Tag Archives : OMNeT++


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RINASim Webinar, October 26th 17:00 CEST

We have the pleasure to announce a forthcoming RINASim Webinar that will take place on October 26th, at 17:00 CEST. RINASim is a stand-alone framework for OMNeT++ discrete event simulator environment coded from scratch and independent on another library. The main purpose is to offer the community with reliable and the most up-to-date tool (in the […]


RINASim accepted as an official OMNeT++ framework

After a successful RINASim presentation at 3rd OMNeT++ Community Summit, the OMNeT++ community decided that the RIMASim framework is not only interesting but also worthy of further dissemination. Hence, RINASim was accepted as the official OMNeT++ feature project! Now the official RINASim page has moved into https://rinasim.omnetpp.org. Congratulations to the FIT-BUT team for leading this effort and […]

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RINASim will be present at the OMNeT++ Community Summit!

RINASim, the world’s first full-fledged RINA simulator, is going to be disseminated at the 3rd OMNeT++ Community Summit. Moreover a new RINASim version will be released around  the conference date, including: fresh code extending DAF Enrollment, EFCP socket, CDAP API and NSM functionality; merge PRISTINE partners contributions for last 6 months. Congratulations to the FIT-BUT team, […]


Paper on RINASim presented at the OMNeT++ Community Summit 2015

Last week Vladimir Vessely of the Brno University of Technology presented the RINA simulator work in the OMNeT++ Community Summit 2015. RINASim, an open-source RINA simulator being developed within the PRISTINE project under the leadership of Vladimir’s team, was well-received by the community, therefore a bigger presence of RINASim in the next OMNeT++ summit may […]

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D2.4 RINA Simulator; basic functionality 6

PRISTINE’s deliverable D2.4 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary Simulation often serves for validating and verifying new technologies, which do not have yet implementation. Simulation also finds weak-points and drawbacks during test runs and subsequently allows one to enhance development process based on feedbacks. Hence, the implementation of the Recursive Internet Architecture […]