A network specification language and execution environment for undergraduate teaching

@inproceedings{McDonald1991ANS,
  title={A network specification language and execution environment for undergraduate teaching},
  author={Chris McDonald},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={1991}
}
To overcome the difficulty of demonstrating computer networking to undergraduate students, a network specification language and execution environment have been designed and implemented under which the 1S0/0S1 model and LANs may be investigated. The specification language permits definition of point-to-point, Ethernet and token ring domains, the nodes within each domain, links between these nodes and gateways between different domains. Attributes may be specified to constrain the behaviour of… CONTINUE READING
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