[ns] rsvp patch error in wfq.cc
sayenko at cc.jyu.fi
Thu Sep 8 23:42:15 PDT 2005
Ok, I see... In any case I am going to continue to support RSVP in the NS-2
simulator. Things I want to implement in the near future are ADSPEC object
and the aggregation of the RSVP states.
Telecommunication laboratory, MIT department
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
> Alexander Sayenko wrote:
> > Hi
> > The correct link to the RSVP code is
> > http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~sayenko/src/ns-2.27-rsvp4.patch.gz
> > Note that this version also contains a fix for the compilation problem
> > gcc 3.4.x
> >>We are embarking on some serious surgery to RSVP and would like a
> >>pointer to a current version of the RSVP simulator for the ns system.
> > Will it become a part of the official NS ? In any case, recently, I have
> > been working on modifying the RSVP code so that it does not contain the
> > intserv links, admission control model and the WFQ scheduler implemented
> > Marc Greis. In fact, there is a more or less stable version that I have
> > already using for half a year. It allows, for instance, to use the RSVP
> > protocol as a signalling mechanism for the DiffServ networks. It should
> > be possible to use it with the mobile networking, however, I have not
> > it.
> > Sincerely,
> > Sayenko Alexander
> > PhD student
> > Telecommunication laboratory, MIT department
> > University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
> Unknown what will eventually happen. The contract to support and extend
> NS here has ended. I am told that responsibility may move to Univ. of
> California at Berkeley.
> As for possible RSVP work here, the US government is very slowly
> changing its military communications to IPv6-based. RSVP is a primary
> candidate for enabling QoS there. Our responsibility as co-creators of
> RSVP is to play around with it in ways that might make it more suitable
> to highly secure networking environments.
> --- greg finn
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