ns-3 is a discrete-event network simulator for Internet systems, targeted primarily for research and educational use. ns-3 is free, open-source software, licensed under the GNU GPLv2 license, and maintained by a worldwide community.
Recent News (Older)
The ns-3.35 release has been published. This release provides a number of small feature improvements (IPv6 support for NixVectorRouting, a group mobility helper, improvements to the Wi-Fi 802.11ax support, and extensions to the planar array antenna model), among various other bug fixes and small improvements.
Release 1.11 of Direct Code Execution (DCE) has been published. This is the last maintenance release for the Ubuntu 16.04 distribution; the next release 1.12 will provide Ubuntu 20.04 compatibility. Roadmap
Three students successfully completed Google Summer of Code with the ns-3 project:
- Parth Pratim Chatterjee, Direct Code Execution Modernization
- Ameya Deshpande, IPv6 Nix-Vector Routing
- Akshit Patel, Add logging support to Simulation Execution Manager (SEM)