As you will see in this document, LISP ( Locator/ID Separation Protocol ) is a special case of tunneling. All tunneling methods share the basic notion of the encapsulation of one protocol within another, but LISP’s similarities with other tunneling mechanisms end here. LISP encapsulation is dynamic and requires no preconfiguration of tunnel endpoints. It is designed to work in a multi-homing environment and supports communications between LISP and non-LISP sites for simple interworking. Additional information about LISP, including information about its deployment in several common IPv6 transition use cases is presented in this document.
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