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routing table go boom

William Herrin wrote:

>>> Some local system is responsible for detecting connectivity between
>>> the ETR and destination and updating the destination-to-ETR map
>>> accordingly.
>> Some local system?
> Yeah, you know, like OSPF or EIGRP. Just like exporting a route from
> the IGP to the EGP except that you're exporting a route from the IGP
> to the LISP map instead.

You assume an end user's network exchange route with its ISP.
Though it causes a lot of problems, OK.

Even then, that a route from an ETR of an ISP to an end system
in end user's network is blackholed means that a routing
protocol tells the ETR that there is a route to the end system.

						Masataka Ohta