Performance Analysis of DSR, DYMO, OLSR and RIP Protocols of Manet using CBR and VBR Transmission Traffic Mode
Pages : 1541-1548
A Mobile adhoc network is a collection of nodes by wireless link without using any pre-existing infrastructure like base station, access point, etc and allowing portable device to establish communication in MANET. Many protocols are developed in MANET but it is not decided which one is best. In this paper we present the behavior of four routing protocols DSR, DYMO (Reactive Routing Protocol) and OLSR, RIP (Proactive Routing Protocol). We have used 802.11n network with 802.11e MAC protocol which is also called as Wi-Fi. The performance analysis is based on different network matrices such as First message received, Last message received, Total message received, End to End delay, Throughput, Average Jitter, Average Delay and Energy Consumption. QualNet6.1 is used as a simulation tool to evaluate the performance of these protocols using both the transmission traffic modes CBR and VBR.
Keywords: MANET, DSR, DYMO, OLSR, RIP, CBR, VBR, QualNet6.1
Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.3,No.4(Oct- 2013)