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Provide primitives, not solutions!

Netnice is a network control primitive on end-hosts, which provides great freedom in traffic control and system protection,through hierarchical virtualization of network interfaces.

The hierarchical virtual network interface (VIF) has integrated network QoS and security control into a single framework, and realizes a variety of controls that has not been possible.

On May 25, 2004, Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA), decided to give one-year financial support for the Project, to port the mechanism onto other platform and to develop various applications.


News Flash

April 25, 2010   Maintenance of the project website is done. Sorry for the inconvenience!

July 27, 2005   Netnice-2.2 Beta for FreeBSD 4.11 and for FreeBSD 5.4 are released.

Feb 8, 2005   Netnice-2.2 Alpha is released. The latest package includes kernel patches for FreeBSD5, Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD.

August 1, 2004   We renewed our project homepage!

June 27, 2004   We released a bootable CD-ROM image for evaluation, here. It includes the netnice package and appliactions, as well as the X11 desktop environment, for easy evaluation of Netnice. A Screenshot is also available.




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