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[RRG] LISP and IP Interworking
The LISP team has been thinking about some of the ways IP and LISP can
work together. We've written a document that talks about some
approaches to this. It can be found at:
The abstract is below:
This document describes various methods for interworking between the
Internet and an Internet in which Endpoint Identifiers are separated
from to Routing Locators using the Locator/ID Separation Protocol
(LISP). Existing Internet hosts that do not participate in the LISP
system must still be able to reach sites numbered from this EID
prefixes. This new draft describes mechanisms which might be used to
provide reachability between these types of sites. A new network
element, the Proxy Tunnel Router may also be deployed to act as a
transitional LISP Ingress Tunnel Router for a subnetwork which does
not implement LISP but which requires communication to devices that
are addressed from LISP prefixes.
We're going to present an overview of this draft during the LISP
portion of the RRG meeting in Vancouver. Comments welcome!
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