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Wireless Network Monitoring

The main goal of this tool is to help system administrators to monitor wireless networks. The tool generates metrics of packet loss and network utilization based on the delays and losses of the beacons packets sent by the access points. It also provides other information such as the received signal strength indication (RSSI), the security (i.e. WEP, WPA or WPA2 protected network), the BSSID of the access point, the SSID and channel of every network.

 

N3Sim A Simulation Framework for Diffusion-based Molecular Communication 

N3Sim is a complete simulation framework for diffusion-based molecular communications, which allows the evaluation of the communication performance of molecular networks with several transmitters and receivers in an infinite space with a given concentration of molecules. Transmitters encode the information by releasing particlPhDes into the medium, thus varying the concentration rate in their vicinity. The diffusion of particles through the medium is modeled as Brownian motion, taking into account particle inertia and collisions among particles. Finally, receivers decode the information by sensing the local concentration in their neighborhood. The benefits of such a simulator are multiple: the validation of existing channel models for molecular communications and the evaluation of novel modulation schemes are just two examples. 

 

LISPMon

LISPmon is a monitoring platform, developed at the Advanced Broadband Communications Center of UPC. It periodically probes different parameters of the LISP pilot network, and makes the results of these measurements available to the public.

 

CoreSim

CoreSim is an Internet-scale LISP deployment simulator with a hybrid event/trace based architecture and is able to replay a packet trace to simulate the behavior of an ITR and the associated mapping system. It builds its topology using Internet measurement data from the iPlane project and reports mapping lookup latency, the load imposed on each participating node, and ITR cache and packet buffer statistics. It was first presented to the academic community at the Trilogy Future Internet Summer School poster session (extended abstract, poster).