[lisp] Operational experience on LISP+VXLAN deployments in enterprise networks

Jordi Paillissé <jordip@ac.upc.edu> Tue, 03 November 2020 21:29 UTC

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Subject: [lisp] Operational experience on LISP+VXLAN deployments in enterprise networks
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Hi,

We recently published an article describing a Software-Defined solution 
for enterprise networks (based on LISP and VxLAN) on which we include 
collected data from several real-world deployments. The design is based 
on SDN principles, uses LISP as a control plane, and a VxLAN overlay as 
a data plane. The paper highlight is the reduction in data plane state 
and mobility signaling thanks to LISP's on-demand nature.

Given that we believe this is the first academic paper that presents 
operational experience on such LISP+VxLAN enterprise deployment, we 
thought some of the WGs on CC might find it interesting.

The paper can be found at: https://arxiv.org/abs/2010.15236

Thanks,

Jordi