Efficiency can be achieved in CEAACK MANETs by implementing clustering technique into the network. Using this strategy the cluster head can monitor the members and also take the responsibility of routing the data packets to their destination. The cluster head has to coordinate with the base station for packet transmission. Generally route maintenance and route discovery is a very important mechanism for maintaining route life. In a route discovery, normally we are using flooding scheme for sending and receiving the route request and route reply message. Based on the route discovery, the routing methods are categorized into Proactive and Reactive methods. Reactive Routing Protocol is also called On Demand Routing Protocol like AODV and DSR. These two protocols help to reduce the overhead involved in routing. We propose a novel protocol STFDR (Secure Three Fish Dynamic Routing), which provides an efficient route discovery technique along with a competent dynamic broadcast algorithm. The overhead in routing can further be reduced by gaining knowledge about the neighbouring nodes. The proposed algorithm will help fix a route for packet forwarding and also utilize the information of the neighbouring nodes effectively. This algorithm is a unique dynamic routing protocol that provides a secure and a reliable network environment. The aim of our proposed protocol is to provide an environment where only the trusted nodes participate in route discovery and secure packet transmission.
Wireless Personal Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 14, 2017
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