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eNSP

Enterprise Network Simulation Platform (eNSP) is a free, scalable, and graphic network simulation platform developed by Huawei. By simulating Huawei enterprise routers and switches, eNSP demonstrates real networks. eNSP can simulate large-sized networks, and allow users to exercise device operations and learn network technologies without using real devices.


Simulation

  • Simulates many functions and features of Huawei AR routers and x7 series switches.
  • Simulates personal computers, hubs, clouds, and FR switches.
  • Simulates device configuration functions, which helps you learn Huawei commands.
  • Simulates large-sized networking.
  • Uses real network cards to connect to real network devices.
  • Simulates packet capture on interfaces to show protocol interaction process.


Graphic User Interface

  • Creates, modifies, deletes, and saves topologies.
  • Drags device icons and connects interfaces.
  • Shows operating status of devices and interfaces using different colors.
  • Stores many project cases for learning.


Distributed Deployment

  • Provides standalone edition and multi-node edition to support networking training.
  • Simulates the networks containing up to 200 devices in multi-node edition.


Free and Open

  • eNSP is free and open to public. Users can download and install it without applying for the license.
  • eNSP can be easily used by various users, including beginners, experts, trainees, trainers, and technical personnel.

S37/S57 Simulated Features

Feature

Sub-item

Description

Ethernet

VLAN

Global VLAN and interface VLAN

MAC

Automatic learning and aging of MAC addresses

Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries

Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses

Interface-based MAC learning limiting

ARP

ARP features

ND

ND features and Ethernet IPv6 ARP

Ethernet

Layer 3 Ethernet interfaces

Link aggregation

802.3ah

802.3ah protocol compliance

Ethernet loop protection

MSTP

STP, RSTP, MSTP

RRPP

RRPP and Ethernet ring protection

SmartLink

Smart Link, Smart Link multi-instance, Monitor Link

SEP

SEP features and Ethernet semi-ring protection

IPv4/IPv6 forwarding

Unicast routing

Static routing

Routing policies and policy-based routing

RIP

OSPF

IS-IS

BGP

DHCP Client/Server/Relay

DHCP snooping

Multicast routing

Multicast routing policy

IGMP

PIM-DM

PIM-SM

MLD

MSDP

IPv4/IPv6 protocol stack

IPv4/IPv6 address management, TCP/UDP socket, ICMP, ping and tracert, and UDP helper

Device reliability

BFD

Basic BFD functions

BFD for OSPF

BFD for IS-IS

BFD for BGP

BFD for PIM

VRRP

VRRP features

MPLS&VPN

Basic MPLS

Static LSP, MPLS ingress/egress/transit, PHP, and LDP

L3VPN

BGP-based L3VPN connection

IPv6 VPN

IPv6 VPN

VPWS

VPWS features

Security and management

System security

ACL filtering

Network management

SNMP


AR Simulated Features

Feature

Sub-item

Description

WAN connection

WAN interface

Ethernet interfaces and synchronous serial interface

Logical interface

Loopback interface, tunnel interface, and Ethernet sub-interface

Link-layer protocol

PPP, FR, and HDLC

IP application

ARP

Address resolution for Ethernet

IPv4 host

IPv4 address management, TCP/UDP socket, ICMP, ping and tracert, and UDP helper

DNS

DNS client, DNS proxy, and dynamic DNS (DDNS) client

VRRP

Redundancy backup mechanism for IP services

BFD

Single-hop and multi-hop BFD, BFD for VRRP, BFD for BGP, and BFD for OSPF

DHCP

DHCP client, DHCP relay, and DHCP server, and DHCP security

IP routing

Routing policy

Basic routing functions

Static routing

Basic routing functions

RIP

Routing protocols

OSPF

Routing protocols

ISIS

Routing protocols

BGP

Routing protocols

Multicast

Multicast routing

Multicast route management, multicast route load balancing, and source-specific multicast (SSM) mapping

IGMP

Basic IGMP

PIM (IPv4)

PIM-DM and PIM-SM

MSDP

Inter-domain (PIM-SM domain) multicast routing

MPLS

Basic MPLS

Static label switched path (LSP), penultimate hop popping (PHP), and MPLS LSP QoS

MPLS LDP

MPLS LDP

L3VPN

BGP-based L3VPN connection

Security

ACL

Permit and deny actions

VPN

GRE VPN

Basic GRE functions

Network management

SNMP

SNMP agent, fault management (FM), and trap switch control (TSC)

NTP

Time synchronization for traditional IP networks

Standalone Edition

Item

Minimum Configuration

Recommended Configuration

Expanded Configuration

CPU

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Memory (GB)

2

4

4 + n (n > 0)

Idle disk space (GB)

1

2

2

Operating system

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Maximum number of devices

4

8

8 + 4*n


Multi-node Edition

-

Item

Minimum Configuration

Recommended Configuration

Expanded Configuration

Server

CPU

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Memory (GB)

2

4

4 + n (n > 0)

Idle disk space (GB)

1

2

2

Operating system

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Maximum number of devices

4

8

8 + 4*n

Client

CPU

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

Dual-core 2.0 GHz or faster

-

Memory (GB)

2

4

Idle disk space (GB)

1

2

Operating system

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003

Windows 7


Note: Each eNSP virtual machine occupies resources. The number of virtual machines supported by computers varies according to the computer configuration. "n" in the table indicates increased memory size. When extended edition is used, the number of supported devices can be increased by increasing memory. The maximum number of supported devices reaches 50.


eNSP is free and open to public. Users can download and install it without applying for the license.



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