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Subject: Re: Routing Overhead
From: shahin <sh.shar...@gmail.com>
To: omnetpp <email@example.com>
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Thanks for the quick reply.
DYMO, AODV and DSR do register whatever they send in the sca file but
OLSR doesn't. Another problem that I have is that what they register
is the number of the messages they send and each message has different
size and finding the size of each message and adding them up to find
routing data is gonna take so much time. Isn't there an easy way for
finding the total routing data in bytes instead?
Another question is why doesn't OLSR register any signal of it's
routing data? should I add them myself?
On Feb 21, 1:29=A0pm, Alfonso Ariza Quintana <aariza...@hotmail.com>
> The routing protocols write the packets that they sent of every type in t=
> sca file
> -----Mensaje original-----
> From: shahin
> Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 2:15 PM
> To: omnetpp
> Subject: [Omnetpp-l] Routing Overhead
> Dear Alfonso,
> First, thanks for all the help you've been giving away to everyone.
> You're truly awesome!
> Another parameter that I need is routing overhead. For example I need
> to evaluate AODV, OLSR, DSR and etc. based on their routing overhead.
> Routing Overhead =3D Total Number of Routing control Packets sent by all
> nodes/Number of received data packets at destination node
> We already have a signal for number of data packets arrived at the
> destination in Bytes. I need to add a signal to the simulation to emit
> "Total Number of Routing control Packets sent by all nodes" how can I
> do this?
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