The Ad hoc Protocol Evaluation testbed is a small Linux distribution intended for the analysis of ad hoc networking environments. It is self-contained and pre-configured, and contains tools for data gathering at both the IP and ethernet level. It also has a scenario scripting system, which enables APE test runs to use movement choreography, with instructions to participants.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell Perl|
Release Notes: Support was added for new Ad hoc routing protocols. DSR-UU is included. Support was added for the CLICK modular router. buildroot is now used for the APE root filesystem to improve support for cross-compiling.