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GOOSE Traffic Generator Using Network Emulation
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GOOSE Traffic Generator Using Network Emulation
Hwang, Sung-Ho;
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IEC 61850 is a protocol used to reduce the cost of design, installation and maintenance of the Substation Automation System. GOOSE traffic used in IEC 61850 plays an important role for control, protection and automation of the substation. This study implemented a GOOSE traffic generator using the emulation function of NS-3 network simulator, by using protocols provided by a network simulator and another protocols provided by real communication equipment. The generated GOOSE traffic was analyzed with Wireshark, and it was found that the traffic was generated exactly as expected. Besides, this study measured the GOOSE traffic delay due to the increase of the number of switches according to network topology. It is expected that the GOOSE traffic generator implemented by this study will be efficiently used when experiments are performed on actual substation environments.
GOOSE;IEC 61850;Network Emulation;
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