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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Tutorial: Introduction to LISP
Meeting: NANOG45
Date / Time: 2009-01-25 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: La Fiesta Theater
Presenters: Speakers:

David Meyer, Cisco Systems/University of Oregon

David Meyer is currently a Director in the Advanced Research and Technologies Group at Cisco Systems, where he works on future directions for Internet technologies. He has been a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) of the the IETF (www.ietf.org), and has chaired (or co-chaired) the SPEERMINT, MBONED, MSDP, and DNSOP working groups. He is also a member of several IETF directorates and IRTF research groups. He is also active in the operator community, and was a long standing member of the NANOG program committee. He is also active in other standards organizations such as ANSI T1X1.<BR> <BR> Prior to joining Cisco, he served as Senior Scientist, Chief Technologist and Director of IP Technology Development at Sprint. He is also Director of the Advanced Network Technology Center at the University of Oregon. Prior to working at Sprint, he worked at Cisco, where he was involved in software development, working both on multicast and BGP.

Dino Farinacci, Cisco Systems

Dino has built routers for 26 years. He currently is foucsed on building a next generation Data Center platform. His expertise specializes in routing protocols where he has intimate knowledge and implementation experience with IS-IS, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IGMP, PIM, and MSDP, as well as IPv6 and MPLS protocols. He is an advocate for modular operating systems. Dino also has been a member of the IETF for 19 years making many contributions over this period of time. Dino has worked for cisco since early 1991 but was away for 5 years at Procket Networks where he help build the highest speed and most dense router (still to date) in a half rack chassis which ran a fully modular operating system. He has been back at cisco for 3 years where he is currently working on new multicast routing technology such as Multicast Fast-Reroute, AMT, Multicast Virtualization, and layer-2 data-center multicast. Dino is not just a multicast bigot but works on many other protocol and OS initiatives. For example, very recently he is prototyping an idea called LISP to separate an internet address into an ID and Locator to allow the Internet to scale better. Dino currently works in the Data Center Business Unit at cisco where his focus is on building a next-generation platform and operating system for Enterprise and Data Center environments.
Abstract: This tutorial introduces the Locator/ID Seperation Protocol (LISP). After providing a survey of Loc/ID split concepts, the tutorial will explain the LISP data plane (LISP), the LISP
control Plane (LISP+ALT), and how LISP sites talk with Non-LISP sites (Interworking). The tutorial will then review the current LISP deployment providing practical examples of how to configure, troubleshoot, and operate a LISP router. The tutorial will wrap up by reviewing an example of how LISP can be configured to

enable (BGP free) active-active multi-homing for end-sites.
Files: pdfDino lisp N45(PDF)
youtubeIntroduction to LISP
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG45 agenda.

NANOG45 Abstracts

  • Introduction to LISP
    Speakers:
    David Meyer, Cisco Systems/University of Oregon; Dino Farinacci, Cisco Systems;
  • Introduction to LISP
    Speakers:
    David Meyer, Cisco Systems/University of Oregon; Dino Farinacci, Cisco Systems;
  • Welcome Party
    Speakers:
    Sponsor Dominican Government, through the Dominican Republic, Export & Investment Center (CEI-RD)None; .
  • DNSSEC
    Speakers:
    Kevin Oberman, ESnet; Chris Griffiths, Comcast Cable;
  • DNSSEC
    Speakers:
    Kevin Oberman, ESnet; Chris Griffiths, Comcast Cable;
  • Peering 101
    Speakers:
    Kevin Oberman, ESnet; William B. Norton, InterStream;
  • Peering 101
    Speakers:
    Kevin Oberman, ESnet; William B. Norton, InterStream;
  • ISP Security
    Speakers:
    Eric JacksonArbor Networks; .
    Warren Kumari, Google;
  • ISP Security
    Speakers:
    Eric JacksonArbor Networks; .
    Warren Kumari, Google;
  • 4-byte ASNs
    Speakers:
    Greg Hankins, Force10 Networks; Chris MalayterSwitch and Data; .
  • 4-byte ASNs
    Speakers:
    Greg Hankins, Force10 Networks; Chris MalayterSwitch and Data; .
  • Peering
    Speakers:
    Aaron Hughes, Cariden Technologies, LMCO, UnitedLayer;

 

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