AODV


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AODV

(Ad Hoc On Demand Distance Vector) An on-demand routing protocol for wireless networks that uses traditional routing tables to store routing information. AODV uses timers at each node and expires the routing table entry after the route is not used for a certain time. See mobile ad hoc network.
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Evaluation of Parameterised Route Repair in AODV," in Proc.
In this study, two performance metrics used to evaluate the performance of the network in case of AODV with no attack, AODV with an attack, AODV with normal IDS and AODV with optimized IDS.
The examples of reactive routing protocols consist of GEDIR, SSR, WAR, AODV, ABR, CEDAR, DREAM, LAR and DSR.
The need to use a well-known routing scheme leads us to choose AODV.
In [6], an anti-cooperative solution to black hole attacks that modified the standard AODV protocol was proposed.
Some of examples on demand routing protocols are: DSR [10], [11], AODV [9], and TORA [12], [13].
Section 3 talks about the proposed improved algorithm which is based on the original algorithm AODV.
Difference between AODV and DYMO: DYMO works much like the AODV routing protocol, but there is a subtle and important difference between the two routing protocols.
3, this simulation experiment showed us that AODV, DYMO and LAR protocols are having higher end to end delays than others, indicating that the speed of simulation in large scale networks will be affected by this.
Many mobile ad-hoc networks protocols such as AODV construct route only when desired by the source node (reactively).
11p Propagation Situation NoPATH/LOS LOS/NLOS LOS/NLOS NLOS Propagation Model Two Ray Ground Two Ray Ground Two Ray Ground Fading - Rice/Rayleigh Rice/Rayleigh Bit rate (Mbps) 3 2 3 Bandwidth 10 MHz 20,22 MHz 10 MHz Modulation OFDM DSSS,OFDM OFDM Mobility - - IDM-LC Routing protocol AODV AODV AODV/LAR Simulation Tools NCTUNS QualNet/TIGER GloMoSim Table 2.
The nodes are placed randomly and AODV routing protocol is used for network formation.