Abstract: Mobile Ad-hoc network system (MANET) is a self ruling arrangement of versatile hubs associated by remote connections. Every hub works as an end framework, as well as a switch to forward bundles. The hubs are allowed to move about and compose themselves into a system. These hubs change position much of the time. The primary classes of routing protocol are Proactive, Reactive and Hybrid. A Reactive (on-demand) routing methodology is a prevalent directing classification for remote specially appointed routing. It is a moderately new routing logic that gives an adaptable answer for generally extensive system topologies [1]. The outline takes after the thought that every hub tries to lessen sending so as to steer overhead directing bundles at whatever point a correspondence is asked. In this paper an endeavour has been made to analyze the execution of two conspicuous on demand responsive routing protocol for MANETs: Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV) conventions. AODV is responsive entryway disclosure calculations where a cell phone of MANET associates by passage just when it is required [1]. According to our discoveries the distinctions in the routing mechanics lead to noteworthy execution differentials for both of these conventions. The execution differentials are broke down utilizing changing re-enactment time. These reproductions are did utilizing the ns-2 system test system. The outcomes displayed in this work represent the significance in precisely assessing and executing routing protocol in a specially appointed environment.

Keywords: Ad-hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV), Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET), NS-2 Simulation Tool, Routing Protocol.