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Project Presentation

Project Title: Implementation and comparison study of kernel based AODV routing protocol on Linux kernel 2.4 and kernel 2.6 Group Members Muhammad Naeem Mughal Fawad Ahmad Iqra Naveen 07030619-115 07030619-155 07030619-054

BS-CS 8th

Outline
Introduction Problem Background Statement of Problem Methodology Scope

AODV Introduction
The Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector is a routing protocol which enables dynamic, self-starting, multihop routing between participating mobile nodes wishing to establish and maintain an ad hoc network. Implementation of base station less routing protocol on both of Linux kernel 2.4 as well as kernel 2.6

Problem Background
Different AODV routing protocols are implemented on different Linux kernels as kernel 2.2, kernel 2.4 and kernel 2.6 Routing protocols were tested on these kernels for packet delivery ratios, cost functions identification and for discovering the time and control message overhead. Main problems that are taken under consideration during the implementation of routing protocols are the packet forwarding design performance and link break detection latency

Problem Background
The issue that is paying attention in the forwarding design performance is packet cost Minimizing the delay, load and energy in the packet is the area of concentration for researchers in the world of mobile networking

Statement of Problem
As our first task is implementation of AODV on both kernel 2.4 and kernel 2.6 and to deal with the compatibility issues. Default operating systems are not built to support the Ad hoc routing protocols. Some of the required events for routing protocols are need to be add in operating system

Statement of Problem
To minimize the delay, load and energy in the packet is the area of concentration for researchers in the world of mobile networking Proper modification in both the routing protocol as well as operating system is required

Statement of Problem
After implementation of AODV on both of kernel, we have to compare them in following aspects Packet Cost Delay Load Energy consumed

Methodology
As OpNet, QualNet, OMNET++ and NS2 are the available simulation tools for simulation and testing. We are using Network Simulator 2 because it is freely available and also provides support to the AODV wireless routing protocols. Object Oriented Tool Command Language (OTCL) is used which is supported by Network Simulator 2.

Methodology
For the evaluation of AODV routing protocol we will compare the average speed of route discovery, number of lost connections, delay across the routes, number of recovered routes by multipath, time consumed for process at each node

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Scope
This research will guide to deal with compatibility issues faced during implementation of AODV routing protocol on both of kernel 2.4 as well as kernel 2.6 Modification guideline for both operating system and routing protocol for implementation Introducing the functionality and proper timing to trigger the required AODV routing events

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Scope
We will be capable to choose one of the best implementation on behalf of following observations Rout discovery Latency Packet Delay Active route timeout interval Load on the network Energy consumed Link break detection latency