OMNeT++ is an extensible, modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators.
Modern random number generators
Bertrand Hechenleitner and Karl Entacher have performed different simulations to examine bad effects of poor RNGs on simulation results. They suggest two RNGs to be used: Mersenne Twister and the Objected-Oriented Random-Number Package of Pierre L'Ecuyer et al. Source available from the page. Home page: http://www3.fh-sbg.ac.at/~bhechenl/research.htm
Official Call for Participation for the 3rd OMNeT++ Workshop is out! This workshop will be organized by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, January 27-28, 2003. Come, show your work, meet and learn from others! See you in Budapest!
OMNeT++ export for the BRITE
Created OMNeT++ export for the BRITE internet topology generator program. Download from here.
Random number Wiki discussion
A Wiki page opened for working out a new random number infrastructure in OMNeT++. This is taking place at initiative and with participation from University of Salzburg and University of Bonn. See Wiki page.