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Release Notes

Mini-NDN version 0.4.0 (changes since version 0.3.0)

Release date: January 10, 2018

New features:

  • Use SIGQUIT to quit Mini-NDN, SIGINT to kill programs

  • Use Infoedit to edit NFD and NLSR configuration files

  • Use nlsr.conf installed in the system

  • Provide a Vagrantfile to setup Mini-NDN and NDN

  • Provide option to disable NLSR

  • Provide an option to run NLSR in dry-run mode

  • Add option to specify whether to use TCP or UDP face in nlsr.conf

  • Add option to specify arbitrary arguments to use in experiments

  • Include a single option to install Mini-NDN and all the dependencies

Bug fixes:

  • Fix "key does not exist error" after NLSR starts

  • Update install.sh to call ldconfig after installing ChronoSync

  • Add hyperbolic coordinates to default topology

Misc changes:

  • Add an experiment to test nlsrc

  • Create faces in NFD for each neighbor in NLSR

  • Update to latest ndn-cxx

  • Use /tmp/minindn folder as default work dir instead of /tmp

Mini-NDN version 0.3.0 (changes since version 0.2.0)

Release date: March 3, 2017

New features:

  • Mini-NDN cluster edition

  • New experiments for making NLSR testing easier

Bug fixes:

  • Set site name correctly

  • Install missing certificates in NLSR security config

  • Fix quitting of NLSR due to key not found error

Misc changes:

  • Removed nlsr.conf file, generate it within the code

  • Use argparse instead of deprecated optparse

  • Update security config section for NLSR

  • Change mininet prompt to mini-ndn

  • Set network name at one place

  • Update install.sh script to install openssl

  • Update install.sh script to install cryptopp from package instead of compiling from source

  • Update install.sh to clean build folder every time to get rid of removed files such as old experiments

  • Fix old code - use net.hosts instead of storing hosts in a variable

  • Use nfdc instead of deprecated nfd-status

Mini-NDN version 0.2.0 (changes since version 0.1.1)

Release date: August 18, 2016

New features:

  • Automatic security configuration for NLSR

  • Use /usr/local/etc/ndn/nfd.conf as default config file for NFD

  • Class to monitor /proc/$PID/stat file for PID

  • Mini-NDN exits gracefully on SIGINT and non-convergence

  • Faster Mini-NDN install script - does not do apt-get update everytime

  • NLSR is launched with explicit config file for easier process identification

  • Add and update more documentation

Bug fixes:

  • NFD is killed correctly on exit

  • Best route strategy is set correctly

Mini-NDN version 0.1.1 (changes since version 0.1.0)

Release date: November 4, 2015

New features:

  • Use nfd.conf.sample from currently installed NFD

  • Add working directory option to allow execution environment outside of /tmp

  • Add results directory option to store experiment results after completion

  • Add support for switches in GUI and configuration file

  • Add failNode and recoverNode methods to Experiment class

  • Add most connected node (MCN) failure experiment

  • Add option to specify percentage of nodes pinged

Code changes:

  • Refactor program options into container class

  • Remove unused "FIB Entries" option from NDN host options

Bug fixes:

  • Abort start up if experiment name is invalid

  • Restart pings after recovery in failure experiment

Mini-NDN version 0.1.0 (initial release)

Release date: July 15, 2015

Mini-NDN is a lightweight networking emulation tool that enables testing, experimentation, and research on the NDN platform. Based on Mininet, Mini-NDN uses the NDN libraries, NFD, NLSR, and tools released by the NDN project to emulate an NDN network on a single system.

Included features:

  • Run a complete NDN network on a single system

  • Automatic configuration of NLSR to provide a routable NDN network

  • Supports user created NDN applications

  • Create a topology using the included Mini-NDN Edit GUI application

  • Allows individual configuration of NFD and NLSR parameters for each node

  • Provides an experiment management framework for easy creation of custom networking experiments

  • Uses a simple topology file format to define hosts, links, and configuration values

  • Configure network link parameters including bandwidth, delay, and loss rate

  • Includes a pre-configured topology file to replicate the NDN testbed