Network Simulator & Learning Resource Software (VPL-NSLS)

SALIENT FEATURES:

  • All major topics in Networking are covered thoroughly.
  • Each topic is explained in details.
  • Even complex topics have been made easy to understand.
  • Videos and Animation included which makes understanding of theory topics better and easy.
  • Entire theory part can be read using text to speech facility.
  • Various Networking Components can be simulated easily.
  • Facility to create user defined Networks.
  • Simulation of functioning of created Networks.
  • Measurement of Various Network parameters.
  • Various Experiments can be performed with different combinations.
  • Drag and drop facility to add Nodes to Network.
  • Any numbers of Nodes can be added.

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

Theory topics: Computer Networks

  • Type of Computer Networks
    • LAN
    • WAN
    • WLAN
  • Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model
    • Physical Layer
    • Data Link Layer
    • Network Layer
    • Transport Layer
    • Session Layer
    • Presentation Layer
    • Application Layer
  • Data Transmission
    • Data Transmission Type
      • Parallel Data Transmission
      • Serial Data Transmission
    • Data Transmission Modes
      • Simplex
      • Half-Duplex
      • Full-Duplex
  • Data Framing, Overhead etc.
  • Working of Protocol
  • Media Access Control (MAC) Addressing
  • MAC Protocol
  •  Switching
    • STP – Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Parts of Switching:
      • Transport Network
      • Transport Control
      • Network Control
    • Component s of Switching
    • Switching Architectures
    • Switching Techniques
      • Circuit Switching
      • Packet Switching
      • Message Switching
    • Transmission Methods in Switches
      • Unicast
      • Broadcast
      • Multicast
  • Port Addressing in Transport Layer
  • Type of Services
    • Connection Oriented Service – TCP
    • Connectionless Service – UDP
  • Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Transmission Timers
    • Retransmission Timer
    • Quite Timer
    • Persistence Timer
    • Keep Alive Timer
    • Idle Timer
  • Windowing Concept
    • Sliding Window
    • Silly Window Syndrome
  • Data Fragmentation/Segmentation
  • User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
  • Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
    • Distance – Vector Routing
    • Link State Routing

 

Theory topics: Network Topologies

  • Bus Topology
  • Ring Topology
  • Star Topology
  • Mesh Topology
  • Tree Topology
  • Hybrid Topology

 

Theory topics: Network Protocols

  • Stop N Wait
  • Go Back To N
  • Selective Repeat
  • PAR

 

EXPERIMENTS:

  • Study of Data Transmission Type
  • Study of Fundamentals of Networking
  • Creation of Network with different Topologies
  • Study of working of different networking protocols
  • Simulation of Bus topology Network with Unicast
  • Simulation of Bus Topology Network with Broadcast
  • Simulation of Ring Topology Network
  • Simulation of Ring Topology with Token ring protocol
  • Experiments of Ring Topology with options to select packet delay, token delay, Source Node, Destination node and first Node etc.
  • Experiments with options to select different packet size
  • Simulation experiments with or without error/error probability
  • Simulation of Star Topology Network
  • Experiments simulation with option to select window size
  • Study of error detection and correction
  • Study of switch architecture and transmission in switch
  • Study of various protocols Vs normalized throughput / response time
  • Study of error probability Vs throughput / data loss
  • Study of number of nodes Vs mean delay
  • Study of data size Vs normalized throughput.
  • Study of number of Nodes Vs throughput, normalized throughput
  • Study of congestion control algorithm Vs throughput
  • Study of congestion control algorithm Vs reliability
  • Study of used link Vs normalized throughput
  • Study of address resolution protocol
  • Study of classless inter domain routing
  • Study of sub netting
  • Simulate Ring Topology
  • Simulate Ring Topology with various protocols viz Stop N Wait, Go back to N, Selective repeat.

 

 


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