NistNet produces "No such device" errrors

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by MDO, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. MDO

    MDO Guest

    I recently installed Nistnet on Slackware Linux version 2.4.20
    ([email protected]) (gcc version 3.2.2) to do some network utilization and
    latency simulations.

    It configured and compiled OK, but when I go to start it, either via
    the GUI or commandline (cnistnet), it produces "No such device" errors
    for any type of invocation.

    Is it because I'm running a recent version of Slackware/Linux Kernel?

    [email protected]:~# cnistnet -u
    on: No such device
    [email protected]:~# cnistnet -d
    off: No such device
    [email protected]:~# cnistnet -a 172.23.2.100 172.23.112.1 100 add new
    addnistnet: 172.23.2.100:0 to 172.23.112.1:0 (prot 0 cos 100),
    delay 0.000000 (sigma 0.000000 corr 0.000000),
    bandwidth 0, drop 0.000000 (corr 0.000000),
    dup 0.000000 (corr 0.000000),
    drdmin 0, drdmax 0, drdcongest 0
    util_binaddnistnet: No such device

    Any help would greatly be appreciated!!

    Thank you
    Mike
     
    MDO, Dec 11, 2003
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