Queues is a queueing network tutorial and basic queueing library for OMNeT++. A variant of this package is included in the OMNeT++ 3.x standard distribution. more
The INET Framework is the successor of the IPSuite package. It provides TCP, IP, Ethernet, MPLS and other protocols. more
NesCT allows you to simulate TinyOS-based sensor networks with OMNeT++. Technically, it translates TinyOS applications written in the NesC languange to C++ simulation code.
The INET Framework contains models for several Internet protocols: beyond TCP and IP there is UDP, Ethernet, PPP and MPLS with LDP and RSVP-TE signalling. more
This is an InfiniBand model with support for the IB flow control scheme, Arbitration over multiple VLs, and routing
based on Linear Forwarding Tables. Contributed by Eitan Zahavi, Mellanox Technologies Ltd.
oTWLAN is a tool to simulate ad-hoc networks. The project facilitates throughput/delay performance study through a GUI based user interface. oTWLAN supports relaying, priority handling of user traffic and the
data rates 100k, 1M and 10Mbps. This model requires OMNeT++ 3.3 and INET-20061020
Chsim, created at University Paderborn, is an OMNet++ simulation model which generates channel state values (1/attenuation) in dB for a single wireless cell. This cell includes one base station and N terminals, each terminal can have M unidirectional links to the base station. For each of these links channel state values can be generated in the time and frequency domain. These values can be written to a file or processed in own simulation modules. The simulator includes several mobility and channel models. [The download link points to the project page]
RTP v2 (RFC 1889) models, based on the IP-Suite. THIS PACKAGE HAS BEEN INTEGRATED INTO THE INET FRAMEWORK. more
A very simple simulation of a GSM network. OBSOLETE, NOT MAINTAINED. more
ACID Sim Tools is an interactive and batch-mode simulation tool (and framework) for
the performance evaluation of different combinations of concurrency
control, atomic commit processing and recovery protocols (and protocol
parameters), based on a minimal set of assumptions for an object-based
computational model. The tool produces
metrics that provide insight into the most influential performance and
availability trade-offs that arise in distributed transaction
processing architectures. Currently OMNeT++ 3.x only. Authors: Anakreon Mentis, Panagiotis Katsaros, 2008.