Luigi.Iannone at uclouvain.be
Sun Jul 20 19:58:00 UTC 2008
Le 20-juil.-08 à 21:49, Julian Elischer a écrit :
> Luigi Iannone wrote:
>>> A word about the implementation. The interception mechanism for
>>> LISP tunneled packets in ip_input/forward is *horrible*! Some of
>>> that is due to the design, but I believe it can be implemented
>>> much cleaner if you were to use the pfil(9) API. I'd really like
>>> to avoid putting this kind of stuff into the main ip code as it
>>> hurts readability a lot.
>> Thanks for the hint I'll get a look at that.
> my head hurts after reading that :-)
> I think I only 'got' half of it..
> I'll read it again later..
> The aim of this is to reduce routing table size and allow multihoming
You got it.
> with the destination being able to suggest to a remote sight how to
> route back to it right?
or at least suggest where to go through ...
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