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Open-Source Projects

This page hosts software frameworks developed by Media Networks Laboratory and released as open-source.

CC4IMS: A Portable Call Center for IMS  CC4ims

Category: Android, IMS, SIP, MSRP, CallCenter, VoIP

Version: Beta 1.0

Version Release date: 18 February 2013

Platform: Android

Description: cc4ims is an IMS compatible Call Center that can be installed on Android OS and provide a portable Call Center.

Credits: Development was supported by the EU-funded FP7 GERYON project.

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SNMP for Active Measurements (SAM) Framework

Category: Network Monitoring Tools

Version: v.1.0

Version Release date: 17 Sep 2012

Platform: Linux Debian

Description: Active network measurements play an important role not only in network monitoring for OAM purposes, but also in assessing the current network status and providing realtime information for the optimization of applications. The SAM (SNMP for Active Measurements) framework is installed in the managed elements and allows the extension of SNMP-based managers to also support active in-network measurements conforming to the standardized OWAMP (One-Way Active Measurement Protocol). It includes a specialized composite SNMP agent, featuring an OWAMP-compliant probe module and accompanied by the appropriate MIB. 

Credits: Development was supported by the EU-funded FP7 ALICANTE project.

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Also read: An SNMP Agent for Active In-Network Measurements“, to be presented in ICUMT 2012


Media Network Aware Element (MANE) Flow Classification and Configuration Framework

Category: Router Functions

Version: v.1.0

Version Release date: 17 Sep 2012

Platform: Linux Debian

Description:  The MANE Flow Classification and Configuration Framework is installed in the edge routers (MANEs) of the network and allows the incoming flow classification expanding the heuristics for classification beyond the ordinary transport protocol or port based to content/media type based. The framework is coupled with the OpenSource MPLS-Linux implementation in order to support Traffic Engineering and Differentiation end-to-end in the frame of a single network domain.

Credits: Development was supported by the EU-funded FP7 ALICANTE project.

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Also read: A preliminary implementation of a Content-Aware network node“, Presented at Multimedia and Expo (ICME), 2011 IEEE International Conference on , vol., no., pp.1-6, 11-15 July 2011

 

Network Cost Service Framework

Category: Network Monitoring / Network Awareness

Version: v.1.0

Version Release date: 4 Feb 2013

Platform: Linux Debian

Description: The Network Cost Service Framework explicitly provides the “network cost” between two or more network nodes to user applications who request it. The Network Cost is a composite vector containing end-to-end path metrics such as one-way delay, jitter, loss etc. The aim is to provide explicit Network Awareness to applications, towards assisting the optimization of current and emerging communication paradigms, such as peer-to-peer communication, distributed caching, information-centric networking and in-network cloud services. The framework utilises (and includes) the SAM Agent (see above) for in-network monitoring.

NOTE: The accompanying documentation refers to the Framework as “MANE Monitoring Framework”, since it was initially developed to monitor network of MANEs (Media Aware Network Elements), in the frame of the ALICANTE project.

Credits: Development was supported by the EU-funded FP7 ALICANTE project.

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