Security enhancement using CHAP in MANET

Gurinderjit Kaur


MANET is a collection of mobile devices and is self configuring, dynamically changing, multi-hop wireless network which forms a communication network via multi hop wireless network connection, it is a self-organizing network, without any central control. Nodes in the network communicate with another node only if it lies within its transmission range.. Every routing protocol has some advantages and disadvantages. The research focuses on two routing protocols AODV and DSDV that are discussed earlier. Both protocols belong to different categories of routing protocol. AODV is a reactive and DSDV is proactive protocol. In this paper we define the following objectives of the research to Analyze Performance under Flood Attack under AODV & to Improve the performance of AODV under Flood Attack

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