Example #1
  * Tests whether the dijkstra's algorithm code will work for both the data plane and the control
  * plane going from right to left.
 public void testRoutingRightToLeft() {
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrG.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrGlsrF") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrG.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrGlsrF") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrF.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrFlsrEControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrF.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrFlsrEData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrE.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrElsrDControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrE.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrElsrDData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrD.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrDlsrCControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrD.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrDlsrCData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrC.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrClsrBControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrC.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrClsrBData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrB.getDestNICviaIP(1, true).getId().compareTo("lsrBlsrA") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrB.getDestNICviaIP(1, false).getId().compareTo("lsrBlsrA") == 0);
Example #2
  * Tests whether the dijkstra's algorithm code will work for both the data plane and the control
  * plane going from left to right.
 public void testRoutingLeftToRight() {
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrA.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrAlsrB") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrA.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrAlsrB") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrB.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrBlsrCControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrB.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrBlsrCData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrC.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrClsrDControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrC.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrClsrDData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrD.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrDlsrEControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrD.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrDlsrEData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrE.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrElsrFControl") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrE.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrElsrFData") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrF.getDestNICviaIP(7, true).getId().compareTo("lsrFlsrG") == 0);
   Assert.assertTrue(lsrF.getDestNICviaIP(7, false).getId().compareTo("lsrFlsrG") == 0);
Example #3
  * For now this method will test the createPacket method of a PSC to make sure it properly
  * initiates the PATH message sequence.
 public void testPATHInit() {
   for (int i = 0; i < 30; i++) {
Example #4
  public void setUp() throws Exception {
    lsrA = new PscLSR(1);
    lsrB = new PscLscLSR(2);
    lsrC = new LscLSR(3);
    lsrD = new LscLSR(4);
    lsrE = new LscLSR(5);
    lsrF = new PscLscLSR(6);
    lsrG = new PscLSR(7);

    dataMap = new DirectedGraph();
    controlMap = new DirectedGraph();

    // setup A's PSC link to B (don't need to characterize any links since it's PSC only)
    LSRNIC lsrAlsrB = new LSRNIC(lsrA, "lsrAlsrB");

    // B is a PSC+LSC router so it needs a PSC link to A as well as data+control channels to C
    LSRNIC lsrBlsrA = new LSRNIC(lsrB, "lsrBlsrA");
    lsrB.setPSCLink(lsrBlsrA); // characterize PSC link
    LSRNIC lsrBlsrCData = new LSRNIC(lsrB, "lsrBlsrCData");
    LSRNIC lsrBlsrCControl = new LSRNIC(lsrB, "lsrBlsrCControl");
    lsrB.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrBlsrCData, lsrBlsrCControl); // characterize contr.+data pair

    // Setup the LSC routers so that they get a control channel for each data channel.
    LSRNIC lsrClsrBData = new LSRNIC(lsrC, "lsrClsrBData");
    LSRNIC lsrClsrBControl = new LSRNIC(lsrC, "lsrClsrBControl");
    lsrC.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrClsrBData, lsrClsrBControl);
    LSRNIC lsrClsrDData = new LSRNIC(lsrC, "lsrClsrDData");
    LSRNIC lsrClsrDControl = new LSRNIC(lsrC, "lsrClsrDControl");
    lsrC.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrClsrDData, lsrClsrDControl);

    LSRNIC lsrDlsrCData = new LSRNIC(lsrD, "lsrDlsrCData");
    LSRNIC lsrDlsrCControl = new LSRNIC(lsrD, "lsrDlsrCControl");
    lsrD.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrDlsrCData, lsrDlsrCControl);
    LSRNIC lsrDlsrEData = new LSRNIC(lsrD, "lsrDlsrEData");
    LSRNIC lsrDlsrEControl = new LSRNIC(lsrD, "lsrDlsrEControl");
    lsrD.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrDlsrEData, lsrDlsrEControl);

    LSRNIC lsrElsrDData = new LSRNIC(lsrE, "lsrElsrDData");
    LSRNIC lsrElsrDControl = new LSRNIC(lsrE, "lsrElsrDControl");
    lsrE.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrElsrDData, lsrElsrDControl);
    LSRNIC lsrElsrFData = new LSRNIC(lsrE, "lsrElsrFData");
    LSRNIC lsrElsrFControl = new LSRNIC(lsrE, "lsrElsrFControl");
    lsrE.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrElsrFData, lsrElsrFControl);

    // Again, LSR F is LSC+PSC capable so get a PSC link AND a control/data pair
    LSRNIC lsrFlsrEData = new LSRNIC(lsrF, "lsrFlsrEData");
    LSRNIC lsrFlsrEControl = new LSRNIC(lsrF, "lsrFlsrEControl");
    lsrF.setDataAndControlLinkPair(lsrFlsrEData, lsrFlsrEControl);
    LSRNIC lsrFlsrG = new LSRNIC(lsrF, "lsrFlsrG");

    // LSR G is PSC only (don't need to characterize any links)
    LSRNIC lsrGlsrF = new LSRNIC(lsrG, "lsrGlsrF");

    // Connect all of the NICS
    OtoOLink lAB = new OtoOLink(lsrAlsrB, lsrBlsrA);
    OtoOLink lBCData = new OtoOLink(lsrBlsrCData, lsrClsrBData);
    OtoOLink lBCControl = new OtoOLink(lsrBlsrCControl, lsrClsrBControl);
    OtoOLink lCDData = new OtoOLink(lsrClsrDData, lsrDlsrCData);
    OtoOLink lCDControl = new OtoOLink(lsrClsrDControl, lsrDlsrCControl);
    OtoOLink lDEData = new OtoOLink(lsrDlsrEData, lsrElsrDData);
    OtoOLink lDEControl = new OtoOLink(lsrDlsrEControl, lsrElsrDControl);
    OtoOLink lEFData = new OtoOLink(lsrElsrFData, lsrFlsrEData);
    OtoOLink lEFControl = new OtoOLink(lsrElsrFControl, lsrFlsrEControl);
    OtoOLink lFG = new OtoOLink(lsrFlsrG, lsrGlsrF);

     * The way I have decided to implement the data and control planes is to create
     * separate routing tables for data and signaling packets.  I feel like this is what
     * would be done in a real GMPLS router since the control signal may take a different
     * route than the data if it is based on IP forwarding.
    // the PSC link between A and B is on the data plane as well as the control plane
    // the middle links need to be split into the data plane or the control plane




    // the PSC link between F and G is on the data plane as well as the control plane

    // For the PSC routers we should be able to use either the data or control map
    lsrB.updateRoutingTable(dataMap, controlMap);
    lsrC.updateRoutingTable(dataMap, controlMap);
    lsrD.updateRoutingTable(dataMap, controlMap);
    lsrE.updateRoutingTable(dataMap, controlMap);
    lsrF.updateRoutingTable(dataMap, controlMap);