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Old 02-29-2016, 02:18 AM   #1
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Number of hops along a route using AODV protocol in ns2.35


I want to have the number of hops along a route i.e. hop count in AODV using ns2.35. I want to get this value from bns2.35 inbuilt codes i.e.from .cc files.So, how can I get this ?
 
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I want to have the number of hops along a route i.e. hop count in AODV using ns2.35. I want to get this value from bns2.35 inbuilt codes i.e.from .cc files.So, how can I get this ?
You write the code/scripts to do it. Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature...we will be happy to HELP YOU with what you have done/tried on your own, but we WILL NOT write scripts for you. Google can point you to THOUSANDS of examples to help get you started, along with just searching the forums here.
 
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You write the code/scripts to do it. Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature...we will be happy to HELP YOU with what you have done/tried on your own, but we WILL NOT write scripts for you. Google can point you to THOUSANDS of examples to help get you started, along with just searching the forums here.
oops' wrong person
 
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I want to have the number of hops along a route i.e. hop count in AODV using ns2.35. I want to get this value from bns2.35 inbuilt codes i.e.from .cc files.So, how can I get this ?
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