Performance Analysis of Load Minimization In AODV and FSR

G Vetrichelvi, G Mohankumar


Mobile Ad-hoc network (MANET) is one of the important technologies in the emerging field; therefore research concerning its security problem especially, intrusion detection has attracted many researchers. Analyzing methodology plays a central role in the data analysis process. Dynamic state routing (DSR) results in reducing performances of detection system because it uses irrelevant and redundant features to analyze the performance. This method proposes Fisheye State Routing (FSR) protocol usage in intrusion detection which can be used for self-organizing wireless devices. This protocol exchanges information with neighbour nodes only, which help in reducing the update message size. In this protocol every update message doesn‟t contain information about all nodes in the network. Instead, information about closer nodes is exchanged more frequently than it is done about farther nodes, thus reducing the update message size. This protocol is more desirable for large mobile network where mobility is high and bandwidth is low as it provides an efficient and scalable solution for intrusion detection in mobile ad-hoc network. Finally it is compared with the AODV and the performance was found to be efficient than AODV.

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