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Old 05-03-2013, 12:27 PM   #31
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# 30 .

Most important : Code must be presented in code tags ..
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Type [/code] at code end, and [code] at code start.

I.e. you will have to delete the "code text" in post #30,
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Old 05-04-2013, 06:16 AM   #32
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This source code is some part of Vector base forward(vbf.tcl) routing protocol, my question is what is different between node 0 and node 1?and why?
how we define sink node and mobile node and source node?

when I run this file the packet always goes to node 0 as it was defined as sink node,but where we should define as sink node?

regards.

#Set the Sink node


set node_(0) [ $ns_ node 0]
$node_(0) set sinkStatus_ 1
$god_ new_node $node_(0)
$node_(0) set X_ 500
$node_(0) set Y_ 0
$node_(0) set Z_ 0
$node_(0) set passive 1

set rt [$node_(0) set ragent_]
$rt set control_packet_size $opt(routing_control_packet_size)

# a_->timeout((Packet*) e)

set a_(0) [new Agent/UWSink]
$ns_ attach-agent $node_(0) $a_(0)
$a_(0) attach-vectorbasedforward $opt(width)
$a_(0) cmd set-range $opt(range)
$a_(0) cmd set-target-x -20
$a_(0) cmd set-target-y -10
$a_(0) cmd set-target-z -20
$a_(0) cmd set-filename $opt(datafile)
$a_(0) cmd set-packetsize $opt(packet_size) ;# # of bytes


set node_(1) [ $ns_ node 1]
$node_(1) set sinkStatus_ 1
$god_ new_node $node_(1)
$node_(1) set X_ 440
$node_(1) set Y_ 0
$node_(1) set Z_ 0
$node_(1) set passive 1

set rt [$node_(1) set ragent_]
$rt set control_packet_size $opt(routing_control_packet_size)
$node_(1) set max_speed $opt(maxspeed)
$node_(1) set min_speed $opt(minspeed)
$node_(1) set position_update_interval_ $opt(position_update_interval)
set a_(1) [new Agent/UWSink]
$ns_ attach-agent $node_(1) $a_(1)
$a_(1) attach-vectorbasedforward $opt(width)
$a_(1) cmd set-range $opt(range)
$a_(1) cmd set-target-x -30
$a_(1) cmd set-target-y -10
$a_(1) cmd set-target-z -20
$a_(1) cmd set-filename $opt(datafile)
$a_(1) cmd set-packetsize $opt(packet_size) ;# # of bytes
#$node_(1) move
 
Old 05-12-2013, 02:16 AM   #33
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hello
I want to do comparison between routing protocol performance with the defferents metric but i don't know how to draw a graph like below: can you suggest me a software to draw sth like this picture?
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Old 08-14-2013, 12:25 AM   #34
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HI

If you install the package then you have DBR and VBF and ... as a routing protocol. It doesn't need to write the codes your self.
Hi, i have installed aquasim-1.0. It do not contain DBR protocol. Will somebody suggest me the version of aquasim so that i can get codes of DBR protocol. Also the link from where i can get it.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 08-14-2013, 12:58 AM   #35
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Post # 34, @naznin : Welcome.
Quote:
It do not contain DBR protocol.
What do you mean ?
Code:
$ cd ns-2.30/ && grep -Rin dbr *

common/packet.h:75:#define HDR_DBR(p)      (hdr_dbr::access(p))  /* hai's dbr */
common/packet.h:185:    PT_DBR,
common/packet.h:294:            name_[PT_DBR]="dbr";
dbr/README:5:   Add DBR agent 
dbr/README:6:   Create create-dbr-agent proc
dbr/README:10:  Add PT_DBR
dbr/dbr.cc:30:#define   DBR_MAX_DELAY   0.2     // maximal propagation delay for one hop
dbr/dbr.cc:31:#define DBR_MAX_RANGE     100     // maximal transmmition range
dbr/dbr.cc:32:#define DBR_MIN_BACKOFF   0.0     // minimal backoff time for the packet
dbr/dbr.cc:35:#define DBR_USE_ROUTEFLAG
dbr/dbr.cc:36:#define DBR_MAX_HOPS      3
dbr/dbr.cc:37:#define DBR_DEPTH_THRESHOLD 0.0
dbr/dbr.cc:38:#define DBR_SCALE 1.0
dbr/dbr.cc:40:int hdr_dbr::offset_;
dbr/dbr.cc:46:static class DBRAgentClass : public TclClass {
dbr/dbr.cc:48:  DBRAgentClass() : TclClass("Agent/DBR") {}
dbr/dbr.cc:50:          return (new DBR_Agent);
dbr/dbr.cc:52:} class_DBRAgent;
dbr/dbr.cc:54:class DBRHeaderClass : public PacketHeaderClass {
dbr/dbr.cc:56:  DBRHeaderClass() : PacketHeaderClass("PacketHeader/DBR",
dbr/dbr.cc:57:                                  sizeof(hdr_dbr)) {
dbr/dbr.cc:58:          bind_offset(&hdr_dbr::offset_);
dbr/dbr.cc:62:void DBR_BeaconHandler::handle(Event *e)
dbr/dbr.cc:67:void DBR_BeaconTimer::expire(Event *e)
dbr/dbr.cc:72:void DBR_SendingTimer::expire(Event *e)
dbr/dbr.cc:78:void DBR_DeadNeighbTimer::expire(Event *e)
dbr/dbr.cc:119: hdr_dbr *dbrh;
dbr/dbr.cc:122: dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:123: curID = dbrh->packetID();
dbr/dbr.cc:129:         dbrh = hdr_dbr::access((*iter)->p_);
dbr/dbr.cc:130:         if (dbrh->packetID() == curID) 
dbr/dbr.cc:156: hdr_dbr *dbrh; 
dbr/dbr.cc:159: dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:160: curID = dbrh->packetID();
dbr/dbr.cc:166:         dbrh = hdr_dbr::access((*iter)->p_);
dbr/dbr.cc:167:         if (dbrh->packetID() == curID)
dbr/dbr.cc:182: hdr_dbr *dbrh; 
dbr/dbr.cc:188:         dbrh = hdr_dbr::access((*iter)->p_);
dbr/dbr.cc:190:                         i, dbrh->packetID(), (*iter)->send_time_);
dbr/dbr.cc:196:NeighbTable::NeighbTable(DBR_Agent *a)
dbr/dbr.cc:449:#ifdef   DBR_USE_ROUTEFLAG
dbr/dbr.cc:513:#endif   // DBR_USE_ROUTEFLAG
dbr/dbr.cc:516:DBR_Agent::DBR_Agent() : Agent(PT_DBR),
dbr/dbr.cc:517: bint_(DBR_BEACON_INT), bdesync_(DBR_BEACON_DESYNC), mn_(0), pkt_cnt_(0)
dbr/dbr.cc:525:DBR_Agent::~DBR_Agent()  
dbr/dbr.cc:535:DBR_Agent::makeBeacon(void)
dbr/dbr.cc:542: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:547: cmh->ptype_ = PT_DBR;
dbr/dbr.cc:549: cmh->size() = dbrh->size() + IP_HDR_LEN;
dbr/dbr.cc:554: iph->dport() = DBR_PORT;
dbr/dbr.cc:557: mn_->getLoc(&(dbrh->x), &(dbrh->y), &(dbrh->z));
dbr/dbr.cc:558: dbrh->mode() = DBRH_BEACON;
dbr/dbr.cc:559: dbrh->nhops() = 1;
dbr/dbr.cc:565:void DBR_Agent::sendBeacon(void)
dbr/dbr.cc:586:void DBR_Agent::send_callback(void)
dbr/dbr.cc:589: hdr_dbr *dbrh;
dbr/dbr.cc:601: dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(q->p_);
dbr/dbr.cc:602: pc_->addPacket(dbrh->packetID());
dbr/dbr.cc:614:void DBR_Agent::beacon_callback(void)
dbr/dbr.cc:643:void DBR_Agent::deadneighb_callback(NeighbEnt *ne)
dbr/dbr.cc:648:void DBR_Agent::forwardPacket(Packet *p, int flag)
dbr/dbr.cc:652: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:665: cmh->ptype_ = PT_DBR;
dbr/dbr.cc:666: cmh->size() = dbrh->size() + IP_HDR_LEN;
dbr/dbr.cc:669: switch (dbrh->mode()) 
dbr/dbr.cc:671: case DBRH_DATA_GREEDY: 
dbr/dbr.cc:688:                 dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_RECOVER;
dbr/dbr.cc:689:                 dbrh->prev_hop() = mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:690:                 dbrh->owner() = mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:691:                 dbrh->nhops() = DBR_MAX_HOPS;           // set the range of broadcasting by hops
dbr/dbr.cc:694: case DBRH_DATA_RECOVER:
dbr/dbr.cc:699:         if (pc_->accessPacket(dbrh->packetID()))
dbr/dbr.cc:709:                 pc_->addPacket(dbrh->packetID());
dbr/dbr.cc:715:                 if (dbrh->nhops() <= 0)
dbr/dbr.cc:728:                         dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_RECOVER;
dbr/dbr.cc:729:                         dbrh->owner() = dbrh->prev_hop();
dbr/dbr.cc:730:                         dbrh->prev_hop() = mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:731:                         dbrh->nhops()--;
dbr/dbr.cc:737:         else if (ne->net_id != dbrh->prev_hop())
dbr/dbr.cc:741:                 dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_GREEDY;
dbr/dbr.cc:749:                 fprintf(stderr, "[%d]:dbrh->nhops = %d\n", mn_->address(),
dbr/dbr.cc:750:                                 dbrh->nhops());
dbr/dbr.cc:753:                 if (dbrh->nhops() <= 0)
dbr/dbr.cc:770:                         dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_RECOVER;
dbr/dbr.cc:771:                         dbrh->owner() = dbrh->prev_hop();
dbr/dbr.cc:772:                         dbrh->prev_hop() = mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:773:                         dbrh->nhops()--;
dbr/dbr.cc:792:void DBR_Agent::beaconIn(Packet *p)
dbr/dbr.cc:795: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:808: ne->x = dbrh->x;
dbr/dbr.cc:809: ne->y = dbrh->y;
dbr/dbr.cc:810: ne->z = dbrh->z;
dbr/dbr.cc:822:void DBR_Agent::recv(Packet *p, Handler *)
dbr/dbr.cc:826: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:841: if (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_BEACON)
dbr/dbr.cc:862:         cmh->ptype_ = PT_DBR;
dbr/dbr.cc:863:         cmh->size() = dbrh->size() + IP_HDR_LEN;
dbr/dbr.cc:867:         // setup DBR header
dbr/dbr.cc:868:         dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_GREEDY;
dbr/dbr.cc:869:         //dbrh->packetID() = (int)mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:870:         dbrh->packetID() = pkt_cnt_++;
dbr/dbr.cc:871:         dbrh->depth() = z;              // save the depth info
dbr/dbr.cc:881:     (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_DATA_GREEDY))
dbr/dbr.cc:912:void DBR_Agent::handlePktForward(Packet *p)
dbr/dbr.cc:916: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:926: if (pc_->accessPacket(dbrh->packetID()))
dbr/dbr.cc:932:         pc_->addPacket(dbrh->packetID());
dbr/dbr.cc:938: cmh->ptype_ = PT_DBR;
dbr/dbr.cc:939: cmh->size() = dbrh->size() + IP_HDR_LEN;
dbr/dbr.cc:951:void DBR_Agent::handlePktForward(Packet *p)
dbr/dbr.cc:955: hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:971: fprintf(stderr, " curID: %d\n", dbrh->packetID());
dbr/dbr.cc:988: cmh->ptype_ = PT_DBR;
dbr/dbr.cc:989: cmh->size() = dbrh->size() + IP_HDR_LEN;
dbr/dbr.cc:992: switch (dbrh->mode())
dbr/dbr.cc:994: case DBRH_DATA_GREEDY:
dbr/dbr.cc:998:         delta = z - dbrh->depth();
dbr/dbr.cc:1001:                if (delta < DBR_DEPTH_THRESHOLD)
dbr/dbr.cc:1010:                        mn_->address(), z, dbrh->depth(), delta);
dbr/dbr.cc:1014:                dbrh->depth() = z;
dbr/dbr.cc:1017:                //delay = DBR_DEPTH_THRESHOLD / delta * DBR_SCALE;
dbr/dbr.cc:1018:                delta = 1.0 - delta / DBR_MAX_RANGE;
dbr/dbr.cc:1019:                delay = DBR_MIN_BACKOFF + 4.0 * delta * DBR_MAX_DELAY;
dbr/dbr.cc:1024:        case DBRH_DATA_RECOVER:
dbr/dbr.cc:1025:                if (dbrh->nhops() <= 0)
dbr/dbr.cc:1034:                dbrh->nhops()--;
dbr/dbr.cc:1041:        // make up the DBR header
dbr/dbr.cc:1042:        dbrh->owner() = dbrh->prev_hop();
dbr/dbr.cc:1043:        dbrh->prev_hop() = mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:1057:        if (pc_->accessPacket(dbrh->packetID()))
dbr/dbr.cc:1063:        //      pc_->addPacket(dbrh->packetID());
dbr/dbr.cc:1099:void DBR_Agent::recv(Packet *p, Handler *)
dbr/dbr.cc:1103:        hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:1119:        if (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_BEACON)
dbr/dbr.cc:1138:                dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_GREEDY;
dbr/dbr.cc:1139:                dbrh->packetID() = (int)mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:1142:                (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_DATA_GREEDY))
dbr/dbr.cc:1168:                if (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_BEACON)
dbr/dbr.cc:1186:                if((dbrh->mode() == DBRH_DATA_RECOVER) &&
dbr/dbr.cc:1187:                        (dbrh->owner() == mn_->address()))
dbr/dbr.cc:1192:                        //ntab_->updateRouteFlag(dbrh->prev_hop(), 0);
dbr/dbr.cc:1199:                dbrh->owner(), dbrh->prev_hop(), mn_->address());
dbr/dbr.cc:1207:void DBR_Agent::recv2(Packet *p, Handler *)
dbr/dbr.cc:1211:        hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.cc:1227:        if (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_BEACON)
dbr/dbr.cc:1246:                dbrh->mode() = DBRH_DATA_GREEDY;
dbr/dbr.cc:1247:                dbrh->packetID() = (int)mn_->address();
dbr/dbr.cc:1250:                (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_DATA_GREEDY))
dbr/dbr.cc:1276:                if (dbrh->mode() == DBRH_BEACON)
dbr/dbr.cc:1294:                if((dbrh->mode() == DBRH_DATA_RECOVER) &&
dbr/dbr.cc:1295:                        (dbrh->owner() == mn_->address()))
dbr/dbr.cc:1300:                        //ntab_->updateRouteFlag(dbrh->prev_hop(), 0);
dbr/dbr.cc:1307:                dbrh->owner(), dbrh->prev_hop(), mn_->address());
dbr/dbr.cc:1314:int DBR_Agent::command(int argc, const char * const *argv)
dbr/dbr.cc:1318:                if (strcmp(argv[1], "start-dbr") == 0)
dbr/dbr.cc:1372:                                fprintf(stderr, "DBRAgent: %s lookup of %s failed\n",
dbr/dbr.cc:1384:void DBR_Agent::trace(char* fmt, ...)
dbr/dbr.cc:1396:void DBR_Agent::init(void)
dbr/dbr.cc:1399:        beacon_timer_ = new DBR_BeaconTimer(this);
dbr/dbr.cc:1402:        send_timer_ = new DBR_SendingTimer(this);
dbr/dbr.cc:1406:void DBR_Agent::tap(const Packet *p)
dbr/dbr.cc:1412:void dumpDBRHdr(Packet *p)
dbr/dbr.cc:1415:        hdr_dbr *dbrh = hdr_dbr::access(p);
dbr/dbr.h:6:#ifndef     _DBR_H_
dbr/dbr.h:7:#define     _DBR_H_
dbr/dbr.h:23:#define    DBR_PORT                0xFF
dbr/dbr.h:25:#define    DBR_BEACON_DESYNC       0.1             // desynchronizing form for alive beacons
dbr/dbr.h:26:#define    DBR_BEACON_INT          10              // interval between beacons
dbr/dbr.h:29:class DBR_Agent;
dbr/dbr.h:33:class hdr_dbr;
dbr/dbr.h:36:struct DBRPacket {
dbr/dbr.h:41:   DBRPacket() : pkt(NULL) {}
dbr/dbr.h:42:   DBRPacket(Packet *p, hdr_dbr *dbrh) : 
dbr/dbr.h:47:class DBR_AgentTimer : public TimerHandler {
dbr/dbr.h:49:   DBR_AgentTimer(DBR_Agent *a) { a_ = a; }
dbr/dbr.h:53:   DBR_Agent *a_;
dbr/dbr.h:56:class DBR_BeaconHandler : public Handler {
dbr/dbr.h:58:   DBR_BeaconHandler(DBR_Agent *a) { a_ = a; }
dbr/dbr.h:62:   DBR_Agent *a_;
dbr/dbr.h:65:class DBR_BeaconTimer : public DBR_AgentTimer {
dbr/dbr.h:67:   DBR_BeaconTimer(DBR_Agent *a) : DBR_AgentTimer(a) {}
dbr/dbr.h:71:class DBR_SendingTimer : public DBR_AgentTimer {
dbr/dbr.h:73:   DBR_SendingTimer(DBR_Agent *a) : DBR_AgentTimer(a) {}
dbr/dbr.h:107:  NeighbEnt(DBR_Agent* ina) : 
dbr/dbr.h:116:  //DBR_DeadNeighbTimer dnt;      // timer for expiration of neighbor
dbr/dbr.h:122:  NeighbTable(DBR_Agent *a); 
dbr/dbr.h:134:  DBR_Agent *a_;       // agent owns the table
dbr/dbr.h:138:#define   DBRH_DATA_GREEDY        0
dbr/dbr.h:139:#define   DBRH_DATA_RECOVER       1
dbr/dbr.h:140:#define   DBRH_BEACON             2
dbr/dbr.h:142:class hdr_dbr {
dbr/dbr.h:146:  static hdr_dbr* access(const Packet *p) {
dbr/dbr.h:147:          return (hdr_dbr*)p->access(offset_); 
dbr/dbr.h:183:class DBR_Agent : public Tap, public Agent {
dbr/dbr.h:184:  friend class DBR_BeaconHandler;
dbr/dbr.h:185:  friend class DBR_BeaconTimer;
dbr/dbr.h:186:  friend class DBR_SendingTimer;
dbr/dbr.h:189:  DBR_Agent();
dbr/dbr.h:190:  ~DBR_Agent();
dbr/dbr.h:202:  //DBR_BeaconHandler bhdl;
dbr/dbr.h:211:  int off_dbr_;           // offset of DBR packet header in pkt
dbr/dbr.h:222:  DBR_BeaconTimer *beacon_timer_;         // beacon timer
dbr/dbr.h:223:  DBR_SendingTimer *send_timer_;          // sending timer
dbr/dbr.h:244:#endif    /* _DBR_H_ */
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:625:     DBR { 
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:626:             set ragent [$self create-dbr-agent $node]
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:706:         $routingAgent_ == "DBR"|| 
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:837:# dbr @ hai
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:838:Simulator instproc create-dbr-agent { node } {
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:839: set ragent [new Agent/DBR]
tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl:841: $ragent start-dbr
trace/cmu-trace.cc:1183:                case PT_DBR:
 
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Old 08-15-2013, 12:00 AM   #36
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[QUOTE=knudfl;5008949]Post # 34, @naznin :

What do you mean ?
Sir, my uw_routing directory do not contain .cc and .h file for DBR protocol.How can i get it.



Thanks in advance.

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Old 08-15-2013, 12:09 AM   #37
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Post # 34, @naznin : Welcome.

What do you mean ?
[code]$ cd ns-2.30/ && grep -Rin dbr *
Sir, my uw_routing directory do not contain .cc and .hh file of DBR protocol.How can i get it. Also can you explain the command "cd ns-2.30/ && grep -Rin dbr *"
 
Old 08-15-2013, 12:26 AM   #38
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Hi, when i open terminal it is showing
Code:
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/otcl-1.12: No such file or directory
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/lib: No such file or directory
bash: /usr/local/lib: Is a directory
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/tcl8.4.18/library: No such file or directory
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/bin:/home: No such file or directory
bash: 2.30/tk8.4.18/unix:/home: No such file or directory
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/ns-2.30/: No such file or directory
bash: /ns-allinone-2.30/nam-1.13/: No such file or directory
But i can see all directories.Also i am not able to run underwater tcl scripts.But no problem with ns2.Can anyone help me. I am using Ubuntu 12.10.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 08-15-2013, 02:16 AM   #39
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'# 38 .

Neither "/ns-allinone-2.30/" or "2.30/" are supposed to be present.
bash : I have no idea what you are doing. Did you enter a command ?


Aqua-sim : Your post #34 says : "I have installed aquasim-1.0."
The following shows how to install 'Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz' to Ubuntu 12.10:
1) $ mkdir Aquasim
2) $ cd Aquasim/
3) $ tar xvf Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz
4) $ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./install
5) $ cd ns-2.30/ ; $ ./ns : To test the new "ns aqua".
6) $ cp ns ns-aqua : Then you have a backup.
7) $ sudo cp ns-aqua /usr/local/bin/ : Then it's in a system PATH,
.... and you can do simulations with : $ ns-aqua file.tcl

Links : Aqua-Sim-1 http://ubinet.engr.uconn.edu/aqua_pa...ua-Sim-1.0.tgz
gcc41 / g++41 http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...532/page4.html
→ → gcc41-compat*1210, g++41-compat, post # 47.
Aquasim, LQ http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/tags/aquasim/
Ubuntu package 'aquasim-ns-2.30-ubuntu10_i386.deb' :
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7S2...ZXR1hwNEE/edit
( Ref. post #45 here http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...532/page3.html )

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Old 08-15-2013, 03:02 AM   #40
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# 36 .
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my uw_routing directory do not contain .cc and .h file for DBR protocol
? uw_routing directory ? Do you mean "underwatersensor/uw_tcl/" ?

Post #35 shows where "DBR" is added :
ns-2.30/{ dbr/dbr.cc, dbr/dbr.h, tcl/lib/ns-lib.tcl }.
( The folder dbr/ is unique for aquasim, isn't present in a default ns-2.30 ).

Remark : None of those files (or any other files.cc, files.h)
are used at simulation time. All .cc, .h, tcl/lib/<files.tcl>
functions are compiled into the executable 'ns'.

DBR : Attempts to make simulation files ...
dbr.tcl : http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ocol-890215/#5
vbr+dbr.tcl : http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ocol-890215/#9
*** The two files don't work very well,
but you but you can use them as a starting point ...

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Old 08-15-2013, 04:56 AM   #41
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'# 38 .


The following shows how to install 'Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz' to Ubuntu 12.10:
1) $ mkdir Aquasim
2) $ cd Aquasim/
3) $ tar xvf Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz
4) $ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && install


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when i do 4th step ,i am getting like this

install: missing file operand
Try `install --help' for more information.

is it like this

$ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./install
 
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# 41 .

Sorry for the typo, it is of course $ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./install
 
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'# 38 .


The following shows how to install 'Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz' to Ubuntu 12.10:
1) $ mkdir Aquasim
2) $ cd Aquasim/
3) $ tar xvf Aqua-Sim-1.0.tgz
4) $ export CC=gcc41 CXX=g++41 && ./install
5) $ cd ns-2.30/ ; $ ./ns : To test the new "ns aqua".

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what does ./ns mean.I am getting like this

bash: ./ns: No such file or directory
 
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# 43 .

A period ( . ) and ./ ( <period><slash> ) means the current directory.

./ns <Enter> means : Run the executable 'ns' in the directory "ns-2.30/".
So better take care that ns-2.30/ is your location : $ cd Aquasim/ns-2.30/
... And then check the location with the pwd command.

Example : $ pwd
The reply here is ( For the Aquasim ns-2.30 ) :
/home/knudfl/Aquasim/ns-2.30

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Old 08-15-2013, 10:40 PM   #45
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# 43 .



./ns <Enter> means : Run the executable 'ns' in the directory "ns-2.30/".
So better take care that ns-2.30/ is your location : $ cd Aquasim/ns-2.30/
... And then check the location with the pwd command.

Example : $ pwd
The reply here is ( For the Aquasim ns-2.30 ) :
/home/knudfl/Aquasim/ns-2.30

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Sir, i did it in the same way. But i got like this.

:~/Aquasim/ns-2.30$ ./ns
bash: ./ns: No such file or directory

See this also

:~/Aquasim/ns-2.30$ ls
adc dbr Makefile sctp
AllinOne delaybox Makefile.in sensor-nets
aodv diffserv makefile.vc sillyrouting
apps diffusion mcast src_rtg
asim diffusion3 mobile tcl
autoconf.h doc mpls tcp
autoconf.h.in dsdv nam test-all
autoconf-win32.h dsr nix test-output
BASE-VERSION empweb ns.1 TODO.html
baytcp emulate ns_tclsh.cc tools
bin FILES packmime tora
bitmap gaf pgm trace
CHANGES.html gen plm underwatersensor
classifier HOWTO-CONTRIBUTE pushback validate
common html qs validate-full
conf imep queue validate.out
config.guess indep-utils rap validate.win32
config.h install-sh README validate-wired
config.log INSTALL.WIN32 realaudio validate-wireless
config.status lib release_steps.txt VERSION
config.sub LICENSES routealgo webcache
configure link routing wpan
configure.in linkstate rtproto xcp
COPYRIGHTS mac satellite

what should i do now.

Thanks for pwd command.

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