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Maybe you could do your research on the ns-3 platform? ns-3 A network simulator for Internet systems It abstracts away all the low level issues, and let you concentrate on the concrete research goal providing a high level API for simulation to you. Good luck.


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Those two errors of rfkill are by Rfkill, a tool for enabling and disabling wireless devices. Most of the time the kernel does not have rfkill enabled in it. And so there is no /dev/rfkill file present, and rfkill command will give errors like rfkill: Cannot open RFKILL control device Control device here means /dev/rfkill



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