Developing an Efficient Mechanism of Quality of Service on WINS Node

Vishal Singh, Ashish Kumar

Abstract


On wireless computer networks, ad-hoc mode is a method for wireless devices to directly communicate with each other. To set up an ad-hoc wireless network, each wireless adapter must be configured for ad-hoc mode versus the alternative infrastructure mode. An ad-hoc network tends to feature a small group of devices all in very close proximity to each other. Performance suffers as the number of devices grows, and a large ad-hoc network quickly becomes difficult to manage. Ad-hoc networks cannot bridge to wired LANS or to the Internet without installing a special-purpose gateway. Apply some modifications on parameters of existing protocols as well as analysis on these parameters by which can improve Quality of Service.


Keywords: WINS, AODV, IP Header, DSCP, ECN, Trace graph, NS2, OMNET++


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v6i1.2376

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