NeSTiNg is a simulation model for Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN). It uses the INET Framework and enhances it by TSN-capable components. The model was initially developed by a group of students during a curricular project and is continously extended at the Distributed Systems group of IPVS, University of Stuttgart.
David Hellmanns, one of the simulation authors, presented NeSTiNg at the September 2018 IEEE 802.1 Working Group interim meeting in Oslo, Norway; see http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-hellmanns-tsn-simulator-0918-v03.pdf
Note: INET Framework, from version 4.4, already contains support for TSN modeling, written based on the experiences of NeSTiNg.
Keywords: vehicular, automotive, ethernet, 802.1q, avb, srp, tsn, vlan