MANET

Paper: Analyzing control traffic overhead in mobile ad-hoc network protocols versus mobility and data traffic activity

This paper proposes a general, parameterized model for analyzing protocol control overheads in mobile ad-hoc networks. A probabilistic model for the network topology and the data traffic is proposed in order to estimate overhead due to control packets of routing…
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Paper: Investigating data broadcast performance in mobile ad-hoc networks

We investigate broadcasting in mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs). We define broadcasting as being the process of delivering one packet, originated at one node, to (ideally) all other nodes in the MANET. We present specific problems related to broadcasting in MANETs,…
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Paper: Combining Temporal and Spartial Partial Topolgy for MANET Routing – Merging OLSR and FSR

In this paper, we propose an extension to the Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol, a proactive link-state routing protocol optimized for mobile ad-hoc networks, in-troducing temporal partial topology as a mechanism for re-ducing control traffic overhead. The extension is…
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One more down: RFC8116 on Security Threats to OLSRv2 just out

The long-in-the-process RFC 8116 finally hit the repositories last Friday. The abstract of this document goes: This document analyzes common security threats to the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol version 2 (OLSRv2) and describes their potential impacts on Mobile Ad…
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The Routing Standard for Dynamic, Wireless, Ad hoc, MESH networks: OLSRv2

With the recent publication of RFC7939, I wrote in a previous blog entry that: This is, to some extend, the final piece of the core OLSRv2 (the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol version 2) puzzle – which is also therefore the…
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