[unisog] network traffic simulations

Dean De Beer ddb at plazacollege.edu
Thu Mar 9 16:30:18 GMT 2006


Hi Nate,

You might also want to look at netstrain http://netstrain.sourceforge.net/ 

Cheers,

Dean

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Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2006 9:30 AM
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Subject: [unisog] network traffic simulations


Quick question:

We're currently looking into a platform for doing simulations of network 
traffic. This would include creating a large number of random flows, 
packets, src/dst ports, etc to mimic the typical behavior of a 
university network. We're basically looking for a way to "burn in" new 
network equipment before it's placed in production. Does anyone have 
any experience or recommendations?

Thanks much,
Nate

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Nathan W. Labadie
Sr. Security Specialist
Network Services
Wayne State University
http://security.wayne.edu

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