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A Unified LISP Mapping Database for L2 and L3 Network Virtualization Overlays. Draft-hertoghs-nvo3-lisp-unfied-control-plane Yves Hertoghs. Overview. Complementary to draft-maino-nvo3-lisp-cp

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A unified lisp mapping database for l2 and l3 network virtualization overlays

A Unified LISP Mapping Database for L2 and L3 Network Virtualization Overlays

Draft-hertoghs-nvo3-lisp-unfied-control-plane

Yves Hertoghs


Overview

Overview

  • Complementary to draft-maino-nvo3-lisp-cp

    • draft-maino represents the LISP mapping of the NVO3 reference models, and how the LISP Control Plane works with a couple of data plane options ((LISP+L2-LISP, LISP-GPE, VXLAN-GPE)

    • draft-maino defines how to use LISP for MAC Address lookups in an NVO3 context, and addresses VM Mobility at L2.

    • draft-hertoghs points to draft-maino where required and defines a unified L2/L3 approach, with distributed gateways on all the NVEs and addresses VM mobility at L2 and L3.

    • Draft-hertoghs maps the LISP functionality onto the NVO3 dataplane and control plane requirements drafts.

  • Hence draft-hertoghs should be used as an input into the NVO3 Gap Analysis draft.


Unified l2 l3 nve

Unified L2/L3 NVE

  • Effectively a collocation of an NVO3 distributed gateway and NVE

  • An NVE that offers simultaneous support for IP and non-IP traffic, independent of subnets and VN location.

    • IP and MAC TS addresses are registered to support IP.

    • MAC TS addresses are registered to support non-IP (when needed)

    • Forwarding of all IP traffic involves an IP lookup (intra- and inter-subnet/VN traffic), forwarding on non-IP involves a MAC lookup.

    • Registering both IP and MAC addresses for IP aids ARP/IPv6 ND handling as well as rewrites to allow transparency for intrasubnet IP forwarding from a host perspective.

  • Why?

    • Optimal forwarding for IP traffic, no traffic tromboning independent of TS location, or intra- versus inter subnet/VN

    • Single lookup for IP traffic independent of destination

    • No need for DC wide broadcast domains to achieve Mobility intra-subnet


Requirements for l2 l3 nve

Requirements for L2/L3 NVE

  • All NVEs participating in an NVI MUST offer a uniform default gateway IP and MAC address across the NVO3 network

  • All traffic between TSes MUST traverse across an NVE

  • IP traffic MUST always be subject to an IP lookup, regardless of inter- versus intra-subnet/VN relationship of source /destination IP address.


Request to wg

Request to WG

  • Add LISP as control plane option, and LISP, VLAN-GPE and LISP-GPE as data plane options for NVO3, into the Gap Analysis draft.

  • Add Unified L2/L3 NVE as a concept in the architecture/framework drafts.

  • Use draft-hertoghs as input to the Gap Analysis draft.

  • (draft-maino and draft-hertoghs, or at least parts of it, will also be progressed further in the LISP WG, potentially to become WG documents).


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