Congestion Control for Named Data Networking-Based Wireless Ad Hoc Network

Published on Jan 1, 2020
· DOI :10.1007/978-981-15-3369-3_10
Farkhana Muchtar3
Estimated H-index: 3
(UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia),
Mosleh Hamoud Al-Adhaileh2
Estimated H-index: 2
(King Faisal University)
+ 3 AuthorsDeris Stiawan1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Sriwijaya University)
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Abstract
There is lack of complete congestion control solution that is optimized or practical with the Named Data Networking (NDN)-based MANET environment. All the existing suggested solutions are either for general NDN which is not optimized for MANET environment or congestion control solution for incomplete NDN-based MANET. Therefore, we recommend a complete congestion control solution specifically for NDN-based MANET which we call Standbyme Congestion Control or simply called Standbyme. Standbyme design optimized for NDN-based MANET needs in reducing network congestion’s bad effect such as goodput reduction, increment of number of packet loss or increment of delay in NDN-based MANET. Through the testbed experiment, we did by comparing Standbyme with other congestion control methods we selected for comparison, i.e., a practical congestion control for NDN (PCON) congestion control and best effort link reliability protocol (BELRP) congestion control, indicating Standbyme was able to drastically reduce network congestion in NDN-based MANET. Without sacrificing the performance of NDN-based MANET, Standbyme has also reduced bad effect of network congestion through better approach of congestion prevention and reduction in MANET environment.
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