The reason I am focusing on INET in this book is because many of the available simulation framework packages require INET to work. INET is a brilliant backbone to create your own frameworks from and is a great way of really getting to grips with OMNeT++!
INET has been brilliantly documented and is available online for free at http://inet.omnetpp.org/doc/INET/neddoc/index.html.
The reference will give you a detailed look at the various components and capabilities included in INET.
With INET built inside your OMNeT++ IDE, navigate to the
examples folder in the Project Explorer pane. To run an example simulation in Linux, perform the following steps: