In our area of
, the expansion of wireless networks is dazzling and mobility has become a major issue exacerbated by the significant increase in the number of mobile users. A node operating in a
basic mobile network
behaves the same way a blind person moving in our universe by developing his own representation with his stick, a mechanism known in the literature as
. To reduce this blindness, several methods have been developed that are based on community behavior. One of the facets of the use of community behavior is the integration of the faculty of “perception” of groups in social communities at the heart of a routing protocol for mobile networks.
We propose a routing protocol based on the original
Optimized Link State Routing
) to which we add the component of social perception of groupings of individuals. We attache our proposal to tests in simulated environment which shows that indeed the stability of wireless network is more sustainable when the perception exists that in its absence.