Introduction to paper presentation on Bandwidth Management Framework for IP Based Mobile Ad hoc Networks :

This paper presentation explains about the Bandwidth Management Framework system which is used for the IP which is based on the Mobile ad hoc Networks and its protocols. This application is called as the MANET called as the Mobile ad hoc networks. This system has the QoS networks that which have the models related to the quality and the quantity of the services of the Bandwidth Management system. Here in the MANETS there are wireless links which has the presence of the error in the mobile devices and also in the system computers. These make the QoS protocols like the RSVP protocols.

The MANET means the mobile ad hoc networks are more complicated then the wired communication system. This communication feature can also be extended including the extended framework and also the updating the local mechanism which are always used to view the issues of the problems which are related to the reservation of the resources by the inside mechanism of the allocated system. The concepts of the QoS are also included in detail in the modules of the mobile ad hoc networks.  Sometimes the QoS technologies also have a failure in the server systems which were specially developed to declare the path of the QoS bandwidth and wavelength in the mobile ad hoc networks.

The system concludes that there are total three complicated problem issues when the mobile ad hoc networks make use of the ASAP network protocol and they are flow restoration, reserve paths, and the last is the hard reservation messages.

So hereafter the system is referred as the solutions and the answers that are required to address the related problems and related issues. The local mechanism is grandly used here to resolve the problems and also to find out the proper solution for it. The reverse path problems are also used to control the loss and the performances of the ASAP system.

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