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Re: Network Simulation and Measurement Software
From: "dave o'leary" <doleary () juniper net>
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 14:40:25 -0700


At 01:27 PM 5/9/01 -0700, Sean Donelan wrote:

I hate html mail.

18 months ago, I asked about network modeling software and everyone
pointed me to WANDL.  It is an interesting package.

yes, but not exactly freeware :-)

If you are prepared to go down that path ($10's-100K), there are
also some others, OpNet, etc.

A good place to look for network tools is the CAIDA taxonomy
(maybe it will save you time from publishing your own web page):

http://www.caida.org/TOOLS/taxonomy/index.xml

                                                dave


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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