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Simulation and Comparison reactive and proactive routing protocol in wireless network with ns-2

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Younes Alaei* and Shiva Razzaghzadeh

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An Ad-hoc NETWORK is a kind of wireless network and is a self-configuring, network of mobile routers connected with wireless links. In this paper, some main routing protocols used in Ad Hoc network, such as, AODV and DSDV and DSR are analyzed in the Network simulator. Performances of these four routing protocols are simulated in network simulator. Different routing protocols, which may be categorized in to two major classes, proactive and reactive.

Presentation proper routing protocol to select the best route in Wireless ad hoc networks

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Younes Alaei* and Shiva Razzaghzadeh

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Mobile Ad hoc networks include a number of moving nodes that are continuously moving and related to each other via wireless links. Today, due to the high mobility of nodes, the number of nodes and high traffic, the amount of route failure has increased. A lot of methods were provided for routing for sending the necessary information to these networks. These methods include a wide range of designing methods and each of these methods has its own advantages and disadvantages. Thus, they can be useful for specific environment with its own special conditions. In this study, an appropriate method was suggested in network congestion and rapid mobility of nodes in order to select an appropriate route and send information properly and on time. Simulation results show that the proposed method has a high performance than similar methods.