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Old 08-25-2011, 07:32 AM   #1
shanky
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Simulation mesh using hwmp in ns2


Hii,

i am using ns2 2.34 and i need to simulate codes based on 802.11s using hwmp.But i have come across several papers where i've read that ns2 doesnt fully support 802.11s and has some restrictions.So what do i do?? Shud i jump to ns3 or is it possible to simulate in ns2 using hwmp protocol.Pls help me i am a little confused.

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Old 08-28-2011, 10:09 PM   #2
umair ahmed
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I wanna simulate wireless mesh network too using ns2.34 ,if you find anything useful please tell me ,I have the same objective and issues as yours. mail me if you find anyhing meetuashah@yahoo.com
 
  


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