Emulation is a hybrid experimentation technique intended to bridge the gap between simulation and real-world testing. The key idea of emulation is to reproduce in real time and in a controlled manner the essential functionality of a system, so that it can interact with other real systems that can thus be evaluated. This book describes the technique of network emulation and compares it with the other experimental approaches: the scholarly analytical modeling, the popular network simulation, and the demanding real-world testing. To emphasize the practical aspects related to emulation, this book presents a large number of examples of network emulators on the market, as well as provides an in-depth analysis of a case study, the wireless network emulation testbed called QOMB.matching queue and pipe pair, but this behavior can be changed by modifying the corresponding system setting.4 ... This means that the host will act as a sort of router and will pass the packets arriving at one of its network interfaces to the other one.5 For ... As Dummynet is included by default in a standard operating system such as FreeBSD, and is also open source, we classified it as aFreea from theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Network Emulation|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-11-07|