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.A typical configuration of a communication network is illustrated in FIG. 1. As illustrated in FIG. 1, a communication network 10 includes a plurality of nodes 12 that forward communication data to other nodes 12. The network 10 is wired or wireless. Communication devices 14 are connected to the nodes 12. A communication network 10 may be wired and include nodes 12 that may transmit communications on communication paths 16 to one another. In an illustrative example, the nodes 12 may be routers connected to a local network (e.g., a local area network or wide area network).
In another example, as illustrated in FIG. 1, the communication network 10 may be wireless and include nodes 12 that transmit communications on communication paths 18 to one another. In yet another example, some nodes 12 may transmit communications on communication paths 16 directly to other nodes 12. In such an example, the communication network 10 has an ad-hoc topology. As used herein, an ad-hoc network is a communication network that includes no infrastructure.
The number of nodes 12 on the network 10 is often highly variable, particularly in an ad-hoc network. As the number of nodes 12 increases, the chance of discovering a new link 16 between two nodes 12 and bringing it into the existing network also increases. In an ad-hoc network, nodes 12 are free to associate with other nodes 12. However, the time it takes to discover a new link and bring that link into the network can cause a problem. When a new node 12 is added to the network 10, that new node 12 may have to scan the network 10 to discover if there are any open communication paths 16 through the network 10.
The amount of time for a node 12 to scan the network 10 to discover any communications paths 16 through the network 10 may be on the order of 10,000 to 50,000 times slower than the speed at which the node 12 can transmit data over the communication paths 16 in the network 10. For example, a wireless node 12 may be designed to transmit at a speed of 100 Mbytes/second. It may take 10,000 to 50,000 times that much time for the node 12 to transmit a packet across the network 10 to find a new communication path 16 through the network 10.
One approach to reducing the time the new node 12 scans the network 10 is to limit the topology of the network 10 to include only those nodes 12