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000140362 245__ $$aMore on Castor: the Scalable Secure Routing for Ad-hoc Networks
000140362 269__ $$a2009
000140362 260__ $$c2009
000140362 336__ $$aReports
000140362 520__ $$aWireless ad hoc networks are inherently vulnerable, as any  node can disrupt the communication of potentially any other  node in the network. Many solutions to this problem  have  been proposed. In this paper, we take a fresh and   comprehensive approach, simultaneously addressing three  aspects: security, scalability and adaptability to changing  network  conditions. Our communication protocol, Castor,  occupies a unique point in  the design space: it does not  use any control messages except  simple packet  acknowledgments, and each node makes routing  decisions  locally and independently of other nodes without exchanging  routing state with them. This novel design makes Castor   resilient to a wide range of attacks and allows it to scale  to large  network sizes and to remain efficient under high  mobility. We  compare Castor against four representative  protocols from the  literature. Our protocol achieves up to  two times higher packet delivery rates, particularly in  large and highly volatile networks,  incurs no or only  limited additional overhead and it is able to  survive more  severe attacks and recovers from them faster.
000140362 700__ $$0242023$$aGaluba, Wojciech$$g168204
000140362 700__ $$0242753$$aPapadimitratos, Panos$$g171990
000140362 700__ $$0242756$$aPoturalski, Marcin$$g171468
000140362 700__ $$0240941$$aAberer, Karl$$g134136
000140362 700__ $$0241115$$aDespotovic, Zoran$$g131924
000140362 700__ $$aKellerer, Wolfgang
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000140362 937__ $$aLSIR-REPORT-2009-002
000140362 973__ $$aEPFL$$sPUBLISHED
000140362 980__ $$aREPORT