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FreeBSD-based Network Simulation Environment on NS3 and NSC

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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2013

As part of Lawrence's PhD work, he ported the FreeBSD 9-STABLE and 10-CURRENT network stacks to run in user space as part of the Network Simulation Cradle (NSC) environment. When coupled with a discrete event network simulator like Network Simulator 3 (NS3), arbitrary network topologies can be created with nodes running real FreeBSD network stack code, and experiments can be run at faster than real-time. This talk will provide an overview of the architecture, recently released VM simulation environment and some possible uses.

This talk was recorded as part of the FreeBSD Developer Summit in St. Julian's, Malta, in September 2013. See https://wiki.freebsd.org/201309DevSummit for more information.

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