Darrel Lewis (darlewis)
darlewis at cisco.com
Wed Jul 10 01:57:21 UTC 2013
On Jun 28, 2013, at 7:12 PM, Octavio Alvarez <alvarezp at alvarezp.ods.org> wrote:
>> Lisp is actually very much about multihoming... In fact that was one of the key reasons it got started. It actually could make >multihoming and mobility very much simpler at the applications if it were used.
> Yeah, but LISP is as [in]accessible to end-users as BGP is and it will
> be like that forever. It requires ISPs to opt-in to provide this. LISP
> is not a universal option.
> LISP matters to the Internet core, it doesn't matter to the whole Internet.
> It is just not universal.
LISP does not require your physical ISP to support LISP in order to receive service. It is available in open source as well as low end CPE routers, in addition to larger, more expensive (and capable) routers sold by various vendors.
I don't know what you mean by universal, so I can't really respond to that. However, if you'd like a list of LISP service providers to provide you the benefits of multi-homing in a non BGP environment, or to deliver IPv6 packets over an IPv4 intent connection, please contact me off line.
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