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  • Reverse Routing Header

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    REVERSE ROUTING HEADER (RRH): RRH [7] uses the mechanism of source routing technique to route the packets in optimal path for the nested mobile networks, while sending the packets from MNN to CN. The Mobile Router (MR) which is connected to MNN allocates 'n' number of RRH's to the previous Mobile Router (MR) along with the tunnel header. The last Mobile Router (MR) inserts its home address in slot 1. The destination address of the outer IPv6 header is the HA of last Mobile Router (MR), and the source

  • Routing Protocols

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    an overview of the routing protocols of Ad hoc wireless networks by reviewing some IEEE papers related to my topic. In Multi-hop Wireless Ad hoc Networks, transmission of data from source to destination takes place through the nodes (which acts as a router) present in the network. There are types of routing protocols designed for the operation of Ad hoc networks. Routing protocols generally classified as Table Driven and On Demand Routing protocols. The further classified routing protocols and their

  • Importance Of Routing Protocols

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    CHAPTER 3 Routing Protocols The nodes in Ad hoc network are free to move in random fashion within the network region due to which the network topology changes randomly or dynamically. This random movement of nodes plays an important role on the performance of routing protocols[30,31]. Considering the node mobility feature it is essential to choose a suitable routing protocol based on the network environment. Because the nodes are mobile in nature and are moving randomly anywhere so its an important

  • Network Switching and Routing

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    Switching & Routing The purpose of this paper is to provide a better understanding of switching and routing used in a network environment and familiarize the reader with various hardware and software associated with there functions. This paper will look at some switching concepts that will include store and forward switching, cut through switching, fragment free switching, and V-Lan. This paper will also cover routing concepts, along with some comparisons including routed vs. routing protocols,

  • Routing Information Protocol: A Survey

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    in the routing its Distance Vector algorithm which is the basis of the well-known Routing Information Protocol (RIP) then we will go to explain how this protocol works what is the problem, and how we can manage this problem and solve it, when use this protocol . After that, we will go to find the advantage and disadvantage with this protocol and compare it with another protocol. Finally, find the accuracy of this algorithm. Keywords: Routing Protocol, Distance vector algorithm, Routing information

  • A Study of Proposed Routing Protocols

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    perform better than the ad-hoc protocols available, but there is still room for improvement. Combining concepts of Fuzzy logic with each of these other two protocols could produce a protocol that is optimal for WMNs. Keywords Wireless Mesh Network Routing, CBRP, MRP, Fuzzy Logic, AODV, OLSR 1. INTRODUCTION Wireless mesh networks (WMN) are an emerging technology that could change the structure of networks forever. WMNs are defined as a packet-switched network with a static wireless backbone [4]. WMNs

  • The Routing Information Protocol ( RIP )

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    The Routing Information Protocol ( RIP ) INTRODUCTION: I will summarize Request For Comments (RFC) 1058, Routing Information Protocol (RIP), by discussing RIPs basic algorithm/distance vector algorithm, protocol, message format, protocol limitations, and new improvements to RIP. RIP is very important to internetworking, since it passes information about routes between networks and hosts. It allows hosts and gateways to exchange information for the purpose of computing routes. BASIC

  • A Heuristic Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks in Home Automation

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    heuristic routing (GAHR) protocol and an A* algorithm for route finding thereby evaluating them with conventional routing protocols to overcome their disadvantages and to make them more suitable for Home Automation. There are certain unique characteristics which Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) possess and they are described in the paper as follows: 1. Easy deployment and reduced installation cost 2. Good scalability 3. Easy integration with mobile user devices Before designing a routing protocol

  • Load Balanced Routing with Constant Stretch for Wireless Sensor Network with Holes

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    Because of its simplicity and scalability, geographic routing is a popular approach in wireless sensor networks, which can achieve a near-optimal routing path in the networks without of holes. With the occurrence of holes, however, geographic routing faces the problems of hole diffusion and routing path enlargement. Several recent proposals attempt to fix these issues by deploying a special, forbidding area around the hole, which helps to improve the congestion on the hole boundary but still causes

  • Performance Enhancement of Power Varied Adhoc Routing

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    (IoT) [1] is a newly coined term allowing any device to form a network. The process becomes a bit complex when the nodes are in constant motion called MANETs [2], such a network will have nodes coming in and leaving in a short time. This requires a routing protocol that can find a path from source to destination with links that will exist till at least the final transmission [3][[4]. Another factor that comes into play is the heterogeneity of these nodes [5] as nodes forming the network can vary in