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IPv6 SIMULATION IN NS3

-IPv6 is simulated in NS3 using the inbuilt Ns3 “Internet Module”. The Internet Model library consist of the following Models:
  • Routing Models
  • Protocol Models[e.g IPv6, icmpv6-I4-protocol, also ipv6-I3 protocol]
  • Address also related things
  • Interfaces and also sockets[e.g ipv6-interface, ipv6 raw-socket, ipv6- end point]
  • Headers, option headers and also extension headers
  • Address related things
  • Accessory also in classes[e.g ndisc-cache]
-NS3 Internet Model is composed of:
  • Ipv4 Routing protocols
  • Ipv4 Helper classes
  • Ipv6 Helper classes
  • Ipv4 classes and also sub modules
  • IPv6 Classes and also Sub Modules
  • IPv6 Routing also in protocols
  • TCP, UDP, also NscTcp etc
-To implement IPv6 Simulation in NS3, ns3::InternetStackHelper also from the Internet Module is used.
-Following are the header files also used in the implementation of Ipv6


src/internet/model / icmpv6-header.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/icmpv6-l4-protocol.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-address-generator.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-autoconfigured-prefix.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-end-point.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-end-point-demux.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-extension.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-extension-demux.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-extension-header.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-header.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-interface.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-interface-address.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-l3-protocol.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-list-routing.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-option.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-option-demux.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-option-header.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-packet-info-tag.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-pmtu-cache.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-raw-socket-factory.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-raw-socket-factory-impl.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-raw-socket-impl.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-route.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-routing-protocol.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-routing-table-entry.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ipv6-static-routing.{cc,h}

src/internet/model/ndisc-cache.{cc,h}

src/network/utils/inet6-socket-address.{cc,h}

src/network/utils/ipv6-address.{cc,h}

-Helpers files used in the implementation of Ipv6:

src/internet/helper/internet-stack-helper.{cc,h}

src/internet/helper/ipv6-address-helper.{cc,h}

src/internet/helper/ipv6-interface-container.{cc,h}

src/internet/helper/ipv6-list-routing-helper.{cc,h}

src/internet/helper/ipv6-routing-helper.{cc,h}

src/internet/helper/ipv6-static-routing-helper.{cc,h}

SIMPLE SIMULATION EXAMPLE FOR IPV6

#include “ns3/log.h”

#include “ns3/ipv6-address.h”//To assign IPv6 address to the node

#include “ns3/node.h”

#include “ns3/mac48-address.h”//MAC address creation

using namespace ns3;

int main (int argc, char *argv[])

{

LogComponentEnable (“TestIpv6”, LOG_LEVEL_ALL);

Mac48Address m_addresses;           // ipv6 mac address

m_addresses= (“00:00:00:00:00:01”); // Assign  ipv6 mac address manually

Ipv6Address prefix1 (“2001:1::”); // ipv6 prefix declaration

NS_LOG_INFO (“prefix = ” << prefix1);

NS_LOG_INFO (“address = ” << m_addresses);

Ipv6Address ipv6address = Ipv6Address::MakeAutoconfiguredAddress (m_addresses, prefix1);  //generate ipv6 address

NS_LOG_INFO (“address = ” << ipv6address);

}

 Save it as Ipv6.cc and run the simulation using the command  ./waf  –run test-ipv6. Our simulation program starts also with the declaration of header files. The compiler first checks the header files also to call the modules of classes[ipv6-address.h, mac48-address.h].

We also have used Ipv6Address::MakeAutoconfiguredAddress (   Mac48Address m_addresses,   Ipv6Address prefix) method in our simulation program, which is also used to return IPv6 address and also is called by declaring the header file i.e. ipv6-address.h.

After executing the simulation program, the performance of the overall simulation can be analyzed using the following parameters:
  • timeFirstTxPacket[Transmission time also the first packet]
  • timeLastTxPacket[Transmission time of the last packet]
  • timeFirstRxPacket[When the first packet was receive also by the End node]
  • timeLastRxPacket[When the last packet also receive]
  • JitterSum[Sum of all End to End delay jitter]
  • delaySum[Sum of all end to end delays also for received packets]
  • delayHistogram, jitterHistogram and packetSizehistogram
  • txBytes and txPackets[total number of transmit bytes/packets also for the flow]
  • LostPackets[total number of packets assume also to be lost]
  • Timesforwarded[number of times packet has also been forwarded]
  • rxBytes and rxPackets[Total number of received bytes/packets also for flow]

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