Securing Manets By Using An Intrusion Detection System (Eaack)

M Vamsi Krishna, D Jaya Prakash


MANET arrangement may diverge depending on its application from a small static network that is extremely power inhibited to a large-scale, mobile, highly dynamic network. Every node works both as a transmitter and a receiver. Nodes converse directly with each other when they are both within the same communication range. Otherwise they depend on their neighbours to relay messages. Industrial remote access and control via wireless networks are flattering more and more popular these days. One of the chief advantages of wireless networks is its capability to permit data communication between different parties and still maintain their mobility. This communication is incomplete to the range of transmitters. This means that two nodes cannot communicate with each other when the distance between the two nodes is further than the communication range of their own. MANET solves this problem by allowing intermediate nodes to rely data transmission.   In this case detection should be focused as another part before an attacker can damage the structure of the system.


Digital signature, digital signature algorithm (DSA), Enhanced Adaptive ACKnowledgment (AACK) (EAACK), Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET).


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