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Old 04-12-2015, 04:55 AM   #1
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Question NS2 DCCP Topology issue

Hello all,

I try to implement the WSN topology with AODV as a routing protocol using DCCP protocol, from this paper
The topology contains 56 nodes as follow:
- Node 0 is the sink node.
- Nodes from 1 to 7 are the gateways to the sink node.
- Other nodes are normal nodes.
The target from these topology is to measure the sink node throughput, energy consumed & dropped packets.

I face these challenges while writing the corresponding TCL code:
- should I create a sink agent on the sink node for each DCCP agent on each node? and if yes, how many agents can be applied on a single node?
- Is there a definition for a WSN node to be a mesh node for DCCP?

I highly appreciate your help & fast response.


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