[ns] implementing IPV6 address scheme
vincent.nauwelaers at student.kuleuven.ac.be
Tue Jan 24 09:11:57 PST 2006
for my thesis I have to develop a IPv6 protocol, so I also noticed this
problem, I haven't tried to change anything, because I assume all the
classifiers and classed that inherit from it, are written for 32-bit
addresses, so I just use the 32 bit address as a simplification, because I
think you should do a HUGE amount of work to get NS running with 128-bit
Yet if I am mistaken, somebody please correct me !!
Is ospf included in v2.29 ? what is this qospf, I read about ?
is LS routing + multipath = ospf ?
Vincent Nauwelaers, Belgium.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "jagadish kranti" <jagadish_kranti at yahoo.com>
> To: <ns-users at ISI.EDU>
> Sent: Monday, January 23, 2006 7:41 AM
> Subject: [ns] implementing IPV6 address scheme
> > Hi everybody,
> > According to ns manual, the number of bits allocated for IP
> address is 32. The code for this was given as follows in ns-default.tcl
> > AllocAddrBits set DEFADDRSIZE_ 32
> > AllocAddrBits set MAXADDRSIZE_ 32
> > But for IPV6 addressing 128 bits are needed. How to implement IPV6
> > Can it be solved simply by changing MAXADDRSIZE to 128? Any body
> help me in solving this problem. Waiting for your reply.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Jagadish
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