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Finding Energy, node position and speed in AODV - NS2 Tutorial # 11.1

AODV - Part 2

Finding the node position, energy and speed of the node while it is forwarding a packet.

By default, these codes are not there in AODV, so we are going to modify or append in AODV protocol..


Steps
Step 1:

Open aodv.h and aodv.cc, these two files will be modified

Step 2:

Declare variables in aodv.h file in protected mode


double xpos,ypos,zpos,energy_t;

int n_speed;

MobileNode *t_node;

FILE *fp;


Step 3:

initialize these values inside the constrctor of aodv.cc file


xpos=ypos=zpos=0.0;

n_speed=0;

energy_t=0.0;

fp=fopen("runtime.dat","w");

Step 4:

add the following statements to the forward() function of aodv.cc

fprintf(fp,"Position is X, Y, Z, Node Speed,Energy\n");

t_node=(MobileNode*)(Node::get_node_by_address(index));

((MobileNode*) t_node)->getLoc(&xpos,&ypos,&zpos);

fprintf(fp,"%d %f %f %f",index,xpos,ypos,zpos);

t_node=(MobileNode*)(Node::get_node_by_address(index));

n_speed=((MobileNode*)t_node)->speed();

energy_t=t_node->energy_model()->energy();

fprintf(fp,"%d %d %f\n",index,n_speed,energy_t);


After the above step,

Step5:

recompile ns2 using the command

$] make

Step 6:

run a TCL File and check for the runtime.dat file in the same folder.

$] ns AODV.tcl

You will get a file called as runtime.dat in the same folder.

use the file for plotting any characteristics.

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Comments

  1. I followed as per your instructions .But I didn't get the values of nodes position and energy from in the same folder where created the AODV.tcl file. when I run AODV.tcl file only get the the nam visualization
    Please hep me.

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  2. I am not getting your AODV.tcl file

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  3. How could I pass those values from node to neighbor node along with the RREQ/RREP packet?

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  4. hello sir, i wanna modify MPR selection based on energy consumption. would you help where to do the modification in the OLSR. thank you. please mail me kasyekas2@gmail.com

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  5. Sir,

    While executing the tcl script for find the energy of the nodes. The runtime.dat is not getting created in the folder sir.

    I am using Ubuntu 18.04, So please do suggest me sir.

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  6. Sir, I like your videos all you have posted, on this video i didn't get the AODV.tcl file, where I get it? please send me with this address tibebulegesse23@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete

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