Chapter 9. LISP in the Enterprise Multihome Internet/WAN Edge

The edge of the network is where network components internal to an organization interface with a device that connects the internal infrastructure to some outside network. The outside network can be a remote data center, a campus, a branch location, or the Internet. There are many architectures in edge network design. When it comes to environments with large scale, high availability, and granular traffic engineering control, Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the preferred protocol choice for many engineers. LISP has also gained popularity in enterprise edge routing mainly due to its operational simplicity. Customer-side ingress/egress tunneling router (xTR) routing configuration can ...

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