← ref. #4.
I also doubt whether I am using NS2.33 or NS2.35
When you have more than one version of ns2, the file name 'ns' should not be used.
$ cd ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33/
$ cp ns ns-mobiwan-r
$ sudo cp ns-mobiwan-r /usr/local/bin/
... All simulations will work OK like $ ns-mobiwan-r
etc. etc., unless you have a newish OS like Ubuntu 12.04 :
All examples will show `Segmentation faultī with mobiwan-an,
may be also with the mobiwan-rfc3775 extension.
Only the old "mobiwan-1" works perfectly in a contemporary OS.
Oldish OSīs for later mobiwan+ns2 : CentOS 6.6 -i686 (supported till 2017),
Or the old Ubuntuīs 10.10 -i686 and 10.04.4 -i686 (unsupported, unsafe.)
Simulation examples ( for ns-2.3x/tcl/mobiwan/
) : mobiwan-examples.tar.gz
ns3 : Please ask in the ns3 Forum , "ns-3-users" →
* Generally, ns3 is to be used if it can do the job.
* ns3 is constantly being developed, updated. Current is version 3.22.
* ns2 has not really been maintained for years. Only small adjustments are added.