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may I pop in a remark? So, OP, are you a software developer? I am. I consult books and the internet (well, the internet mostly)... I hate to RTFM you, believe me, but...we are NOT, repeat NOT here to further your career...
If you, as a developer/programmer are professionally stuck with some code...take the professional attitude to resolve it...
Dont take this the wrong way, but...I worked as a developer for years (now I load trucks for a living) and I had nobody to ask help to...
As mentioned...quit whining and be a professional...and at least show some understanding to the good folks here...
(sorry for the hastily typed typos)
Last edited by ButterflyMelissa; 05-16-2015 at 09:07 AM.
Reason: correcting some hastily typed typos :)
Distribution: Linux From Scratch, Slackware64, Partedmagic
If you look at the posted script the top bit contains this:
# Test for MutiFaceNodes using Triggers.
# Scenario: Create a multi-interface node using different technologies
# There is a TCP connection between the router0 and MultiFaceNode.
# We first use the UMTS interface, then we switch the traffic
# to the 802.11 interface when it becomes available.
# When the node leaves the coverage area of 802.11, it creates a link going down
# event to redirect to UMTS.
# Topology scenario:
# router0(1.0.0)---router1(2.0.0)-----------bstation80216(4.0.0) +------------------------------------+
# \ + iface1:802.11(3.0.1)| |
# \ +---------------------+ MutiFaceNode |
# rnc(0.0.0) + iface0:UMTS(0.0.2) | (5.0.0) |
# | +---------------------+ |
# bstationUMTS(0.0.1)->) + iface2:80216(4.0.0) | |
# +---------------------| |
# + iface:LTE(0.0.3) | |
so yes this is not only homework but OP is too stupid ( or thinks we are ) to remove the question!
Last edited by Keith Hedger; 05-16-2015 at 05:36 PM.
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@OP - please, read the rules, obey them, dont press and...hey...wise up, please...