Luigi.Iannone at uclouvain.be
Sun Jul 20 18:45:53 UTC 2008
Le 20-juil.-08 à 20:33, Julian Elischer a écrit :
> Luigi Iannone wrote:
>> Hello FreeBSD Networking Community,
> hello to you too :-)
>> The latter approach is the solution chosen by the proponents of
>> the Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP). LISP is a
>> router-based solution to solve the scaling problems of the
>> Internet architecture that is currently being developed by Cisco.
> Couldn't possibly come up with a better acronym? "lisp" is kinda
> are there any documents with PICTURES you can recommend to us?
Well, the official document can be found here:
If you want some _pictures_ you can get a look here:
> Does this connect at all with SCTP's capacity to multihome?
Not really. As far as I know SCTP is an end-to-end solution, where
end-to-end stand for end-hosts.
LISP is meant to be deployed mainly on border routers of stub domains.
> jelische at cisco.com
luigi.iannone at uclouvain.be
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