Commit bb7325d3 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

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Hmm, we even called ourselves Netlab in one place. :)
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<p><em>Netbed</em>, an outgrowth of <em>Emulab</em>, provides
<p><em>Emulab</em> provides
integrated access to three disparate experimental environments:
<a href="tutorial/docwrapper.php3?docname=nse.html">simulated</a>,
emulated, and <a href=widearea.html>wide-area</a> network
testbeds. Netbed strives to preserve the control and ease of use of
testbeds. Emulab strives to preserve the control and ease of use of
simulation, without sacrificing the realism of emulation and live
network experimentation.
</p>
<p>
Netbed unifies all three environments under a common user interface,
Emulab unifies all three environments under a common user interface,
and integrates the three into a common framework. This framework
provides abstractions, services, and namespaces common to all, such as
allocation and naming of nodes and links. By mapping the abstractions
into domain-specific mechanisms and internal names, Netbed masks much
into domain-specific mechanisms and internal names, Emulab masks much
of the heterogeneity of the three approaches.
</p>
<p>
Netbed's emulation testbed consists of three sub-testbeds
Emulab's emulation testbed consists of three sub-testbeds
(nodes from each can be mixed and matched), each catering to a
different research target:
<ul>
<li> <b>Mobile Wireless</b>: Netbed has deployed and opened to public
<li> <b>Mobile Wireless</b>: Emulab has deployed and opened to public
external use, a small
<a href="tutorial/mobilewireless.php3">robotic testbed</a> that will
grow into a large mobile robotic wireless testbed. The small version
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<a href="http://www.cs.utah.edu/flux/testbed-docs/teapot05-emulab-only.pdf">
this article</a>.
<br><br>
<li> <b>Fixed 802.11 Wireless</b>: Netbed's
<li> <b>Fixed 802.11 Wireless</b>: Emulab's
<a href="tutorial/docwrapper.php3?docname=wireless.html">Fixed Wireless</a>
testbed consists of PC nodes that contain 802.11 a/b/g wifi
interfaces, and are scattered around our building at various
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machines and links down to the hardware level. Packet loss, latency,
bandwidth, queue sizes--all can be user-defined. Even the OS disk
contents can be fully and securely replaced with custom images by any
experimenter; Netbed can load ten or a hundred disks in less than two
experimenter; Emulab can load ten or a hundred disks in less than two
minutes.
<br><br>
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<p>
Numerous <a href=otheremulabs.html>other sites</a> have set
up their own network emulators using Netlab's software, including the
up their own network emulators using Emulab's software, including the
<a href = "http://www.uky.emulab.net">University of Kentucky</a> testbed,
and the <a href = "http://www.netlab.cc.gatech.edu">Georgia Tech</a>
Testbed.
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