Secure and Energy Efficient Routing Protocols for MANET using BAT Optimization
Recent advances in mobile ad-hoc mobile dynamics improve network speed and stability. The nodes in the ad-hoc hierarchical network move in nature. Due to increased network subscribers, network traffic has grown to a higher level which, in turn, preserves the energy. The route optimization method in the mobile ad hoc network uses more resources and efficiency and connectivity depends on the drainage of electricity. In addition, the network is often affected by dangerous attacks, such as denial of service, black hole attack. This paper focuses primarily on preventing these attacks by using the complex ad hoc mobile network to improve demand protocol and BAT and on reducing the rate of energy drainage. The velocity and fitness value of the nodes are calculated for this. The empirical simulation findings of the Bat BAT algorithm indicate that the transmission is energy efficient and secure. The efficiency metrics of overhead and execution time were decreased and BAT optimization
in a complex mobile ad hoc network scenario improved steadily as a result.