[Tinyos-help] lost packets and nss file

Supasate Choochaisri kaizerwing at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 21:48:02 PST 2008


Maybe your line ending in .nss topology file is carriage return (0x0D) +
line feed (0x0A) (Windows)

In .nss file, line ending must be a line feed (0x0A) only (Unix)

Hope that helps

--Supasate

On Fri, Feb 29, 2008, funofnet Funofnet wrote:

>
> Hi every body,
> I don't now if my question has been asked before but I urgently want to
> know the answer.
> When I ran surge application, the DBG route didn't show me lost packet as
> it is viewed bellow:
> 3: MultiHopLEPSM: Updating Nbr 4. ExpTotl = 5, rcvd= 43, missed = 0
> 3: MultiHopLEPSM: Updating Nbr 1. ExpTotl = 5, rcvd= 43, missed = 0
> 3: MultiHopLEPSM: Updating Nbr 0. ExpTotl = 5, rcvd= 4, missed = 0
> 3: MultiHopLEPSM: Updating Nbr 2. ExpTotl = 5, rcvd= 41, missed = 0
> Always (zero).
>
> In addition, although I defined .nss file like this:
> 0:1:0.555
> 0:4:1
> 1:2:0.666
> 1:3:1
> 2:3:1
> 2:0:1
> 3:4:0.750
> 4:0:0.250
> 4:1:1
>
> my topology showed me only connections between Node N° 0 and others
> (neither links between 1 and 3 nor 1 and 2 etc...)
> I will be very grateful if you answer very soon
> Thanks a lot.
>
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