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Finally, the security solution should be practical and affordable in a highly dynamic and resource-constrained networking scenario. indd 26 9/21/07 4:34:06 AM Introduction � 27 (MAODV), and Adaptive Demand-Driven Multicast Routing Protocol (ADMR), which use the duplicate suppression mechanism in their operations, are vulnerable to rushing attacks. When source nodes flood the network with route discovery packets to find routes to the destinations, each intermediate node processes only the first nonduplicate packet and discards any duplicate packets that arrive at a later time.
The source-specific approach maintains, for each source, a tree toward all its receivers. There are two types of multicast protocols: MAODV and Ad Hoc Multicast Routing Protocol Utilizing Increasing ID-Numbers (AMRIS). Both protocols are on demand and construct a shared delivery tree to support multiple senders and receivers within a multicast session. The topology of a wireless mobile network can be very dynamic, and hence the maintenance of a connected multicast routing tree may cause large overhead.
1 Proactive Routing Protocols “Proactive routing protocol” is the constant maintaining of a route by each node to all other network nodes. The route creation and maintenance are performed through both periodic and event-driven messages. The various proactive protocols are Destination-Sequenced Distance-Vector (DSDV), Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR), and Topology Dissemination Based on Reverse Path Forwarding (TBRPF). The DSDV protocol is a distance-vector protocol with extensions to make it suitable to MANET.
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