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SubjectRe: Intentional creation of latency in IP Forwarding
On Thu, Jun 17, 1999 at 04:14:47PM -0400, "Chris A. Henesy" wrote:

> Can someone offer some insight on how complicated it would be to
> patch the kernel in such a way as to add a (user defineable) delay to IP
> forwarding? I am trying to use linux to simulate the natural latency of
> certain links (such as satelite links). Normally this is done by using
> some sort of packet generator to increase the utilization of a network,
> but this is not a true simulation of this type of latency.

NIST NET offers a somewhat more realistic network environment. The
homepage is at "http://snad.ncsl.nist.gov/itg/nistnet/.

Ralf

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