Volume 7 Issue 1 - May 2016

  • 1. Implementation and analysis of dynamically randomize-anonymous location-based efficient routing protocols for manet’s

    Authors : Priyanga Ancy.g, Narmadha.c

    Pages : 52-58

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.71.006

    Keywords : MANET, DR-ALERT, GPSR, RICR, Key Update Process, Key Renewal Process, Relay Node, Random Forwarder, Certificate Authority.

    Abstract :

    Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a self-routing, infrastructure less network of mobile nodes are communicated with wireless standard to exchange required data. MANETs uses anonymous routing protocol for increase security performance, hides nodes unique individuality from outsider therefore observer cannot attack the security of the network. Existing routing protocols are relying on hop-by-hop encryption and redundant traffic. However they are having high cost and provide low secrecy protection for sources, destination, and route anonymity. Also it is frequently choosing the routing path. Hence to provide high secrecy protection (for sources, destination, and route) with low cost; we propose a Dynamically Randomize-Anonymous Location-based Efficient Routing protocol (DR-ALERT). DR-ALERT is taken two phases: key update process (source node to certificate authority) and key renewal process (certificate authority to destination node). Phase 1: Dynamically a partition the network field into number of zones using ALERT protocol and GPSR is randomly chooses a high level of energy nodes in zones. Named as intermediate Relay nodes also it is form a non-traceable anonymous route. Still source node updated encrypted key to the Relay node and it is authorized then it is given the required data packets to the relay nodes. However this same process is forward to last k-node and k-node then forward to certificate authority. In a longest distance routing path it will forward the data packets using Random forwarder. Phase 2: Certificate authority in a cluster wants to communicate with destination node in some other cluster; it randomly sends the Renewal key + Data packet to the Border Node using RICR protocol. Border Node will check destination node is in its own cluster, it will (In a long distance it will use the Random forwarder) forward the packet to the destination node through the shortest path. Experimental results and theoretical analysis of our proposed DR-ALERT is achieves better route anonymity protection with lower cost compared to Existing anonymous routing protocols.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Priyanga Ancy.g, Narmadha.c , "Implementation and analysis of dynamically randomize-anonymous location-based efficient routing protocols for manet’s", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=901&j_id=3022, Volume 7 Issue 1 - May 2016, 52-58, #ijltetorg