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To resolve the aforementioned limitations such as use of global scope information and the hidden primary user problem, we suggest a novel routing protocol including a cooperation process to protect PU efficiently.
The packet delivery ratio of OLSR protocol seems to be elevated than the corresponding DSDV routing protocol at every data point with the increasing number of nodes.
The Zone Routing Protocol is based on the concept of zones.
Based on the DSDV protocol the Ad-hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol that is a table driven routing protocol, however compare to DSR it keeps the next hop information by every hop of a route [8].
A New Advanced Energy Efficient Routing Protocol (AEEDBR).
4 Static Node Assisted Adaptive Routing Protocol In Vehicular Networks (SADV)
AODV is essentially a comprehensive routing protocol of DSR and DSDV.
2007) is a simple and efficient routing protocol designed specifically for use in multi-hop wireless ad hoc networks of mobile nodes.
In this sub-section, we will discuss one such multicast routing protocol called the Associativity-Based Ad hoc Multicast (ABAM) routing protocol [28] which along with its unicast version (Associativity-Based Routing, ABR [29]) have been quite popular and well-studied in the MANET literature for stability-based routing.
If we try to use client-server model in routing protocol, we get similar situation like the one we have on broadcast multi-access segment in OSPF with DR (Designated Router) model, where one DR updates all the other non-DR routers, and non-DR routers update only DR routers.
The Ad Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector routing protocol (AODV) is an improvement of the Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing protocol (DSDV).
Data Connection said its portable IP routing protocol stacks enable the entire firewall family from Palo Alto Networks to participate in layer 3 routing networks as they enable enterprises to see and control applications, users and content.

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