Study of Performance Under Attack for ZRP Protocol Compared to DSR Protocol in MANET

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Topic: Mobility
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Mobile ad-hoc network is characterized by infrastructure less nature. It is a collection of wireless mobile nodes dynamically forming a temporary network. Each node in MANETs can act as a router or host on the network. The nodes are free to move randomly. Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs) are characterized by rapid change, dynamic multi-hop topology. The main types of routing strategies are proactive, reactive and hybrid. Traditionally, routing protocols for ad-hoc wireless networks provide a non-adversarial environment and an environment of cooperative network.

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