NETWORK SIMULATION PROJECTS

NETWORK SIMULATION PROJECTS

     Network Simulation Projects provides a platform for sustained Innovation to harness your potential to bring your work into limelight. Scholars generally opt for Network Simulation Projects due to its cost effective solutions and proficient results. Network simulation is used to depict the real behavior of network through graphics and visualization. It will provide clear ideas for undertaking research as human brain always understand visual concepts better than theoretical concepts. Our Network simulation projects offer you wide collection of project ideas, mined with the help of top networking experts. Our continuous updation skills, makes our experts aware of all the latest issues unearthed in network. These issues will give you a new path for research as you need bring solution to these problems. Our experts will guide you throughout your research to make it more innovative and ground breaking. Now let’s have a glance over few major aspects of NS simulators to understand it in a better way.

CHARACTERISTICS AND USES OF NETWORK SIMULATORS:

Highlighted features:

  • Network configuration- describes the state[nodes, switches, routers and links] and events[packet error, data transmission] of the network
  • Output of Simulation- Trace files[Logs all the events and packets occurred in simulation]
  • Provides good and customizable GUI support
  • Provides modeling of Network topology, communication protocol, routing, network service, performance and security of Network
  • Databases Used: NS2 [MySQL], NS3[SQLite3],OPNET[Oracle, Teradata, Informix, sybase, SQL server], OMNET++[Interfacing with MySQL database]

Network simulators are used for

  • To model the network topology
  • Network protocol research and analysis
  • Impact assessment to modify or add to existing network
  • Network design validation of large enterprise, data centers and sensor networks
  • For defense application [like HF, UHF, VHF Manet networks]
  • To model the application flow between the nodes
  • Use of network performance metrics to analyze the final output
  • Visualization of packet flow and traffic modeling
  • Logging of packets, events for drill down analysis and debugging

MOST IMPORTANT NETWORK SIMULATORS:

NS2:

  • It is implemented using C++ and OTCL
  • Works with Linux, Unix, SunOS, Solaris and FreeBSD

NS3:

  • Implemented in C++ and Python
  • Works with FreeBSD, MAC OS X, Linux and windows

OPNET:

  • Coded using C/C++
  • Works with Red hat Linux and Windows

NETSIM:

  • Programming language used[Java(C/C++)]
  • Works with Windows XP, windows 7 and Vista

OMNET++:

  • Uses C++ for module designing
  • Works with Windows, MAC OS X and Windows

REAL:

  • Mainly implemented using C
  • Works with Windows, CentOS 5.10, Linux, Ubuntu 12.04

GLOMOSIM:

  • Works on Parsec(C)
  • Works with Sun OS, Ultrix, UMIPS, Solaris and BSD4.3

JSIM[java simulator]:

  • Works with Java which makes it platform independent

QUALNET:

  • Programmed using C/C++
  • It is platform independent

IMPORTANT ATTACKS AND ALGORITHMS USED:

SECURITY ATTACKS:

  • Black hole attack
  • Wormhole attack
  • Byzantine attack
  • Sybil attack
  • Spoofing attacks
  • Denial of service attack
  • DDos(Distributed denial of service) attack

 NETWORK SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS:

  • Class based queuing
  • Active queue management
  • Deficit round robin
  • Delay gradient congestion control
  • Credit based fair queuing
  • Generic cell rate algorithm
  • Fair Queuing
  • Hierarchical fair service curve
  • Generic cell rate algorithm
  • Leaky bucket
  • Max-Min Fairness
  • Network scheduler
  • Maximum throughput scheduling
  • Interleaved polling with adaptive cycle time
  • Round robin scheduling
  • Token bucket
  • Proportionally fair
  • Random early detection
  • Weighted fair queuing
  • Traffic shaping
  • Weighted Round robin

ROUTING MECHANISMS:

  • Max-min fairness
  • Link state routing protocol
  • Lulea algorithm
  • ODMRP
  • Multipath routing
  • Path finding algorithm
  • Route redistribution
  • Iterative deepening A*
  • MENTOR routing algorithm
  • Optimized link state Routing protocol
  • Recursive best first search
  • Vehicular Reactive Routing protocol
  • Wireless Routing Protocol

INTERFACES AND FRAMEWORKS USED:

INTERFACES USED:

-TraNS[Traffic and Network simulation environment]

  • Integrates traffic and network simulators[SUMO and NS 2]

-Mininet

  • Used for testing and development using OpenFlow and SDN
  • It integrates with ns-3

-BRITE integration with NS-3

  • Topolgy generation framework
  • Integrates with NS-3 to create large internet topologies

-NS2Web[Ns2 on web simulation]

-Interfacing NetSim with MATLAB

  • Use interfacing file named as NetSim_MATLAB_Interface.c
  • Controls the MATLAB computational engine

-6LoWPAN

  • Integrates with OMNET++
  • It is done using Integrate it yourself version of 6LoWPAN     

-STK

  • Combines with Qualnet
  • Provides usage of STK’s full motion 3D visualization capabilities of geospatial data, ISR sensors and communication assets.

-OPNET with MATLAB

  • Connected using HLA and Matlab C Interface
  • Provides real time visualization framework

-VENTOS[Matlab script to plot the simulation scenarios]

FRAMEWORKS AND LIBRARY SUPPORT:

OverSim:

  • Supports peer to peer network simulation for OMNET++ simulation framework

VEINS:

  • Open source Inter Vehicular Communication simulation framework
  • Contains event based network simulator and raod traffic microsimulation model

MIXIM:

  • OMNET++ Modeling framework used for mobile and wireless networks

CASTALIA:

  • Simulator for wireless sensor networks, BAN and low power embedded devices.

OS3:

  • Open source satellite simulator
  • Simulates various kinds of satellite based communication systems

Qualnet Exata:

  • Supports Wifi, Sensor networks, MANET, WiMax, Cellular networks and satellite networks
  • Provides satellite library, Sensor library and UMTS library.

WiMax-RBDS-Sim:

  • OPNET Simulation framework for IEEE 802.16 Mesh Networks
  • Evaluates reservation based distributed scheduling policies at MAC Layer

MAJOR RESEARCH AREAS:

  • Big data Networking
  • Optical wireless networks
  • Network management game and measurement
  • Internet topology mapping applications
  • Cloud based online social networking applications
  • Social Network analysis applications
  • Network visualization and security
  • Cyber forensics
  • Heterogeneous networking
  • Dynamic spectrum Access and security
  • 5G and LTE-C networks
  • Cognitive Radio Networking

 

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