An Escalated Performance Aware Approach for Cumulative Effectiveness in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Brown, Karl (TTU)
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In order to provide secure communication between mobile nodes in a hostile environment, security has become a top priority. There are a variety of nontrivial difficulties to security design in mobile ad hoc networks because of its unique properties, such as open peer to peer network architecture and shared wireless medium. Building multi-layered security systems that provide broad coverage while still delivering optimal network performance makes perfect sense in light of these problems. Specifically, in this study, we address the basic issue of maintaining the multi-hop network connectivity between mobile nodes in a Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET). There are a number of security concerns that need to be addressed in order to safeguard the multihop wireless channel’s MANET connection and network layer activities when delivering packets. We go through these difficulties and possible solutions in this paper. Complete security solutions should cover both layers and include the prevention, detection and response aspects of the three components of the security system. Providing secure communication between mobile nodes in a hostile environment has become a top priority. For example, the open peer-to-peer architecture, shared wireless medium, resource limits, and high dynamic network topology of mobile ad hoc networks provide a variety of nontrivial security design difficulties. The work integrates the effectual approach with the integrity and performance aware implementation for the Mobile Adhoc Networks.