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NEPI: Network Experiment Programming Interface

NEPI is a Python-based library to model and run network experiments on a variety of network evaluation platforms, including PlanetLab, OMF wireless testbeds, ns-3 simulators, and others. It allows to specify resources to use in an experiment, to define experiment workflow constraints and to automate deployment, resource control and result collection. Features :
  • Automatic experiment deployment
  • Automatic result collection
  • Interactive expermentation
  • Hybrid experiments with multiple platforms
  • Free open source license (GPLv2)

*Important Note - as of June 2015*

The reference for the NEPI codebase is no longer managed under mercurial, but under git together with other experimentation tools; for this reason it has been moved to another location . Please see this linkif you need to browse history of changes made to the code.

Similarly, the recommended way to install and upgrade nepi is from now on based on pypi and pip .

Finally, all tarballs starting with release 3.2 have moved also and can now be found here.

Important Note - as of November 2015

NEPI is now numbered version 6, and can run under either python2 or python3.


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