Abstract: Mobile Ad-hoc system framework (MANET) is a self decision plan of flexible centers related by remote associations. Each center point acts as an end system and in addition a change to forward packs. The centers are permitted to move about and create themselves into a framework. These center points change position a significant part of the time. The essential classes of routing protocol are Proactive, Reactive and Hybrid. A Reactive (on-interest) routing strategy is a predominant coordinating grouping for remote uncommonly selected directing. It is a decently new directing rationale that gives a versatile response for the most part broad framework topologies . The framework takes after the prospect that each center tries to decrease sending in order to guide overhead coordinating packs at whatever point a correspondence is inquired. 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) and Dynamic source routing protocol (DSR). Here we are analysing and comparing AODV and DSR protocol in TCP and UDP environment by varying number of nodes. we will analyse the Throughput, End-To-End Delay and Packet delivery ratio. We will analyse the result for both the protocols and compare them which protocol best suit in which environment.
Keywords: MANET, NS-2 Simulation tool, Routing, AODV, DSR, TCP, UDP.