[ndnSIM] About "ndnSIM format " and " ccnb format"
alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Tue Aug 13 10:13:28 PDT 2013
After checking the pcap scenario I realized that there is no command line processing, so the format was basically hard-coded on line 59. I just pushed an update, so it fixes the problem and the following should work (note, there is a small difference from the command line you tried):
./waf --run "ndn-simple-with-pcap --ndn::WireFormat=0"
./waf --run "ndn-simple-with-pcap --ndn::WireFormat=1"
On Aug 13, 2013, at 2:59 AM, seugxj <seugxj2012 at 163.com> wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> As the following information indicated:
> "As of now, ndnSIM supports two packet formats: ndnSIM (efficient processing) and ccnb (compatible with NDNx/CCNx). By default, ndnSIM format is used and can be switched to ccnb using global variable ndn::WireFormat:" (from here: http://redmine.named-data.net/issues/1008).
> I have run the "ndn-simple-with-pcap.cc" twice with commads as follows:
> 1 ./waf --run="ndn-simple-with-pcap ndn::WireFormat=0" // Through this , I want to get the ndnSIM format
> 2 ./waf --run="ndn-simple-with-pcap ndn::WireFormat=1" // Through this , I want to get ccnb format
> but， the two reuslts files " ndn-simple-trace.pcap " are the same. So, I was puzzled. I don't know where is the problem. Pls, help me.
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