Mobile nodes configuration:
When the required networks settings are done in the simulation procedure the required mobile nodes are dragged from the object palette and placed in the work station, the next step to this is configuration of the mobile nodes placed in the work station. This configuration of mobile nodes is done in order to support the application of the project. The number of mobile nodes required for this simulation is 200 and all the 200 mobile nodes are selected from the object palette and placed in the work area.
Then all these nodes are to be allocated with the routing protocol and for this scenario all the nodes are assigned with the AODV routing protocol to sustain this scenario simulation. For this the mobile node is selected first and then right click on it and then from the options the routing protocol AODV is selected and this is done for all the 200 mobile nodes this is also represented with the screen shots attached in the appendix section. When all the nodes are allocated with the routing protocol then the nodes are said to be ready for using during the traffic passing in the scenario.
Wireless LAN server configuration:
In order to control all the 200 mobile nodes, a “wireless LAN server is used, and this section concentrates on the explanation of settings that are required for the server to control the nodes. The section before explains the configuration of mobile nodes selected for the simulation and this section explains the configuration of server, the server is also allocated with the AODV routing protocol similarly as the mobile nodes.
The server TCP parameter is set as Tahoe as generating the TCP traffic is the significant goal of this scenario 1. As the next stem to this the nodes are assigned with the IP addresses and this is done using the tab and then from the application IP is selected and then IPv4 addresses are selected automatically and then the server is also assigned with the IP address in the similar procedure. When once these settings are configured, the nodes are said to be ready for sharing the information. The screen shots indicating these configurations are attached to the appendix section and the next sections of this chapter deals with the explanation of profile and application settings required for the simulation of this scenario.
This paper is written and submitted by Sujana Priya V.