Fast creation and configuration of topologies, traffic matrices and event schedules for network experiments
The Fast Network Simulation Setup (FNSS) core library is a Python library providing a set of features allowing network researchers and engineers to simplify the setup of a network experiment.
These features include the ability to:
Parse a topology from a dataset, a topology generator or generate it according to a number of synthetic models.
Apply link capacities, link weights, link delays and buffer sizes.
Deploy protocol stacks and applications on network nodes.
Generate traffic matrices.
Generate event schedules.
The core library allows users to export the generated scenarios (topologies, traffic matrices and event schedules) to ns-2, Mininet or AutoNetKit.
It also allows to save scenarios in XML files, which can be later imported by the FNSS Java, C++ and ns-3 libraries.
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