Integration of protocols FHAMIPv6/AODV in Ad hoc networks

Jesus Hamilton Ortiz, Jorge Perea, Juan Carlos López, Alejandro Ortiz

Abstract


This paper presents the integration of protocol Fast Hierarchical Ad-Hoc Mobile IPv6 (FHAMIPv6) and the Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV). The paper shows the effects of FHAMIPv6/AODV on QoS. The simulation was realized in NS-2 version 2.32. The traffic used is TCP. We analyzed the delay, jitter and throughput in an end to end communication. The metrics from the ACN perspective are presented in the paper. The FHAMIPv6/AODV integration is a step forward to the FHAMIPv6/MPLS/AODV integration in order to provide quality of service in MANET networks. We can consider FHAMIPv6/AODV and the future FHAMIPv6/MPLS/AODV integration as part of development Long Term Evolution standard (LTE) included in the all-IP concept that allows us to meet some requirements of LTE, such as end to-end quality of service. We test it MANET (Mobile Ad hoc Network) networks with different number of nodes. The paper shows the scenarios with 25 nodes as shown. The results of all simulations are displayed in a table.

Keywords


QoS, AODV, AMN, ANAR, APAR, FHAMIPV6, Integration, MAP.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/npa.v3i1.690

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