Thu, 25 Jun 1998 16:16:38 -0500 (CDT)
thanks for your reply. I hope Padma's modified sgb2ns becomes available
soon, it would be very helpful. The modified API you propose sounds
While we are waiting for things to happen, can anyone help me with
parsing the GT-ITM output so I can separate transit nodes by hand?
I will send the same question to GT-ITM people and forward any replies
to this list (assuming others are ineterested).
------------ Ahmed A-G Helmy writes:
> > Anyone knows how to parse the output of GT-ITM?
> > Specifically, I want to distinguish transit and stub nodes.
> > I suppose the T and S preceeding a vertice is what distinguishes
> > them, but it's not clear what the rest of the items are.
> > Also, does sgb2ns preserve the order in the GT-ITM output
> > when creating nodes? In other words, if there are 4 transit
> > nodes, are these guaranteed to be n(0) - n(3)? It looks like
> > the answer is no.
> Hi Christos,
> Padma (at ISI) has already modified sgb2ns to take care of
> hierarchical addressing, ... and yes, her converter preserves the order
> such that you can identify the transit nodes... etc.
> [I am not sure that her code is checked in though !! I think she's on
> vacation but may be able to answer email ! Padma ?!]
> At a later stage, an API should be given to query the topology
> generator about the node ranges constituting the transit/stub domains
> (this work will tie into the scenario generation work to enable clustering),
> hope this helps,
> > Thanks,
> > Christos.