Performance Analysis of Large-scale Networks in Ns-2

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  • Ahmet Zengin Sakarya University
  • İdris Cesur Sakarya Applied Science University



Wired, Networks, Ns-2 Simulator, Throughput, Delay, Jitter


Wired communication refers to data transmission over a wire-based communication technology. Also, in computer engineering terms, a network is defined as a group of computers connected to share information or services (print services, multitasking, etc.). In this paper, the performance of a wired network that consists of more than 300 nodes which implement as an example of a big organization (i.e., Sakarya University), is investigated and analyzed by simulations using a network simulator tool (Ns2). The analysis depends on many performance metrics such as throughput, delay, Jitter, etc. Results show that modeled network has enough performance in different scenarios.

Author Biographies

Ahmet Zengin, Sakarya University

Computer Engineering Department/Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences,  Türkiye

İdris Cesur, Sakarya Applied Science University

Mechanical Engineering Department/Faculty of Technology,  Türkiye




How to Cite

Zengin, A., & Cesur, İdris. (2023). Performance Analysis of Large-scale Networks in Ns-2. International Conference on Applied Engineering and Natural Sciences, 1(1), 559–564.