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TOPIC: WAN simulator: NetworkNightmare

WAN simulator: NetworkNightmare 9 years 6 hours ago #23745

  • MatthewUHS
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This didn't seem to fit anywhere else, if someone knows a better place for this, let me know!

Anyone have any experience using NetworkNightmare? It is built on a FreeBSD platform and allows one to simulate B/W, RTT and loss between two IP networks.

Not a great resource for usage and I am looking for someone who has used it in practice. I use it in router mode to separate my LAB from my company's LAN to run beta testing on upgrades for different appliances and the effect it has on my company's many routed applications.

I'm having some problems connecting to it remotely and constantly have to have someone on-site power cycle it and walk them through configuring it. I don't like giving anyone access to my LAB nor even letting them know what my networks/passwords are within the LAB and would like to put this issue to bed.
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