Note: some entries here are actual downloads hosted on omnetpp.org, others are links to the respective project's web site.
The INET Framework is an open-source communication networks simulation package for the OMNeT++/OMNEST simulation environment. The INET Framework contains models for several Internet protocols: UDP, TCP, SCTP, IP, IPv6, Ethernet, PPP, IEEE 802.11, MPLS, OSPF, and several other protocols.
MiXiM is an OMNeT++ modeling framework created for mobile and fixed wireless networks (wireless sensor networks, body area networks, ad-hoc networks, vehicular networks, etc.). It offers detailed models of radio wave propagation, interference estimation, radio transceiver power consumption and wireless MAC protocols (e.g. Zigbee).
INETMANET is a fork of the INET Framework containing additional adhoc routing protocols and other models written by the community.
Veins is an open source Inter-Vehicular Communication (IVC) simulation framework composed of an event-based network simulator and a road traffic microsimulation model.
OS³, the Open Source Satellite Simulator, was developed as a framework for simulating various kinds of satellite-based communication, based on OMNeT++. The aim was to create a platform that makes evaluating satellite communication protocols as easy as possible. OS³ is also be able to automatically import real satellite tracks and weather data to simulate conditions at a certain point in the past or in the future, and offer powerful visualization.
CometOS is a component-based, extensible, tiny operating system for wireless networks. It is written in C++ and highly inspired by OMNeT++'s communication paradigm. It allows the execution of protocols within the OMNeT++ simulation environment as well as on resource-restricted platforms such as wireless sensor nodes.
This Mellanox-contributed InfiniBand simulation model is modeling the data-path of hosts and switches at the flit transfer level. The model can be used to estimate network performance under configurable hardware capabilities, timing and topologies.
VNS is a simulation framework that completely integrates the mobility and network components in a transparent and efficient way, reducing the overhead of communication and synchronization between different simulators. VNS provides bi-directionally interaction between a microscopic mobility model and network simulators such as OMNET++.
This project exploits discrete simulation of a network for automated analysis of security properties. Network topology is formally built using nodes (e.g., routers) and links. Nodes include network interfaces with IP addresses, filtering rules (express using ACLs), and routing processes. Using automated simulation with changing configuration (links going up and down), dynamic behaviour of the network is observed and analyzed. The goal is to find out weak points of the network design and configuration.
Castalia is a simulator for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Body Area Networks (BAN) and generally networks of low-power embedded devices. It is developed in the Networked Systems theme at NICTA, since 2007. Castalia is used by researchers and developers to test their distributed algorithms and/or protocols in realistic wireless channel and radio models, with a realistic node behaviour especially relating to access of the radio. Castalia's salient features include: model for temporal variation of path loss, fine-grain interference and RSSI calculation, physical process modeling, node clock drift, and several popular MAC protocols implemented. Castalia is highly parametric. It provides tools to help run large parametric simulation studies, process and visualize the results.