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Preventing the impact of selfish behavior under MANET using Neighbor Credit Value based AODV routing algorithm

  • K Rama Abirami
  • M G Sumithra
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Abstract

Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) nodes exchange information using the multi-hop wireless communications without the need for any pre-existing infrastructure. Routing protocols of MANET are designed with an assumption that the nodes will cooperate in routing process. To achieve high throughput and reliable communication, the nodes are expected to cooperate with each other. Routing protocol plays a crucial role in an effective communication between nodes and operates on the assumption that the nodes are fully cooperative. Due to the open structure and limited battery-based energy in MANET, some nodes may not cooperate correctly or behave maliciously and such kind of misbehavior impacts the fairness, reliability and efficiency in MANET. Previous work addressed the ways to overcome these kinds of node misbehaviors and attacks. Most of the existing works need time to analyse the neighbor traffic and decide whether a neighbor is behaving maliciously or not. Further, the existing credit-based detection mechanisms may mark a genuine idle node as a malicious node. This work addresses a simple Neighbor Credit Value based AODV (NCV-AODV) routing algorithm for the detection of selfish behavior which avoids such false detection. The proposed idea is implemented in Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol and an extensive analysis on the performance of the proposed detection mechanism against the selfish behavior of some MANET nodes are conducted.

Keywords

MANET selfish behavior routing protocols AODV and security 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringPSNA College of Engineering and TechnologyDindigulIndia
  2. 2.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringBannari Amman Institute of TechnologyErodeIndia

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