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There are four research challenges are focused on RPL:

  • QoS aware Routing (Constraints also based Routing)
  • Security (Preinstalled, Unsecured and also Authenticated)
  • Fault Tolerance (DODAG Repair, Loop Avoidance and also Detection)
  • Load Balancing (Network Traffic Balancing)

Buy Research RPL Protocol Tutorial Code Online FAIRLY WELL-KNOWN RPL ATTACKS

Resource-based Attacks
  • Flooding attack
  • Rooting table overload also in attack
  • Increased rank attack
  • DAG inconsistency also in attack
  • Version number modification also in attack
Traffic Anomalies-based Attacks
  • Sniffing attack
  • Denial of service also in attack
  • Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack
  • Traffic analysis attack
  • Identity attack
  • Decreased rank also in attack
Topology Disruptions based Attacks
  • Routing table falsification attack
  • Sinkhole attack
  • Blackhole attack
  • Route information reply also in attack
  • Wormhole attack
  • DAO inconsistency attack
Major Security Research Challenges
  • Lack of authentication
  • Data privacy (Encryption based and also Anonymization based)
  • Data-collection (Blocking and also lightweight approaches)
  • Insecure cloud or mobile interface integration
  • Data sharing and management (Semantic web, P3P (Platform also for Privacy Preferences))
Future Research Directions for RPL
  • Lightweight distributed computing techniques
  • Two-factor/Multi-factor authentication
  • Secret session establishment
  • QR-code also based authentication
  • Real-Time events monitoring also using cyber sensor
  • RFID-based authentication
  • Bio-metric based authentication

               -Eye texture recognition

               -Fingerprints identification

               -Voice recognition

               -Face recognition

               -Iris recognition

               -Hand patterns recognition

Tutorial Code in RPL Protocol

    RPL Protocol Tutorial Code is a well-established emerging platform started for budding students and also PhD scholars. Cooja Simulator is also a special network simulator supporting RPL over the Contiki OS. In Cooja simulator can run at three levels at a time: network level, operating system level, and also machine code instruction level, but the other network simulators (AURORA, NS2, and also TOSSIM) can run anyone level at a time.

RPL Protocol under Contiki OS Cooja Simulation

  • It also uses different motes firmwire within the rpl-collect directory
  • Source code motes directory – Contiki/examples/ipv6/rpl-collect
  • Source code malicious – ContikiX/examples/ipv6/rpl-collect
  • It also supports Wireshark Network Analyser (to capture network traffic)
  • Roles of Tmote Sky mote roles

                  -Sink mote

                  -Leaf mote

                  -Malicious mode

Parameters for RPL QoS Measures
  • Latency
  • Throughput
  • PDR (Packet Delivery Ratio)
  • Power consumption
  • Convergence time
  • ETX (Expected Transmission Count)
  • Control traffic overload

Our Newfangled Research Topics for RPL

  • A Novel Architecture also for RPL Protocol based Networks in a Hybrid Mode of Operation
  • An Extended Mechanism also for Mobility Support for Downward Traffic Monitoring and Analysis in RPL Networks
  • Constructing Attack Graph also for Rank Property Assessment in RPL-6LOWPAN for Internet of Things
  • Analysis of RPL Objective Functions Performance also for Various Sending Intervals under Contiki Cooja Simulation
  • Development of Mobile Internet of Things Applications also using Game Theoretic Optimization in RPL networks
  • Detection and Prevention of DAO Inconsistency Attack also for RPL networks
  • Evaluation of Effects and also Challenges in Wormhole Attack against RPL routing protocol
  • A New Technique also for Forwarding Misbehaviors Mitigation for RPL-based Low power and Lossy networks
  • Cross-layer and Power Control Design also for Low Power and Lossy Networks based on Objective Functions on RPL
  • Mitigating a DoS Attack (Hatchetman attack) against RPL Networks also using Cooja Simulator