Unexplained packet losses in NS-3: Where is my packet?

The NS-3 simulator tries to mimic as close as possible the journey of a packet through the IP-stack’s layers. Passing the packet from one layer to the next one is done through Callbacks or functions which access the packet. In this way, NS-3’s callbacks are taking successively control over the packet, which remains static.

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HPSR 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan


The 2013 IEEE Conference on High Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR) was held this year in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, ROC, between 8th and 11th July, 2013. Taipei is one of the most prominent political, economic, and cultural centers in Southeast Asia.

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Thoughts on routing aspects with focus on wireless mesh networks

In Carmesh, we are looking at different networking solutions for delivering services to cars, mainly in an urban enviroment. One connectivity solution is wireless mesh networks. One critical aspect of Wireless Mesh Networks (as well as other networks) is routing. That is the focus of this post.

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