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Demo abstract: Realistic Evaluation of Kernel protocols and Software Defined Wireless Networks with DCE/ns-3

Abstract : We propose to demonstrate Direct Code Execution (DCE), a framework that enables to execute nearly unmodified applications and Linux Kernel code jointly with the ns-3 simu-lator. DCE allows therefore fully deterministic reproducibil-ity of network experiments. DCE also supports larger scale scenarios than real-time emulators by using simulation time dilatation. In this demonstration, we will showcase two main scenarios: (1) a basic example describing how to integrate in DCE the Data Center TCP (DCTCP) Linux kernel patch, and then how to customize this protocol and run it on differ-ent scenarios; (2) a more advanced use case demonstrating how to benefit from DCE to build a rich and realistic eval-uation environment for Software Defined Wireless Networks based on Open vSwitch and the NOX SDN controller.
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Emilio Mancini, Hardik Soni, Thierry Turletti, Walid Dabbous, Hajime Tazaki. Demo abstract: Realistic Evaluation of Kernel protocols and Software Defined Wireless Networks with DCE/ns-3. 2014, pp.335 - 337. ⟨10.1145/2641798.2655182⟩. ⟨hal-01111026⟩

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