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Main Page - Current Development - Developer FAQ - Tools - Related Projects - Project Ideas - Summer Projects

Installation - Troubleshooting - User FAQ - HOWTOs - Samples - Models - Education - Contributed Code - Papers

This wiki complements the main ns-3 web site.

Account Policy: Due to spam problems, we have disabled the ability to create new accounts and to edit/move pages without moderator approval; our experience on the ns-2 wiki with Mediawiki captchas has been ineffective. If you would like to edit this wiki, please email webmaster@nsnam.org with your preferred username (different from your email address; see these guidelines) and we will create the account and enable it for write privileges.

Note: ns-2 has a separate wiki, at http://nsnam.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Upcoming Releases

  • ns-3.29 is not yet scheduled but should occur sometime in late spring or early summer.

Upcoming Events

  • May 14-August 14: Google Summer of Code projects.
    • WenYing Dai, "Implementation of AccECN and ECN++ in ns-3"
    • Muhammad Iqbal CR, "Merging and Improvement of LTE and Wi-Fi Coexistence Module"
    • Sourabh Jain, "Direct Code Execution upgrade"
    • Davide Magrin, "A simulation execution manager for ns-3"
    • Jude Niroshan, "Trust-based routing protocols framework"
  • June 2 (extended deadline): Poster submission deadline for Workshop on ns-3.
  • June 11-15: The annual Workshop on ns-3 and annual meeting of the ns-3 Consortium will be held at NITK Surathkal, India.

Recent Events

  • March 22: A new feature release, ns-3.28, was published.
  • Jan 23: ns-3 applied to the 2018 Google Summer of Code; accepted organizations to be announced on February 12.
  • Dec 4-8: A week long workshop on ns-3 was held at Sim4Net in India. This event was independently organized by the sponsors.

Current ns-3-dev Build and Test Results

We use the Jenkins continuous integration (CI) tool to regularly test our development tree.

Next Level

See our community portal.