Network emulator

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josegilham
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Re: Network emulator

Post by josegilham »

Hi, this is Jose.
I am telling you one most used network emulator i.e iTrinegy and their discription also.

iTrinegy Network Emulator (INE) products enable you to realistically recreate a wide variety of network conditions like latency, jitter, packet loss/error/reordering and bandwidth restrictions so that you can simulate environments such as Wide Area Networks , Wireless LANs, GPRS, 3G, IP over Radio, Satellite or MPLS networks. It is then possible to test the performance of new or existing applications in these replicated networks. Using these products from development, through testing to pre-deployment ensures your application will work and perform in its target network without the requirement for painful and expensive fixing, re-coding or re-designing.


Thankyou for looking
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