Efficient Gigabit Ethernet Switch Models for Large-Scale Simulation

Ethernet is the most widely implemented low-level networking technology used today, with Gigabit Ethernet seen as the emerging standard implementation. The backbones of many large scale networks (e.g., Data Centers, Metroarea Deployments) are increasingly made up of Gigabit Ethernet as the underlying technology, and Ethernet is seeing increasing use in dynamic and failure-prone settings (e.g., Wireless Backhaul, Developing Regions) with high rates of churn. Correspondingly, when using simulation to study such networks and applications that run on them, the switching makes up a significant fraction of the model, and can make up a significant amount of the simulation activity.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Topic: Networking Date Added: Aug 2010 Format: PDF

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