Ad hoc mobile wireless networks - principles, protocols and by S. Sarkar, et al.
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To avoid routing loops, a destination sequence number is used. A node increments its sequence number whenever a change occurs in its neighborhood. The OLSR protocol is an optimization for MANET of legacy link-state protocols. The key point of the optimization is the MultiPoint Relay (MPR). By flooding a message to its MPRs, a node is guaranteed that the message, when retransmitted by the MPRs, will be received by all its two-hop neighbors. TBRPF is a link-state routing protocol that employs a different overhead reduction technique.
5 Authentication Registration requests contain parameters and flags that characterize the tunnel through which the home agent will deliver packets to the care-of address. Tunnels can be constructed in various ways. When a home agent accepts the request, it begins to associate the home address of the mobile node with the care-of address, and maintains this association until the registration lifetime expires. The triplet that contains the home address, care-of address, and registration lifetime is called a “binding” for the mobile node.
Eight devices can communicate with each other in a piconet. At one time, ten of these piconets can coexist in the same coverage range of the Bluetooth radio. A Bluetooth device can act as both a client and a server. A connection must be established to exchange data between any two Bluetooth devices. To establish a connection, a device must request a connection with the other device. Bluetooth was based on the idea of advancing wireless interactions with various electronic devices. Devices like mobile phones, personal digital assistants, and laptops with the right chips could all communicate wirelessly with each other.