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Locator/ID Separation Protocol ( LISP ) ( RFC 6830 ) is a "map-and-encapsulate" protocol which is developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force LISP Working Group. [1] The basic idea behind the separation is that the Internet architecture combines two functions, routing locators (where a client is attached to the network) and identifiers (who the client is) in one number space: the IP address . LISP supports the separation of the IPv4 and IPv6 address space following a network-based map-and-encapsulate scheme ( RFC 1955 ). In LISP, both identifiers and locators can be IP addresses or arbitrary elements like a set of GPS coordinates or a MAC address . [2]

The Internet Architecture Board 's October 2006 Routing and Addressing Workshop [3] renewed interest in the design of a scalable routing and addressing architecture for the Internet. Key issues driving this renewed interest include concerns about the scalability of the routing system and the impending exhaustion of IPv4 address space. Since the IAB workshop, several proposals have emerged that attempted to address the concerns expressed at the workshop. All of these proposals are based on a common concept: the separation of Locator and Identifier in the numbering of Internet devices, often termed the "Loc/ID split". [4]

IETF has an active workgroup establishing standards for LISP. As of 2016, the LISP specifications are on the experimental track. The LISP workgroup plans moving the core specifications onto the standards track in 2017.

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