oTWLAN is a tool to simulate ad-hoc networks. The project facilitates throughput/delay performance study through a GUI based user interface. oTWLAN supports relaying, priority handling of user traffic and the
data rates 100k, 1M and 10Mbps. This model requires OMNeT++ 3.3 and INET-20061020
CDNSim is a simulation model for Content Distribution Networks (CDNs), built on OMNeT++ 3.x and a modified INET Framework. Author: Konstantinos Stamos, 2005-2009. License: GPL. more
ACID Sim Tools is an interactive and batch-mode simulation tool (and framework) for
the performance evaluation of different combinations of concurrency
control, atomic commit processing and recovery protocols (and protocol
parameters), based on a minimal set of assumptions for an object-based
computational model. The tool produces
metrics that provide insight into the most influential performance and
availability trade-offs that arise in distributed transaction
processing architectures. Currently OMNeT++ 3.x only. Authors: Anakreon Mentis, Panagiotis Katsaros, 2008.
is a behavioral simulator for testing synchronization protocols, in particular the Precision Time Protocol PTP, standardized as IEEE 1588. Currently OMNeT++ 3.x only. Author: Giada Giorgi, 2007. License: GPL.
BitTorrent implementation (currently for OMNeT++ 3.x). Includes both Peer-Wire and
Tracker protocols as well as a BitTorrent Churn model (peer arrival
process) for the OverSim Framework. It can be combined with additional
OverSim extensions created to provide an enhanced network substrate
supporting GT-ITM topologies, routing policy weights, Autonomous System
numbers and asymmetric links.
Contributed by K.Katsaros, Ch.Stais, G.Xylomenos, Mobile Multimedia
Laboratory (MMlab), Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB)
and V.P.Kemerlis, Network Security Lab, Columbia University.
PAWiS is an OMNeT++-based simulation framework for the optimization of wireless sensor networks (WSN). The simulator has been developed within the PAWiS project at the Institute of Computer Technology, University of Technology, Vienna. WSNs require nodes with exceptionally low power consumption, yet have to drive sensors and radio communication. Common optimization approaches concentrate on modules to make every module as good as possible, but this approach only reveals local optima. In contrast, the PAWiS Framework targets on cross layer and cross module optimization to find global optimum.
Queues is a queueing network tutorial and basic queueing library for OMNeT++. A variant of this package is included in the OMNeT++ 3.x standard distribution. more
This is an InfiniBand model with support for the IB flow control scheme, Arbitration over multiple VLs, and routing
based on Linear Forwarding Tables. Contributed by Eitan Zahavi, Mellanox Technologies Ltd.
Windows demo of the INET Framework. Self-running -- no OMNeT++ installation or C++ compiler needed. Can be used to simulate your own networks, as long as built-in protocols and application models suffice. Contains full documentation and tutorial.
The INET Framework is suited for simulations of wired, wireless and ad-hoc networks. Beyond IP and UDP/TCP there is 802.11, Ethernet, PPP, IPv6, OSPF, RIP, MPLS with LDP and RSVP-TE signalling, and several other protocols. more