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Maximizing the Channel Throughput in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Using mIDS

S. Madhavi, Dr. I. Ramesh Babu


Maximizing the channel throughput capacity and providing security for nodes in the mobile adhoc networks is becoming an attractive challenge for many researchers today. The nodes in the mobile adhoc networks move from one region to another. But still they demand for the security for their transactions. Today’s firewalls and encryption software’s are not sufficient and effective to protect the networks. An intrusion detection system (IDS) is required to monitor the network, detect the misbehaviors or anomalies and notify other nodes in the network to avoid or punish the misbehaving nodes. Because of these misbehaving nodes the network performance degrades. Hence a method is proposed to identify and control the misbehaving nodes so as identify the misbehaving nodes, and control their behavior. This ultimately improves the channel throughput. We proposed a new mIDS (Mobile Intrusion Detection System) suitable for multi-hop ad-hoc wireless networks in [2][4][5][6][7] which detects nodes misbehavior, anomalies in packet forwarding, such as intermediate nodes dropping or delaying packets. mIDS does relay on overhearing packet transmissions of neighboring nodes. In [8][9][10] we proposed a new scheduling method which improves the channel efficiency and network capacity.

In this paper we evaluated the metrics like

1. Packet dropping
2. Minimize the Control packet overhead on the nodes
3. Maximize the Channel throughput
in mobile adhoc networks using the mIDS protocol.



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