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The usage of wireless technologies are increasing and it influences in the development of new theories and structures for the communications. One of these new technologies is the mobile networks. The routing is an essential part in the success of the communication in these structures. This work presents an evaluation of two routing protocols for MANETs in a scenario with high mobility: OLSR (optimized link state routing protocol) and the DYMO (dynamic MANET On-demand routing protocol). Variations in the environment are presented as well as the respective behavior of the protocols under these variations. The results of this work are organized in metrics which enabled the conclusions about the protocols performance.