Study of DSR Routing Protocol in Mobile Adhoc Network
An ad-hoc network is a collection of wireless mobile nodes dynamically forming a temporary network without the use of any preexisting network infrastructure or centralized administration. By presenting a detailed study of DSR with its characteristics and performances, this study generalizes the lessons learned from DSR so that they can be applied to the many other new routing protocols that have adopted the basic DSR framework. The improvement is done in Route REPly (RREP) method. During route reply when more than one route replies are about to reach to source there are high chances that they create congestion at the last point.