Jamming point to point transmissions in a wireless mesh can have debilitating effects on data transport through the network. At the physical layer the impact of jamming resonates through the protocol stack, providing an effectual denial of service (DoS) attack on end to end data communication. The simplest techniques to protect a network against jamming attacks embrace physical layer solutions such as spread spectrum or beamforming, forcing the jammers to disburse a greater resource to reach the same objective. Nevertheless, recent work has demonstrated that intellectual jammers can integrate cross layer protocol information into jamming attacks, tumbling resource disbursement by numerous orders of enormity by targeting certain link layer and MAC implementations as well as link layer error revealing and correction protocols. Hence, more sophisticated anti jamming methods and defensive measures must be incorporated into higher layer protocols, for example channel surfing or routing around jamme regions of the network.