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Re: [RRG] Re: [RAM] Different approaches for different protocols
On 2007-12-22 08:22, Dino Farinacci wrote:
On 2007-12-21 19:46, Dino Farinacci wrote:
Sites *can* have multiple EID-prefixes in LISP, and they will occur
when small EID-prefix blocks are allocated because a site
under-estimated the number of systems it has to number.
LISP is in some sense a step backwards since it assumes that
sites won't be running multiple prefixes, so the only use
of multiple addresses will be link local v. ULA v. PI.
Right, but that doesn't necessarily imply that all hosts in the site
(or to be more precise, all interfaces) have multiple simultaneous
But that's because the netadmin didn't configure it that way. If they
did decide to a LISP-enabled site can support it.
So not sure what your point is.
Only to point out the obvious, I guess...
addresses. The basic IPv6 model does assume that if a site has
multiple prefixes, some or all interfaces will have multiple
addresses (and multiple AAAA records for the same FQDN).
Fine, but LISP makes no assumption about this. That is what I take issue
with in your statement.
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