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The LISP Network by Dino Farinacci

Title The LISP Network
Author Dino Farinacci
Publisher Cisco Press
Release 2019-01-29
Category Computers
Total Pages
ISBN 013454031X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The complete guide to seamless anytime/anywhere networking with LISP In an era of ubiquitous clouds, virtualization, mobility, and the Internet of Things, information and resources must be accessible anytime, from anywhere. Connectivity to devices and workloads must be seamless even when people move, and their location must be fully independent of device identity. The Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) makes all this possible. The LISP Network is the first comprehensive, in-depth guide to LISP concepts, architecture, techniques, behavior, and applications. Co-authored by LISP co-creator Dino Farinacci and Victor Moreno–co-developer of the Cisco LISP implementation–it will help you identify the opportunities and benefits of deploying LISP in any data center, campus and branch access, WAN edge, or service provider core network. This largely implementation-agnostic guide will be valuable to architects, engineers, consultants, technical sales professionals, and senior IT professionals in any largescale network environment. The authors show how LISP overcomes key problems in large-scale networking, thoroughly introduce its key applications, guide you through designing real-world solutions, and present detailed deployment case studies based on their pioneering experience. · Understand LISP’s core principles, history, motivation, and applications · Explore LISP’s technical architecture, components, mechanisms, and workflows · Use LISP to seamlessly deliver diverse network services and enable major advances in data center connectivity · Improve mobility, network segmentation, and policy management · Leverage software-defined WANs (SD-WANs) to efficiently move traffic from access to data center · Evolve access networks to provide pervasive, mega-scale, high-density modern connectivity · Integrate comprehensive security into the networking control and data plane, and learn how LISP infrastructure is protected against attacks · Enforce access control policies, connection integrity, confidentiality for data in flight, and end-point anonymity · Discover how LISP mobility mechanisms anticipate tomorrow’s application use cases

LISP Network by Dino Farinacci

Title LISP Network
Author Dino Farinacci
Publisher
Release 2019
Category Computer network protocols
Total Pages
ISBN 9780134541877
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title LISP Network Deployment and Troubleshooting
Author Tarique Shakil
Publisher
Release 2020
Category Computer network protocols
Total Pages
ISBN 9780134783154
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Implementation of Location Identifier Separation Protocol LISP Routing Protocol in Network Simulator 2
Author Prithvi Manduva
Publisher
Release 2014
Category Electronic dissertations
Total Pages 33
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Internet, which has had an impact on almost every facet of our lives. It has grown at a rapid pace and devices connecting to in direct proportion, in turn increasing the routing tables. The Location Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP) helps to reduce the burden in both enterprise routers and Internet routers without changing the hardware, which could cost more than implementing a new routing protocol. The LISP helps in reducing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routes as well as keeping devices connected to the Internet or network with less downtime. Implementation of the LISP in a simulator helps network engineers learn the upcoming protocol and design, and test the network.

Software Networks by Guy Pujolle

Title Software Networks
Author Guy Pujolle
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2020-02-05
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 308
ISBN 1786304589
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Software Networks describe new concepts for the Internets next generation. This architecture is based on virtual networking using Cloud and datacenter facilities. The main problems to be dealt with are the placement of virtual resources for opening a new network on the fly, and the urbanization of virtual resources implemented on physical network equipment. The digital architecture also deals with mechanisms capable of automatically controlling the placement of all virtual resources within the physical network. This book describes how to create and delete virtual networks on the fly. Indeed, the system is able to create any new network with any kind of virtual resource (e.g. switches, routers, LSRs, optical paths, firewalls, SIP-based servers, devices, servers, access points, etc.). Software Networks shows how this architecture is compatible with new advances in SDN (Software Defined Networking), new high-speed transport protocols such as TRILL (Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links) and LISP (Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol), NGN, IMS, new generation Wi-Fi, and 4G/5G networks. Finally, the author introduces Clouds of security and the virtualization of secure elements (smartcards) that could certainly transform how to secure the Internet. For this second edition, the author addresses in five new chapters the importance of open source software for networks, mobile edge computing, fog networking, tactile internet – a network environment allowing remote access, and security – the use of Cloud of security, secure elements and the emergence of the blockchain.

Title On the Scalability of LISP and Advanced Overlaid Services
Author Florin Coras
Publisher
Release 2015
Category
Total Pages 176
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In just four decades the Internet has gone from a lab experiment to a worldwide, business critical infrastructure that caters to the communication needs of almost a half of the Earth's population. With these figures on its side, arguing against the Internet's scalability would seem rather unwise. However, the Internet's organic growth is far from finished and, as billions of new devices are expected to be joined in the not so distant future, scalability, or lack thereof, is commonly believed to be the Internet's biggest problem. While consensus on the exact form of the solution is yet to be found, the need for a semantic decoupling of a node's location and identity, often called a location/identity separation, is generally accepted as a promising way forward. Typically, this requires the introduction of new network elements that provide the binding of the two names-paces and caches that avoid hampering router packet forwarding speeds. But due to this increased complexity the solution's scalability is itself questioned. This dissertation evaluates the suitability of using the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP), one of the most successful proposals to follow the location/identity separation guideline, as a solution to the Internet's scalability problem. However, because the deployment of any new architecture depends not only on solving the incumbent's technical problems but also on the added value that it brings, our approach follows two lines. In the first part of the thesis, we develop the analytical tools to evaluate LISP's control plane scalability while in the second we show that the required control/data plane separation provides important benefits that could drive LISP's adoption. As a first step to evaluating LISP's scalability, we propose a methodology for an analytical analysis of cache performance that relies on the working-set theory to estimate traffic locality of reference. One of our main contribution is that we identify the conditions network traffic must comply with for the theory to be applicable and then use the result to develop a model that predicts average cache miss rates. Furthermore, we study the model's suitability for long term cache provisioning and assess the cache's vulnerability in front of malicious users through an extension that accounts for cache polluting traffic. As a last step, we investigate the main sources of locality and their impact on the asymptotic scalability of the LISP cache. An important finding here is that destination popularity distribution can accurately describe cache performance, independent of the much harder to model short term correlations. Under a small set of assumptions, this result finally enables us to characterize asymptotic scalability with respect to the amount of prefixes (Internet growth) and users (growth of the LISP site). We validate the models and discuss the accuracy of our assumptions using several one-day-long packet traces collected at the egress points of a campus and an academic network. To show the added benefits that could drive LISP's adoption, in the second part of the thesis we investigate the possibilities of performing inter-domain multicast and improving intra-domain routing. Although the idea of using overlaid services to improve underlay performance is not new, this dissertation argues that LISP offers the right tools to reliably and easily implement such services due to its reliance on network instead of application layer support. In particular, we present and extensively evaluate Lcast, a network-layer single-source multicast framework designed to merge the robustness and efficiency of IP multicast with the configurability and low deployment cost of application-layer overlays. Additionally, we describe and evaluate LISP-MPS, an architecture capable of exploiting LISP to minimize intra-domain routing tables and ensure, among other, support for multi protocol switching and virtual networks.

Title Advances in Information and Communication
Author Kohei Arai
Publisher Springer Nature
Release 2020-02-24
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 915
ISBN 303039445X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book presents high-quality research on the concepts and developments in the field of information and communication technologies, and their applications. It features 134 rigorously selected papers (including 10 poster papers) from the Future of Information and Communication Conference 2020 (FICC 2020), held in San Francisco, USA, from March 5 to 6, 2020, addressing state-of-the-art intelligent methods and techniques for solving real-world problems along with a vision of future research Discussing various aspects of communication, data science, ambient intelligence, networking, computing, security and Internet of Things, the book offers researchers, scientists, industrial engineers and students valuable insights into the current research and next generation information science and communication technologies.

Title LISP Lore A Guide to Programming the LISP Machine
Author H. Bromley
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2012-12-06
Category Computers
Total Pages 338
ISBN 1461319919
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book had its genesis in the following piece of computer mail: From allegra!joan-b Tue Dec 18 89:15:54 1984 To: sola!hjb Subj ect: 1 i spm Hank, I've been talking with Mark Plotnik and Bill Gale about asking you to conduct a basic course on using the lisp machine. Mark, for instance, would really like to cover basics like the flavor system, etc. , so he could start doing his own programming without a lot of trial and error, and Bill and I would be interested in this, too. I'm quite sure that Mark Jones, Bruce, Eric and Van would also be really interested. Would you like to do it? Bill has let me know that if you'd care to set something up, he's free to meet with us anytime this week or next (although I'll only be here on Wed. next week) so we can come up with a plan. What do you think? Joan. xiv Lisp Lore (All the people and computers mentioned above work at AT&T Bell Laboratories, in Murray Hill, New Jersey. ) I agreed, with some trepidation, to try teaching such a course. It wasn't clear how I was going to explain the Lisp Machine environment to a few dozen beginners when at the time I felt I was scarcely able to keep myself afloat. Particularly since many of the "beginners" had PhD's in computer science and a decade or two of programming experience.

Common LISP Modules by Mark Watson

Title Common LISP Modules
Author Mark Watson
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2012-12-06
Category Computers
Total Pages 207
ISBN 1461231868
Language English, Spanish, and French
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While creativity plays an important role in the advancement of computer science, great ideas are built on a foundation of practical experience and knowledge. This book presents programming techniques which will be useful in both AI projects and more conventional software engineering endeavors. My primary goal is to enter tain, to introduce new technologies and to provide reusable software modules for the computer programmer who enjoys using programs as models for solutions to hard and interesting problems. If this book succeeds in entertaining, then it will certainly also educate. I selected the example application areas covered here for their difficulty and have provided both program examples for specific applications and (I hope) the method ology and spirit required to master problems for which there is no obvious solution. I developed the example programs on a Macintosh TM using the Macintosh Common LISP TM development system capturing screen images while the example programs were executing. To ensure portability to all Common LISP environments, I have provided a portable graphics library in Chapter 2. All programs in this book are copyrighted by Mark Watson. They can be freely used in any free or commercial software systems if the following notice appears in the fine print of the program's documentation: "This program contains software written by Mark Watson." No royalties are required. The program miniatures contained in this book may not be distributed by posting in source code form on public information networks, or in printed form without my written permission.