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Re: ns-2
From: Jerome Benoit <jerome.benoit () grenouille com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 19:16:54 +0200

Le Thu, 24 Jul 2008 15:42:04 -0300,
"M.B.Jr." <marcio.barbado () gmail com> a osé(e) écrire :

Hello list,
considering open source options for network simulation, what do you
think:

does it still make sense to simulate network behavior under ns-2 or
does Xen opens up a better perspective, concerning realistic metrics
and results?

? 

NS-2 is a network simulator, Xen is not a network simulator ... it's an
hardware virtualisation layer to host guest OS. There's nothing to
compare between them ;-) 

honeyd can be diverted to do network simulation. 
dummynet for *BSD (not very rich)
netem for Linux (sparse ... )

Modelnet is comparable to NS-2 functionality wise 
WANem also
NISTnet, barely maintained but ...

Cheers.

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Jérôme Benoit aka fraggle
La Météo du Net - http://grenouille.com
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