Notes on the Java Editor for the Network Simulator ns To obtain the Java Editor use the following links to obtain the file nscript zip http www people virginia edu ec3z software html

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					Notes on the Java Editor for the Network Simulator (ns)

To obtain the Java Editor use the following links to obtain the file - nscript.zip.

http://www.people.virginia.edu/~ec3z/software.html

More ns links - alternative path to nscript.zip
nscript is graphical user interface to create ns-2 simulation scripts,
developed in Java 2.

Lloyd Woods Page
http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/L.Wood/ns/

To install the Java editor in your Unix account enter.

       unzip nscript-1.0.3.zip

To run the java editor use the script.

       scrun.sh

or move to the bin directory and enter

       java -jar nscript.jar

The Java editor provides the following additional features not found in the nam editor.

      the ability to change the state of a link, link down (fault) and link up (no fault)

      an array indexing feature to create arrays of traffic object sources, to observe
       this feature in operation try using the example general.nss

      a graph drawing feature that allows the user to record the state of a variable of
       interest during a simulation, for example, the size of transmission window
       cwnd, see the ping example

I hope to have this editor installed as a general application for students.

Please note that this editor will run on a PC or workstation that has the Java2 JDK
installed.