[ns] After destination address translation
zhen at cs.dal.ca
zhen at cs.dal.ca
Tue Apr 12 10:23:50 PDT 2005
Definitely this is an huge error since all MIPv4 nodes draw the
default_target_ pointing to routing agent. This gave misunderstanding
about the routing. And actually all default_target_ are not set at
all.(0x0, as I tested) I don't know where the "link" (for wired routing)
would be to let me send my packets to a right place??
I'm just leaving the packets go along natural courses after translation.
Still I got this error:
_o21 no slot.. _o21 is a Classifier/Addr. But I don't know which one!!
Does it need a route to be populated in those classifiers? But all wired
nodes including BS should know each other well before simulation , isn't
This has been such a headache... using ns2 is so frustrating.... only
considering the informal develepment. but still money was spent, can
anyone just take a little bit extra money to make the documents more
clear? How much money would this have saved in all places? What are we
doing? guessing on a puzzle?????
> did u check the example for wired cum wireless scenaro? Whenever BS
> recices a packet which is destined out of its domain BS route the packet
> in wired network
> I think routing agent is present only in mobile nodes not in wired
> Packet is routing is happening using links in wired nodes.
> On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 06:04, zhen at cs.dal.ca wrote:
>> in a Base Station node, I tried to translate the dst address of received
>> packets (from MN) to another address, hoping they can be forwarded to
>> another router(on wired network, vs. wireless network). but I got all
>> packets being dropped due to IFQ ARP error.
>> I tried to intercept packets in HierClassifier.recv() and then called
>> default_target_->recv() to forward translated packets to DSDV routing
>> agent. I doubt it's the routing agent, which is DSDV. How can DSDV agent
>> route packets to routers in a wired domain since it's an ad-hoc routing
>> Any help will be appreciated.
> Beginners guide to ns2
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