I want to model how traffic will flow on real networks (not just the internet, also, say, Intel's internal LAN).
Is there a place I can get real network topologies data I can use?
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In addition to the source listed by JohnRos, the association for social network analysis (INSNA) have a lot of data (sometimes the datasets are missing, though). Another source might be Tore Opsahl's website (the airline data are a good candidate, as the forum data are). Finally, Mark Newman's page is another source. If you have an interest in open source software, FLOSSmole might be another place to fish for large network datasets (but I do not know if there is information about flow in there). This thread gives a lot of other potential sources
Stanford Large Network Dataset Collection. Which is part of the Stanford Network Analysis Project, SNAP.