Introduction To Network Simulator NS2 – we are giving the guidance to the following students for their final year project such as B.E, B.Tech, M.E, M.Tech. In every year we are providing more than 5000 project and genuine documentation for the students and research scholars. Our organization is one of the leading concerns in both research and also in developing. The terminal ‘nam’ will open a window and click ‘new’ and will bring up the ‘nam’ UI where you are supposed to design everything.
The design instructions are as follows:-
- Create nodes using ‘Add Nodes’ tool.
- Connect them using ‘Add Link’ tool.
- Attach an ‘Agent’ to a node.
- Connect agents by using Link tool.
- Set options by double-clicking or right-clicking on each object.
Our team members are having better knowledge in the Introduction to network simulator ns2. The number of protocols is used in the network simulator ns2. They will guide you with full understanding about an Introduction to network simulator ns2 projects those who are preparing for project. An efficient packet transmission across the network is only done with these protocols.
Also, One of the protocol is used in the ns2 is that the pop3. The simple, standardized method of delivering e-mail messages is sometimes referred to as just “POP”. The e-mails and filtering into the appropriate user folders are received by this POP3 mail server. The messages are downloaded from mail server to the user’s hard disk when a user connects to the mail server to retrieve his mail.
The protocols families which are used in the simulator ns2 are understood by our developers’ team members and they had a research on those protocols family. In past 7 years of our journey we are supporting the network related projects for the computer science and electronic department students and research scholars.
POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) is the most recent version of a standard protocol for receiving e-mail. Periodically, you (or your client e-mail receiver) check your mail-box on the server and download any mail, probably using POP3. Most popular e-mail products, such as Eudora and Outlook Express are built into the Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers and also building by these protocols which is defined in our Introduction to network simulator ns2.
Our recent research is on wireless networks such as Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) which are infrastructure less networks which is also described in our ns2. MANETs used in infrastructure less area where rapid network configuration is needed, such as battle field communication.
We are getting low of cost from the students who are guided by us in Introduction to network simulator. An Anonymous Location-based and Efficient Routing protocol (ALERT) also proposed in an Introduction to network simulator ns2. Dynamically, partitions a network field is partition into zones and chooses nodes in zones as intermediate relay nodes randomly in ALERT which is possible for intersection attack and timing attack.
This network simulator ns2 also uses the well-known single hop cellular network model which is contrast from other types of models by installing base stations as access points that supports the needs of wireless communication.
Completely, the communications between two mobile nodes rely on the wired backbone and the fixed base stations in these cellular networks. In a MANET, no such infrastructure exists since nodes are free to move and the network topology may dynamically change in an unpredictable manner which is the main reason for used in an Introduction to network simulator ns2.