A Survey On Symmetric Key Protocol For Spontaneous Wireless Ad Hoc Network Creation
Priyanka M. Nandagawli, A.R.Tayal, Anil Jaiswal
Abstract: In this paper present a symmetric key protocol for spontaneous wireless ad hoc network creation which uses a hybrid symmetric scheme. In our proposal is a complete independent self configured network creation there is no need any fixed infrastructure as well as no need any central administrator to handle the services and share the secure data and no need any external support for handling the functionalities of the network. A spontaneous ad hoc network is complete self configured secure protocol which is able to create the independent network and share the secure services without any setup and offer the new services among users are present in the secure environment. This protocol contains all function required to operate without any external support. Design of a protocol make available the creation and management of a spontaneous wireless ad hoc network.
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