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Old 08-23-2011, 07:18 PM   #1
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NS2 Packet forwarding in WSN

Dear ns2 users i am trying to simulate wireless sensor network with
ns2.29 I need your advice what to do in terms of
-which transport layer packets should is use TCP/UDP
-if i have to include multihop data flow in my network how should i
configure my node to forward some packets for another neighbour node
I have been reading for a while about classifiers and connectors should
we declare the classifier in our tcl scripts or it is already included
in any node we create
and what about the connector should i attach it to the node after
configuring it
I will be so thankful for anyone who had a previous experience with wsn



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