How to install ZRP (Zone routing protocol) patch in ns-2.34
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Thank you for your reply.I read that manual, but when i install it i get error after writing the command
administrator@ubuntu:~/ns2/ns-allinone-2.34/zrp$ patch -p1 <patchmyZRP.sh && ./configure && make
bash: patchmyZRP.sh: No such file or directory
and if i run it from root i get error
root@ubuntu:~# patch -p1 <patchmyZRP.sh && ./configure && make
-bash: patchmyZRP.sh: No such file or directory
root@ubuntu:/home/administrator/ns2/ns-allinone-2.34/zrp# patch <patchmyZRP.sh && ./configure && make
patch: **** Only garbage was found in the patch input.
It is assumed, that you have a working ns-allinone-2.33,
i.e. the './install' command was run with no errors.
""Section 3.2 Instructions :
1. First put following files into NS-2 home's parent directory:
* ns-allinone-2.33_ZRP.tar.gz (This contains my code)
* patchmyZRP.sh (THIS SHELL-SCRIPT FILE -
This script file should be run from NS-2 home' parent directory)
2. Run patchZRP.sh from shell."" ( Like 'sh patchZRP.sh' ).
But the script patchZRP.sh isn't working, easier to do manually :
a) cd ns-allinone-2.33/ && patch -p1 < PatchZRP.patch
b) touch ns-2.33/common/packet.h && touch ns-2.33/trace/cmu-trace.h
c) cd ../ && tar xvf ns-allinone-2.33_ZRP.tar.gz
d) cd ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33 && make -k
... Tested this morning on Ubuntu 10.10, 32bits : OK.
Thank for such useful information. i have install the ns-2.33 and also the zrp patch. but when i run the example which i attach it give me this error "ns: Agent/ZRP set radius_: can't read "radius_": no such variable
(Object set line 1)
invoked from within
"Agent/ZRP set radius_"
Your file : Added to line 68 : Agent/ZRP set radius_ 2 ;
And a couple more edits ( See for yourself )
and the file seems to be usable ? :
1) touch example.scen ( Will create an empty file 'example.scen'.)
2) touch example.traffic
( May be you have those 2 files ? )
3) ns example-zrp.tcl.txt : Will create pktdemo.tr, pktdemo.nam.
4) nam pktdemo.nam ; Click the 'Play button' : Will display "something".
Thank you it runs. i delete the line 51 and add this line (Agent/ZRP set radius_ 2 ;# Setting ZRP radius=2)after line 81.
and also delete these line if u do not have these lines ( #set val(cp) "example.scen" ...#set val(trfile) "example.traffic") and also their source.
but one problem in the trace file their is no zrp is showing instead AOMDV and cbr traffic is generating.
i also install ZRP in ns-allinone-2.34 successfully according to above instruction in post#6 but i did not follow write the command which is in step a; i copy it by myself in every file.