[ns] general question about delay
kacah03 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 26 18:06:20 PST 2007
I dont know about DSR protocol. I think delay can be add to your simulation by using this formula. delay = number of bits / link bitrate . For example, if you can find out the number of bits that you want to transmit and the link bitrate. You can simulate the transmission delay. Then, the delay value can be use to schedule the event to send the next packet.
I might be wrong. Hope others who are knowledgeable can clear this up.
----- Original Message ----
From: Syed Muhammad Ali Hussain <smalihussain at hotmail.com>
To: kacah03 at yahoo.com
Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 8:34:15 AM
Subject: RE: [ns] general question about delay
i want to add a delay to or something that packet wait some time in a quequ before they recive can you help that how i will add delay in DSR or any protocol?
Please help me in new in real problem
From: ben <kacah03 at yahoo.com>
To: ns-users <ns-users at ISI.EDU>
Subject: [ns] general question about delay
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 03:08:37 +0000 (GMT)
>I have two CBR traffic generator and receiver in my
>simulation. Packets are generated at 32 kbps and on
>ideal condition with a droptail queue. The receiver
>should receive the packets at 32kbps.
>I'm trying out the WRR packet scheduler. The
>parameters are buffer size, the link bit rate
>(bandwidth), scheduler delay and a variable that
>stores the sequence of which queue to be serve. The
>parameters would simulate the queueing and the
>transmission delay. In order to get 32kbps at the
>receiver, I would adjust these
parameters. Then, I
>would repeat the simulation with different data rates.
>Am I doing it right? Any suggestion on literature or
>reference that should I refer on this matter.
>Thank you very much.
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