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Overview
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Introduction 
Overview
Welcome to Modeler!This tutorial teaches you the basics of using Modeler.If you are new to Modeler, this short introduction willhelp get you started.If you are doing this tutorial for the first time, read thefollowing pages for important information about usingthis tutorial and Modeler.
 
About the Models
2
About the Models
This tutorial was written for use with release 10.0 ofthe Modeler software and the August 2003 models. Ifyou are using a different release, you might getdifferent results or be unable to complete somelessons.To complete the tutorials, you must install the Modelerstandard models, which include the required tutorialmodels. These models are normally installed whenyou install the Standard Model Library.Modeler standard models cover common protocolsand vendor devices. The standard models are in thesubdirectories under the OPNET release directory(<reldir>):
<reldir>\models\std\<protocol_name><reldir>
describes the directory that contains thecurrent Modeler software.
 
About the Models
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You can find your
<reldir>
by doing the following:
1
Select
Help > About This Application
in themain menu.
2
In the About OPNET Modeler dialog box, click onthe
Environment
tab, then expand the
SystemInformation
section.
3
Under System Information, find the
OPNETreleasedirectory
.For example, the
<reldir>
for a default installation ofthis release of Modeler on Windows is
C:\PROGRA~1\OPNET\10.0.A
The tutorials use the Windows convention of thebackslash character (\) as the separator in directorypathnames. If you are using Solaris, replace thebackslash with a forward slash (/).

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