Abbreviated dynamic souce ruoting: source routing with not-unique network identifiers
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Datos de la obra
II Annual Coference on Wireless On demand Network Systems and Services, Enero, 2005, St. Moritz, Suiza
Current ad-hoc network protocols are designed for host similar to those used in fixed networks. Those protocols are not adequate for some applications of ad-hoc networks, where used resources are very scarce. One example is the size of the network addresses, which may be a critical issue, specially whit the use of IPv6 in DRS. This is due to the fact that this protocol uses souece ruoting, so each datagram must carry the sddresses of all the machines in its path. In this paper a new protocol named ADSR is proposed the solve this problem. This new protocol is a modified version of DSR based on using abbreviated addresses. The abreviation procedure can lead to two different nodes having the same address, what we will named "collision"