NS2/NS3 Industrial Training


Advance Diploma In NS2 & NS3 Technologies (ADNT)

Ns is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. Ns provides substantial support for simulation of TCP, routing, and multicast protocols over wired and wireless (local and satellite) networks. Ns began as a variant of the REAL network simulator in 1989 and has evolved substantially over the past few years. In 1995 ns development was supported by DARPA through the VINT project at LBL, Xerox PARC, UCB, and USC/ISI. Currently ns development is support through DARPA with SAMAN and through NSF with CONSER, both in collaboration with other researchers including ACIRI. Ns has always included substantal contributions from other researchers, including wireless code from the UCB Daedelus and CMU Monarch projects and Sun Microsystems. For documentation on recent changes, see the version 2 change log.
This training is a rich, informative introduction for understanding architectural issues and solutions to develop skills in the field of Network Simulator technology.

Who Should Do ?

B.Tech, M.Tech, PHD Researchers, Other Professional Researchers.

Modules Covered in the Course

  1. NS-2 introduction
  2. NS-2 architecture
  3. NS-2 installation (Linux OS)
  4. Starting and handling NS-2
  5. TCL / OTCL programming
  6. Working with Makefile
  7. Transforms
  8. Running wired simulations scenario
  9. Wired Domain
  10. Working with existing protocols
  11. Design of wired network
  12. Node Creation, link creation
  13. Performance Analysis
  14. Network Animator Simulation (NAM)
  15. Plotting graph with xgraph
  16. Learning about trace file (wired trace format )
  17. Analysis with awk, grep, egrep
  18. Wireless Domain
  19. Design of Wireless Networks
  20. Routing Protocols
  21. Node Configuration
  22. Performance Analysis

NS3 Modules

  1. NS3 introduction
  2. Pre-requisite (some Linux Environments & Commands)
  3. NS-3 installation (Linux OS)
  4. Fundamental aspects of Network simulator-3
  5. Introduction to Python
  6. Working with netanim
  7. working with gnuplot
  8. Logging level details
  9. Debugging using gdb tool
  10. Tracing and Monitoring of packet loss, delay and drop
  11. Flow Monitoring
  12. packet analysis using wireshark
  13. Building Topologies
  14. Mesh Network
  15. Simple Wireless Scenario
  16. Status of Energy Model
  17. Wifi and Adhoc Network
  18. Broadcast Communication
  19. Network Dynamics and mixed network management
  20. Working with Routing Protocols
  21. Implementation of OLSR, AODV, DSDV, DSR