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kasper123
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LISP - override mapping received from MS/MR with a locally configured

Hi all,

I have a working LISP implementation and everything is working as expected.

What I would like to do is override a mapping received from the MS/MR and use a locally configured mapping for an EID telling the router to encapsulate and send the traffic not to the RLOC received by the MS/MR but to another one which would be locally configured. Something like a Policy Based Routing that could override the mapping from the MS/MR.

Is this something that is doable?

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kasper123
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I managed to find the solution myself. If anyone stumbles upon this in the future:

To override the map cache we can manually add an entry that will be preferred over the one received from the MS/MR.

router lisp

...

instance-id 200

 service ipv6

  map-cache FD00:BF:1:1::10/128 FD00:10:10:255::1 priority 1 weight 100

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Giuseppe Larosa
Hall of Fame Master

Hello @kasper123 ,

is it an SD Access scenario ?

 

Hope to help

Giuseppe

 

Hi Giuseppe,

No, no SD involved.
What I basically need is some LISP command to set the map cache locally and overriding what is received from the MS/MR.

 

Br.

kasper123
Enthusiast

I managed to find the solution myself. If anyone stumbles upon this in the future:

To override the map cache we can manually add an entry that will be preferred over the one received from the MS/MR.

router lisp

...

instance-id 200

 service ipv6

  map-cache FD00:BF:1:1::10/128 FD00:10:10:255::1 priority 1 weight 100

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Hello @kasper123 ,

very good news !

 

You have been very kind to provide the solution

 

thanks for feedback

 

Best Regards

Giuseppe