Pruning Nodes based Stable and Efficient Multicast Routing Protocol in Manet

Joshua Reginald Pullagura and Dr.D. Venkata Rao

Multicast routing is the process of forwarding data packets to the multiple destinations through multi route paths. Secure and reliable multicast routing is a challenging task which needs to be done with proper management of nodes energy. This paper proposes pruning nodes based stable and efficient multicast routing protocol (PN-SEMRP) for Mobile Adhoc Networks. In this work, multicast routing is guaranteed by establishing the multiple route paths to the multiple destinations with the concern of energy. Initially clustering of nodes is done to ensure the organized data transmission. The cluster head is selected by using modified firefly algorithm. Multipath route computation is done with the guaranteed QoS parameters like increased energy and bandwidth to reach the destination nodes. Reliability pair factor is computed between the neighbouring nodes involved in the multiple paths and pruning of neighbour nodes that have reliability pair factor lesser than a threshold is done by using Cuckoo based optimized multilayer feed forward neural network. Finally unique key based secret key establishment Method (UKSKEM) is introduced for the secured data transmission and authentication. The implementation of the work carried in NS2 simulation environment from which it is proved that the proposed routing technique tends to provide better results than existing techniques under Sybil and Black hole attacks.

Volume 11 | Issue 12

Pages: 201-209

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11I12/20193378