The Average End-to-End Delay and Average Through put Comparison of Multicast Routing Protocols in MANETs for Real-Time Streaming

N. N. HUSSAINI, H. KAZI, S. FAIZULLAH, M. A. SHAIKH, K. H. MOHAMMADANI

Abstract


Multicasting is an effective way to establish a group communication where each message is delivered from a sender to all the members of the group. These groups can be open or closed. A lot of multicast routing protocols have been developed yet for closed group applications. To avail live radio/TV or multimedia type transmission without any membership management, we call it open-MANETs. SLIM+ is proposed (Shaikh et al., 2014) , implemented (Hussaini, and Shaikh, et al, 2016), compared and evaluated in different scenarios and found a robust protocol (Hussaini, and Shaikh, et al, 2017). In this paper SLIM+ is compared with MAODV and PUMA multicast routing protocols and the Average Throughput and Average End-to-End Delay is presented after the comparative study. NS2-Version 2.35 is used for the comparative assessment of these protocols

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