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Old 04-28-2012, 02:00 AM   #1
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MIPv6


hi..
can any one tell me which fedora version and ns2 version is suitable for MIPv6 simulation. i have heard about MOBIWAN patch for its simulations. please guide me how to use that patch.

thanks in anticipation

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Old 05-02-2012, 09:18 AM   #2
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Welcome to LQ.

A supported Fedora version should be preferred : Fedora 16.

# yum install \
gcc-c++ compat-gcc-34-c++ automake autoconf libtool libX11-devel \
libXext-devel libXau-devel libXmu-devel xorg-x11-proto-devel

The patch for ns-2.33 http://www.nicta.com.au/__data/asset...obiwan-1.patch

cd ns-allinone-2.33/ && mv ns-2.33/ ns-2.33-mobiwan &&
patch -p0 < ns-233-mobiwan-1.patch && mv ns-2.33-mobiwan/ ns-2.33
&& export CC=gcc34 CXX=g++34 && ./install

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Old 05-03-2012, 08:30 AM   #3
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thank you sir.. after doing the steps you mentioned in post #2 , i tried to run simple-mipv6.tcl script but it did not show me the network topology as it should. below is the code that i ran...

Code:
  
# Basic Mobile IPv6 example without using ns-topoman
# Needs proc defined in file proc-mipv6-config.tcl

Agent/MIPv6/MN set bs_forwarding_     0       ; # 1 if forwarding from previous BS
################################################################
proc log-mn-movement_no_topo { } {
  global logtimer ns
  Class LogTimer -superclass Timer
  LogTimer instproc timeout {} {
     global mobile_
        $mobile_ log-movement 
        $self sched 1 
  }
  set logtimer [new LogTimer]
  $logtimer sched 1  
}

################################################################
# Create Topology
################################################################
proc create-my-topo {} {
  global ns opt topo mobile_ cn_ mn_nodes_

  # Create and define topography
  set topo        [new Topography]
     #set prop        [new $opt(prop)]
     #$prop topography $topo
  $topo load_flatgrid 800 800

  # god is a necessary object when wireless is used
  # set to a value equal to the number of mobile nodes
  create-god 1 

  # Call node-config
  $ns node-config \
        -addressType hierarchical \
     -agentTrace ON \
    -macTrace ON \
     -routerTrace ON \

  # Set NS Addressing
  AddrParams set domain_num_ 2 
  AddrParams set cluster_num_ {1 5}
  AddrParams set nodes_num_ {1 1 3 1 1 1}

  # Create Nodes
  set cn_ [create-router 0.0.0]
  set router_ [create-router 1.0.0]
  set bs1_ [create-base-station 1.1.0 1.0.0 200 200 0]
  set bs2_ [create-base-station 1.2.0 1.0.0 200 600 0]
  set bs3_ [create-base-station 1.3.0 1.0.0 600 200 0]
  set bs4_ [create-base-station 1.4.0 1.0.0 600 600 0]
  set mobile_ [create-mobile 1.1.1 1.1.0 190 190 0 1 0.01]


  # Create Links
  $ns duplex-link $cn_ $router_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs1_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs2_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs3_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs4_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
#giving orientation
#$ns duplex-link-op $cn_ $router_ orient right-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs1_ orient left-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs2_ orient down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs3_ orient right-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $bs3_ $bs4_ orient right


  display_ns_addr_domain
}



################################################################
# End of Simulation
################################################################
proc finish { } {
  global tracef ns namf opt mobile_ cn_
  
  puts "Simulation finished" 
  # Dump the Binding Update List of MN and Binding Cache of HA
  [[$mobile_ set ha_] set regagent_] dump
  [$cn_ set regagent_] dump
  [$mobile_ set regagent_] dump

  $ns flush-trace
  flush $tracef
  close $tracef
  close $namf
  puts "running nam with $opt(namfile) ... "
  exec nam $opt(namfile) &
  exit 0
}


################################################################
# Main 
################################################################
proc main { } {
   global opt ns TOPOM namf n tracef mobile_ cn_ 
   # Source Files
   # source set-def-options.tcl 
   # set BASEDIR to your own correct path
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mipv6-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-tools.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-topo.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/ns-topoman.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-global.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/mobility/timer.tcl

   set NAMF mip2.nam
   set TRACEF mip2.tr
   set INFOF mip2.info

   set opt(mactrace) ON
   set opt(NAM) 1 
   set opt(namfile) $NAMF
   set opt(stop) 100
   set opt(tracefile) $TRACEF
   
   #>--------------- Extract options from command line ---------------<
   #Getopt    ; # Get option from the command line    
   #DisplayCommandLine
   
   #>---------------------- Simulator Settings ----------------------<
   set ns [new Simulator]
   #>------------------------ Open trace files ----------------------<
   exec rm -f $opt(tracefile)
   set tracef [open $opt(tracefile) w]
   #... dump the file
   $ns trace-all $tracef
    
   set namf [open $opt(namfile) w]
   $ns namtrace-all-wireless $namf 800 800

   #>------------- Protocol and Topology Settings -------------------<
   create-my-topo
   log-mn-movement_no_topo
   
   set-cbr
# set-ping-int 0.1 $cn_ $mobile_ 10 $opt(stop)


   # set-ping-int 0.1 $cn_ $mobile_ 10 $opt(stop)
   #start movement to pos(x,y) with velocity v
   $ns at 5.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 200 10"
   #MN move again to BS2#####
   $ns at 15.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 300 10"
   $ns at 25.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 400 10"
   $ns at 35.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 500 10"
   $ns at 45.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 600 10"
   $ns at 55.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 500 10"
   $ns at 65.0 "$mobile_ setdest 400 400 10"
   $ns at 75.0 "$mobile_ setdest 300 300 10"
   $ns at 85.0 "$mobile_ setdest 500 250 10"
   $ns at 95.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 175 10"
   $ns at 105.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 200 10"


   #>----------------------- Run Simulation -------------------------<
   $ns at $opt(stop) "finish"
   $ns run

   $ns dump-topology $namf
   close $namf
   #puts "running nam with $opt(namfile) ... "
   #exec nam $opt(namfile) &
}

proc set-cbr { } {
   global ns cn_ mobile_
   set udp [new Agent/UDP]
   $ns attach-agent $cn_ $udp
   
   set dst [new Agent/Null]
   $ns attach-agent $mobile_ $dst
   $ns connect $udp $dst

   set src [new Application/Traffic/CBR]
   $src set packetSize_ 1000
   $src set rate_ 100k
   $src set interval_ 0.05
   $src attach-agent $udp
   $ns at 01.0 "$src start"
} 

main
please help me, and also tell me how to calculate throughput , handover latency etc
 
Old 05-03-2012, 09:22 AM   #4
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#3 : The code works OK here. ( See the attached image.)
Quote:
please help me, and also tell me how to calculate throughput , handover latency
Sorry, not something I have any knowledge about.

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Old 05-03-2012, 11:10 AM   #5
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its ok knudfl...
now can you tell me that how to simulate HMIPv6, is there any patch for that??? actually i am going to compare it with MIPv6. i am working on fedora 14 and have installed ns-2.33 with mobiwan. please suggest..

thanks in advance
 
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any one please tell, is there any patch for HMIPv6 , i got the patch for FHMIPv6 but do not know how to patch it. i am using ns-2.33 on fedora 14. the patch i got is for ns-2.31. i have also patched MOBIWAN and have run MIPV6. now i want to simulate HMIPv6 & FHMIPV6. please anybody help me..


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Old 08-18-2012, 06:27 AM   #7
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Hi,

I have the same problem, i am working with ns2.33 and ns2.31.
I simulated mipv6, and fmipv4, but I want to simulate also FMIPv6 and HMIPv6.
Please tell me how to do this.

Thanks in advance,
Kristina
 
Old 02-13-2013, 06:18 AM   #8
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hi ,

i want to simulate mipv6,hmipv6 and fhmipv6.finally i need to compare the results interms of handover delay,throughput and packet loss rate.

can anybody help me ?
 
Old 02-17-2013, 08:45 AM   #9
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Ref. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ml#post4889631
> post # 85

> simula.tcl
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Old 02-27-2013, 07:44 AM   #10
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Hi,
I'm using NS2.33 with Mobiwan Extension on Fedora 13
what are the changes to be made to this script inorder to run mipv4 simulation for the same topology.
your valuable suggestions are welcome...

Thanks
Kumar

Code:
  
# Basic Mobile IPv6 example without using ns-topoman
# Needs proc defined in file proc-mipv6-config.tcl

Agent/MIPv6/MN set bs_forwarding_     0       ; # 1 if forwarding from previous BS
################################################################
proc log-mn-movement_no_topo { } {
  global logtimer ns
  Class LogTimer -superclass Timer
  LogTimer instproc timeout {} {
     global mobile_
        $mobile_ log-movement 
        $self sched 1 
  }
  set logtimer [new LogTimer]
  $logtimer sched 1  
}

################################################################
# Create Topology
################################################################
proc create-my-topo {} {
  global ns opt topo mobile_ cn_ mn_nodes_

  # Create and define topography
  set topo        [new Topography]
     #set prop        [new $opt(prop)]
     #$prop topography $topo
  $topo load_flatgrid 800 800

  # god is a necessary object when wireless is used
  # set to a value equal to the number of mobile nodes
  create-god 1 

  # Call node-config
  $ns node-config \
        -addressType hierarchical \
     -agentTrace ON \
    -macTrace ON \
     -routerTrace ON \

  # Set NS Addressing
  AddrParams set domain_num_ 2 
  AddrParams set cluster_num_ {1 5}
  AddrParams set nodes_num_ {1 1 3 1 1 1}

  # Create Nodes
  set cn_ [create-router 0.0.0]
  set router_ [create-router 1.0.0]
  set bs1_ [create-base-station 1.1.0 1.0.0 200 200 0]
  set bs2_ [create-base-station 1.2.0 1.0.0 200 600 0]
  set bs3_ [create-base-station 1.3.0 1.0.0 600 200 0]
  set bs4_ [create-base-station 1.4.0 1.0.0 600 600 0]
  set mobile_ [create-mobile 1.1.1 1.1.0 190 190 0 1 0.01]


  # Create Links
  $ns duplex-link $cn_ $router_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs1_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs2_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs3_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
  $ns duplex-link $router_ $bs4_ 100Mb 1.80ms DropTail
#giving orientation
#$ns duplex-link-op $cn_ $router_ orient right-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs1_ orient left-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs2_ orient down
#$ns duplex-link-op $router_ $bs3_ orient right-down
#$ns duplex-link-op $bs3_ $bs4_ orient right


  display_ns_addr_domain
}



################################################################
# End of Simulation
################################################################
proc finish { } {
  global tracef ns namf opt mobile_ cn_
  
  puts "Simulation finished" 
  # Dump the Binding Update List of MN and Binding Cache of HA
  [[$mobile_ set ha_] set regagent_] dump
  [$cn_ set regagent_] dump
  [$mobile_ set regagent_] dump

  $ns flush-trace
  flush $tracef
  close $tracef
  close $namf
  puts "running nam with $opt(namfile) ... "
  exec nam $opt(namfile) &
  exit 0
}


################################################################
# Main 
################################################################
proc main { } {
   global opt ns TOPOM namf n tracef mobile_ cn_ 
   # Source Files
   # source set-def-options.tcl 
   # set BASEDIR to your own correct path
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mipv6-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-tools.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-topo.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/ns-topoman.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-global.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/mobility/timer.tcl

   set NAMF mip2.nam
   set TRACEF mip2.tr
   set INFOF mip2.info

   set opt(mactrace) ON
   set opt(NAM) 1 
   set opt(namfile) $NAMF
   set opt(stop) 100
   set opt(tracefile) $TRACEF
   
   #>--------------- Extract options from command line ---------------<
   #Getopt    ; # Get option from the command line    
   #DisplayCommandLine
   
   #>---------------------- Simulator Settings ----------------------<
   set ns [new Simulator]
   #>------------------------ Open trace files ----------------------<
   exec rm -f $opt(tracefile)
   set tracef [open $opt(tracefile) w]
   #... dump the file
   $ns trace-all $tracef
    
   set namf [open $opt(namfile) w]
   $ns namtrace-all-wireless $namf 800 800

   #>------------- Protocol and Topology Settings -------------------<
   create-my-topo
   log-mn-movement_no_topo
   
   set-cbr
# set-ping-int 0.1 $cn_ $mobile_ 10 $opt(stop)


   # set-ping-int 0.1 $cn_ $mobile_ 10 $opt(stop)
   #start movement to pos(x,y) with velocity v
   $ns at 5.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 200 10"
   #MN move again to BS2#####
   $ns at 15.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 300 10"
   $ns at 25.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 400 10"
   $ns at 35.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 500 10"
   $ns at 45.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 600 10"
   $ns at 55.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 500 10"
   $ns at 65.0 "$mobile_ setdest 400 400 10"
   $ns at 75.0 "$mobile_ setdest 300 300 10"
   $ns at 85.0 "$mobile_ setdest 500 250 10"
   $ns at 95.0 "$mobile_ setdest 600 175 10"
   $ns at 105.0 "$mobile_ setdest 700 200 10"


   #>----------------------- Run Simulation -------------------------<
   $ns at $opt(stop) "finish"
   $ns run

   $ns dump-topology $namf
   close $namf
   #puts "running nam with $opt(namfile) ... "
   #exec nam $opt(namfile) &
}

proc set-cbr { } {
   global ns cn_ mobile_
   set udp [new Agent/UDP]
   $ns attach-agent $cn_ $udp
   
   set dst [new Agent/Null]
   $ns attach-agent $mobile_ $dst
   $ns connect $udp $dst

   set src [new Application/Traffic/CBR]
   $src set packetSize_ 1000
   $src set rate_ 100k
   $src set interval_ 0.05
   $src attach-agent $udp
   $ns at 01.0 "$src start"
} 

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Post # 10, @kumar_s : Welcome to LQ.
MIPv6 http://techsolns4u.blogspot.dk/2011/...on-in-ns2.html
Quote:
what are the changes to be made to this script inorder to run mipv4
Code:
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mipv6-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-tools.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-topo.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/ns-topoman.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-global.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/lib/proc-mobi-config.tcl
   source /home/sibs/ns233/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/tcl/mobility/timer.tcl
Some functions in /ns-2.33/tcl/lib/** are compiled into the executable 'ns'.
And your 'ns' is a dedicated mipv6 setup, I think.

Possible solution : Set up another ns-allinone-2.xx to do mipv4.
You can have as many versions / differently patched versions of ns2 as you want,
installed at the same time. But do not add anything to .bashrc / .bash_profile.

Examples mip : http://tagus.inesc-id.pt/~pestrela/ns2/mobility.html
> http://tagus.inesc-id.pt/~pestrela/n...fhmip.patch.gz
> ns2.31_fhmip.patch.gz : For ns-allinone-2.31.

FHMIP1.3.1, ns-2.31 http://www.pudn.com/downloads103/sou...ail422234.html

... Or use an unpatched ns-allinone-2.34 ?

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Hi,
I'm using NS2.33 with Mobiwan Extension on Fedora 13.
I did mipv6 simulation and then i executed a awk script to calculate packet delivery ratio.
i got wrong results.

received packets are 50% less than the sent packets but dropped packets are lessthan 3%
i think the sent packet count is more due to the adding counts of control packets.

here i'm attaching my trace file data.
guide me how to get proper packet delivery ratio.
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Old 06-02-2013, 02:51 AM   #13
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hi... i was patching mobiwan patch and got this error messege after do "make"

trace/trace.cc: At global scope:
trace/trace.cc:185:1: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
trace/trace.cc:185:1: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
trace/trace.cc:185:1: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
trace/trace.cc:185:1: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
trace/trace.cc:185:1: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
trace/trace.cc: In static member function ‘static int Trace::get_seqno(Packet*)’:
trace/trace.cc:201:36: error: ‘PT_BU’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:201:50: error: ‘PT_BU_HA’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:201:67: error: ‘PT_BU_CN’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:202:11: error: ‘PT_BU_BS’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:202:28: error: ‘PT_BACK’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:202:44: error: ‘PT_BREQ’ was not declared in this scope
trace/trace.cc:202:60: error: ‘PT_RADS’ was not declared in this scope
make: *** [trace/trace.o] Error


can anyone tell me what's wrong with it?
 
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# 13 .

Please have a look at post #2 : No 'make'. For Ubuntu 11.04 it is, example :
1) Unpack a new ns-allinone-2.33.tar.gz in a new directory.
2) $ cd ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/ && patch -p1 < ns-233-mobiwan-1.patch
3) $ cd ../ && export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./install
4) $ cd ns-2.33/ ; $ strip ns ; $ cp ns ns-mobiwan ;
$ sudo cp ns-mobiwan /usr/local/bin/
5) $ cd tcl/mobiwan/ ; $ ns-mobiwan simple-mipv6.tcl ; $ nam out.nam

If you anyway did reconfigure in ns-2.33/ with plain ./configure :
Please redo with : a) $ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./configure
b) $ make clean && make

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Mobiwan running error

I am trying to install mobiwan on ns2.35 and i got this error when running simple-mipv6.tcl file after installing it:

invalid command name "Agent/MN"
while executing
"Agent/MN set bs_forwarding_ 0 "
(file "simple-mipv6.tcl" line 4)
 
  


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