Besides several tens of modern workstations, servers and switches, some unique, high-end devices are available in the lab. These include:
• network traffic generator/analyzer Spirent MX2-10G-S12, which enables generating and analysis of traffic up to 120Gb/s, in over a million flows, with time precision of 10ns per frame. Supports about 40 protocols of layers 2-7;
• network traffic generator/analyzer Spirent C1, which enables generating and analysis of traffic up to 4Gb/s, supports over 80 protocols and codecs of layers 2-7;
• programmable switches Pica 8 P-3922 (3 devices), for research on the software-defined networking, equipped with 48 optical interfaces 10Gb/s;
• programmable switches QuantaMesh BMS T3048 (3 devices), for research on the software-defined networking, equipped with 48 optical interfaces 10Gb/s;
• DPDK servers (Data Plane Development Kit), for research on fast packet processing and switching in x86 architectures;
• modern MPLS switches: Juniper Networks ACX 5096, equipped with 96 interfaces 10Gb/s;
• large set of sensor network nodes with programable sensors, RFID and NFC tags, gates and wireless routers, for resarch on Internet of Things.
In addition, software tools for: numerical and symbolic computation, network simulation, virtualization, development, debugging, testing system security vulnerabilities, are available in the lab.
Moreover, a node of the Polish national research network PL-LAB2020 is located in the lab. The node is connected to the neighbor nodes (Wroclaw and Warsaw) via dedicated, 10Gb/s links.
Finally, a node of PlanetLab, the well-known global research network, is located in the lab.