The eEx NetLab


NetLab is a tool which enables the compilation of several network functions via point & click on a graphical user interface. The UI enables the user to drag and drop several components like routers, network interface cards, network maps and much more from the toolbox to NetLab's workspace. There, the components can be configured and connected together.
Even complex functions can be arranged and understood this way very easily, because all network traffic flowing through the NetLab is visualized and can be logged. All compilations can be saved and loaded into files with the functions provided by the NLML.

The NetLab builds upon the Network Library and the Network Library Management Layer (Lern more about the layer model).

Target audience of the NetLab

The NetLab was developed primary for educational purposes. It should help students to easier understand network operations. This task is accomplished by visualization and an easy to use UI, which enables the user to accomplish powerful tasks with ease.

NetLab Wiki

A wiki page dedicated to the NetLab is provided at

Last edited Apr 23, 2011 at 9:29 AM by emiswelt, version 4


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