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Re-joining of authorized nodes in MANETs using EGSR scheme and detection of internal attacks using 2ACK shceme

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Abstract

One of the specially designated versatile networks, commonly referred to as MANET, performs on the basics that each and every one grouping in nodes totally operate in self-sorting out limits. In any case, performing in a group capacity maximizes quality and different sources. Mobile ad hoc network is a wireless infra-structureless network. Due to its unique features, various challenges are faced under MANET when the role of routing and its security comes into play. The survey has exhibited that the effect of failures during the data transmission has not been considered in the present research. The majority of techniques for specially appointed systems just decides the way and transmits the information which prompts to parcel drop in the event of disappointments, therefore bringing about low reliability. A major part of the existing research has neglected the use of the rejoining processing of the root nodes network. Most of the existing techniques are based on detecting the failures but the use of path re-routing has also been neglected in the existing methods. Here, we have proposed a method of path re-routing for managing the authorized nodes and managing the keys for group in ad hoc environment. Securing Schemes, named as 2ACK and the EGSR schemes have been proposed, which may be truly interacted to most of the routing protocol. The path re-routing has the ability to reduce the ratio of dropped packets. The comparative analysis has clearly shown that the proposed technique outperforms the available techniques in terms of various quality metrics.

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Singh, T., Singh, J. & Sharma, S. Re-joining of authorized nodes in MANETs using EGSR scheme and detection of internal attacks using 2ACK shceme. Int. j. inf. tecnol. 12, 295–301 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41870-018-0155-7

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Keywords

  • MANETs
  • Re-routing
  • Group key management
  • Hybrid based PSO
  • Reliable path