Tag Archive: OLSR

Paper: Depth First Forwarding for Low Power and Lossy Networks: Application and Extension

Data delivery across a multi-hop low-power and lossy networks (LLNs) is a challenging task: devices participating in such a network have strictly limited computational power and storage, and the communication channels are of low capacity, time-varying and with high loss…
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Paper: Digital Signatures for Admittance Control in the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol version 2

Public community Mobile Ad Hoc NETworks (MANETs), such as the “Funkfeuer” or “Freifunk” networks, scale up to several hundreds of routers, connecting users with each other, and with the Internet. As MANETs are typically operated over wireless channels (e.g. WiFi),…
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Paper: Yet Another Autoconf Proposal (YAAP) for Mobile Ad hoc NETworks

This paper addresses the issues of automatic address and prefix configuration of MANET routers. Specifically, the paper analyzes the differences between “classic IP networks” and MANETs, emphasizing the interface, link, topology, and addressing assumptions present in “classic IP networks”. The…
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Paper: OSPF-style Database Exchange and Reliable Synchronization in the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol

The Optimized Link-State Routing protocol (OLSR) is a proactive link-state routing protocol. While similar to the well-known Internet routing protocol OSPF, OLSR is designed to be simple, and to maintain connec- tivity in face of highly dense and dynamic networks,…
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Paper: MANET Network Management and Performance Monitoring for NHDP and OLSRv2

Mobile Ad Hoc NETworks (MANETs) are gener-ally thought of as infrastructureless and largely “un-managed” network deployments, capable of accommodating highly dynamic network topologies. Yet, while the network infrastructure may be “un-managed”, monitoring the network performance and setting configuration parameters once…
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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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