OU IRG Software Archive
tcptrace is a TCP dump file analysis tool. It reads
as input a dump file (tcpdump, snoop, etherpeek, and HP
netmetrix formats are understood) and returns detailed
information about the TCP connections contained in the file.
It can also produce graphs. Detailed information can be found
ONE - the Ohio Network Emulator is a tool for emulating
a network between two interfaces on a single workstation. Allows
various network features such as propagation delay, queueing, and
bandwidth to be configured. More information is available on
the ONE homepage.
is similar to the icmp echo/response program called
"ping", except that udpping sends UDP datagrams to the UDP
echo port and provides graphical/statistical feedback. Grab
here. Also available are binaries for
is a nice Xwindows graphing package. It was written by
Tim Shepard at MIT as part of his master's thesis. This software is
required to see tcptrace plots. His latest version of the
sources can be found at
the official xplot website.
If you're lazy, there's a Sparc Solaris 8 binary of the tcptrace
patched version sitting
, Intel Linux 2.4 one suitable for Red Hat 7.3
, and Windows compiled binary
is a Java version of Tim Shepard's xplot, by Avinash Lakhiani.
Visit the jPlot website or download
is a version of BSD FTP which allows the use of multiple
data connections to transfer a file. Grab the
source code, NetBSD 1.1 binaries, or SunOS 4.1.3 binaries.
is a version of the BSD FTP client and server which supports the
EPRT/EPSV FTP commands as outlined in our recent Internet-Draft
(FTP Extensions for Variable Protocol Specification). Available as
is a version of LBL's network simulator that supports TCP
Vegas. Note: This is not the latest version of ns. Adding
these extensions into the latest version of the simulator is
a work in progress. Available as
Internetworking Research Group - Ohio University