Detection of Misbehaviors Nodes in Wireless Network with Help of Pool Manager

  • Asha ChaudharyEmail author
  • Pournima More
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 673)


As in recent time, wireless networks were developed in various extreme ends but then also facing from the problem of malicious nodes in the network. In this case, networks drop the packets at the receiver side and create various routing attacks. By the help of Dijkstra’s algorithm, network can escape from the problem of dropping packets. In that, nodes can calculate shortest path on the basis of Fuzzy logic. Biggest downsides of existing propose are that it is unable to handle occurring of blackhole and grayhole in the network and nodes can easily befool with each other. To avoid occurring of attacks, network can use a scheme in which it creates pool manager at the starting of communication by which load of the nodes get reduces and routing attacks can easily detect. And at the time of further communication, that node is banned and does not engage for delivery packets from source to destination. By ejection of malicious nodes from the network with the help of pool manager that can iterative more established data by comparing hash function.


Blackhole Grayhole Pool manager MANETs Titlemapping DOS 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Computer Network DepartmentG.H. Raisoni College of Engineering and ManagementWagholiIndia

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