Detection Of Cooperative Black Hole Attack In Mobile Ad Hoc Network (Manet) For Next Generation Network (Ipv6) Routing Protocol

  • Mr. Ganesh D. Dangat, Dr.S. Murugan


In some settings, mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) can be set up quickly and without much effort. Routing with sufficient powerful performance is one of the main issues in installing MANET, which is characterised by a dynamic change in topology. In cooperative black hole attacks, each node falsely claims to control a dependable path between the starting point and the final resting place. The proposed unique solution takes into consideration the IPV6, IEEE 802.11e protocol, and aims for findings connected to the exchange of MANETs-Reactive routing protocols. The enriched routing protocol has a positive impact on performance and efficiency, resulting in significant enhancements to the protocol's features. Proactive routing protocols such as Asymmetric Outer-Distance Vector (AODV), Distance-Sequential Vector (DSDV), and Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector (DSDV) were tested in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks and compared using the cooperative black hole attack with respect to a variety of performance indicators (RO). The outcome demonstrates the effectiveness of the novel strategy as a whole, with throughput increasing and end-to-end latency decreasing.