What is ZBOSS Network Simulator
The ZBOSS open source initiative includes tools to streamline development and debugging tasks.
The ZBOSS Network Simulator runs on a single Linux PC and provides stack interconnections with no additional hardware. It acts as a hub interconnecting virtual devices each running stack instances. It can be used to develop new and custom profiles before porting them to a target platform.
The ZBOSS Network Simulator can also imitate large networks - a difficult task to perform even when hardware is available.
The result is a simple, inexpensive environment for distributing stack logic development across a team with limited hardware device availability.
ZBOSS Network simulator is a development and debug tool that supports the communication between ZBOSS stacks running on Linux desktop PC. ZBOSS stack should be compiled with ZB_NS_BUILD define in order to use the Network Simulator. In this case ZBOSS will use Linux pipes as mac transport.
Network simulator is the command line Linux application. Its command line has the following format:
./network_simulator --nNode= [–pipeName=] [--xgml=]
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