[ns] How to Disable RTR packets?
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Mon May 17 10:29:08 PDT 2004
However if I set val(rountertrace) OFF, there would still be routing packets sending around.
My situation is I do not need any routing packets. I am simulating one base station and many static nodes. And all
the nodes would send the base station packets directly. Thus I am thinking of two ways to solve it:
1. one way is to use NOAH routing protocol, however, many existing agents seems not working correctly with it.
2. the second way is to use modified AODV or DSR or DSDV protocol to limited them to be only one stop. However,
I am not sure how to achieve it.
And another question is where is the routing AODV agents located in the network stack? right above ll?
Thanks again & hv a nice day!
From: ns-users-bounces at ISI.EDU on behalf of Claudio Cicconetti
Sent: Mon 5/17/2004 11:00 PM
To: Shen Ren
Cc: ns-users at ISI.EDU
Subject: Re: [ns] How to Disable RTR packets?
RTR = routing protocol (wireless trace, I suppose)
If you do not want to see them, just disable the routertrace parameter
when calling node-config (something like this):
set val(routertrace) OFF
What do you mean with 'send "a" packet'? Only one packet? It depends on
the application that you are using. Example: if cbr => set variable
maxpkts_ to 1. I do not know if there is something similar for the FTP
application; you may try
Source/FTP set maxpkts_ 1
On Mon, 17 May 2004, Shen Ren wrote:
> Dear All,
> How to disable RTR (ready to receive) packets since I do not
> want them?
> How can I do things like : at time t0 ftp application send "a"
> packet to the receiver ???
> Shen Ren
Claudio Cicconetti, PhD student
<claudio.cicconetti at iet.unipi.it>
Dpt. of Information Engineering
University of Pisa - ITALY
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