Can I suggest that you put the mailing list information as the signature line?
So the important information in the email is top posted?
> On Sep 20, 2016, at 2:28 AM, users-requ...@openoverlayrouter.org wrote:
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> 1. Re: About mobility support based on OOR (LISP)
> (Alberto Rodriguez-Natal)
> 2. Re: Problems configuring oor on a openwrt router (Albert López)
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> Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2016 17:28:23 -0700
> From: Alberto Rodriguez-Natal <rodriguezna...@gmail.com>
> To: YoonSeon Han <yoons...@onlab.us>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [OOR-Users] About mobility support based on OOR (LISP)
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> Hi YoonSeon,
> There is a NETCONF interface to configure OOR on runtime that you may want
> to take a look at.
> Unfortunately, I'm afraid that it is targeted only towards xTR config at
> this point. However, extending it for MS support should be feasible in case
> you want to give it a try.
> Another option you can look into would be to use OOR in combination with
> OpenDaylight serving as MS/MR.
> Hope this helps,
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 4:54 PM, YoonSeon Han <yoons...@onlab.us> wrote:
>> Dear OOR contributors,
>> Hi, I'm Yoonseon Han who interested in to use LISP for my mobility
>> Now, I'm doing a small project to support virtual machine mobility.
>> My question is how can I add new VM mapping info. to local OOR database?
>> For example, Host A is migrated from xTR1 to xTR2.
>> Then, I need to remove the mapping information at xTR1, and add new
>> mapping to xTR2, as well as mapping system.
>> But, I cannot find a command or interface to access OOR local database.
>> The only way for my case is
>> 1) turn off OOR
>> 2) edit OOR.conf fie with new mapping db.
>> 3) turn on OOR again
>> Is there any way to change local data base dynamically such as CLI, REST,
>> or other interface?
>> Best regards.
>> /Yoonseon Han
>> Users mailing list
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> From: Albert López <alo...@ac.upc.edu>
> To: Holger Zuleger <holger.zule...@hznet.de>,
> Subject: Re: [OOR-Users] Problems configuring oor on a openwrt router
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> I have tried the rloc probe with our Cisco box and it replies our Map
> Request Probe messages:
> Sep 20 08:41:10.936: LISP: Received map request for IID 0 0.0.0.0/32,
> source_eid UNSPEC, ITR-RLOCs: 126.96.36.199, records 1, nonce
> 0x36FFE15F-0x17B6CF26, probe
> Sep 20 08:41:10.936: LISP: Processing map request record for EID prefix
> IID 0 0.0.0.0/32
> Sep 20 08:41:10.936: LISP-0: IID 0 No local EID prefix covering map
> request for 0.0.0.0/32.
> Sep 20 08:41:10.940: LISP-0: Sending dummy map-reply from 188.8.131.52
> to 184.108.40.206.
> May be the difference is that my box is only configured as a PeTR
> Anyway, I have checked how Cisco boxes send Map Request Probe to PeTR
> and they use 0.0.0.0/0 instead of 0.0.0.0/32. I have generated a new ipk
> file which will request for this EID prefix.
> Could you try and let me know if it works with this change.
> Best regards
> On 20/09/16 00:12, Holger Zuleger wrote:
>> Hi again,
>>>> In your configuration you have rloc-probing enabled. The xTR node is
>>>> sending probe messaged to the PeTR node but it doesn't receive any reply
>>>> and after three retries it sets the RLOC of the PeTR to not reachable.
>>> Ok, makes sense. Sorry this is something I could/should have found out
>>> I will test the proposed config change later today and give you a
>>> feedback if it was successful.
>> Indeed this was the problem. Turning off the probing solved it.
>> But I was a bit confused why the PeTR are not responding to the probe
>> messages, and turned the lisp debugging on.
>> When the oor router sends a probe message...
>> [2016/9/19 22:29:33] DEBUG: Retry Map-Request Probe for locator
>> 220.127.116.11 and EID: 0.0.0.0/32 (2 retries)
>> I see something like this in the Cisco debug (the timers are not
>> consistently, but I'm pretty sure that the output is related to the
>> probe message):
>> Sep 19 21:29:23.957: LISP: Received map request for IID 0 0.0.0.0/32,
>> source_eid UNSPEC, ITR-RLOCs: 18.104.22.168, records 1, nonce
>> 0x203CFDA2-0x77FCFDBB, probe
>> Sep 19 21:29:23.957: LISP: Processing map request record for EID prefix
>> IID 0 0.0.0.0/32
>> Sep 19 21:29:23.957: LISP-0: IID 0 No local EID prefix covering map
>> request for 0.0.0.0/32.
>> Later on the oor router give up with:
>> [2016/9/19 22:29:38] DEBUG: rloc_probing: No Map-Reply Probe received
>> for locator 22.214.171.124 and EID: 0.0.0.0/32 -> Locator state changes
>> to DOWN
>> So two question came up in my mind
>> 1) Is the common way to probe a PeTR to send a map request for EID
>> 0.0.0.0/32, and why is the src_EID unspecified?
>> 2) Does it mean I have to install a local mapping for this on the PeTR
>> router? And if yes how does it look like?
>> Best Regards
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