EasyMANET: an extensible and configurable platform for service provisioning in MANET environments

@article{Cano2010EasyMANETAE,
  title={EasyMANET: an extensible and configurable platform for service provisioning in MANET environments},
  author={Jos{\'e} Cano and Juan-Carlos Cano and Chai Keong Toh and Carlos Miguel Tavares Calafate and Pietro Manzoni},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={159-167}
}
Mobile ad hoc networks are highly dynamic networks that offer multihop communications in the presence of changing topologies without the need for any fixed infrastructure support. These networks can be useful in a wide variety of scenarios, but setting them up and deploying services on them is a difficult task, even for experienced users. In this article we present EasyMANET ¿ an extensible platform the main objective of which is to encourage the widespread adoption and use of MANETs by non… 

Figures from this paper

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a QoS Framework for MANETs in a Real Testbed

A real implementation of DACME, the QoS framework for mobile ad-hoc networks, is presented, and its effectiveness is tested in an IEEE 802.11e enabled testbed.

Testing an Admission Control Module for MANETs in real devices

A real implementation of DACME, the distributed admission control system for mobile ad-hoc networks, is presented and the experimental results show that the solution developed is able to achieve good QoS levels, offering sustained bandwidth levels and bounded delay.

Distributed admission control in 802.11e-based MANETs: From theory to practice

This paper presents a real implementation of DACME, a distributed admission control system for mobile ad-hoc networks, and test its effectiveness in an IEEE 802.11e enabled testbed, showing that the solution developed is able to achieve good QoS levels, offering sustained bandwidth and bounded delay.

Design and Implementation of ID Based MANET Autoconfiguration Protocol

An ID/Locator based architecture for MANETs which also solves auto-configuration requirements for MANets is proposed and an adaptation from available ID/ Locator split concepts for infrastructure oriented networks for usage in MANET context is proposed.

Design and Implementation of ID based MANET Auto-configuration Protocol

The proposed architecture is an adaptation from available ID/Locator split concepts for infrastructure oriented networks for usage in MANET context and uses identifiers for node ide nt fication, node discovery and traffic flow between end points.

Efficient real-time video delivery in vehicular networks

"[EN] Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANET) are a special type of networks where the nodes involved in the communication are vehicles. VANETs are created when several vehicles connect among themselves

Simplifying the in-vehicle connectivity for ITS applications

GRCBox is presented, an architecture that ex- tends the in-vehicle connectivity by providing inter and in- vehicular communication support by creating private vehicular networks and allows user devices’ applications to perform direct peer-to-peer communication.

An overview of DNS security in V2X networks

This article highlights changes in the communication model and identifies the most common types of security attacks on name services infrastructure, known from the Internet environment and applicable in the V2X network environment.

Delay Tolerant Networks for Efficient Information Harvesting and Distribution in Intelligent Transportation Systems

[EN] Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) can make transportation safer, more efficient, and more sustainable by applying various information and communication technologies. One of these

Generalized Two-Hop Relay for Flexible Delay Control in MANETs

A general group-based two-hop relay algorithm with packet redundancy with Markov chain-based theoretical framework that enables both the mean value and variance of packet delivery delay to be flexibly controlled in a large region.

References

SHOWING 1-8 OF 8 REFERENCES

PACMAN: passive autoconfiguration for mobile ad hoc networks

  • K. Weniger
  • Computer Science
    IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
  • 2005
Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) enable the communication between mobile nodes via multihop wireless routes without depending on a communication infrastructure. In contrast to infrastructure-based

Network Autoconfiguration for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

A system that autoconfigures both managed and unmanaged IP addresses, unicast and multicast routing protocols, and provide peer-to-peer service discovery is presented, which can operate without any centralized management.

IP address assignment in a mobile ad hoc network

This paper proposes a proactive scheme for dynamic allocation of IP addresses in MANETs and uses the concept of binary split and shows that the solution is scalable and does not have the limitations of earlier approaches.

Quadratic Residue Based Address Allocation for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

A new address allocation protocol in MANET based on the concept of quadratic residue is presented, which can be applied to large scale MANETs with low communication overhead, even distribution, and low latency.

An overhead reduction strategy for weak Duplicate Address Detection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

  • H. OkadaKazuki AkimaK. Mase
  • Computer Science, Business
    2009 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
  • 2009
The performance of the partial-key DAD is evaluated, and it is shown that it can reduce the control overhead although the resolution time of duplicated IP addresses increases slightly.

Zero configuration networking

The Routing Information Protocol [RIP] is extended to include a network-wide unique interface identifier [UID] that allows the zeroconfiguration multiple router [R1, R2] network to detect subnet

Name Directory Service in Mobile Ad - Hoc Network

  • 2003