Easy CCNx experimentation on PlanetLab

Abstract : Realistic experimentation on top of Internet-like environments is key to evaluate the feasibility of world wide deployment of CCNx, and to assess the impact of existing Internet traffic conditions on CCN traffic. However, deploying live experiments on the Internet is a difficult and error prone task, specially when performed manually. To address this issue, we extended NEPI, a framework for managing network experiments, to support easy design, and automated deployment and control, of CCNx experiments on PlanetLab. Among other features, NEPI enables the deployment of user modi ed CCNx sources on arbitrary PlanetLab nodes, and the creation of tunnels to enable the use of multicast FIB entries between CCNx daemons over the Internet. By supporting easy CCNx experimentation on PlanetLab, NEPI can help to explore the co-existence of CCN and TCP/IP architecture.
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Alina Quereilhac, Anshuman Kalla, Thierry Turletti, Walid Dabbous. Easy CCNx experimentation on PlanetLab. 2012. ⟨hal-01270471⟩

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