Efficient Path Selection and Data Transmission Using Queue in Open Shortest Path First

J. Kavitha, S. Palaniammal;


In network, information apportioning occurs between one communication points to another using TCP protocol. The collected data are shared among many users via Single Router or Access Point (AP). During routing, traffic is occurred in the network and that is known as Random Early Detection (RED). In order to overcome this, an alternative path must be preferred by using Alternative Path Selection method which utilizes the Queue Process (FIFO). In case the queue is full, it chooses an alternative queue by using channel sensing mode of path selection. Here, we use OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) which selects the shortest path in short period of time and also it delivers the data to the particular destination. However, delay is reduced in OSPF. Hence, efficiency and overall network lifetime is increased. Finally, the network performance is evaluated.


TCP; RED; FIFO; Channel Sensing; OSPF

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