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Old 07-10-2012, 09:44 PM   #1
fralan123
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NS2 Invalid PSDU/MPDU length error using DSR in 802.15.4


Hi, when i run simulations using DSR in 802.15.4 i got this error:

[wpan/p802_15_4phy.cc::PD_DATA_request][20.615044](node 99) Invalid PSDU/MPDU length: type = DSR, src = 99, dst = -1, uid = 3, mac_uid = 1660, size = 159

I know that it is because the packet max length is 127, but im using 50 so i dont know how to fix the problem.
 
  


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