An Approach to a Fault Tolerance LISP Architecture
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Next Generation Internet points out the challenge of addressing "things" on both a network with (wired) and without (wireless) infrastructure. In this scenario, new efficient and scalable addressing and routing schemes must be sought, since currently proposed solutions can hardly manage current scalability issues on the current global Internet routing table due to for example multihoming practices. One of the most relevant proposals for an addressing scheme is the Locator Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP) that focuses its key advantage on the fact that it does not follow a disruptive approach. Nevertheless, LISP has some drawbacks especially in terms of reachability in the border routers. In face of this, in this paper we propose a protocol so-called LISP Redundancy Protocol (LRP), which provides an interesting approach for managing the reachability and reliability issues common on a LISP architecture, such as those motivated by an inter-domain link failure.
CitationMartínez, A. [et al.]. An Approach to a Fault Tolerance LISP Architecture. A: International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications. "9th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications - WWIC 2011". Vilanova i la Geltrú: Springer Verlag, 2011.