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[mininet-discuss] Data center traffic generator
NGUYEN Xuan Nam
xuan-nam.nguyen at inria.fr
Fri Apr 25 05:18:40 PDT 2014
Thank for your reply.
This is really nice work and I hope that it will be published soon.
On 25/04/2014 12:17, Philip Wette wrote:
> you should have a look at MaxiNet .
> In this paper, we not only propose a toolkit for distributing Mininet
> to multiple compute nodes but also a traffic generator for realistic
> data center traffic based on traffic observations from real data centers.
> The corresponding traffic generator is supposed to be open source,
> however, we did not yet publish it because the software needs some
> additional bug fixing.
> We hope to publish it in the next couple of weeks.
> : P. Wette, M. Dräxler, A. Schwabe, F. Wallaschek, M. Hassan
> Zahraee, H. Karl: MaxiNet: Distributed Emulation of Software-Defined
> Networks. In IFIP Networking 2014 Conference (Networking 2014). (2014)
> You access a preprint at
> Am 25.04.14 11:30, schrieb NGUYEN Xuan Nam:
>> I would like to generate the traffic (OD flows, from hosts to hosts)
>> for data center topology to use in Mininet.
>> Is there any traffic generator which is designed for data center?
>> Thanks for your suggestions.
>> *NGUYEN Xuan-Nam *
>> Ph.D. Student - DIANA - INRIA Sophia Antipolis
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