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Son in College and Network Emulators

My oldest son is a college freshman this Fall and the following is the connection between college and network emulators. Living away from home for the first time, my son has to overcome homesickness while applications must overcome impairments during … Continue reading

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Summer High School Baseball and Network Emulators

After spending the past eight weeks watching Summer High School Baseball, I thought it would be a good time to compare it to network emulators. The weather is hot, sticky, and sunny – the impairments to a cool, relaxed environment. … Continue reading

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College World Series and Network Emulators

Tying my activities to network emulators keeps me entertained. This past weekend I enjoyed the College World Series with my two sons. Here’s my comparison list: Flight Delay = Packet Delay Rain causes postponed game = Burst Loss or link … Continue reading

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College Registration and Network Emulators

I spent the weekend at Ole Miss as my oldest son registered for classes in the Fall. During the weekend my mind wandered comparing the registration process to network emulators. Standing in the Southwest Airlines boarding line = Network Queues. … Continue reading

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Hockey and Network Emulators

While watching the Stanley Cup playoffs last night, I was constantly reminded of network emulators. Turn overs in the defensive zone = impairments Good forward checking = testing applications early in dev cycle Hard hits = packet loss and latency … Continue reading

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