High-Throughput in Wireless Mesh Networks Using Different Routing Metrics
|Ritika Arora1 Javed Akthar Khan 2
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Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN) can be designed using a routing technique. There is lot of protocols developed for many packets delivery, but they fail in the path selection in the presence of selfish nodes. To overcome this problem, Cross layer metrics is developed which is used to select the path that delivers the highest packet. The Optimized Link State Routing Protocol (OLSR) is used by individual nodes to compute next hop destinations for all nodes in the network.Expected Forwarded Counter (EFW), and two further variants, handle with the problem of selfish behavior (i.e., packet dropping) of mesh routers in a WMN. EFW selects reliable and high-performance path for packet transmission. The results show that the path reliability and increase the performance of the network.