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Network performance centric security design in manet
G Zhong ,ACM Mobile Computing and Communications , 2002 ,
Security is a basic requirement for mobile ad hoc networks. Several recent papers [4, 1, 2]
have started to address security issues in such networks. While these early proposals each
have their own merit, they mainly focus on the security vigor of the design and leave the 

Current Research Work on Routing Protocols for MANET: A Literature Survey
GV Kumar, YV Reddyr , ) International Journal on , 2010 ,
Abstract—Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are autonomously self-organized networks
without infrastructure support. In a mobile ad hoc network, nodes move arbitrarily; therefore
the network may experience rapid and unpredictable topology changes. Because nodes 

Routing of internal MANET traffic over external networks
V Pham, E Larsen, Ø Kure ,Mobile Information Systems, 2009 ,IOS Press
Many have proposed to connect Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) to a wired backbone
Internet access network. This paper demonstrates that a wired backbone network can be
utilized for more than just providing access to the global Internet. Traffic between mobile 

Mesh Based Multicast Routing in MANET: Stable Link Based Approach
R Biradar, S Manvi ,International Journal of , 2010 ,
Abstract—The group-oriented services are one of the primary application classes that are
addressed by mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) in recent years. To support such services,
multicast routing is used. Thus, there is a need to design stable and reliable multicast ..

An performance Analysis and Comparison of multi-hop Wireless Ad-hoc Network Routing protocols in MANET
DS Karthik, S Kannan, DML Valarmathi ,International Journal of , 2010 ,
ABSTRACT Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) is a collection of wireless mobile hosts
forming a temporary network without the aid of any stand-alone infrastructure or centralized
administration. Mobile Ad-hoc networks are selforganizing and self-configuring multihop 

A Trust Based Security Scheme for RREQ Flooding Attack in MANET
SK Shandilya ,International Journal of Computer , 2010 ,
Abstract Mobile ad hoc are gaining popularity because of availability of low cost mobile
devices and its ability to provide instant wireless networking capabilities where
implementation of wired network is not possible or costly. MANETs are vulnerable to 

MANET extensions to ns2
AL Cavilla , of Computer Science, University of Toronto, 2004 ,
This is a set of software modules providing additional models for the simulation of multihop
mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) in the ns2 simulator. We provide implementations of the
CM and Shell mobility models, and the AF and LOS radio propagation models described 

A Coloured Petri Net Model of the Dynamic MANET On-demand Routing Protocol
C Yuan, J Billington ,Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop and , 2006 ,
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MANET On-demand (DYMO) Routing Protocol [1] • A new reactive routing protocol: 

A novel QoS multipath path routing in MANET
C Wu, F Zhang , Journal of Digital Content Technology and , 2010 ,
Abstract Mobile ad hoc networks are typically characterized by high mobility and frequent
link failures that result in low throughput and high end-to-end delay. The increasing use of
MANETs for transferring multimedia applications such as voice, video and data, leads to 

A comprehensive comparison of manet routing protocols in simulation, emulation and the real world
E Nordstrom, P Gunningberg, C Rohner ,Uppsala University, 2006 ,
Abstract This paper presents a comprehensive comparison of the ad hoc routing protocols
AODV, DSR and OLSR. We compare the protocols in three predictable mobility scenarios
using UDP, Ping and TCP traffic and we also study how their relative performance change 

Security Enhancement in MANET Authentication by checking the CRL Status of Servers
A Irshad, W Noshairwan, M Shafiq, S Khurram ,2008 ,
Abstract. MANET security is becoming a challenge for researchers with the time. The lack of
infrastructure gives rise to authentication problems in these networks. Most of the TTP and
non-TTP based schemes seem to be impractical for being adopted in MANETs. A hybrid 

Cryptographic vs. Trust-based Methods for MANET Routing Security
J Cordasco ,IEEE Wireless Communications, 2007 ,
ABSTRACT Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) allow wireless nodes to form a network
without requiring a fixed infrastructure. Early routing protocols for MANETs failed to take
security issues into account. Subsequent proposals used strong cryptographic methods to 

LSLP: link stability and lifetime prediction based qos aware routing for MANET
M Mamun-Or-Rashid ,Proc. Joint Conference on , 2007 ,
Abstract As mobile ad hoc network is burgeoning, different applications are developing with
different service requirement. In particular multimedia applications and other real-time
applications eg voice transmission requires very stringent and inflexible quality of service (

Experimental evaluation of a mobile ad-hoc networked (manet) controlled system
A Panousopoulou , of Networks and , 2006 ,
Abstract—In this article an experimental case study for the performance evaluation of a
Mobile Ad-Hoc Wireless Networked Controlled System (WiNCS) is presented. The control
scheme is based on a client–server architecture where the communication channel is 

Combining certification-based authentication and intrusion detection to secure ManetRouting Protocols
R Puttini, R De Sousa ,Proceedings of the 5th European , 2004 ,
Abstract: In this paper we describe a new mobile ad hoc networks (Manet) routing protocol
security design that combines a certificate-based authentication service with intrusion
detection. Certification service and IDS are both designed to have distribution, 

Model based protocol fusion for manet-internet integration
C Jelger, C Tschudin ,Proceedings of WONS’05, 2006 ,
Abstract—With the wide adoption of wireless communication technologies, the current
networking design of the Internet architecture has shown some limitations. Restricted by
inherent layering constraints, valuable networking information cannot flow freely inside the 

Performance Comparison of Single and Multi-Path Routing Protocol in MANET with Selfish Behaviors
AR Sangi, J Liu ,World Academy of Science, Engineering and , 2010 ,
Abstract—Mobile Ad Hoc network is an infrastructure less network which operates with the
coordination of each node. Each node believes to help another node, by forwarding its data
to/from another node. Unlike a wired network, nodes in an ad hoc network are resource (ie 

Comparison between Various Black Hole Detection Techniques in MANET
A Saini ,National Conference on Computational , 2010 ,
Abstract: An ad hoc network is a collection of mobile nodes that dynamically form a
temporary network and are infrastructure less. A black hole is a malicious node that
incorrectly replies the route requests that it has a fresh route to destination and then it ..

Risk modulating factors in risk-based access control for information in a manet
PC Cheng ,IBM Research Report RC24494, 2008 ,
Abstract We present an approach for evaluating risk using risk–contributing factors. This
approach could be applied recursively to a hierarchy of risk–contributing factors. We also
use a MANET scenario to demonstrate how the approach may be applied. We believe that