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# The traffic generators currently available are FTP, # FTP/GENERIC, TELNET, CBR, and HTTP. # # --------------------------------------------------------------- # 1. FTP # # FTP uses tcplib to simulate the file transfer protocol. In order to use # FTP, the following format is needed: # # FTP <src> <dest> <items to send> <start time> # # where # # <src> is the client node. # <dest> is the server node. # <items to send> is how many application layer items to send. # <start time> is when to start FTP during the simulation. # # If <items to send> is set to 0, FTP will use tcplib to randomly determine # the amount of application layer items to send. The size of each item is # will always be randomly determined by tcplib. Note that the term "item" # in the application layer is eqivalent to the term "packet" at the network # layer and "frame" at the MAC layer. # # # EXAMPLE: # # a) FTP 0 1 10 0S # # Node 0 sends node 1 ten items at the start of the simulation, # with the size of each item randomly determined by tcplib. # # b) FTP 0 1 0 100S # # Node 0 sends node 1 the number of items randomly picked by tcplib # after 100 seconds into the simulation. The size of each item is # also randomly determined by tcplib. # # # --------------------------------------------------------------- # 2. FTP/GENERIC # # FTP/GENERIC does not use tcplib to simulate file transfer. Instead, # the client simply sends the data items to the server without the server # sending any control information back to the client. In order to use # FTP/GENERIC, the following format is needed: # # FTP/GENERIC <src> <dest> <items to send> <item size> <start time> <end time> # # where # # <src> is the client node. # <dest> is the server node. # <items to send> is how many application layer items to send. # <item size> is size of each application layer item.
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course COMPUTERS CS537 taught by Professor Salman during the Spring '09 term at Texas A&M University–Commerce.

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