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Old 06-17-2013, 06:35 PM   #1
ddebbie90
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Hello,

I am trying to evaluate the OLSR routing protocol using the NS2 simulation tool. I have run an example scenario and I have used a pwk file to get some statistics. I am ok until this point.

The problem is that I have to modify the existing protocol. To do that, I first need to know information about the routing tables, the bandwidth of the links etc.. To learn this information the OLSR implementation in c++ (which I have patched in NS2) offers a methods (OLSR::command). My problem is how can I invoke from my tcl script the method that is implemented in c++ ?

I have attached in this message my tcl file if anyone has any ideas on how to do that. I am new on this kind of staff so I appreciate your help.
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