Intrusion Detection System Using AODV For Securing Blackhole Attack and Grayhole Attack in MANETS

Authors

  • Harshavardhan K

Keywords:

AODV, Black hole, receive reply, sequence number, routing table.

Abstract

The MANET is a sort of wireless connection that can be deployed without the use of equipment. It is a system of peer, infrastructure-free, flexible, and decentralised mobile nodes which are connected to one another. The goal of this study is to examine and improve the safety of MANET routing protocols using Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vectors (AODV). This methodology for identifying blackhole as well as grayhole attacks is reflected in the development of modifying the sequence number given in control packets, particularly Route Reply Packets (RREP), in order to determine blackhole and grayhole nodes and thus minimise loss of information by throwing away the route with so problems with nodes.

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Published

2021-08-10

How to Cite

Harshavardhan K. (2021). Intrusion Detection System Using AODV For Securing Blackhole Attack and Grayhole Attack in MANETS. Journal of Research Proceedings, 1(2), 205–215. Retrieved from https://i-jrp.com/index.php/jrp/article/view/56