Jimsim Network Simulator 1.1

Jimsim is an application that emulates several routers connected via virutal networks.
Jimsim Network Simulator
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Jimsim Network Simulator project can emulate several routers connected via virutal networks. You can connect to the routers with your own favorite telnet program.

Connecting to the Virtual Routers

Use your favorite telnet program to connect to each of the virtual routers. For example:

For router 1 type:
C:>telnet localhost 10000
For router 2 type:
C:>telnet localhost 10001
For router 3 type:
C:>telnet localhost 10002

Network Layout

Currently the network is configured like this:

access-list [1-99] [permit/deny] [ ip wildcard-mask | host a.b.c.d | any ]
ip acccess-list [standard] [name]
ip access-group
show access-list
show ip interface
show ip interface brief
debug interface
encapsulation [hdlc,ppp] (serial interfaces only)
bandwidth
clock rate (serial interfaces)
interface loopback0


User commands:
?
enable
exit
ping ip
show cdp
show cdp neigh
show cdp neigh detail
show interface
show interface e0,eth0,etc
show ip route
show version

Enable commands:
clear counters
clear counters interface
config terminal
copy running startup
copy startup running
debug all
debug ip routing
debug ip eigrp
debug cdp
disable
exit
reload
show run
show startup
show ip eigrp neighbors
show ip eigrp topology
traceroute ip
undebug all
undebug ip routing
undebug ip eigrp
undebug cdp

Config commands:
cdp run
enable password password
end
hostname
banner motd delimiter
banner exec delimiter
banner login delimiter
ip route network netmask dest
interface e0,eth0,etc
bandwidth value
ip address addr netmask
description
cdp enable
shutdown
line con0, console0, console 0
login
login local
password passwd
router eigrp number
network a.b.c.d
service password-encryption
user username password password

Limitations:

The EIGRP support is very basic. Just the network command for now. (Neighbors don't expire.) You can disable EIGRP with "no router eigrp process_id"

The routing table isn't 100% correct. It doesn't summarize subnets. Nor does it understand multiple routes to the same destination. This will be fixed in the next version.

Traceroute seems to count extra hops. It's counting each remote interface on a router as a hop. So, when you traceroute from router1 to router3, it counts router2 twice (once for 192.168.1.2 and 10.1.1.1)

last updated on:
March 8th, 2006, 16:58 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Jimboney
homepage:
www.jimboney.com
license type:
Free for non-commercial use
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking
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