[bmwg] Report of implementing pseudorandom port number feature of siitperf

Gabor LENCSE <lencse@hit.bme.hu> Sun, 13 September 2020 20:06 UTC

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Subject: [bmwg] Report of implementing pseudorandom port number feature of siitperf
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Dear BMWG List Members,

I have finished adding RFC 4814 random port feature to siitperf, my 
DPDK-based RFC 8219 compliant SIIT tester, which can also be used for 
benchmarking IPv4 or IPv6 network interconnect devices according to RFC 
2544 / RFC 5180.

Siitperf is a free software under the GPLv3 license, and I would be 
happy to hear that some of you are using it: 

I have reported its design, implementation and performance estimation in 
my paper currently under review:

G. Lencse, "Adding RFC 4814 Random Port Feature to Siitperf: Design, 
Implementation and Performance Estimation", submitted for review in 
/International Journal of Advances in Telecommunications, 
Electrotechnics, Signals and Systems/, Review version in PDF 
(may be removed or replaced any time)

Any feedback is welcome!

Best regards,