[ndnSIM] Port NLSR to ndnSIM
chavoosh.ghasemi.off at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 02:23:47 PDT 2016
I see your point and I know that you're busy as a bee! Actually, I'm
working on a paper and I have a hard deadline which does not let me wait to
release your code. Anyway, I want to make you sure that your code can be a
good basis for our future works and papers, so it can be really helpful to
have your code due next months. Finally, I really appreciate your help and
kind email and I'm looking forward to seeing your first release of ported
Good luck with your thesis!
On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 2:27 AM, Anil Jangam <anilj.mailing at gmail.com>
> Hello Chavoosh,
> Apologies for a delayed response. Yes I am working on the porting of NLSR
> to ndnSIM. I believe the porting is complete since I tested a 3 node
> scenario. I am going to carry out further scale/performance measurement
> through this simulation.
> Actually I am working on this project as my Master's thesis and this code
> is one of the artifacts of my thesis work. I am not sure if I can share it
> before my thesis is complete. I am planning to defend the thesis in next
> month (in this semester itself). Also, the code may still have some issues
> and I hope to iron them out while I am working on my experiments. Since I
> have little time left to finish my work, I may not get time to support it
> at same time. (Note: I am also working full-time, so I walking a very tight
> rope as far as timelines are concerned).
> I certainly plan to release this code once I finish my work. So please let
> me know if you can wait till then.
> On Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 8:00 AM, chavoosh ghasemi <
> chavoosh.ghasemi.off at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Spyridon,
>> Thanks a lot for your comprehensive answer. I see your point. You mean I
>> should assume NLSR as a real application and try to port it to ndnSIM,
>> which seems reasonable. Anyway, it would be much more helpful if I could
>> find a source code which has been already done this. Do you happen to know
>> there is such source code available?
>> Dear Alex,
>> It is a good news to me and I am impatiently looking forward to
>> hearing from *Anil* about porting NLSR to ndnSIM. Actually, I need to
>> know when he can release such version of NLSR.
>> Dear Junxiao,
>> You hit the nail on the head! Actually, by “performance” I mean
>> convergence time, message overhead, update dissemination time, and quality
>> of multipath routing support of NLSR, which can be resolved through
>> simulating it. As a matter of fact, I want to evaluate NLSR’s performance
>> with more than 200 nodes, and I cannot access to this number of PCs, so I
>> decided to use ndnSIM. But if you have a better opinion I will be so glad
>> to hear it.
>> Dear Lan,
>> I hope he can finish it ASAP and release the first version of ported NLSR
>> to ndnSIM. As I mentioned, I need to evaluate NLSR’s performance with about
>> 200 nodes, but your suggestion seems to be really helpful (i.e. using
>> Mini-NDN) as Mini-NDN does not require porting NLSR, although it is limited
>> to 100 nodes. Thanks for your helpful suggestion.
>> Again, I do appreciate your kind help and exact explanation and I am
>> looking forward to hearing from all of you.
>> Best regards
>> On Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 6:57 PM, Lan Wang (lanwang) <lanwang at memphis.edu>
>>> As Alex mentioned, Anil Jangam is about to finish his porting of NLSR to
>>> ndnSIM. Another option, if your topology is less than 100 nodes, is to use
>>> Mini-NDN which doesn't require porting NLSR.
>>> On Mar 7, 2016, at 11:33 PM, chavoosh ghasemi <
>>> chavoosh.ghasemi.off at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi everbody,
>>> I do need to port NLSR in ndnSIM and evaluate NLSR's performance, but I
>>> am wondering how to do port it. Can you explain the exact relationship
>>> between ndnSIM and NLSR? How am I supposed to port NLSR to this simulator?
>>> ndnSIM mailing list
>>> ndnSIM at lists.cs.ucla.edu
>> *Chavoosh Ghasemi*
>> Master of Information Technology - Computer Networks
>> Sharif University of Technology (SUT) - Computer Engineering Department
>> *Address: Department of Computer Engineering,*
>> * Sharif University of Tech, Tehran, Iran*
>> *"The quieter you become, the more you can hear"*
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Master of Information Technology - Computer Networks
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*Address: Department of Computer Engineering,*
* Sharif University of Tech, Tehran, Iran*
*"The quieter you become, the more you can hear"*
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