Course instructors: Rahul Hada, Hitesh Choudhary
This course is dedicated to build a community for learners and teachers of ns-3. Feel free to contact the instructors to contribute as a teacher by adding your valuable content to the course.
Resource website: www.nsnam.org
ns-3 is a discrete-event network simulator for Internet systems, targeted primarily for research and educational use. ns-3 is free software, licensed under the GNU GPLv2 license, and is publicly available for research, development, and use.
GNU GPLv2 license, and is publicly available for research, development, and use.
The goal of the ns-3 project is to develop a preferred, open simulation environment for networking research: it should be aligned with the simulation needs of modern networking research and should encourage community contribution, peer review, and validation of the software.
The ns-3 project is committed to building a solid simulation core that is well documented, easy to use and debug, and that caters to the needs of the entire simulation workflow, from simulation configuration to trace collection and analysis.
Furthermore, the ns-3 software infrastructure encourages the development of simulation models which are sufficiently realistic to allow ns-3 to be used as a realtime network emulator, interconnected with the real world and which allows many existing real-world protocol implementations to be reused within ns-3.
The ns-3 simulation core supports research on both IP and non-IP based networks. However, the large majority of its users focuses on wireless/IP simulations which involve models for Wi-Fi, WiMAX, or LTE for layers 1 and 2 and a variety of static or dynamic routing protocols such as OLSR and AODV for IP-based applications.
ns-3 also supports a real-time scheduler that facilitates a number of "simulation-in-the-loop" use cases for interacting with real systems. For instance, users can emit and receive ns-3-generated packets on real network devices, and ns-3 can serve as an interconnection framework to add link effects between virtual machines.
Another emphasis of the simulator is on the reuse of real application and kernel code. Frameworks for running unmodified applications or the entire Linux kernel networking stack within ns-3 are presently being tested and evaluated.
Trained as an Electronics Engineer and mastered as computer network and Information Security, Mr. Hitesh Choudhary is a renowned Author, video author, International speaker and security consultant. Also he is a got trained in wireless security from a prof. of MIT. He created various tools and attacks like wireless Eurynomus featured in pentest magazine and in Backtrack project. His webinar on wireless, Backtrack, and ethical hacking was attended by 2000+ professionals from Google India, HP, IBM, Accenture, TCS, Sapient Corp. , Symantec, EEL India Ltd., Capgemini, Micro Technology, CDAC, Kodak India Ltd., Wipro Infotech Ltd., ABB Ltd., Tech Mahindra Ltd., and many more. He is also an active consultant and speaker for police in India and Army Intelligence and his work was featured in 20+ air, print and live media.