LISP in Campus Networks
This session introduces LISP (Locator/ID Separation Protocol) on the Catalyst 6500. LISP is a routing architecture designed to enhance route scalability and efficient IP addressing in a network. The session will go over some of the use-cases of Layer 3 LISP in campus networks, and how LISP can be used to provide efficient multi-tenancy and seamless IPv6 transition. This session will provide an overall understanding of the benefits and application of LISP in the Campus, and how the technology is implemented on the Catalyst 6500 platform with Supervisor 2T. Details of data-plane forwarding and control-plane functionality of LISP will be covered, along with packet-walks. The configuration aspects of LISP on IOS will also be addressed in this session.