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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

So if you're interested in testing LISP, download the latest engineering release from lisp.cisco.com for the 7200 (contract required, of course) and give it a try.  I've been very happy with LISP and after extensive testing in GNS3 have been running LISP VPN in production now for months as an alternative to DMVPN.  I can post some configs if anyone is interested, although it is very easy to configure.

HTH,

Matt

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

I would quite interested to see your config...

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Matt,

which IOS version do you use with GNS3 to run lisp on the 7200?

regards

Daniel

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Daniel.

I'm running c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.152-4.XB9, available through http://lisp.cisco.com with a valid contract.

Matt

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Matt,

thanks. It runs great in GNS3!

Daniel

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hello Matt

Can you share with me the GNS3 configuration for LISP?

Also I shall be thankful for IOS.

Now I design a networking solution for a two data centers and I must ensure seamless mobility for a virtual machines. I would like to use LISP for the task.

Later I can provide you the results of the proof test.

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Sergey,

I recommend to use c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.152-4.XB10 for GNS3. I tested it with a LISP+GETVPN solution and it works great.

Daniel

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LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Daniel

Can you share with me the LISP config on Cisco 7200?

Thank you!

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Re: LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Sergey,

I build a little lisp lab for you which is similar to the real lisp project I am working for. Here are some short explanations:

DC: Represents some networks at the datacenter. These networks are the destinations for the trafic from the sites.

DCXTR: Lisp router for the datacenter with static routing to the datacenter networks 10.10.0.0/24 and 10.11.0.0/24

MRMS: Map-Resovler and Map-Server

Site1: 4 local networks and one management address configured as loopbacks will be propagated with lisp; ip sla with tracking to generate traffic to the datacenter

I skiped the GETVPN configuration and the redundant DC configuration to keep it simple. Hope it is ok in this way...

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Re: LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Daniel, it's very kind of you. Thank you for help.

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Re: LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

If there is someone interested I could add a GETVPN configuration to this small lab.

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Re: LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Daniel

This guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/solutions/Enterprise/Data_Center/DCI/5.0/LISPmobility/LISPmobile.pdf

describes switch configuration for the "lisp mobility".

But is it possible to configure "lisp mobility" without a switch (only on routers)?

I need the "lisp mobility" to seamlessly migrate a virtual machines between the two data centers.

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Re: LISP runs great in GNS3/dynamips

Hi Sergey,

I didn't try "lisp host mobility solution" yet, but I will go through the document this week and set up a test solution in GNS3.

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