Naming and Address Resolution in Heterogeneous Mobile Ad hoc Networks
This doctoral thesis deals with naming and address resolution in heterogeneous networks to be used in disaster scenarios. Such events could damage the communication infrastructure in parts or completely. To reestablish communication, Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) could be used where central entities have to be eliminated broadly. The main focus of the thesis lies on two things: an addressing scheme that helps to find nodes, even if they frequently change the subnet and the local addressing, by introducing an identifying name layer; and a MANET-adapted substitution of the Domain Name System (DNS) in order to resolve node identities to changing local addresses. We present our solution to provide decentralized name resolution based on different underlying routing protocols embedded into an adaptive routing framework. Furthermore, we show how this system works in cascaded networks and how to extend the basic approach to realize location-aware service discovery.
Auch im Buchhandel erhältlich: Naming and Address Resolution in Heterogeneous Mobile Ad hoc Networks / Sebastian Schellenberg Ilmenau : Univ.-Verl. Ilmenau, 2016. - xvi, 177 Seiten ISBN 978-3-86360-129-4 Preis (Druckausgabe): 17,60 €