Simulative Analysis of AODVv2-02 Routing Protocol Using OMNET++
In this paper, the authors presented here is a implementation of revised version of DYMO i.e. AODVv2-02 and then summary of the results obtained when routing protocols viz. AODVv2-02, DYMO, AODV were simulated using virtual hosts on a discrete-event simulator: OMNeT++ v4.6. These three protocols are run on a simulation setup of 20 nodes without any mobility models. This allows them to focus their attention on solely the MAC (Medium Access Control) properties and related results derived from the three protocols. They describe and compare the three routing protocols on available parameters like packet collision, packet error rate, transmission count and more. They conclude by stating the AODVv2-02 emerges as the better protocol of the three examined here.