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Alka Chauhan*


This paper presents Secure Routing Protocol (SRP), a new Routing strategy designed to improve load balancing and scalability in mobile ad hoc networks. SRP is a hop-by-hop routing protocol, which introduces flow-aware route discovery strategy to reduce the number of control overheads propagating through the network and distributes the flow of data through leastcon-gestednodes to balance the network traffic. SRP was implemented in Glomosim and compared with AODV. To investigate the load distribution capability of FARP new performance metrics were introduced to measure the data packet flow distribution capability of the each routing protocol. The simulation results obtained illustrate that SRP achieves high levels of through - put, reduces the level of control overheads during route discovery and distributes the network load more evenly between nodes when compared to AODV. This paper also describes a number of Alter -native strategies and Improvements for the SRP.

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