Effective Multi-Mode Routing Mechanism with Master-Slave Technique and Reduction of Packet Droppings Using 2-ACK Scheme in MANETS

Effective Multi-Mode Routing Mechanism with Master-Slave Technique and Reduction of Packet Droppings Using 2-ACK Scheme in MANETS

Vejendla L. Narayana Chettiar R. Bharathi 

Department of CSE, Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology, Avadi, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. & Asst. Prof., Vignan’s Nirula Institute of Technology & Science for Women, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh 522005, India

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11 June 2018
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30 June 2018
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MANET is an accumulation of portable nodes that are equipped for imparting each other by means of a remote connection. MANET can frame at wherever necessary without any fixed infrastructure. There are sure parameters those are identified with the execution of the MANET i.e. routing, throughput, packet drop, delay and so forth. For secure data transmission cryptographic mechanisms are used and routing should be done dynamically so that nodes could easily find the shortest path for data delivery from source to destination and Private Key Generator (PKG) is used for generating keys for performing encryption and decryption of data. In this paper, we proposed a cryptographic strategy for generating the keys and for dynamic routing multi-mode routing algorithm is proposed and I-AODV protocol is also used which identifies the shortest path and allows nodes for data transfer and another strategy is proposed which mitigates the packet drop by presenting a 2ACK plan with sorting calculations.


Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET), routing, end-to-end cryptography, I-AODV, packet drop, 2ACK approach

1. Introduction
2. Related Work
3. Working of AODV
4. Packet Drop Causing Layers
5. Customized 2-ACK Based Method
6. Projected Algorithm for Packet Loss Reduction
7. Results
8. Conclusion

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