sudeepg at cse.iitb.ac.in
Thu Sep 23 23:52:39 PDT 2004
Does anyone have a copy of Netspec? It used to open-source and
available on http://www.ittc.ku.edu/netspec/. Its no longer there. I need it
for testing of end-to-end application performance on my MPLS test-bed. It
emulates many application traffic like MPEG, VoIP, FTP and measure their
end-to-end performance. And this is what I need to do.
I can use traffic generators (like TG) for the same, but I want to do
application performance analysis for different applications. Is there another
alternative with which I can know and generate traffic similar to different
Thanks and regards,
On Thu, 23 Sep 2004, Steven Berson wrote:
> IPv8 is already taken - see RFC 1621.
> David G. Andersen wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 23, 2004 at 11:01:23AM -0700, Joe Touch scribed:
>>> PS - if you're going to pick some bits to modify that existing routers
>>> might already drop, why not just use another IP version?
>> May I suggest IPv8? In addition to being aesthetically pleasing
>> as a power of two, you can talk to up to 8 galaxies with it... or
>> at least, one person who may well be from another galaxy. ;-)
When a great leader's work is done, people say "we did it ourselves".
More information about the end2end-interest