Network Routing Projects

Network Routing Projects

Network Routing Projects prefers a path in which the network devices perform successful data transmission. Now that the data in the form of packets can be of any type of info that sends through a route. Hence the selection of a route is on the basis of a set of steps. We are here to give you full details of the Network Routing Projects. 

Why Network Routing?

   Let us start with network devices that can be of smartphones, sensors, and so on. In the long run, the coverage of each device is not the same. And hence it cannot transfer the data directly. So that, of course, it needs a route to transfer the data. Due to this, routing becomes an important process in far communication.     

Broad Categories of Network Routing

  • Proactive
    • Maintenance of a topology table 
    • Periodic updation of table 
    • For example, FSP, GSR, and others 
  • Reactive
    • Finds route on-demand
    • Sends requests and receives a response 
    • For example, TORA, DSR and so on 
  • Hybrid 
    • Combines proactive and reactive
    • For example, ZRP, OORP and many more 

   With this in mind, the process of routing performs in the following ways such as 1. Source to Destination, and 2. Source to the End server. In general, the routing protocol design can be static, dynamic, and default. To explain, in static, the path is fixed while in dynamic, the path is adaptive. At length, the network devices are dynamic in most cases, and hence adaptive will suit for such network. 

   It is not just like that we could design a network routing protocol. First of all, collect the routing objectives such as low delay, high QoS, and so on. Then, in view of the below measures, you can build a protocol.      

Detailed study of Network Routing Projects for engineering students

What needs more attention while designing a Routing protocol?

  • The route should not form a loop
  • It must not be too long in length as well in hop counts
  • Selecting intermediate nodes with high buffer capacity
  • Untrusted relay node will drop packets 

   In any case, the criteria to be a relay or forward can be as follows, transmission and hop count, the stability of link, relative velocity, trust, and others. To this point, an objective function can be defined by considering one or many metrics. 

   Then, as per the objective, the protocol design will incorporate for route selection. As you know, routing applies to many types of network with the use of some methods. Here are a few networks and their routing protocols. 

Protocols in Network Routing Projects 

  • Ad hoc Networks
  • Geographic segmented opportunistic 
  • Improved greedy forwarding strategy
  • Multimetric with probability routing 
  • Artificial Spider web-based routing 
  • On-demand routing with local flooding 
  • Hierarchical routing method
  • Wireless Sensor Networks 
  • Intelligent SARSA based routing 
  • Distributed graph method
  • WETRP and also CARMA
  • Zone probabilistic scheme 
  • E2MR and also K-CHRA
  • Rendezvous cost-based method  
  • Software Defined Networks
  • Delay aware of spatial and temporal 
  • PASR and also RO-RO method
  • GCLR
  • End to end fragment algorithm 
  • Fuzzy with Q-learning  

   In light of this, network routing can also make bio-inspired as well as nature-inspired algorithms. Especially, this gives an optimal selection of route from the computation of fitness value. Apart from this for a large scale network, the areas for PhD projects in routing are ML, RL, and also AI are in use for network routing.

   As a result, the designed routing protocol will test with its features and functions of the network. In order to view the goodness of the protocol design, it needs to validate the following parameters. 

Peculiar Parameters to Evaluate Routing 

  • End-to-End delay and Routing Overhead
  • Network Throughput and also Packet Delivery Ratio 
  • Packet loss rate and Channel utilization 
  • Probability of Successful Transmission 
  • Average Consumption of Power
  • And many more 

   The testing network simulators as Ns3, OMNeT++, and others are an aid to measure the above metrics and beyond. Until now, we have touched on 60 plus works in this field over a variety of networks. In short, we would tell that you can select a topic with or without our help. But still, it does not ease to work with practical design. So that we are here to help you from time to time, come with a fresh mind and go with full stuff.

  

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