This module extends ns-3 to simulate the MAC layer operation of a single DOCSIS® link (between a cable modem and a CMTS) for a single customer. The module includes abstracted PHY models to simulate the presence of OFDM(A) physical channels, models to simulate the request/grant exchange process for requesting upstream transmission opportunities for a cable modem, a simple scheduling model to handle grant requests and congestion due to other CMs in the service group, a downstream MAC model for the CMTS, an AQM model (both DOCSIS-PIE and Dual Queue Coupled AQM), and Queue Protection. All of the OFDM(A) channel configuration options are supported, and subset of the Service Flow QoS configuration parameters are supported. Both single service flow (corresponding to DOCSIS 3.1) and two service flow (corresponding to Low Latency DOCSIS extensions to DOCSIS 3.1) are supported. The corresponding specification is version I19 of the DOCSIS 3.1 MAC and Upper Layer Protocols Interface Specification.
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Works with ns-3.31
Works with ns-3.30
This ns-3 extension is one or more contributed modules.
Released Sept. 11, 2020
Works with ns-3.31