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Re: Network Simulation and Measurement Software
From: Sean Donelan <sean () donelan com>
Date: 9 May 2001 13:27:13 -0700


I hate html mail.

18 months ago, I asked about network modeling software and everyone
pointed me to WANDL.  It is an interesting package.  Everyone had
their set of gripes with it, but it seemed to be the best available.
I changed jobs shortly afterwards, and didn't get to do much with it.


On Wed, 09 May 2001, "Wojtek Zlobicki" wrote:
I need to evaluate what is out there in regards to 
network simulation and modeling software.&nbsp; I am especially interested in 
freeware that will run on Linux.&nbsp; However, just about any application will 
do.&nbsp;&nbsp; I will compile a list of all the responses I get and will be 
publishing a web page with this info (part of a larger research project I am 
doing).&nbsp; I need software that will allow me to see how different 
applications react to different network/protocols conditions.&nbsp; I would like 
to create a system that would allow any application to be tested in a controlled 
environment




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