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  1. Abstract
  2. Introduction
  3. Need and areas of application
  4. Methodology
  5. Hardware and software requirements
  6. Conclusion
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The project comprises of a device driver (basically a device driver on top of the existing Ethernet driver).This driver will effectively route the packets of the virtual LAN back to the machine exactly like the loop back driver does. It does not send any packets to the network. It also contains a custom built winsock.dll which is responsible for binding an application to an IP address of virtual NIC's created by the driver. The project will also develop a vLAN driver management utility, which will configure virtual addresses on the virtual LAN as well as control the behavioral parameters of the driver.

[...] These are as follows: LANforge, ICE, WAN SIMULATOR Reduces lab and training costs by replacing expensive WAN hardware, such as T1 and Frame Relay devices. Automates testing with various scripting features and libraries This simulator is Linux based & requires three NIC'S for implementation. VNUML (AN OPEN SOURCE LAN SIMULATOR) VNUML is a virtualization tool designed to quickly define and test complex network simulation scenarios based on the great User Mode Linux (UML) virtualization software Figure System Architecture of VLan simulator. [...]


[...] VIRTUAL LAN SIMULATOR ABSTRACT VLan is a LAN simulator that works on a single computer. It is intended to be used to test network-related applications on a single computer. The project comprises of a device driver (basically a device driver on top of the existing Ethernet driver).This driver will effectively route the packets of the virtual LAN back to the machine exactly like the loopback driver does. It does not send any packets to the network. It also contains a custom built winsock.dll which is responsible for binding an application to an IP address of virtual NIC's created by the driver. [...]

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