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Most Complete Teaching Of Lisp
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Most Complete Teaching Of Lisp
Published 9/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 7.30 GB | Duration: 15h 1m

Cisco Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP)


What you'll learn
LISP Introduction - Identity and Location Address Separation
LISP Components and Packets and Processes
LISP - IPv4 Unicast Routing
LISP - IPv4-in-IPv4 Encapsulated Packet Contents
LISP - IPv6 Unicast Routing
LISP - Transition form IPv4 to IPv6 with LISP
LISP - Traffic Engineering with Priority and Weight
LISP - IPv4 Unicast Routing with Non-Lisp Site
LISP - IPv4 Multicast Routing - Source Specfic Multicast[SSM]
LISP - IPv4 Multicast Routing - Any Source Multicast[ASM]
LISP - IPv6 Multicast Routing in IPv4 RLOC[ ASM ]
LISP - Single Tenant Virtualization with Shared Model
LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with Shared Model
LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with Parallel Model
LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with hybrid Model
LISP - Dual Router Dual Homed Enterprise Edge

Requirements
CCNA

Description
The continuous growth of the Internet presents a number of challenges. Among the most fundamental of these challenges is ensuring that the routing and addressing system continues to function efficiently even as the number of connected devices continues to increase. A basic observation during early network research and development work was that the single IP address, which includes both identity and location, leads to suboptimal route scaling and hinders multihoming and device mobility.Locator ID Separation Protocol (LISP) provides improved routing scalability and facilitates flexible address assignment for multi-homing, provider independence, mobility, and virtualization. LISP offers an alternative to traditional Internet architecture by introducing two separate IP addresses: one to indicate routing locators (RLOCs) for routing traffic through the global Internet and a second address for endpoint identifiers (EIDs) used to identify network sessions between devices.Locator ID Separation Protocol (LISP) is a network architecture and protocol that implements the use of two namespaces instead of a single IP address:Endpoint identifiers (EIDs)-assigned to end hosts.Routing locators (RLOCs)-assigned to devices (primarily routers) that make up the global routing system.Splitting EID and RLOC functions yields several advantages including improved routing system scalability, and improved multihoming efficiency and ingress traffic engineering.LISP functionality requires LISP-specific configuration of one or more LISP-related devices, such as the LISP egress tunnel router (ETR), ingress tunnel router (ITR), proxy ETR (PETR), proxy ITR (PITR), map resolver (MR), map server (MS), and LISP alternative logical topology (ALT) device.
Overview
Section 1: LISP Introduction and Configuration
Lecture 1 LISP Introduction - Identity and Location Address Separation - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 2 LISP Components and Packets and Processes - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 3 LISP - IPv4 Unicast Routing - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 4 LISP - IPv4-in-IPv4 Encapsulated Packet Contents - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 5 LISP - IPv6 Unicast Routing - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 6 LISP - Transition from IPv4 to IPv6 with LISP - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 7 LISP Traffic Engineering with Priority and Weight - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 8 LISP - IPv4 Unicast Routing with Non-Lisp Site - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 9 LISP - IPv4 Multicast Routing - Source Specfic Multicast[SSM] - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 10 LISP - IPv4 Multicast Routing - Any Source Multicast[ASM] - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 11 LISP - IPv6 Multicast Routing in IPv4 RLOC[ ASM ] - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 12 LISP - Single Tenant Virtualization with Shared Model - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 13 LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with Shared Model - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 14 LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with Parallel Model - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 15 LISP - Multi Tenant Virtualization with hybrid Model - ArashDeljoo
Lecture 16 LISP - Dual Router Dual Homed Enterprise Edge - ArashDeljoo
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