Abstract—Ad hoc networks are new wireless communication paradigm for mobile hosts. Ad hoc network does not pose any fixed infrastructure such as mobile switching centers or base stations. Since nodes in ad hoc networks are dynamic in nature, very much prone to failures due to various faults. In our paper, we propose a systematical, Self-diagnosing and Fault evacuation framework inorder to minimize node failure, congestion failure and link failure in Ad hoc networks. This framework is mainly designated to concentrate on the cause that brings failure to the routing session in the network. In this context, Dynamic MANET Ondemand (DYMO) routing protocol is a reactive protocol and formulated to handle a wide variety of mobility patterns by dynamically determining routes on-demand. This paper also presents a comparative analysis of various impacts of framework in Ad-Hoc Network. The goal of this paper is to help researchers, working in this area to construct better working environment with better parameterization.
Index Terms—Ad hoc network, DYMO, fault tolerance, self-diagnosing, fault evacuation.
The authors are with the ME (Pervasive Computing Technologies), Anna University Of Technology, Tiruchirapalli-620024,India.
Cite: Karthick Raghunath K. M., Vallimayil A., and Mala@ Aarthy M. P. A, "Self Diagnosing and Fault Evacuation Framework for Ad-Hoc Network," International Journal of Engineering and Technology vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 785-789, 2012.