Re: [lisp] WG Charter

Benson Schliesser <bensons@queuefull.net> Wed, 01 July 2015 20:43 UTC

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Subject: Re: [lisp] WG Charter
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Fabio Maino wrote:
> I agree, the new charter should help the WG focusing on LISP
> applications. As you note there have been quite a few proposals, but I
> think they can be summarized in a few areas (and relative use cases):
> - LISP VPN (including integration with IPsec)
> - NVO3 use case for DC virtualization (including support for VM mobility)
> - SDN/NFV (including support for service chaining)
> - IoT (LISP as connecting infrastructure for IoT applications)
> - Mobile Node (LISP-MN mobility)
>
> I think the first 3 areas may drive an important change that, in my
> opinion, the WG should consider to include in the charter: how to
> support a multi-protocol encapsulation that allows integration with
> IPsec, support for L2 overlays, and support for explicit tagging and
> end-to-end metadata.

Speaking only for myself as an individual:

+1 to Fabio's comment quoted above. This work would be complimentary to 
the work of several other WGs. And it's obvious to me that these 
applications of LISP technology are valuable for IETF to explore.

-Benson