Simple tool, based on mininet, to boot a simple network with n paths and run experiments between two hosts.
./mpPerf -t topo -x xp
The format for the topo file and xp file is simple but could be different based on the type of topo or experiments. Details should follow.
1. Get the CLI
./mpPerf -t conf/topo/simple_para
The content of simple_para is:
desc:Simple configuration with two para link topoType:MultiIf leftSubnet:10.0. rightSubnet:10.1. #path_x:delay,queueSize(may be calc),bw path_0:10,10,5 path_1:40,40,5 path_2:30,30,2 path_3:20,20,1
topoType just specifies that we want to have multiple interfaces, one for
Each path is defined by 3 values, delay (one way, int, in ms), queue_size (int, in packets), and bandwidth (float, in mbit/s).
Once the configuration is up, you have access to the CLI. You can check route
configuration (policy routing etc.) Just by issuing regular commands preceded
2. Simple experiment
./mpPerf -t conf/topo/simple_para -x conf/xp/4_nc
This command will start the same topology and run the experiment defined by 4_nc The result for this experiment is a simple pcap file.
They are other options and experiments, but the documentation is still to be written.