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Performance Comparison of IAODV and OLSR Protocols under Black Hole Attack


Mandeep singh , CEC ,landran; Gagangeet Aujla, CEC,Landran




A wireless ad-hoc network is a collection of mobile/semi-mobile nodes with no pre-established infrastructure, forming a temporary network.. MANET is a self organized and self configurable network where the mobile nodes move arbitrarily. The mobile nodes can receive and forward packets as a router. Each of the nodes has a wireless interface and communicates with each other over either radio or infrared. Laptop computers and personal digital assistants that communicate directly with each other are some examples of nodes in an ad-hoc network [4]. Nodes in the adhoc network are often mobile, but can also consist of stationary nodes, such as access points to the Internet. Semi mobile nodes can be used to deploy relay points in areas where relay points might be needed temporarily. Routing is a critical issue in MANET and hence the focus of this thesis along with the performance analysis of routing protocols. We compared two routing protocols i.e. IAODV and OLSR. Our simulation tool will be Network stimulator 2. The performance of these routing protocols is analyzed by three metrics: End to End delay, Packet delivery fraction and throughput.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I8029
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 8
Publication Date: 01/11/2014
Page(s): 1-6

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