LISP-Click: A Click implementation of the Locator/ID Separation Protocol
Sat, 10/31/2009 - 07:22 by Damien Saucez
LISP, the Locator/ID Separation Protocol, proposed by Cisco is an incremental, network-based protocol implementing the separation of the Internet addresses into identifiers and locators spaces. This separation aims at solving some scalability issues the current Internet Architecture is facing. LISP is currently under development within Cisco and our Click implantation can be seen as a laboratory for testing potential new features in the protocol.
- Damien Saucez and Van Nam Nguyen
- 1st Symposium on Click Modular Router, November 2009.
- Click LISP implementation
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