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  • An evolutionary path for the evolved packet system 

    Portoles Comeras, Marc; Mangues Bafalluy, Josep; Krendzel, Andrey; Requena Esteso, Manuel; Cabellos Aparicio, Alberto (2015-07-01)
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    New architectural requirements appear with the evolution of mobile networks, such as the provisioning of multihoming or offloading. In general, this requires the design of ad hoc schemes on top of the EPS, which may be ...
  • LISP: a southbound SDN protocol? 

    Rodríguez Natal, Alberto; Portoles Comeras, Marc; Ermagan, Vina; Lewis, Darrel; Farinacci, Dino; Maino, Fabio; Cabellos Aparicio, Alberto (2015-07-01)
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    The Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) splits current IP addresses overlapping semantics of identity and location into two separate namespaces. Since its inception the protocol has gained considerable attention from ...
  • LISP-MN: mobile networking through LISP 

    Rodríguez Natal, Alberto; Lorand, Jakab; Portoles Comeras, Marc; Ermagan, Vina; Natarajan, Preethi; Maino, Fabio; Meyer, David; Cabellos Aparicio, Alberto (2013-05)
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    ThecurrentInternetarchitecturewasnotdesignedtoeasilyaccommodatemobil- ity because IP addresses are used both to identify and locate hosts. The Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP) decouples them by considering ...
  • Programmable overlays via OpenOverlayRouter 

    Rodríguez Natal, Alberto; Paillise, Jordi; Coras, Florin-Tudorel; López Brescó, Albert; Lorand, Jakab; Portoles Comeras, Marc; Natarajan, Preethi; Meyer, David; Farinacci, Dino; Maino, Fabio; Cabellos Aparicio, Alberto; Ermagan, Vina (2017-06-01)
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    Among the different options to instantiate overlays, the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) [7] has gained significant traction among industry and academia [5], [6], [8]–[11], [14], [15]. Interestingly, LISP offers a ...