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# routing-anomalies
# routing-anomalies Project
Link to the website: https://gitlab.cs.univie.ac.at/ct-projects/routing-anomalies
## Structure of the repository
In this repository you see the folder structure of the master thesis.
### OMNET++
In this folder you see different OMNET++ files with the configuration of the examples in OMNET++ which are mentioned in the thesis.
#### Prerequisites
- OMNET5.0
- ANSAINET:3.4.0
Once the software and the library have been downloaded, the OMNET ++ manual can be used to load and install them. The ANSARouter module can then be imported.
#### Execution
1. Start the OMNET simulator with the help of the manual of the simulator
2. Import the ansainet folder inside the workspace of the OMNET simulator
3. You can after build the project files import the different examples with the routing protocols
### GNS3
In this folder you see different GNS3 files with the configuration of routing protocols on the topology which was mentioned in the thesis.
If you have GNS3 installed, than you can import the different projects and execute the simulations. The topologies and the routing protocols with the IP addresses are configured and the routing process is running. The routing protocols EIGRP, RIP and OSPF have been configured.
#### Execution
1. Start the simulator and import the different GNS3 files
2. Use the Wireshark to analyze the links at s5. By right-clicking on the link and then starting the capture. Now the parcels can be tracked with Wireshark.
3. Now ping or traceroute can be carried out and decisive changes can be made in the network.
### Python
This folder contains the Python file which was created with the help of Jupyter Notebook and which shows the results of the work graphically. By installing Jupyter Notebook you can open the file and view the results.
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