Migrating Packet Dropping in Mobile Ad-hoc Network Based on Modified ACK-Based Scheme

Shalini Sharma, Hitesh Gupta, Pankaj Kawadkar


Dynamic topology and infrastructure less behavior provide a great facility for adhoc network. Such facility generates easy connection of adhoc network and provides node mobility without loss of connection. In such ability packet dropping is a serious challenge for quality performance of adhoc network. The adhoc network suffered some serious security threats such attacks are black hole attack, malicious attack and worm hole attack that attack occurred a packet dropping problem in adhoc network. For the minimization of attack and packet dropping various authors built various method such method is node authentication, passive feedback scheme, ack-based scheme, reputation based scheme and incentive based scheme, ack-based scheme suffered a problem of massive overhead due to extra acknowledgment  packet and it also suffered decision ambiguity if the requested node refuse to send back Acknowledgment. In this dissertation we uses modified ack-based scheme using secure channel for overcoming the problem of decision ambiguity for requested node, improved node authentication and minimize packet dropping in adhoc network.

Keywords mobile ad-hoc network, routing misbehaviour, AODV routing protocol, ACK based approach, network security.

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