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Old 05-18-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
ranga89
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Angry Efficient/lightweght authentication mechanism for Mobile ad-hoc networks


Hi my friends...

*I am going to develop a efficient authentication mechanism to Mobile ad hoc networks(Androids),

*so befoue doing that i am going to implement it ns ns2 simulation environment.

*But if i have a code for such code for modification i think it would be help me a lot.

(A code based on enhanced AODV/OLSR authentication mechanism or
lightweight authentication mechanism for MANETS or
)


Thank you,
Think u all going to help me on this,


*I have read a lot on this topic,but i am not good in ns2 programming,if you can provide a code i can enhanced it.
 
  


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