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Old 06-16-2014, 02:19 AM   #1
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Urgent Please help me in . Nam is not showing the packet flow???


I am using NS2.33 version. I wrote a patch for qlbp algorithm and installed inside the library. While am using this qlbp queue the NAM is not showing the packet flow but its working properly when i call droptail queue. Every other analysis like congestion window and queue is correctly plotting. Please help me in this.....

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Old 06-16-2014, 09:47 AM   #2
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I am using NS2.33 version. I wrote a patch for qlbp algorithm and installed inside the library. While am using this qlbp queue the NAM is not showing the packet flow but its working properly when i call droptail queue. Every other analysis like congestion window and queue is correctly plotting. Please help me in this.....
Sorry, this is NOT URGENT for ANYONE HERE; this is a volunteer forum. Expecting others to hurry up and help you is fairly rude.

That said, your question is confusing. If YOU wrote the patch, and it has a problem...wouldn't YOU be the one who understands the code best, and would be best able to troubleshoot/fix it?? And based on what you post, there's nothing we can even guess at, since you don't show us the code, tell us version/distro of Linux, version of NS(2/3/whatever) you're using, or even an error message. We can't guess.
 
Old 06-17-2014, 01:50 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I am very much new to Linux and NS2. I have installed qlbp.cc inside queue library in NS2.33 with ubuntu 12.10 version. The throughput analysis and all worked well. But the Network animator is not showing any packet flow like before the installation of QLBP.cc. I hope my question is clear now. Is there any way to make the NAM show packet flow. Pls help me in this.
 
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Thanks for the reply. I am very much new to Linux and NS2. I have installed qlbp.cc inside queue library in NS2.33 with ubuntu 12.10 version. The throughput analysis and all worked well. But the Network animator is not showing any packet flow like before the installation of QLBP.cc. I hope my question is clear now. Is there any way to make the NAM show packet flow. Pls help me in this.
Spell out your words, please. And please re-read my previous reply: If you are having problems with code that YOU WROTE, there's little we can help you with. You still haven't provided the code, so we have no idea on what you need to change to make things work.
 
  


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