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With the ongoing progress of telecommunication has increased the want of mobility, wireless or mobile networks and this desire has already swapped the wired networks. The upcoming networks has totally different infrastructure and has different protocols and devices. These networks are infrastructure less and no dedicated protocols or devices are required to deploy such networks. The theme of this paper is to evaluate the two secure routing protocols Ariadne and SAODV in the performance aspects instead of security aspects under random way point and Manhattan grid mobility models. We used and implement the extension of AODV that is secure ad-hoc on-demand distance vector routing protocol (SAODV) and the extension of DSR that is Ariadne in the network simulator 2 (NS-2). In this paper we compare these protocol on basis of following quality of service parameters like delay, jitter, routing overhead, route acquisition time, throughput, hop count, packet delivery ratio using Manhattan grid and random waypoint mobility models. Our main aim is to find out the payload a node has to pay to guarantee the good quality of service.