Re: [lisp] NAT status of beta network and LISPmob

Lori Jakab <lori@lispmob.org> Sat, 24 May 2014 10:22 UTC

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On May 24, 2014, at 10:56 AM, Rene Bartsch <ietf@bartschnet.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> last year there were intentions to upgrade all proxy tunnel routers to NAT capability at the beginning of this year.

Actually, it’s the Map-Servers that need to be upgraded, and RTRs added.  However, the IOS NAT implementation hasn’t received enough testing and validation yet to be considered ready for wide deployment.  We do have some NAT infrastructure in place on the Beta network, so if you’re ok with receiving best effort support if you run into issues, please contact lisp-support@cisco.com to get you hooked up.

> There's also a version 0.4 of LISPmob, meanwhile.

Yes, that version does support NAT traversal, and some users are running it successfully on the Beta network.

> 
> Ist it possible to use router mode with multiple EIDs/EID-prefixes (e.g. IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time) with LISPmob and beta network, now?

I’m not sure about that, please ask on the users@lispmob.org mailing list.

Best regards,
-Lori