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Author: Muddassar Farooq. The model implements an Ant-based routing algorithm proposed by G. Di Caro and M. Dorigo. This model version works with omnetpp 3.0a3 and up. more...
Unstable snapshot of the IPSuite which provides IP, TCP and MPLS protocol models (see release 20031003). REQUIRES OMNeT++ 3.0a4. more...
IPv6Suite is an OMNeT++ model suite for accurate simulation of IPv6 protocols and networks. Our simulation suite models the functionality of the following RFCs: more...
Unstable snapshot of the IPSuite which provides IP, TCP and MPLS protocol models (see release 20031003). REQUIRES OMNeT++ 3.0a6 (!!!). more...
Supports wireless and mobile simulations within OMNeT++. The core framework implements the support for node mobility, dynamic connection management and a wireless channel model. Additionally the core framework provides basic modules that can be derived in order to implement own modules. With this concept a programmer can easily develop own protocol implementations for the Mobility Framework (MF) without having to deal with the necessary interface and interoperability stuff.
See home page at http://mobility-fw.sourceforge.net for more info and documentation.
Unstable snapshot of the IPSuite which provides IP, TCP and MPLS protocol models (see release 20031003). Requires OMNeT++ 3.0a6. THE MPLS MODELS ARE TEMPORARILY OUT OF ORDER -- they haven't been ported to the new TCP and app models yet. more...
The INET Framework is the successor of the IPSuite package. It provides TCP, IP, Ethernet, MPLS and other protocols. more...
Windows demo of the INET Framework. Self-running -- no OMNeT++ installation or C++ compiler needed. Can be used to simulate your own networks, as long as built-in protocols and application models suffice. Contains full documentation and tutorial.
This is the code from http://trace.eas.asu.edu/tracesim/tracesim.html, updated for OMNeT++ 3.0, reindented a little bit, and very long function split up (more such refactoring will be needed). Still has some file reading problem (removing the comment from the top of the input files seems to help it, but this probably isn't the proper solution to the problem. If you happen to improve the code, pls let us know via the mailing list. Thanks.) The original code came without license.
The INET Framework is the successor of the IPSuite package. It provides TCP, IP, Ethernet, MPLS and other protocols. more...
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