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9781587145063

LISP Network Deployment and Troubleshooting The Complete Guide to LISP Implementation on IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS

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    9781587145063

  • ISBN10:

    1587145065

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-11-15
  • Publisher: Cisco Press

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Summary

Implement flexible, efficient LISP-based overlays for cloud, data center, and enterprise


The LISP overlay network helps organizations provide seamless connectivity to devices and workloads wherever they move, enabling open and highly scalable networks with unprecedented flexibility and agility.


LISP Network Deployment and Troubleshooting is the definitive resource for all network engineers who want to understand, configure, and troubleshoot LISP on Cisco IOS-XE, IOS-XR and NX-OS platforms. It brings together comprehensive coverage of how LISP works, how it integrates with leading Cisco platforms, how to configure it for maximum efficiency, and how to address key issues such as scalability and convergence.


Focusing on design and deployment in real production environments, three leading Cisco LISP engineers present authoritative coverage of deploying LISP, verifying its operation, and optimizing its performance in widely diverse environments. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience supporting LISP deployments, they share detailed configuration examples, templates, and best practices designed to help you succeed with LISP no matter how you intend to use it.


This book is the Cisco authoritative guide to LISP protocol and is intended for network architects, engineers, and consultants responsible for implementing and troubleshooting LISP network infrastructures. It includes extensive configuration examples with troubleshooting tips for network engineers who want to improve optimization, performance, reliability, and scalability.


This book covers all applications of LISP across various environments including DC, Enterprise, and SP.



  • Review the problems LISP solves, its current use cases, and powerful emerging applications
  • Gain in-depth knowledge of LISP’s core architecture and components, including xTRs, PxTRs, MR/MS, ALT, and control plane message exchange
  • Understand LISP software architecture on Cisco platforms
  • Master LISP IPv4 unicast routing, LISP IPv6 routing, and the fundamentals of LISP multicast routing
  • Implement LISP mobility in traditional data center fabrics, and LISP IP mobility in modern data center fabrics
  • Plan for and deliver LISP network virtualization and support multitenancy
  • Explore LISP in the Enterprise multihome Internet/WAN edge solutions
  • Systematically secure LISP environments
  • Troubleshoot LISP performance, reliability, and scalability

Author Biography

Tarique Shakil, CCIE No. 37319 (Service Provider, Data Center, and Security), CCSI #32545, CISSP (ISC2), CCSP (ISC2), VCP-DCV, is an Architect with the Cisco Customer Experience (CX) Data Center New Product Management team, specializing in softwaredefined networking (SDN) and cloud technologies. His previous experience with Cisco includes working as a high touch technical support engineer supporting Cisco premium customers for enterprise routing and service provider technologies. In his current role, Tarique leads the incubation of the latest SDN and cloud solutions, which includes working closely with engineering. Tarique has been involved in products such as Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), Data Center Network Manager, and Virtual Topology Systems (VTS). He was also part of a startup, Candid Systems, that brought the Network Assurance Engine (NAE) to market. His areas of interest and expertise include data center virtualization, programmable fabric, network assurance, cloud data center security, and SDN. He holds a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications engineering. Tarique can be found on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/tarique-shakil-cisco.


Vinit Jain, CCIE No. 22854 (R&S, Service Provider, Security, and Data Center), is a technical leader with the Cisco Customer Experience (CX), supporting customers and TAC teams around the world. For the past 10 years, Vinit has worked for the Cisco TAC and High Touch Technical Support (HTTS) organizations, supporting several customers in enterprise, service provider, and data center environments. Vinit has been a speaker at various global networking forums, including Cisco Live events. Vinit has also authored other Cisco Press books, including Troubleshooting BGP and Troubleshooting Cisco Nexus Switches and NX-OS, and he has worked on the NX-OS and BGP Troubleshooting Live Lesson series. Prior to Joining Cisco, Vinit worked as a CCIE trainer and as a network consultant. In addition to his CCIEs, Vinit holds multiple certifications related to programming and databases. Vinit studied mathematics at Delhi University and received a master’s in information technology from Kuvempu University in India. Vinit can be found on Twitter at @VinuGenie.


Yves Louis attended the Control Data Institute in Paris (Diplôme d’Ingénieur), where he majored in computing. Yves is a pre-sales engineer covering data center networking as a technical solution architect at Cisco Systems. Yves focuses on fabric design and the architecture of modern data center network–based VXLAN EVPN transport and the Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) technology. Yves also supports the Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) software framework for the next generation of data centers that rely on VXLAN EVPN for visibility, control, and fabric automation, including VXLAN EVPN Multi-site infrastructures. He also works with the Network Assurance Engine (NAE) solution, deployed in conjunction with the ACI architecture. Yves is an expert on data center interconnection solutions and has written several public technical articles at Cisco and in his personal blog related to business continuity which you can find at, http://yves-louis.com/DCI/.

Table of Contents

1. LISP Introduction
2. LISP Architecture
3. LISP IPv4 Unicast Routing Fundamentals
4. LISP IPv6 Enablement & Transition
5. LISP Multicast Routing Fundamentals
6. LISP Mobility in Traditional Data Center Fabrics
7. LISP in VXLAN Fabrics
8. LISP Network Virtualization/Multi-tenancy
9. LISP in the Enterprise Multi-homed Internet/WAN Edge
10. LISP Security
11. LISP Network Management and Automation

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