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In this paper, we study the problem of existing mobile Ad hoc network routing protocols for next generation high speed networks. It is the case when the speed of mobile nodes is getting higher i.e, high mobility environment (HME). It is well known fact that Ad Hoc network is one of the strongest member network in next generation integrated network most of existing routing protocols are designed to support relatively low mobility nodes. When the speed of mobile nodes increases, however, the more erroneous updates of routing paths occur resulting in performance degradation on route connectivity. In the high speed network, the routing tables are not stable and their information could be false. In order to cope with high mobility, we propose a solution promoting the AODV routing scheme. The modification is named 'Time Of Visit (TOV).' This policy may inspire the nodes to get latest routing information, supports real time routing table updating, avoid loop formation, increase throughput and decreases packet delay.