[Ndn-interest] Proposing some architectural changes in forwarding strategy of NDN
Saurab Dulal (sdulal)
sdulal at memphis.edu
Sun May 24 11:08:36 PDT 2020
You can definately test your changes using mini-ndn. (http://minindn.memphis.edu/). Mini-ndn is an emulator, it runs on top of whatever ndn packages you compile underneath (make sure to be consistent with dependencies). You can make your changes as per your need to the ndn packages (e.g. NLSR) and can subsequently write experiments to test your stuff.
As far as I know, we don't have the latest NLSR available in ndnsim.
There was some work done in the past to port NLSR to ndnsim but it heavily outdated now.
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Subject: [Ndn-interest] Proposing some architectural changes in forwarding strategy of NDN
I am doing some research in NDN architectures for a while. If I want to proposed some architectural changes, as a result of which the link state routing may be changed a bit (keeping intact all the basic concepts of NDN of course), then can I implement and simulate my method in some particular network graphs using any of NDNsim or MiniNDN at all? Or any such architectural changes can not be implemented by us currently in the simulators? Is there any other way out?
I searched some papers on the NDN with simulation but could not find many such journal papers where implementation is done on miniNDN or NDNsim, I found some conference papers. If you can kindly share some good journal papers, I can take some help from them.
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