While I have had some success (crashes after an approx an hour) I can't
seem to get Lisp-MN behind a NAT sorted out at all. I assumed the OOR-MSMR
could handle the Info-Request and Info-Reply but it returns a discarding
error and inspecting source appears to not have any implementation
ret = ms_recv_map_request(ms, msg, uc);
ret = ms_recv_map_register(ms, msg, uc);
OOR_LOG(LDBG_3, "Map-Server: Received control message with type
" Discarding!", type);
I also find that implementing a RTR configuration is far from clear. Do
you have any example configurations or tutorials? Or am I just looking to
do something not yet sorted out?
If a NATed MN is possible can you please explain how am I suppose to get a
MSMR that will help me determine the NAT configuration and work with a RTR
list? Does Cisco do it in their IOS version? Is there an older or forked
version of oor or lispmob source I should be using?
Do you have any further info besides you published papers on the RTR. I
have the slides and whitepaper from the LispMob site.
Honours in Internetworking and Network Security Research
Perth, Western Australia