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Emulator or Simulator for Network kernal development

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globosim

Is that have any software can emulate an system with specified feature such as 8/16/32 bit system, limited buffer size and limited RAM.

Then, we can implement the protocol/application with this software and testing the procotol/application?

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Please help me ............
 

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globalsim + network simulatore

Another list,
Glomosim
CNET -Network Simulator
 

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OPNET is a usefull simulator, also you can work with NS-2, but it is more complicated.
 

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yes globosim is the best as it can interface with linux's network layer and there is also a comercial version of globalsim
 

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