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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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While the data on emulated devices may be written by an open systems operating system and device driver, it does not mean it is usable by open systems servers.
Millions of routes and reachable hosts can be emulated within the topology.
Since such emulators are implemented using the modern computer's native environment and interface, they typically allow extracting text or images from emulated artifacts by using modern techniques such as highlighting elements of the emulated display and copying them with the mouse, after which they can be dropped into windows running modern applications or saved as modern text or image objects.
The ACE emulates multipath and executes the TGn models which enables vendors to evaluate product performance across a large number of emulated "real world" environments.
Additionally, traffic streams can be created between the emulated sources and destinations with flexible one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many mappings.
Millions of routes and reachable hosts can be emulated within the IxNetwork topology, and users can set up millions of traffic flows to stress data plane performance.
The sophisticated, yet easy-to-use, ACE 400NB provides testing capabilities that were previously limited to leading research facilities - enabling Wi-Fi equipment vendors to improve product quality by measuring performance in an emulated, real world environment.