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Mininet - An Instant Virtual Network on your Laptop (or other PC)

  •    Python

Mininet emulates a complete network of hosts, links, and switches on a single machine. It creates a realistic virtual network, running real kernel, switch and application code, on a single machine (VM, cloud or native), in seconds, with a single command.

zsocket - Zero-copy sockets for Linux in Golang

  •    Go

ZSocket is a library that wraps the linux zero-copy socket syscall to create a ring buffer in a memory mapped file. It also contains some utility functions and types to help with a handful of layer 2, 3, and 4 types. It is a lot like libcap, except it has easy to understand facilities for writing (injecting packets) to an interface. ZSocket doesn't contain or wrap any C/C++, and it is lock free and thread safe.

zsocket - Zero-copy sockets for Linux in Golang

  •    Go

ZSocket is a library that wraps the linux zero-copy socket syscall to create a ring buffer in a memory mapped file. It also contains some utility functions and types to help with a handful of layer 2, 3, and 4 types. It is a lot like libcap, except it has easy to understand facilities for writing (injecting packets) to an interface. ZSocket doesn't contain or wrap any C/C++, and it is lock free and thread safe.

quantum - A lightweight, encrypted, WAN oriented, software defined network device.

  •    Go

quantum is a software defined network device written in go with global networking, security, and auto-configuration at its heart. It leverages the latest distributed data stores and state of the art encryption to offer fully secured end to end global networking over a single cohesive network. quantum is fully opensource, and is licensed under the MPL-2.0, for details see the license. For detailed information on the operation and configuration of quantum take a look at the wiki.




latte - Latency & packet loss measuring tool for SDN controllers

  •    Go

latte is a simple network probe written in Go that measures the response latency of an SDN controller for certain types of request/response message pairs. For a quick test, replay the multinet_1w_traffic pcap file located under resources folder. This is a capture from real traffic generated using Multinet (1 worker) and the OpenDaylight controller.






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