third-party ns stuff I turned up
Lloyd Wood <L.Wood@surrey.ac.uk>
Thu, 4 Mar 1999 00:06:03 +0000 (GMT)
Having just realised that the berkeley ns contributed-code web pages
only stretch to stuff that they've been contacted about by authors of
said stuff, I went searching to see if there was any other stuff out
there; here's some useful-looking stuff I hadn't seen/mentioned before
(ignoring results pertaining to berkeley/isi stuff)...
tutorial, presentation, project report in French. (is there anything
Phillippe doesn't stretch to?)
provides rest of stuff, including scripts, behind report.
TCP buffer fill avoidance stuff.
virtual clock scheduler for QoS enforcement via timestamps.
(probably completely obsolete) RED for ns v1.
getting started in Japanese.
getting started comprehensively in Swedish.
comparing tcp variants.
yet another mirror of that OTcl tutorial.
...and then there's RFC2415 in particular. didn't bother scanning
stuff in drafts.
Of course, I haven't used this stuff in any depth.
Caveat surfer said stuff.
There's probably more stuff out there, but I got tired of wading
through stuff from search engines, and I have other stuff to do.
www.google.com gets my vote; if there was a ballot, I'd stuff the box.