Review and Analysis of Trust Based Routing In MANETs(2011)

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Abstract:

A MANET ( Mobile Ad Hoc Networks ) is an autonomous collection of mobile users that communicate over relatively bandwidth constrained wireless links. Since the nodes are mobile, the network topology may change rapidly and unpredictably over time. The network is decentralized, where all network activity including discovering the topology and delivering messages must be executed by the nodes themselves, i.e., routing functionality will be incorporated into mobile nodes.

Existing System:

MANETs are unplanned, self-organizing networks composed of mobile nodes that utilize mesh networking principles for inter-connectivity. They do not have a fixed infra-structure which makes them easy to build over an area. Mobile Ad hoc networks (MANETs) have several advantages compared to traditional wireless networks. These include ease of deployment, speed of deployment and decreased dependency on a fixed infrastructure. There have been many studies done in this area to improve the quality and efficiency of the routing protocols in MANETs. However unique characteristics of MANETs topology such as open peer-to-peer architecture, dynamic network topology, shared wireless medium and limited resource (battery, memory and computation power) pose a number of non-trivial challenges to security design. The fixed infrastructure less environment makes the transactions less secure. Traditional routing algorithms in MANETs do not work with cryptographic techniques.

Proposed System:

Cryptography procedures were introduced in them to make secure transactions. This paper proposes a secure, trusted, optimal scheme for routing in MANETs.

Modules:

  1. Login Module.
  2. Sender Module.
  3. Trusted Center Module.
  4. Receiver Module.
  5. Key Generation Module.
  6. Routers Module.

H/w & s/wcomponents:

Software Requirements:

Language                           :   C#.NET

Technologies                     :  Microsoft.NET Framework, ASP.NET, ADO.NET

IDE                                       :  Visual Studio 2008

Backend                              :  SQL Server 2005

Operating System              :  Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or LateVersion

Hardware Requirements:

Processor                           : Intel Pentium or more

RAM                                      : 512 MB

Hard Disk                            : 40 GB

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