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Old 02-01-2005, 04:13 PM   #1
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To those who have used network simulation tools, which one did use? Did you find it useful?If you have used a couple which one would you say is preferable to others and why?

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Explain what you mean by network simulation. If you thinking of VMwareVMware that is the only one I ever used and I like it a lot. A little pricey but good. It helps me when I am trying different server configs and especially group policies. It sucks when you lock yourself as an admin out of your own box.

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I mean modeling a network in a simulation tool, so you can monitor traffic, delay, utilization, packets dropped etc. For example OPNET.
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One i saw a simulation tool like that at UNO, it was developed strictly for military purposes and UNO was just lucky enough to get to try it out.
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Not sure what you mean by UNO. Opnet also was used for military purposes.
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