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Mitigating the Effect of Wormhole Attack on MANET with AODV Routing Protocol

Author(s):

Abhipriya Singhal , Laxmi Devi Institute of Engineering & Technology (LIET), Alwar; Mrs. Reshu Grover, Laxmi Devi Institute of Engineering & Technology (LIET), Alwar

Keywords:

MANET, Routing, AODV, Worm Hole, NS3

Abstract

As MANET (Mobile Ad-hoc Network) applications are deployed, security emerges as a central requirement. We introduce the wormhole attack, an excessive attack in ad hoc networks that is in particular tough to guard against. The wormhole assault is possible despite the fact that the intruder has not damage any hosts or even if all communiqué gives authenticity and confidentiality. In the wormhole assault, intruder statistics packets (bits) at one location within the community, tunnels them (possibly selectively) to any other region, and retransmits them there into the network. The wormhole assault can form a serious hazard in MANET, mainly against many Mobile Ad-hoc Network routing protocols and region primarily based security structures. For example, most existing MANET routing protocols, without some mechanism to defend against the wormhole attack, would be unable to find routes longer than one or two hops, severely interrupt communication. Here is a general mechanism, called packet watchdog, for detecting and protecting against wormhole attacks, and a specific protocol that implements watchdog. In this performance of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET) under wormhole attack is analyzed. Multiple QoS parameters had been taken into consideration right here together with throughput, postpone, packet shipping ratio, and node power and node density. The NS3 community simulator has been used and the reference point organization mobility model is taken into consideration to observe the effect of node density and the preliminary power at the throughput.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV7I50353
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2019
Page(s): 621-627

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