Running Live CCNx Experiments on Wireless and Wired Testbeds with NEPI

Abstract : CCNx has long left the early development stage where simulation and emulation frameworks, like ccnSim and mininet, were enough to validate new approaches and improvements. It has now reached a level of maturity which calls for evaluation in more realistic environments. If it is to be deployed in the wild Internet or even in private network settings, a framework that provides proper validation in comparable environments is required. For this purpose we demonstrate the capabilities of the NEPI framework to run CCNx experiments in realistic environments. NEPI can run CCNx experiments directly on Internet settings as well as wireless or wired private network environments. This framework allows to automate host con guration, software installation, result collection and to define execution sequence between applications. Furthermore, it provides the ability to conduct interactive experiments where researchers are free to modify the experiment scenario on the fly.
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Alina Quereilhac, Julien Tribino, Thierry Turletti, Walid Dabbous. Running Live CCNx Experiments on Wireless and Wired Testbeds with NEPI. Demonstration at CCNxCon 2013. 2013. 〈hal-00948870〉

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