Locator/ID Separation Protocol in Linux

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Locator/ID Separation Protocol implementation in Linux and Open vSwitch.


LISP is a network technology that decouples the location of an IP address from the interface itself, meaning the routing of packets becomes independent of the address to which you send them.

This gives benefits in multihoming, mobility and traffic engineering across both wide area and datacentre networks.



networking, Open vSwitch, network virtualization, nfv, lisp


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