{"batchcomplete":"","query":{"pages":[{"ns":0,"title":"API","missing":""},{"pageid":1,"ns":0,"title":"Main Page","revisions":[{"user":"David","timestamp":"2012-02-12T23:58:58Z","comment":"","contentformat":"text/x-wiki","contentmodel":"wikitext","*":"== IMPORTANT NOTICE ==\n\nVNUML project development and maintenance effort has been abandoned in favour of the new version of the tool named:\n* '''Virtual Networks over Linux (VNX)'''. \nSee VNX web site for more details: http://www.dit.upm.es/vnx\n\n== Welcome to Virtual Network User-Mode-Linux (VNUML) web server ==\n\nVNUML (Virtual Network User Mode Linux) is an open-source general purpose virtualization tool designed to quickly define and test complex network simulation scenarios based on the [http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/ User Mode Linux (UML)] virtualization software. VNUML is a useful tool that can be used to simulate general Linux based network scenarios. It is aimed to help in testing network applications and services over complex testbeds made of several nodes (even tenths) and networks inside one Linux machine, without involving the investment and management complexity needed to create them using real equipment.\n\nSince its development at the end of 2002, VNUML has been widely used in several fields related with networking and computer science. Routing architectures (such as the IPv6 IX developed in the [http://www.euro6ix.org Euro6IX IST research project]), IP multimedia service platforms and logical security are some of its research and development application (see [[References | references]] sections for some more details). Additionally, VNUML is widely used in higher education (technical universities and colleges) in order to build training laboratories for students.\n\nVNUML tool is made of two main components: the VNUML language used for describing simulations in XML; and the interpreter of the language (vnuml command), that builds and manages the scenario hiding all UML complex details to the user.\n\t\nVNUML has been originally developed by the [http://www.dit.upm.es Departamento de Ingenier\u00eda de Sistemas Telem\u00e1ticos (DIT)] of the [http://www.upm.es Universidad Polit\u00e9cnica de Madrid (UPM)] in Spain. From January 2008, VNUML development is being partially supported by the Business Oriented Infrastructure (BOI) research initiative within the Bussiness Support Systems (BSS) unit at [http://www.tid.es Telef\u00f3nica I+D].\n\nThis software is released under GNU Public Licence. Since July 2004 the project is partially hosted at [http://sourceforge.net SourceForge.net]. Visit the [http://sourceforge.net/projects/vnuml VNUML site at SourceForge].\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n
\n\n\n== VNUML News ==\n\n'''Nov 18th, 2009''' -- New VNUML Virtual appliance (2.2-rc2) has been contributed by Borja Garnelo and H\u00e9ctor Rodr\u00edguez. More information [[Download#Additional_downloads|here]]. \n\n'''May 22nd, 2009''' -- New stable releases: VNUML (1.8.9), UML kernel ( and root_fs_tutorial (0.6.0). You can find them in the [[download]] page.\n\n'''March 19th, 2009''' -- New EDIV release [https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=293383&release_id=669125 (0.9.4)].\n\n'''March 11th, 2009''' -- New VNUML stable release, fixing a problem in 1.8.7 ([http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=123470&release_id=667292]).\n\n'''March 8th, 2009''' -- New VNUML stable release: [https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=123470&release_id=666734 1.8.7].\n\n'''February 19th, 2009''' -- New EDIV release [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=293383&release_id=662345 (0.9.3)].\n\n'''November 30th, 2008''' -- New VNUML stable release: [https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=123470&release_id=643984 1.8.5].\n\n'''November 6th, 2008''' -- New EDIV release [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=113582&package_id=293383&release_id=638717 (0.9.2)]\n\n[[All News]]"}]}]}}