IREEL: Remote Experimentation with Real Protocols and Applications over Emulated Network

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Dairaine, Laurent; Jourjon, Guillaume; Lochin, Emmanuel; Ardon, Sebastien


2007-06-01


Journal Article


SIGCSE onRoads bulletin


39


2


92-96


This paper presents a novel e-learning platform called IREEL. IREEL is a virtual laboratory allowing students to drive experiments with real Internet applications and end-to-end protocols in the context of networking courses. This platform consists in a remote network emulator offering a set of pre-defined applications and protocol mechanisms. Experimenters configure and control the emulation and the end-systems behavior in order to perform tests, measurements and observations on protocols or applications operating under controlled specific networking conditions. A set of end-to-end mechanisms, mainly focusing on transport and application-level protocols, are currently available. IREEL is scalable and easy to use thanks to an ergonomic web interface.


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Dairaine, Laurent; Jourjon, Guillaume; Lochin, Emmanuel; Ardon, Sebastien. IREEL: Remote Experimentation with Real Protocols and Applications over Emulated Network. SIGCSE onRoads bulletin. 2007-06-01; 39(2):92-96. <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/123057?index=1" target="_blank">http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/123057?index=1</a>



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