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Old 08-26-2011, 08:23 PM   #1
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invalid command name "RouteLogic/Wavelength"


I install ns2.30 in usr on fedora 6.0,after the installation,when perform: cd /usr/ns-allinone-2.30 ./ns .The % can appear.But when i cd /usr/ns-allinone-2.30/ns-2.30/tcl/ex/ns.simple.tcl
there is an error:
ns:
[code omitted because of length]
:invalid command name "RouteLogic/Wavelength"
while executing
"RouteLogic/Wavelength instproc init args {
eval $self next $args
}"
Please help me.I have no idea about it.thank you very much.
 
Old 08-27-2011, 12:18 AM   #2
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Looks like a modified ns-2.30 :
Either something went wrong, or the new 'ns' can only be used for files.tcl
using the new protocol. Which patching did you add ? Protocol name(s) ?

A standard ns-2.30 :
Code:
./ns simple.tcl 
210
0.0037499999999999999
running nam...
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Old 08-27-2011, 01:28 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by knudfl View Post
Looks like a modified ns-2.30 :
Either something went wrong, or the new 'ns' can only be used for files.tcl
using the new protocol. Which patching did you add ? Protocol name(s) ?

A standard ns-2.30 :
Code:
./ns simple.tcl 
210
0.0037499999999999999
running nam...
I use my senior's computer.He has graduated.
my senior say,he added the owns on ns2.33 which he installed in usr,but i have delete something about owns.
when I install the ns2.30 in root,there is a same error.
 
Old 08-27-2011, 01:35 AM   #4
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I want to add a route protocol in ns .A month agao i installed ns2.29 in Cygwin on XP.After i installed,i do make,make install,everything is OK.But when i carry out the script language .there is an error
(_014 cmd line 1)
invoked from within
"_014 cmd addr"
invoked from within
"catch "$self cmd $args" ret"
invoked from within
"if [catch "$self cmd $args" ret] {
set cls [$self info class]
global errorInfo
set savedInfo $errorInfo
error "error when calling class $cls: $args" $..."
(procedure "_o14" line 2)
(SplitObject unknown line 2)
invoked from within
"_o14 addr"
("eval" body line 1)
invoked from within
"eval $node addr $args"
("default" arm line 2)
invoked from within
"switch -exact $routingAgent_ {
DSDV {
set ragent [$self create-dsdv-agent $node]
}
DSR {
$self at 0.0 "$node start-dsr"
}
AODV {
set ragent [$self cre..."
(procedure "_o3" line 11)
(Simulator create-wireless-node line 11)
invoked from within
"_o3 create-wireless-node"
("eval" body line 1)
invoked from within
"eval $self create-wireless-node $args"
(procedure "_o3" line 23)
(Simulator node line 23)
invoked from within
"$ns_ node"
("for" body line 2)
invoked from within
"for {set i 0} {$i < $val(nn) } {incr i} {
set node_($i) [$ns_ node]
$node_($i) random-motion 0;
}"
(file "cyl2.tcl" line 114)


I have no resolution for one month,then i began to use LINUX.
 
Old 08-28-2011, 07:54 PM   #5
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If you are really running F6, you should know that that is way obsolete; current is F15.
 
Old 08-28-2011, 08:17 PM   #6
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But my senior use it very well.I think this is not because F6 is obsolete.
 
Old 08-29-2011, 04:10 AM   #7
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If you want any answers, you will have to respond to the questions in post #2

→ Which patching did you add ? Protocol name(s) ? etc. etc. modifications.

If it's something named OWns, then please provide a link to the files
and the OWns documentation.

And post # 4 : The command that produces the errors must be specified.
Also post #4 : ""I want to add a route protocol in ns""
Then please tell which protocol, and how you added it. ( To 'Makefile' ?).
..

Last edited by knudfl; 08-29-2011 at 04:22 AM.
 
Old 08-29-2011, 09:06 PM   #8
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If you want any answers, you will have to respond to the questions in post #2

→ Which patching did you add ? Protocol name(s) ? etc. etc. modifications.

If it's something named OWns, then please provide a link to the files
and the OWns documentation.

And post # 4 : The command that produces the errors must be specified.
Also post #4 : ""I want to add a route protocol in ns""
Then please tell which protocol, and how you added it. ( To 'Makefile' ?).
..

post for #4:I add a zigbee network route protocol,as fellows:


// File: zbr.cc
// Mode: C++; c-basic-offset:8; tab-width:8; indent-tabs-mode:t

// Copyright (c) 2003-2004 Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and
// The City University of New York. All rights reserved.

// ZigBee Routing (ZBR) is based on ZBR and Cluster-Tree.
// The ZBR part presented here is from Carnegie Mellon University's ns2
// ZBR simulation code (see the following copyright notice)


/*
Copyright (c) 1997, 1998 Carnegie Mellon University. All Rights
Reserved.

Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software and its documentation is hereby granted (including for
commercial or for-profit use), provided that both the copyright notice and
this permission notice appear in all copies of the software, derivative
works, or modified versions, and any portions thereof, and that both notices
appear in supporting documentation, and that credit is given to Carnegie
Mellon University in all publications reporting on direct or indirect use of
this code or its derivatives.

ALL CODE, SOFTWARE, PROTOCOLS, AND ARCHITECTURES DEVELOPED BY THE CMU
MONARCH PROJECT ARE EXPERIMENTAL AND ARE KNOWN TO HAVE BUGS, SOME OF
WHICH MAY HAVE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES. CARNEGIE MELLON PROVIDES THIS
SOFTWARE OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN ITS ``AS IS'' CONDITION,
AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE OR
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.

Carnegie Mellon encourages (but does not require) users of this
software or intellectual property to return any improvements or
extensions that they make, and to grant Carnegie Mellon the rights to
redistribute these changes without encumbrance.

The ZBR code developed by the CMU/MONARCH group was optimized and tuned by
Samir Das and Mahesh Marina, University of Cincinnati. The work was
partially done in Sun Microsystems. Modified for gratuitous replies by Anant
Utgikar, 09/16/02.

*/

#include <zbr/zbr.h>
#include <zbr/zbr_packet.h>
#include <random.h>
#include <cmu-trace.h>
#include <zbr/zbr_link.h>
#include <energy-model.h>

#define max(a,b) ( (a) > (b) ? (a) : (b) )
#define CURRENT_TIME Scheduler::instance().clock()

//#define ZBRDEBUG
//#define ERROR

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
int extra_route_reply = 0;
int limit_route_request = 0;
int route_request = 0;
#endif

/*
TCL Hooks
*/



//// zhu: Global constants are defined here.
/*
===========================================================================
*/
/* Structure to store the networking layer's system parameters.
*/
/*
===========================================================================
*/
NET_SYSTEM_CONFIG NetSystemConfig = {
85, /* BlockSize */ //
4, /* Cm */ //
3, /* Lm */ //
1, /* Default Freq */
300, /* Ticks per frame */
30, /* Frames per update */
6, /* Name to address mapping update period */
15, /* Lower RSSI limit */
20, /* Middle RSSI limit */
25 /* Upper RSSI limit */
};

//// end zhu

/*
TCL Hooks
*/


int hdr_zbr:ffset_;
static class ZBRHeaderClass : public PacketHeaderClass {
public:
ZBRHeaderClass() : PacketHeaderClass("PacketHeader/ZBR",
sizeof(hdr_all_zbr)) {
bind_offset(&hdr_zbr:ffset_);
}
} class_rtProtoZBR_hdr;

static class ZBRclass : public TclClass {
public:
ZBRclass() : TclClass("Agent/ZBR") {}
TclObject* create(int argc, const char*const* argv) {
assert(argc == 5);
//return (new ZBR((nsaddr_t) atoi(argv[4])));
return (new ZBR((nsaddr_t) Address::instance().str2addr(argv[4])));
}
//
virtual void bind();
virtual int method(int argc, const char*const* argv);
//
} class_rtProtoZBR;

//
void ZBRclass::bind()
{
TclClass::bind();
add_method("Cm");
add_method("Lm");
add_method("BSize");
add_method("CSkip");
}

int ZBRclass::method(int ac, const char*const* av)
{
//bind global variables or static variables of class
//here we bind
// NetSystemConfig.Cm
// NetSystemConfig.Lm
// NetSystemConfig.BlockSize

int i;
unsigned int j;
const char *optlist[] = {"Cm","Lm","BSize","CSkip"};
Tcl& tcl = Tcl::instance();
int argc = ac - 2;
const char*const* argv = av + 2;

if (argc >=2)
for (i=0;i<4;i++)
{
if (strcmp(argv[1], optlist[i]) == 0) break;
}

if (argc == 2)
{
j=99;
switch(i)
{
case 0:
j=NetSystemConfig.Cm;
break;
case 1:
j=NetSystemConfig.Lm;
break;
case 2:
j=NetSystemConfig.BlockSize;
break;
default:
break;
}
tcl.resultf("%u",j);
return (TCL_OK);
}
else if(argc == 3)
{
if ((i == 2)&&(strcmp(argv[2],"calc") == 0))
NetSystemConfig.BlockSize = ZBR::Cskip_BSize();
else
{
j = atoi(argv[2]);
switch(i)
{
case 0:
NetSystemConfig.Cm = j;
break;
case 1:
NetSystemConfig.Lm = j;
break;
case 2:
NetSystemConfig.BlockSize = j;
break;
case 3:
j=ZBR::c_skip(j);
tcl.resultf("%u",j);
break;
default:
break;
}
}
return (TCL_OK);
}
return TclClass::method(ac, av);
}
//

int
ZBR::command(int argc, const char*const* argv) {
Tcl& tcl = Tcl::instance();

//
if (strcmp(argv[1], "RNType") == 0)
{
if (argc == 2) //get value
tcl.resultf("%d",RNType);
else if (argc == 3) //set value
RNType = atoi(argv[2]);
return TCL_OK;
}
//

if(argc == 2) {
if(strncasecmp(argv[1], "id", 2) == 0) {
tcl.resultf("%d", index);
return TCL_OK;
}

if(strncasecmp(argv[1], "start", 2) == 0) {
btimer.handle((Event*) 0);

#ifndef ZBR_LINK_LAYER_DETECTION
ntimer.handle((Event*) 0);
#endif // LINK LAYER DETECTION

rtimer.handle((Event*) 0);
return TCL_OK;
}
}
else if(argc == 3) {
if(strcmp(argv[1], "index") == 0) {
index = atoi(argv[2]);
return TCL_OK;
}

else if(strcmp(argv[1], "log-target") == 0 || strcmp(argv[1], "tracetarget") == 0) {
logtarget = (Trace*) TclObject::lookup(argv[2]);
if(logtarget == 0)
return TCL_ERROR;
return TCL_OK;
}
else if(strcmp(argv[1], "drop-target") == 0) {
int stat = rqueue.command(argc,argv);
if (stat != TCL_OK) return stat;
return Agent::command(argc, argv);
}
else if(strcmp(argv[1], "if-queue") == 0) {
ifqueue = (PriQueue*) TclObject::lookup(argv[2]);

if(ifqueue == 0)
return TCL_ERROR;
return TCL_OK;
}
else if (strcmp(argv[1], "port-dmux") == 0) {
dmux_ = (PortClassifier *)TclObject::lookup(argv[2]);
if (dmux_ == 0) {
fprintf (stderr, "%s: %s lookup of %s failed\n", __FILE__,
argv[1], argv[2]);
return TCL_ERROR;
}
return TCL_OK;
}
}

/*
else if(argc == 4) {
if(strcmp(argv[1], "Add_Nb") == 0) {

nb_insert(atoi(argv[2]), argv[3][0]);
return TCL_OK;
}
}
*/

return Agent::command(argc, argv);
}

/*
Constructor
*/

ZBR::ZBR(nsaddr_t id) : Agent(PT_ZBR),
btimer(this), ntimer(this),
rtimer(this), lrtimer(this), rqueue() {


index = id;
RNType = 1; //zheng: add -- default RN+
chkAddZBRLink(index,this); //zheng: add
bid = 1;

LIST_INIT(&nbhead);
LIST_INIT(&bihead);

logtarget = 0;
ifqueue = 0;

dRate = 20000.0; //assume the lowest rate at this moment

/*
//// zhu: binding C++ variable to tcl

//// Node information
bind("NodeID",&myNodeID);
bind("Depth",&myDepth);
bind("ParentNodeID",&myParentNodeID);
bind("RNType",&RNType);
*/
}

/*
Timers
*/

void
ZBR_BroadcastTimer::handle(Event*) {
agent->id_purge();
Scheduler::instance().schedule(this, &intr, ZBR_BCAST_ID_SAVE);
}

void
ZBR_NeighborTimer::handle(Event*) {
agent->nb_purge();
Scheduler::instance().schedule(this, &intr, ZBR_HELLO_INTERVAL);
}

void
ZBR_RouteCacheTimer::handle(Event*) {
agent->rt_purge();
#define ZBR_FREQUENCY 0.5 // sec
Scheduler::instance().schedule(this, &intr, ZBR_FREQUENCY);
}

void
ZBR_LocalRepairTimer::handle(Event* p) { // SRD: 5/4/99
zbr_rt_entry *rt;
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP( (Packet *)p);

/* you get here after the timeout in a local repair attempt */
/* fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", __FUNCTION__); */


rt = agent->rtable.rt_lookup(ih->daddr());

if (rt && rt->rt_flags != RTF_UP) {
//
if (!rt->all_brct_flag)
{
rt->all_brct_flag = 1; //zheng: let's try once more with set
rt->rt_req_timeout = 0.0;
rt->rt_req_cnt = 0;
rt->rt_req_last_ttl = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER / 2 + 1;
//rt->rt_req_last_ttl = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER;
agent->local_rt_repair(rt, (Packet *)p, true);
}
else if (rt->rt_req_cnt < ZBR_RREQ_RETRIES)
{
rt->rt_req_timeout = 0.0;
rt->rt_req_last_ttl = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER / 2 + 1;
//rt->rt_req_last_ttl = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER;
agent->local_rt_repair(rt, (Packet *)p, true);
}
else
//
{
agent->rt_down(rt);
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr,"Node %d: Dst - %d, failed local repair\n",index, rt->rt_dst);
#endif
Packet::free((Packet *)p);
}
}
else
Packet::free((Packet *)p);
}


/*
Broadcast ID Management Functions
*/


void
ZBR::id_insert(nsaddr_t id, u_int32_t bid) {
ZBR_BroadcastID *b = new ZBR_BroadcastID(id, bid);

assert(b);
b->expire = CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_BCAST_ID_SAVE;
LIST_INSERT_HEAD(&bihead, b, link);
}

/* SRD */
bool
ZBR::id_lookup(nsaddr_t id, u_int32_t bid) {
ZBR_BroadcastID *b = bihead.lh_first;

// Search the list for a match of source and bid
for( ; b; b = b->link.le_next) {
if ((b->src == id) && (b->id == bid))
return true;
}
return false;
}

void
ZBR::id_purge() {
ZBR_BroadcastID *b = bihead.lh_first;
ZBR_BroadcastID *bn;
double now = CURRENT_TIME;

for(; b; b = bn) {
bn = b->link.le_next;
if(b->expire <= now) {
LIST_REMOVE(b,link);
delete b;
}
}
}

/*
Helper Functions
*/

double
ZBR::PerHopTime(zbr_rt_entry *rt) {
int num_non_zero = 0, i;
double total_latency = 0.0;

if (!rt)
return ((double) ZBR_NODE_TRAVERSAL_TIME );

for (i=0; i < MAX_HISTORY; i++) {
if (rt->rt_disc_latency[i] > 0.0) {
num_non_zero++;
total_latency += rt->rt_disc_latency[i];
}
}
if (num_non_zero > 0)
return(total_latency / (double) num_non_zero);
else
return((double) ZBR_NODE_TRAVERSAL_TIME);
}

/*
Link Failure Management Functions
*/

static void
zbr_rt_failed_callback(Packet *p, void *arg) {
((ZBR*) arg)->rt_ll_failed(p);
}

/*
* This routine is invoked when the link-layer reports a route failed.
*/
void
ZBR::rt_ll_failed(Packet *p) {
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt;
nsaddr_t broken_nbr = ch->next_hop_;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
ZBR_Neighbor* nbr;
nbr = nb_lookup (broken_nbr);
//NEW END

//FIX: added by Yong on 11/13/03
if (nbr && (ch->xmit_reason_ == 1)) {
nbr->NodeFailure = 0;
nbr->FailCounter = 0;
Packet::free(p);
return;
}
//FIX END



//NEW: Yong: ZBR_LINK_LAYER_DETECTION has to be enabled for local repair
#ifndef ZBR_LINK_LAYER_DETECTION
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
#else
//NEW END


/*
* Non-data packets and Broadcast Packets can be dropped.
*/
if(! DATA_PACKET(ch->ptype()) ||
(u_int32_t) ih->daddr() == IP_BROADCAST) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
return;
}
log_link_broke(p);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
/* if((rt = rtable.rt_lookup(ih->daddr())) == 0) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
return;
} */
//NEW END


log_link_del(ch->next_hop_);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
#ifdef ZBR_LOCAL_REPAIR

if (!nbr)
{
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
return;
}

//FIX: added by Yong on 11/13/03

if ( nbr->FailCounter < ZBR_FAIL_THRESHOLD ) {
/* zheng: no retransmission required in our doc
if ((ch->ptype() != PT_ZBR)&&(nbr->FailCounter < ZBR_FAIL_THRESHOLD - 1)) //zheng: should try to retransmit the packet
{
ch->size() -= IP_HDR_LEN;
Scheduler::instance().schedule(this, p, ((Random::random() % (5 + 10 * nbr->FailCounter)))*(HDR_CMN(p)->size()/dRate * 8));
}
else
*/
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
nbr->FailCounter ++;
return;
}
//FIX END

rt = rtable.rt_lookup(ih->daddr());

//int rt_hops = rt?rt->rt_hops:-1;
//if (ch->num_forwards() > rt_hops) //zheng: add -- perform local repair only if the broken link is closer to the destination
{
if (RNType == 1) {
if(rt == 0) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
return;
}
else {
rt_down(rt);

if ((nbr->Rel == 0) || (nbr->Rel == 2)) {

rt->all_brct_flag = 1;
nbr->NodeFailure = 1;
}
else
rt->all_brct_flag = 0;
}
}
else {
if (rt == 0)
rt = rtable.rt_add(ih->daddr());
else
rt_down(rt);
rt->all_brct_flag = 1;
nbr->NodeFailure = 1;
}


rt->rt_ori_src = ih->saddr();
rt->loc_repl_flag = 1;

local_rt_repair(rt, p);

/*/* if the broken link is closer to the dest than source,
attempt a local repair. Otherwise, bring down the route. */


/*if (ch->num_forwards() > rt->rt_hops) {
local_rt_repair(rt, p); // local repair
// retrieve all the packets in the ifq using this link,
// queue the packets for which local repair is done,
return;
}*/
}
#else
{
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
// Do the same thing for other packets in the interface queue using the
// broken link -Mahesh
while((p = ifqueue->filter(broken_nbr))) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);
}
nb_delete(broken_nbr);
}
#endif // LOCAL REPAIR

//NEW END

#endif // LINK LAYER DETECTION
}

void
ZBR::handle_link_failure(nsaddr_t id) {
zbr_rt_entry *rt, *rtn;
for(rt = rtable.head(); rt; rt = rtn) { // for each rt entry
rtn = rt->rt_link.le_next;
if ((rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2) && (rt->rt_nexthop == id) /**/
&& (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP) /**/ ) {
// assert (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s(%f): %d\t(%d)\n", __FUNCTION__, CURRENT_TIME, index,
rt->rt_nexthop);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG
rt_down(rt);
}
// remove the lost neighbor from all the precursor lists
}
}

void
ZBR::local_rt_repair(zbr_rt_entry *rt, Packet *p, bool retry) {
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr,"%s: Dst - %d\n", __FUNCTION__, rt->rt_dst);
#endif

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
// Buffer the packet
if (!retry)
rqueue.enque(p);
//drop(p, DROP_RTR_MAC_CALLBACK);

// mark the route as under repair
//rt->rt_flags = RTF_IN_REPAIR;

sendRequest(rt->rt_dst);

//NEW END

// set up a timer interrupt

//
// is not properly set
double delay;
if (!rt->all_brct_flag)
delay = 2.0 * (double) HDR_IP(p)->ttl_ * PerHopTime(rt);
else
delay = 2.0 * (double)(2 * NetSystemConfig.Lm) * PerHopTime(rt);
//
Scheduler::instance().schedule(&lrtimer, retry?p->copy(), delay);
}

void
ZBR::rt_update(zbr_rt_entry *rt, u_int16_t metric,
nsaddr_t nexthop, double expire_time) {

rt->rt_hops = metric;
rt->rt_flags = RTF_UP;
rt->rt_nexthop = nexthop;
rt->rt_expire = expire_time;
}

void
ZBR::rt_down(zbr_rt_entry *rt) {
/*
* Make sure that you don't "down" a route more than once.
*/

if(rt->rt_flags == RTF_DOWN) {
return;
}

// assert (rt->rt_seqno%2); // is the seqno odd?
rt->rt_last_hop_count = rt->rt_hops;
rt->rt_hops = INFINITY2;
rt->rt_flags = RTF_DOWN;
rt->rt_nexthop = 0;
rt->rt_expire = 0;

} /* rt_down function */

/*
Route Handling Functions
*/

void
ZBR::rt_resolve(Packet *p) {
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt;


//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
nsaddr_t cluster_tree_rt;
ZBR_Neighbor* nbr;
//NEW END

/*
* Set the transmit failure callback. That
* won't change.
*/
ch->xmit_failure_ = zbr_rt_failed_callback;
ch->xmit_failure_data_ = (void*) this;


//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

rt = rtable.rt_lookup(ih->daddr());

//NEW END



//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

if(rt && (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP)) {
assert(rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
forward(rt, p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}
else {

if (RNType == 0) {
cluster_tree_rt = rt_clusterTree(ih->daddr());

nbr = nb_lookup (cluster_tree_rt);

//zheng: here must check if is null or not.
int nbr_NodeFailure = (nbr)?nbr->NodeFailure:1; //zheng: treated as failure if the node is not on the neighbor list

//NEW: Yong modified on 11/07/03 for one bug
if (((rt == 0) || (rt->rt_flags != RTF_UP)) && (nbr_NodeFailure != 1)) {
//NEW END

tree_forward(cluster_tree_rt, p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
return;
}
else if (nbr_NodeFailure == 1) {
if (rt == 0) {
rt = rtable.rt_add(ih->daddr());
rt->all_brct_flag = 1;
rt->loc_repl_flag = 1;
}
rqueue.enque(p);

rt->rt_ori_src = ih->saddr();

sendRequest(rt->rt_dst);
return;

}

}

//For RN+:

else {

if (rt == 0) {
rt = rtable.rt_add(ih->daddr());
//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
rt->all_brct_flag = 0;
rt->loc_repl_flag = 0;
//NEW END
}

//If there is no existing routing entry, buffer data firstly.
rqueue.enque(p);

//If it is not the source node, it must be an agent node, so set up a reverse
//entry toward the source if there is not an existing one.

if(ih->saddr() != index) {

// We make sure that the REVERSE route is in the route table.
zbr_rt_entry *rt0; // rt0 is the reverse route
rt0 = rtable.rt_lookup(ih->saddr());


if(rt0 == 0) { /* if not in the route table */

// create an entry for the reverse route.
rt0 = rtable.rt_add(ih->saddr());
rt0->all_brct_flag = 0;
rt0->loc_repl_flag = 0;
rt0->rt_expire = max(rt0->rt_expire, (CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_REV_ROUTE_LIFE));
rt_update(rt0, (NetSystemConfig.Lm - myDepth), ch->prev_hop_, max(rt0->rt_expire, (CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_REV_ROUTE_LIFE)) );

}


/* Find out whether any buffered packet can benefit from the
* reverse route.
* May need some change in the following code - Mahesh 09/11/99
*/
//
if (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP)
{
assert (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
Packet *buffered_pkt;
while ((buffered_pkt = rqueue.deque(rt0->rt_dst))) {
if (rt0 && (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP)) {
assert(rt0->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
forward(rt0, buffered_pkt, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}
}
}
}

rt->rt_ori_src = ih->saddr();

sendRequest(rt->rt_dst);


}
// End for putting reverse route in rt table
}



//NEW END

}



//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

// Added by zhu for tree-routing

nsaddr_t
ZBR::rt_clusterTree(nsaddr_t dst) {
//struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
//struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);

//// zhu
u_int32_t FinalDstNodeID, InitialSrcNodeID, ID;
int i;
ZBR_Neighbor* nb;
//ZBR_Node* node;

nsaddr_t NextHop;

FinalDstNodeID = getIpAddrFrLogAddr(dst); //

if ((FinalDstNodeID < myNodeID) || (FinalDstNodeID >= (myNodeID+1+(ZBR::c_skip(myDepth)*NetSystemConfig.Cm)))) {

NextHop = getIpAddrFrLogAddr(myParentNodeID); //
return NextHop;
}

else {
if (NetSystemConfig.Cm > 1)
{
for (i=0; i < FinalDstNodeID;i++)
{
if (i > 0)
{
NextHop = getIpAddrFrLogAddr(myNodeID+1+((i-1)*ZBR::c_skip(myDepth)));
return NextHop;

}
else
{
//* Error. Impossible situation.
//error_proc(NOM_DATA_FORWARD_NO_CHILD);
}
break;
}
}
else //// zhu: Cm==1
{
NextHop = getIpAddrFrLogAddr(myNodeID + 1);
return NextHop;
}
}
}

//// zhu: end */

//NEW END


void
ZBR::rt_purge() {
zbr_rt_entry *rt, *rtn;
double now = CURRENT_TIME;
double delay = 0.0;
Packet *p;
Packet *prev;

for(rt = rtable.head(); rt; rt = rtn) { // for each rt entry
rtn = rt->rt_link.le_next;
if ((rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP) && (rt->rt_expire < now)) {
// if a valid route has expired, purge all packets from
// send buffer and invalidate the route.
assert(rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
while((p = rqueue.deque(rt->rt_dst))) {
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: calling drop()\n",
__FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG
drop(p, DROP_RTR_NO_ROUTE);
}
rt_down(rt);
}
else if (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP) {
// If the route is not expired,
// and there are packets in the sendbuffer waiting,
// forward them. This should not be needed, but this extra
// check does no harm.
assert(rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
while((p = rqueue.deque(rt->rt_dst))) {
forward (rt, p, delay);
delay += ZBR_ARP_DELAY;
}
}
else if (rqueue.find(rt->rt_dst)) {
// If the route is down and
// if there is a packet for this destination waiting in
// the sendbuffer, then send out route request. sendRequest
// will check whether it is time to really send out request
// or not.
// This may not be crucial to do it here, as each generated
// packet will do a sendRequest anyway.

//sendRequest(rt->rt_dst);


rqueue.findPacketWithDst(rt->rt_dst, p, prev);
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);


//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
rt->rt_ori_src = ih->saddr();
//NEW END

sendRequest(rt->rt_dst);

}
}

}

/*
Packet Reception Routines
*/

void
ZBR::recv(Packet *p, Handler*) {
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);


assert(initialized());
//assert(p->incoming == 0);
// XXXXX NOTE: use of incoming flag has been depracated; In order to track direction of pkt flow, direction_ in hdr_cmn is used instead. see packet.h for details.

//zheng: we need to populate the neighbor list here.
// note that the real relationship should be set through association.
nb_insert(ch->prev_hop_,NEIGHBOR);

//NEW: Yong modified on 11/07/03
ZBR_Neighbor *nbr;
nbr = nb_lookup(ch->prev_hop_);
nbr->NodeFailure = 0;

//FIX: Yong modified on 11/13/03
nbr->FailCounter = 0;
//FIX END

//NEW END

if(ch->ptype() == PT_ZBR) {
ih->ttl_ -= 1;
recvZBR(p);
return;
}

/*
* Must be a packet I'm originating...
*/

if((ih->saddr() == index) && (ch->num_forwards() == 0)) {
/*
* Add the IP Header
*/
ch->size() += IP_HDR_LEN;
// To handle broadcasting
if ( (u_int32_t)ih->daddr() != IP_BROADCAST)
ih->ttl_ = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER;
}
/*
* I received a packet that I sent. Probably
* a routing loop.
*/
else if(ih->saddr() == index) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_ROUTE_LOOP);
return;
}
/*
* Packet I'm forwarding...
*/
else {
/*
* Check the TTL. If it is zero, then discard.
*/
if(--ih->ttl_ == 0) {
drop(p, DROP_RTR_TTL);
return;
}
}

// Added by Parag Dadhania && John Novatnack to handle broadcasting
if ( (u_int32_t)ih->daddr() != IP_BROADCAST)
{
rt_resolve(p);
}
else
forward((zbr_rt_entry*) 0, p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);

}

void
ZBR::recvZBR(Packet *p) {
struct hdr_zbr *ah = HDR_ZBR(p);

assert(HDR_IP (p)->sport() == RT_PORT);
assert(HDR_IP (p)->dport() == RT_PORT);

/*
* Incoming Packets.
*/
switch(ah->ah_type) {

case ZBRTYPE_RREQ:
recvRequest(p);
break;

case ZBRTYPE_RREP:
recvReply(p);
break;

default:
fprintf(stderr, "Invalid ZBR type (%x)\n", ah->ah_type);
exit(1);
}
}


void
ZBR::recvRequest(Packet *p) {
//struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
struct hdr_zbr_request *rq = HDR_ZBR_REQUEST(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
nsaddr_t src_tree_rt;
nsaddr_t dst_tree_rt;
//NEW END

/*
* Drop if:
* - I'm the source
* - I recently heard this request.
*/

if(rq->rq_src == index) {
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: got my own REQUEST\n", __FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG
Packet::free(p);
return;
}


//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

if ((RNType == 0) && (rq->all_brct_flag != 1)) {

src_tree_rt = rt_clusterTree(rq->rq_src);

if (rq->loc_repl_flag != 1)
rq->loc_repl_flag = 0;

if (src_tree_rt == ih->saddr()) {

if(rq->rq_dst == index) {
sendReply(rq->rq_src, // IP Destination
1, // Hop Count
index, // Dest IP Address
ZBR_MY_ROUTE_TIMEOUT, // Lifetime
rq->rq_timestamp, 0, rq->loc_repl_flag, 0);

Packet::free(p);
}

else if ((dst_tree_rt = rt_clusterTree(rq->rq_dst)) == ih->saddr())
Packet::free(p);

else {
ih->saddr() = index;
ih->daddr() = IP_BROADCAST; //Question: IP level broadcast packet?
rq->rq_hop_count += 1;
tree_forward(dst_tree_rt, p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}

}
else
Packet::free(p);
return;
}
// NEW END



if (id_lookup(rq->rq_src, rq->rq_bcast_id)) {

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: discarding request\n", __FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG

Packet::free(p);
return;
}

/*
* Cache the broadcast ID
*/
id_insert(rq->rq_src, rq->rq_bcast_id);
 
Old 08-29-2011, 09:07 PM   #9
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Registered: Aug 2011
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/*
* We are either going to forward the REQUEST or generate a
* REPLY. Before we do anything, we make sure that the REVERSE
* route is in the route table.
*/
zbr_rt_entry *rt0; // rt0 is the reverse route

rt0 = rtable.rt_lookup(rq->rq_src);

//
int newrt=0;
//
if(rt0 == 0) { /* if not in the route table */
// create an entry for the reverse route.
rt0 = rtable.rt_add(rq->rq_src);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
rt0->all_brct_flag = 0;
rt0->loc_repl_flag = 0;
//NEW END

//
newrt=1;
//
}

rt0->rt_expire = max(rt0->rt_expire, (CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_REV_ROUTE_LIFE));


///NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
//
if (newrt || rq->loc_repl_flag || (rq->rq_hop_count < rt0->rt_hops)) {
rt_update(rt0, /*rq->rq_src_seqno, */rq->rq_hop_count, ih->saddr(),
max(rt0->rt_expire, (CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_REV_ROUTE_LIFE)) );
//
// NEW END

if (rt0->rt_req_timeout > 0.0) {
// Reset the soft state and
// Set expiry time to CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_ACTIVE_ROUTE_TIMEOUT
// This is because route is used in the forward direction,
// but only sources get benefited by this change
rt0->rt_req_cnt = 0;
rt0->rt_req_timeout = 0.0;
rt0->rt_req_last_ttl = rq->rq_hop_count;
rt0->rt_expire = CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_ACTIVE_ROUTE_TIMEOUT;
}

/* Find out whether any buffered packet can benefit from the
* reverse route.
* May need some change in the following code - Mahesh 09/11/99
*/
assert (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
Packet *buffered_pkt;
while ((buffered_pkt = rqueue.deque(rt0->rt_dst))) {
if (rt0 && (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP)) {
assert(rt0->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
forward(rt0, buffered_pkt, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}
}
}
// End for putting reverse route in rt table


/*
* We have taken care of the reverse route stuff.
* Now see whether we can send a route reply.
*/

rt = rtable.rt_lookup(rq->rq_dst);

// First check if I am the destination ..

if(rq->rq_dst == index) {

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%d - %s: destination sending reply\n",
index, __FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG


// Just to be safe, I use the max. Somebody may have
// incremented the dst seqno.


sendReply(rq->rq_src, // IP Destination
1, // Hop Count
index, // Dest IP Address
ZBR_MY_ROUTE_TIMEOUT, // Lifetime
rq->rq_timestamp,
rq->all_brct_flag, rq->loc_repl_flag, 0); // timestamp

Packet::free(p);
}

/*
* Can't reply. So forward the Route Request
*/
else {
ih->saddr() = index;
ih->daddr() = IP_BROADCAST;
rq->rq_hop_count += 1;
// Maximum sequence number seen en route
forward((zbr_rt_entry*) 0, p, ZBR_DELAY);
}

}


void
ZBR::recvReply(Packet *p) {
//struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
struct hdr_zbr_reply *rp = HDR_ZBR_REPLY(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt;
char suppress_reply = 0;
double delay = 0.0;

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%d - %s: received a REPLY\n", index, __FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG


/*
* Got a reply. So reset the "soft state" maintained for
* route requests in the request table. We don't really have
* have a separate request table. It is just a part of the
* routing table itself.
*/
// Note that rp_dst is the dest of the data packets, not the
// the dest of the reply, which is the src of the data packets.

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

rt = rtable.rt_lookup(rp->rp_dst);

if ((RNType == 0) && (rp->all_brct_flag != 1)) {

//NEW: Yong modified on 11/07/03 for one bug
if(rt && (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP))
rt_down(rt);
//NEW END

if (ih->daddr() == index)
Packet::free(p);
else {
rp->rp_hop_count += 1;
rp->rp_src = index; //question: why?
tree_forward(rt_clusterTree(ih->daddr()), p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}
return;
}

//NEW END


/*
* If I don't have a rt entry to this host... adding
*/
//
int newrt=0;
//
if(rt == 0) {
rt = rtable.rt_add(rp->rp_dst);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
rt->all_brct_flag = 0;
rt->loc_repl_flag = 0;
//NEW END

newrt=1;
}

/*
* Add a forward route table entry... here I am following
* Perkins-Royer ZBR paper almost literally - SRD 5/99
*/

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
//
if (newrt || rp->loc_repl_flag || (rt->rt_hops >= rp->rp_hop_count)) { // shorter
//
//NEW END

// Update the rt entry
rt_update(rt, rp->rp_hop_count,
rp->rp_src, CURRENT_TIME + rp->rp_lifetime);

// reset the soft state
rt->rt_req_cnt = 0;
rt->rt_req_timeout = 0.0;
rt->rt_req_last_ttl = rp->rp_hop_count;

if (ih->daddr() == index) { // If I am the original source
// Update the route discovery latency statistics
// rp->rp_timestamp is the time of request origination

rt->rt_disc_latency[rt->hist_indx] = (CURRENT_TIME - rp->rp_timestamp)
/ (double) rp->rp_hop_count;
// increment indx for next time
rt->hist_indx = (rt->hist_indx + 1) % MAX_HISTORY;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

if ((rt->rt_ori_src != index) && (rp->grat_flag !=1)) {
sendReply(rp->rp_dst, // IP Destination
1, // Hop Count
rt->rt_ori_src, // Dest IP Address
ZBR_MY_ROUTE_TIMEOUT, // Lifetime
rp->rp_timestamp, rp->all_brct_flag, rp->loc_repl_flag, 1);
delay = 0.01 + 0.01 * Random::uniform();
}

//NEW END
}

/*
* Send all packets queued in the sendbuffer destined for
* this destination.
* XXX - observe the "second" use of p.
*/
Packet *buf_pkt;
while((buf_pkt = rqueue.deque(rt->rt_dst))) {
if ((rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2)/**/ && (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP) /**/) {
// assert (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
// Delay them a little to help ARP. Otherwise ARP
// may drop packets. -SRD 5/23/99
forward(rt, buf_pkt, delay);
delay += ZBR_ARP_DELAY;
}
}
}
else {
suppress_reply = 1;
}

/*
* If reply is for me, discard it.
*/

if(ih->daddr() == index || suppress_reply) {
Packet::free(p);
}
/*
* Otherwise, forward the Route Reply.
*/
else {
// Find the rt entry
zbr_rt_entry *rt0 = rtable.rt_lookup(ih->daddr());
// If the rt is up, forward
if(rt0 && (rt0->rt_hops != INFINITY2) /**/ && (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP) /**/) {
// assert (rt0->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
rp->rp_hop_count += 1;
rp->rp_src = index;
forward(rt0, p, ZBR_NO_DELAY);
}
else {
// I don't know how to forward .. drop the reply.
#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: dropping Route Reply\n", __FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG
drop(p, DROP_RTR_NO_ROUTE);
}
}
}

---------- Post added 08-29-11 at 09:07 PM ----------

/*
Packet Transmission Routines
*/

void
ZBR::forward(zbr_rt_entry *rt, Packet *p, double delay) {
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);

if(ih->ttl_ == 0) {

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: calling drop()\n", __PRETTY_FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG

drop(p, DROP_RTR_TTL);
return;
}

if (ch->ptype() != PT_ZBR && ch->direction() == hdr_cmn::UP &&
((u_int32_t)ih->daddr() == IP_BROADCAST)
|| ((u_int32_t)ih->daddr() == here_.addr_)) {
dmux_->recv(p,0);
return;
}

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
ch->prev_hop_ = index;
//NEW END


if (rt) {
assert(rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP);
rt->rt_expire = CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_ACTIVE_ROUTE_TIMEOUT;
ch->next_hop_ = rt->rt_nexthop;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_ILINK;
//ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_INET;
//NEW END

ch->direction() = hdr_cmn:OWN; //important: change the packet's direction
}
else { // if it is a broadcast packet
// assert(ch->ptype() == PT_ZBR); // maybe a diff pkt type like gaf
assert(ih->daddr() == (nsaddr_t) IP_BROADCAST);
ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_NONE;
ch->direction() = hdr_cmn:OWN; //important: change the packet's direction
}

if (ih->daddr() == (nsaddr_t) IP_BROADCAST) {
// If it is a broadcast packet
assert(rt == 0);
/*
* Jitter the sending of broadcast packets by 10ms
*/
Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p,
0.01 * Random::uniform());
}
else { // Not a broadcast packet
if(delay > 0.0) {
Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p, delay);
}
else {
// Not a broadcast packet, no delay, send immediately


Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p, 0.);
}
}

}

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
void
ZBR::tree_forward(nsaddr_t tree_rt, Packet *p, double delay) {
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);

if(ih->ttl_ == 0) {

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "%s: calling drop()\n", __PRETTY_FUNCTION__);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG

drop(p, DROP_RTR_TTL);
return;
}

ch->next_hop_ = tree_rt;
ch->prev_hop_ = index;
ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_ILINK;
//ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_INET;

ch->direction() = hdr_cmn:OWN; //important: change the packet's direction

Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p, 0.); //delay=0
}

//NEW END



void
ZBR::sendRequest(nsaddr_t dst) {

// Allocate a RREQ packet
Packet *p = Packet::alloc();
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
struct hdr_zbr_request *rq = HDR_ZBR_REQUEST(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt = rtable.rt_lookup(dst);

assert(rt);

/*
* Rate limit sending of Route Requests. We are very conservative
* about sending out route requests.
*/

if (rt->rt_flags == RTF_UP) {
assert(rt->rt_hops != INFINITY2);
Packet::free((Packet *)p);
return;
}

if (rt->rt_req_timeout > CURRENT_TIME) {
Packet::free((Packet *)p);
return;
}

// rt_req_cnt is the no. of times we did network-wide broadcast
// ZBR_RREQ_RETRIES is the maximum number we will allow before
// going to a long timeout.

if (rt->rt_req_cnt > ZBR_RREQ_RETRIES) {
rt->rt_req_timeout = CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_MAX_RREQ_TIMEOUT;
rt->rt_req_cnt = 0;
Packet *buf_pkt;
while ((buf_pkt = rqueue.deque(rt->rt_dst))) {
drop(buf_pkt, DROP_RTR_NO_ROUTE);
}
Packet::free((Packet *)p);
return;
}

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "(%2d) - %2d sending Route Request, dst: %d\n",
++route_request, index, rt->rt_dst);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG

// Determine the TTL to be used this time.
// Dynamic TTL evaluation - SRD

rt->rt_req_last_ttl = max(rt->rt_req_last_ttl,rt->rt_last_hop_count);

if (0 == rt->rt_req_last_ttl) {
// first time query broadcast
ih->ttl_ = ZBR_TTL_START;
}
else {
// Expanding ring search.
if (rt->rt_req_last_ttl < ZBR_TTL_THRESHOLD)
ih->ttl_ = rt->rt_req_last_ttl + ZBR_TTL_INCREMENT;
else {
// network-wide broadcast
ih->ttl_ = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER;
rt->rt_req_cnt += 1;
}
}

// remember the TTL used for the next time
rt->rt_req_last_ttl = ih->ttl_;

// PerHopTime is the roundtrip time per hop for route requests.
// The factor 2.0 is just to be safe .. SRD 5/22/99
// Also note that we are making timeouts to be larger if we have
// done network wide broadcast before.

rt->rt_req_timeout = 2.0 * (double) ih->ttl_ * PerHopTime(rt);
if (rt->rt_req_cnt > 0)
rt->rt_req_timeout *= rt->rt_req_cnt;
rt->rt_req_timeout += CURRENT_TIME;

// Don't let the timeout to be too large, however .. SRD 6/8/99
if (rt->rt_req_timeout > CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_MAX_RREQ_TIMEOUT)
rt->rt_req_timeout = CURRENT_TIME + ZBR_MAX_RREQ_TIMEOUT;
rt->rt_expire = 0;

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "(%2d) - %2d sending Route Request, dst: %d, tout %f ms\n",
++route_request,
index, rt->rt_dst,
rt->rt_req_timeout - CURRENT_TIME);
#endif // ZBRDEBUG


// Fill out the RREQ packet
// ch->uid() = 0;
ch->ptype() = PT_ZBR;
ch->size() = IP_HDR_LEN + rq->size();
ch->iface() = -2;
ch->error() = 0;
ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_NONE;
ch->prev_hop_ = index; // ZBR hack

ih->saddr() = index;
ih->daddr() = IP_BROADCAST;
ih->sport() = RT_PORT;
ih->dport() = RT_PORT;



// Fill up some more fields.
rq->rq_type = ZBRTYPE_RREQ;
rq->rq_hop_count = 1;
rq->rq_bcast_id = bid++;
rq->rq_dst = dst;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

if (rt->all_brct_flag == 1)
rq->all_brct_flag = 1;
else
rq->all_brct_flag = 0;

if (rt->loc_repl_flag == 1)
rq->loc_repl_flag = 1;
else
rq->loc_repl_flag = 0;
//NEW END

rq->rq_src = index;
rq->rq_timestamp = CURRENT_TIME;


Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p, 0.);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
id_insert(rq->rq_src, rq->rq_bcast_id);
//NEW END

}

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
void
ZBR::sendReply(nsaddr_t ipdst, u_int32_t hop_count, nsaddr_t rpdst,
u_int32_t lifetime, double timestamp,
unsigned int allbrctflag, unsigned int locreplflag, unsigned int grat) {
//NEW END

Packet *p = Packet::alloc();
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);
struct hdr_ip *ih = HDR_IP(p);
struct hdr_zbr_reply *rp = HDR_ZBR_REPLY(p);
zbr_rt_entry *rt = rtable.rt_lookup(ipdst);

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

nsaddr_t rt_entry;

if ((RNType == 0) && (allbrctflag != 1))
rt_entry = rt_clusterTree(ipdst);
else
rt_entry = rt->rt_nexthop;


//NEW: END

#ifdef ZBRDEBUG
fprintf(stderr, "sending Reply from %d at %.2f\n", index,
Scheduler::instance().clock());
#endif // ZBRDEBUG
//assert(rt); //zheng: no longer true in ZBR

rp->rp_type = ZBRTYPE_RREP;
//rp->rp_flags = 0x00;
rp->rp_hop_count = hop_count;
rp->rp_dst = rpdst;
rp->rp_src = index;
rp->rp_lifetime = lifetime;
rp->rp_timestamp = timestamp;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing
rp->all_brct_flag = allbrctflag;
rp->loc_repl_flag = locreplflag;
rp->grat_flag = grat;
//NEW END

// ch->uid() = 0;
ch->ptype() = PT_ZBR;
ch->size() = IP_HDR_LEN + rp->size();
ch->iface() = -2;
ch->error() = 0;

ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_ILINK;
// ch->addr_type() = NS_AF_INET;

//NEW: Yong modified on 10/10/03 for ZigBee routing

ch->next_hop_ = rt_entry;
//ch->next_hop_ = rt->rt_nexthop;
//NEW END

ch->prev_hop_ = index; // ZBR hack
ch->direction() = hdr_cmn:OWN;

ih->saddr() = index;
ih->daddr() = ipdst;
ih->sport() = RT_PORT;
ih->dport() = RT_PORT;
ih->ttl_ = ZBR_NETWORK_DIAMETER;

Scheduler::instance().schedule(target_, p, 0.0003);

}

/*
Neighbor Management Functions
*/

void
ZBR::sscs_nb_insert(nsaddr_t id, unsigned char Rel)
{
ZBR_Neighbor *nb;

nb = nb_lookup(id);
if(nb) //update relationship
nb->Rel = Rel;
else //add a new neighbor
nb_insert(id,Rel);
}

void
ZBR::nb_insert(nsaddr_t id, unsigned char Rel) {

ZBR_Neighbor *nb;
//
nb = nb_lookup(id);
if(nb) return;
//

nb = new ZBR_Neighbor(id);
assert(nb);
nb->nb_expire = CURRENT_TIME +
(1.5 * ZBR_ALLOWED_HELLO_LOSS * ZBR_HELLO_INTERVAL);
//// added by zhu
nb->Rel = Rel;
//// end zhu

//FIX: added by Yong on 11/13/03
nb->NodeFailure = 0;
nb->FailCounter = 0;
//FIX END

LIST_INSERT_HEAD(&nbhead, nb, nb_link);
}


ZBR_Neighbor*
ZBR::nb_lookup(nsaddr_t id) {
ZBR_Neighbor *nb = nbhead.lh_first;

for(; nb; nb = nb->nb_link.le_next) {
if(nb->nb_addr == id) break;
}
return nb;
}


/*
* Called when we receive *explicit* notification that a Neighbor
* is no longer reachable.
*/
void
ZBR::nb_delete(nsaddr_t id) {
ZBR_Neighbor *nb = nbhead.lh_first;

log_link_del(id);

for(; nb; nb = nb->nb_link.le_next) {
if(nb->nb_addr == id) {
LIST_REMOVE(nb,nb_link);
delete nb;
break;
}
}

handle_link_failure(id);

}


/*
* Purges all timed-out Neighbor Entries - runs every
* HELLO_INTERVAL * 1.5 seconds.
*/
void
ZBR::nb_purge() {
ZBR_Neighbor *nb = nbhead.lh_first;
ZBR_Neighbor *nbn;
double now = CURRENT_TIME;

for(; nb; nb = nbn) {
nbn = nb->nb_link.le_next;
if(nb->nb_expire <= now) {
nb_delete(nb->nb_addr);
}
}

}

//NEW: Yong and Zhu modified for ZigBee routing

// Return Cskip value based on Cm and Lm.
unsigned int
ZBR::c_skip(unsigned int Li)
{
double Cm_sum = 0, Cm_mul = 1;
unsigned int cskip;

for (int k=0; k<=Li; k++)
{
Cm_sum = Cm_sum + pow(NetSystemConfig.Cm, k);
Cm_mul = Cm_mul * NetSystemConfig.Cm;
}

cskip = (int)((NetSystemConfig.BlockSize - Cm_sum)/Cm_mul);
return cskip;
}

//NEW END

//calculate the block size from Cm and Lm (assume full block)
unsigned int
ZBR::Cskip_BSize(void)
{
int Bsize = 1;
int cb = 1;
int i;
for (i = 0; i < NetSystemConfig.Lm; i++)
{
cb *= NetSystemConfig.Cm;
Bsize += cb;
}

return Bsize;
}

//

static const int abr_verbose = 0;
void
ZBR::log_link_del(nsaddr_t dst)
{
static int link_del = 0;

if(! logtarget || ! abr_verbose) return;

/*
* If "god" thinks that these two nodes are still
* reachable then this is an erroneous deletion.
*/
sprintf(logtarget->pt_->buffer(),
"A %.9f _%d_ deleting LL hop to %d (delete %d is %s)",
CURRENT_TIME,
index,
dst,
++link_del,
God::instance()->hops(index, dst) != 1 ? "VALID" :
"INVALID");
logtarget->pt_->dump();
}


void
ZBR::log_link_broke(Packet *p)
{
static int link_broke = 0;
struct hdr_cmn *ch = HDR_CMN(p);

if(! logtarget || ! abr_verbose) return;

sprintf(logtarget->pt_->buffer(),"A %.9f _%d_ LL unable to deliver packet %d to %d (%d) (reason = %d, ifqlen = %d)",
CURRENT_TIME,
index,
ch->uid_,
ch->next_hop_,
++link_broke,
ch->xmit_reason_,
ifqueue->length());
logtarget->pt_->dump();
}

void
ZBR::log_link_kept(nsaddr_t dst)
{
static int link_kept = 0;

if(! logtarget || ! abr_verbose) return;


/*
* If "god" thinks that these two nodes are now
* unreachable, then we are erroneously keeping
* a bad route.
*/
sprintf(logtarget->pt_->buffer(),
"A %.9f _%d_ keeping LL hop to %d (keep %d is %s)",
CURRENT_TIME,
index,
dst,
++link_kept,
God::instance()->hops(index, dst) == 1 ? "VALID" :
"INVALID");
logtarget->pt_->dump();
}

//end of file: zbr.cc
 
Old 08-29-2011, 09:08 PM   #10
aicaicai
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Registered: Aug 2011
Posts: 40

Original Poster
Rep: Reputation: Disabled
now it can be simulation ,but there is route request:
v 0 eval {set sim_annotation {(at 0.0) ftp traffic from node 19 to node 6}}
s 0.000985000 _19_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [6729728 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577021 _23_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [5874688 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577026 _12_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577035 _22_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577036 _2_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577045 _7_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577047 _8_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.003577049 _20_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 13 800] ------- [19:255 -1:255 30 0] [0x2 1 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.005502610 _22_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.007857188 _7_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094623 _12_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094626 _8_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094642 _7_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094644 _19_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094649 _11_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094655 _23_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.008094656 _2_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 16 800] ------- [22:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.010228206 _2_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449213 _8_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [1077936128 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449213 _12_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449214 _2_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449217 _5_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449221 _22_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449221 _14_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449226 _11_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449227 _23_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449231 _16_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.010449233 _19_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 7 800] ------- [7:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.010978219 _11_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff b 800] ------- [11:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.012180232 _7_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [1406632448 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.012180240 _12_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-1986645760 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.012820226 _23_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [5874688 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.012820230 _14_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.012820235 _5_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.012820243 _19_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 2 800] ------- [2:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.012930243 _8_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff b 800] ------- [11:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [349760768 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.012930258 _22_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff b 800] ------- [11:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [1451257856 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.013301223 _14_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff e 800] ------- [14:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.013570262 _3_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff b 800] ------- [11:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [1073217536 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.014036918 _8_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 8 800] ------- [8:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.014091899 _12_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff c 800] ------- [12:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [1078479360 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.014375211 _20_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 14 800] ------- [20:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [4222720 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.015253247 _2_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff e 800] ------- [14:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [365148928 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.015893232 _5_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff e 800] ------- [14:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [5874688 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.015893263 _16_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff e 800] ------- [14:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.015893264 _0_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff e 800] ------- [14:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.015988943 _11_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 8 800] ------- [8:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [349760768 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.015988943 _7_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 8 800] ------- [8:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [594077696 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.016043912 _22_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff c 800] ------- [12:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [730166784 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.016043925 _19_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff c 800] ------- [12:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [87560192 2]] (REQUEST)
D 0.016043931 _23_ MAC LQI 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff c 800] ------- [12:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-2092216832 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.016631418 _5_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.016967241 _4_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 14 800] ------- [20:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [1073217536 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.016967258 _21_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 14 800] ------- [20:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.016967259 _15_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 14 800] ------- [20:255 -1:255 29 0] [0x2 2 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223428 _14_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223447 _2_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223448 _7_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223449 _16_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223454 _0_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.019223466 _23_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 5 800] ------- [5:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.019603233 _16_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff 10 800] ------- [16:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
s 0.019797143 _15_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 55 [0 ffffffff f 800] ------- [15:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [0 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.022195258 _0_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 10 800] ------- [16:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [5874688 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.022195263 _5_ MAC --- 0 ZBR 48 [0 ffffffff 10 800] ------- [16:255 -1:255 28 0] [0x2 3 1 [6 19] [-350469376 2]] (REQUEST)
r 0.022195266 _

---------- Post added 08-29-11 at 09:09 PM ----------

there is an error:
starting simulation
channel.cc:sendup -cale highestantennaz_ and distcst_
highestantennaz_=1.5,distcst_=35.9
sorting list ...done!
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
 
  


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