[ndnSIM] node's neighbors.
alexander.afanasyev at ucla.edu
Sat Jun 15 10:24:12 PDT 2013
I can help you with getting the "number" of neighbors, but how it is done depends on what exactly (where exactly) you want to use it. With cache policy, like node-access-policy, you would be able to get the number of neighbors (btw, this should also be properly defined, is it "neighbors connected using NetDeviceFace", or "number of faces, including application faces"?), but what's next? Is this info be used entirely by the cache or you want to use it somewhere else?
On Jun 15, 2013, at 6:03 AM, ioannoa at scss.tcd.ie wrote:
> I am trying to get the number of neighbors of each node that my interest
> packet is passing by. The calculation is about to be done though only when
> the content requested is not already stored, so can't use the content
> store, i believe, similar to the example posted here:
> -at least i can't make it work!
> The calculated number of neighbors should be returned on the lookup
> function at my content store implementation class, e.g. if the function
> returns an integer should be called in the lookup function as that's the
> place where i check for the whether the content is in the content store or
> not. Any ideas maybe?
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