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MANET Routing Protocols using ns3

#AODV #OLSR #MANETs #DSDV #DSR

Download the Code here: 
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OkVOsifjN9UfQjPGvfR7OuS-x_GBRgCV

Check the Video for Detailed instruction and how to use the plots, graphs and source code.


Comparison of MANET routing Protocols 1. AODV
2. DSDV
3. DSR
4. OLSR
using NS3 (Network Simulator 3)
B.Tech, M.Tech, PhD...
1. Reactive Vs Proactive routing
2. PErformance comparison of MANET protocols
3. AODV Vs DSDV Comparison

https://www.nsnam.com and also at my channel.

What Version: ns-3.29
My Ubunut OS is: Ubuntu 18.04

This file we are going to use for our simulation:
/home/networks/ns-allinone-3.29/ns-3.29/examples/routing/manet-routing-compare.cc

Once you under stand the code, now lets run this example

Step 1: Copy the above file in to ~ns-3.29/scratch/ folder

Step 2: Understand this code.
Step 3: Run this code
Open the terminal, Go to ns-3.29 and run the following command

$] ./waf --run scratch/manet-routing-compare

enable the following header file

#include "ns3/flo…

GreenCloud Simulator using NS2

Introduction to GreenCloud Simulator GreenCloud is a packet level simulator that uses the existing Network Simulator 2 (NS2) libraries for energy-aware data centers for cloud computing. It models the various entities of cloud such as servers, switches, links for communication and their energy consumption.
It can be helpful in developing solutions for resource monitoring and allocation, scheduling workloads for number of users, optimizing the protocols used for communication and also provide solutions for network switches. The data center upgradation or extension may be decided using this tool.
NS2 uses two languages C++ and Otcl (Tool Command Language). The commands from TCL are usually passed to C++ using an interface TclCL. GreenCloud uses 80% of the coding is done using C++ (TclCL Classes) and remaining 20% coding is implemented using Tcl scripts (Commands are sent from Tcl to C++).
GreenCloud is developed by University of Luxembourg and released under the General Public License (G…