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Old 06-27-2012, 07:20 AM   #1
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Implementing black hole node in NS-2.35

Hello,I am having my dissertation on Black hole attack in DSR protocol in MANET. I am working on NS-2.35.
I have coding for implementing black hole in AODV protocol.
But i want to work on DSR protocol.I want to know that what changes should be done in DSR source code to make it behave as BlackholeDSR.
Also i want to know that, are the changes to be done in AODV and DSR same for implementing black hole node.
If no then can you please provide me the code for implementing black hole node in NS-2.35

Thank you



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