Evaluation of Routing Overhead of SLIM+, PUMA, and MAODV Multicast Routing Protocols in MANETs

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

Abstract


Many multicast routing protocols are created for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks(MANETs) but still issues related to deal with their group management is an active area to be focused by the researchers. Although MANETs are currently progressing to facilitate common people such as into VANETs with narrow range community networks. There is a great deal of utilizations to be considered where combined administration must not be entirely taken after; the applications types could befall of one-to-many multicast of live data steams like live radio or TV transmission. For these applications, a multicast routing protocol is proposed and its performance is evaluated and compared with PUMA in a mobility scenario (Hussaini et al. 2016) and the robustness as a metric is also evaluated and compared with PUMA and MAODV in a static scenario (Hussaini et al. 2017). In this research, we are further working on the routing overhead (Normalized Routing Load-NRL) of SLIM+ with its counter parts PUMA and MAODV.


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