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- WAN-in-Lab: motivation, deployment and experiments
- Lee, George S.; Andrew, Lachlan L. H.; Tang, Ao; Low, Steven H.
- WAN-in-Lab is a hardware testbed for the design, development, testing and evaluation of high speed network protocols. It uses real carrier-class networking hardware to avoid the artifacts introduced by network simulation and emulation, while being localized to allow detailed measurement of network performance. WAN-in-Lab is an open resource, available for use by the networking community. This paper describes the structure of WAN-in-Lab and the rationale behind it, issues encountered, and experimental results that illustrate its applications.
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- Conference paper
- Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Protocols for Fast Long-Distance Networks (PFLDnet 2007), Los Angeles, California, United States, 07-09 February 2007, pp. 85-90
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- High speed network protocols; Network emulation; Network simulation; Performance; WAN-in-Lab
- California Institute of Technology
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- Copyright © 2007 (Please consult authors). Paper reproduced here with the kind permission of the conference organisers.
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- The authors acknowledge the use of Caltech's WAN-in-Lab facility funded by NSF (through grant EIA-0303620), Cisco ARTI, ARO (through grant W911NF-04-1-0095), and Corning.
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