The Ad-Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector routing protocol
is a reactive routing protocol
DSDV is the proactive routing protocol
, the theory of this type protocols is that each mobile node establishes and maintains a complete routing table which contains the route to each node, it can rapidly reflect the network topology, the delay of this type is smaller, but the routing overhead is larger, the efficiency of protocol is lower; DSR and AODV are the reactive routing protocols
, the theory of this type's protocols is that each node do not maintain any information of the routing in advance, only when sending data to the destination node, the source node launches the routing searching process in the network to search and establish the corresponding routing, thus this way save some unnecessary routing overhead, but increases the packet transmission delay.
Another routing protocol
that we use for smaller networks is RIP (Routing Information Protocol) (RFC 2453), that uses Bellman-Ford algorithm.
In this paper, we presented the results for various proactive and reactive routing protocols
like Ad Hoc On-Demand Vector routing (AODV), Dynamic MANET On-demand (DYMO), Source Tree Adaptive Routing (STAR) protocol, Routing Information Protocol (RIP), Bellman Ford, LANd Mark Ad hoc Routing protocol
(LANMAR) and Location Aided Routing protocol
It is possible to flood all nodes, and decrease routing protocol
performance by misusing protocol messaging.
Reports adjacency failures for routing protocol
95 and the fourth chapter, "Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
(EIGRP)" is available to read online at http://www.
An example of a hybrid routing protocol
is Zone Routing Protocol
The Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector routing protocol
(7) (1) enables multihop routing between the participating mobile nodes wishing to establish and maintain an ad-hoc network.
a provider of high-speed, multiport network performance analysis systems, has introduced several new routing protocol
emulations targeted at the exploding need of network equipment manufacturers and ISPs to quickly emulate and characterize large-scale systems and networks prior to field deployment.
For larger, more complicated networks, LynxOS offers dynamic routing protocol
support of autonomous protocols such as RIP, OSPF, or BGP.
The FC routing protocol
(FSPF) lets the user know which FC devices talk to one another.