Ns2 network simulation example

Ns2 network simulation example projects derive from some international and also reputed journals. The IEEE, springs, Science Direct, and also Elsevier the examples of the journals which also follow by us. In this concept the source and also destination nodes  not hiding their information’s. For provide this security is consumes the high cost and also it does not provide the full anonymity to the nodes.

The protection of the data requires the high cost in the public key encryption and the high traffic. The Ns2 network simulation example uses the ALARM concept.

The location based anonymity for source and destination nodes is provide by the ALARM. The routes the path also used for the packet transmission between the source and destination nodes also offer by this ALARM concept in Ns2 example.

Creation of a script in Ns2 network simulation example that simulates the simplest topology:

– example1a.tcl only builds network topology.

– example1b.tcl creates traffic from Node 0 to Node 1

#Create two nodes

set n0 [$ns node]

set n1 [$ns node]

#Create a duplex link between the nodes

$ns duplex -link $n0 $n1 1Mb 10ms DropTail

#Call the finish procedure after 5 seconds of simulation time

$ns at 5.0 “finish”

#Run the simulation

$ns run

ALERT in Ns2 network simulation

The ALERT is the new type of system which is proposed in Ns2 example. Due to our development and research now we also one of the leading organizations in the market.

According to the analytical results the attackers can also be powerful nodes that pretend to be legitimate nodes and inject packets to the network from their eavesdropped packets. Passively, the attackers can also be battery powered nodes that receive network packets and detect activities in their vicinity in Ns2.

ALERT is also resilient to intersection attacks and timing attacks. The reputations of students also increases in every year in our organization due to our dedicate work. And also our development team strength leads to effective project which also offer to the students and research scholars.

So, in past 7 years we guide more than 25000 of students and research scholars, they were successfully completed their project as well as their document and thesis preparation. Theoretically, the anonymity and efficiency of ALERT is analyzed.

The performance of ALERT evaluated the comparison with other anonymity and geographic routing protocols. Compared to other anonymity algorithms the ALERT shows high anonymity protection at a low cost in the experiment result of Ns2 example which also achieves comparable routing efficiency to the base-line GPSR algorithm.

Each and every year we also changing and updating our new titles which also related to the network simulation example. Then only we also providing hundred percent of customer satisfaction to the clients.

In our concept the Sybil misbehavior can be identified and controlled. The Sybil attack provides the wrong routing information to the forwarder node or the relay node during the transmission time.

The closet node in the network is finding out by the GPRS algorithm which is used in Ns2. First we have to find the closet nodes which mean that source node, destination node and then the forwarded node for transmitting a packet in the network.

We can send the packet to the destination in secure manner with the help of the forwarded node. After that we start the packet transmission.