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LISP Support for Dynamic Anycast Routing

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This is an older version of an Internet-Draft whose latest revision state is "Expired".
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Authors KJ Sun , Younghan Kim
Last updated 2022-04-28 (Latest revision 2021-10-25)
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Dynamic Anycast (Dyncast) is a new routing approach to support equivalent services running in distributed geolocations and connect to them by considering both network-related metric and service- related metric. In LISP, it is possible to support anycast EIDs and/ or anycast RLOCs without any modification, so it is suitable for providing dyncast routing. In this document, it describes the LISP- based dyncast architecture and related standard works to meet dyncast requirements.


KJ Sun
Younghan Kim

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