) You can have as many times ns-allinone-2.xx as you want,
installed at the same time.
But : Do never add any ns2 *PATH text to .bashrc.
Hi.. I did a literature survey, but most of the researchers build their own c++ simulator for UASNs. In Aquasim tool, few of them published a paper on it. So, I chose it to implement and finding a bit challenging and tough to build a new protocol.
→ → @Kashif A Khan →
» If you're working on underwater acoustic sensor networks
then I would recommend you to use NS-2 simulator
because NS-2 have some built in features or packages
which support sensor networks simulation in underwater
and you can also use some of NS-2 based open source
simulator already available on internet.
But still I'm not sure what are your specific requirements
and only can suggest you briefly.
.. http://www.researchgate.net/go.Deref...2-1962-2-3.pdf «