OMNeT++ is an extensible, modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators.
INET 2.5 released
We are happy to announce the latest stable version of the INET Framework. This version contains very few changes compared to 2.4 to make INET compile under C++11.
made the codebase compile in C++11 mode. (required by OMNeT++ 4.6)
added netperfmeter application by Thomas Dreibholz
If you are using OMNeT++ 4.6 or later, you must upgrade to INET 2.5. Visit the INET Framework website to download it.
OMNeT++ 4.5 released
We are happy to announce that OMNeT++ 4.5 is now available for download. The focus of version 4.5 was to improve the usability of the Graphical Runtime Environment (Tkenv). The Tkenv GUI has been redesigned for single-window mode to improve usability and user experience. A new message logging mode was added in the log window that shows the message exchanges in the selected module only. Tkenv has also received a new, modern look and feel, due to the use of the Ttk widgets and a custom Ttk theme. Read the ChangeLog (after the More link) for details, or go directly to the download page.
OMNeT++ Community Summit -- DEADLINE EXTENSION
Important notice: The abstract submission deadline for the 1st OMNeT++ Community Summit has been extended to July 11 (Fri), 2014! For other dates and more details about the Summit, please visit the 1st OMNeT++ Community Summit web site.
We are happy to announce the latest stable version of the INET Framework. Changes in this version include:
A new AODV protocol implementation
Added support for link break detection in IdealWireless (using the NF_LINK_BREAK signal)
VoIPStream updated to match the latest version of the ffmpeg library
Added packet printers for the trace window in the upcoming OMNeT++ 4.5 Tkenv
INET is an open-source communication networks simulation package for the OMNeT++ simulation environment. It contains models for several wired and wireless networking protocols, including UDP, TCP, SCTP, IP, IPv6, Ethernet, PPP, 802.11, MPLS, OSPF, and many others.