Note: some entries here are actual downloads hosted on omnetpp.org, others are links to the respective project's web site.
OppBSD integrates essential parts of the real FreeBSD
networking stack into OMNeT++ as a simulation model. Every simulated host (or router) runs its own copy of the
FreeBSD kernel's networking stack. Consequently, the simulation model is very
accurate, i.e., almost behaving like a real implementation. Release 4.0 works
with OMNeT++ v4.3 (alternatively v4.1, v4.2) and provides IPv6 support.
Presently, the package covers the full TCP/IP stack including IPv4, IPv6, UDP,
TCP, ICMP, ICMPv6, ARP, ND, sockets and Ethernet frames.
TTE4INET is an extension to the INET-Framework for the event-based simulation of time-triggered Ethernet (TTEthernet) in the OMNEST/OMNeT++ simulation system. It was created by the CoRE (Communication over Realtime Ethernet) research group with support from the INET (Internet Techologies) research group at the HAW-Hamburg (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences)
The EbitSim is an enhanced BitTorrent simulation with the following features:
- Multiple concurrent swarm
- Multiple trackers
- Timeslice processing model
- A thousand nodes simulated
- Use of the INET Framework
- Modular model to allow easy configuration
For now, this model does not come with documentation other than the comments on the code. Check the article with the same name, presented at MASCOTS 201, for further information.
iCanCloud is a simulation platform aimed to model and simulate cloud computing systems, which is targeted to those users who deal closely with those kinds of systems. The main objective of iCanCloud is to predict the trade-offs between cost and performance of a given set of applications executed in a specific hardware, and then provide to users useful information about such costs. However, iCanCloud can be used by a wide range of users, from basic active users to developers of large distributed applications.
DenaCast is an open-source peer-to-peer video streaming framework for the OMNeT++ simulation environment.
NoC simulation is a key for NoC architectures research resulting from the huge incurred cost of VLSI prototypes production using modern manufacturing processes. Although several NoC simulators exist, they are either proprietary or built on non standard infrastructure. HNOCS is an open-source implementation of a NoC simulation framework using OMNeT++. The HNOCS framework utilizes the OMNeT++ module interface feature to support runtime selection of simulation modules from a library of parametrized components. For example by setting the opCalcType parameter from "XY" to "XY/YX" the simulation change to use a different output port selection algorithm. The models provided support heterogeneous NoC configuration in terms of link capacity and number of VCs. HNOCS modules available today implement wormhole switching, with round-robin or winner-takes-all arbitration. Current version of HNOCS contains different router implementations: synchronous, asynchronous and a full virtual output queuing (VOQ) with FIFO for each (input VC, output VC and output port) tuple.
MCoA enables the registration of multiple care of addresses for Mobile IPv6 nodes. mCoA++ is an implementation for OMNeT++ that extends xMIPv6 simulation model. The code is contributed by Bruno Sousa and Marco Silva from Laboratory of Communications and Telematics (LCT) of University of Coimbra, in Portugal.
This is a new fork of INET Framework developed for hybrid networking research. The INET-HNRL provides new models in both optical and wireless networking areas and their hybrid. Currently, the following models and research frameworks have been implemented:
- Models for the hybrid TDM/WDM-PON under the SUCCESS-HPON architecture
- Framework for the equivalent circuit rate (ECR)-based study of next-generation optical access (NGOA) architectures
Author: Kyeong Soo (Joseph) Kim
PhoenixSim (Photonic and Electronic Network Integration and Execution Simulator) is a simulation environment for designing and analyzing the
performance of photonic interconnection networks, developed by the Lightwave Research Laboratory at Columbia University in the City of New York. more
This is a basic implementation of Ethernet Passive Optical Network by Andreas B. OLT and ONU modules are defined and they both suport one or multiple LLIDs. MPCP protocol has been implemented on OLT and ONU models to assign LLIDs dynamically. Since it is under development, many features may be missing.