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The Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) splits current IP addresses overlapping semantics of identity and location in two separate namespaces. Since its inception the protocol has gained considerable attention from both the industry and the academia motivating several new use cases to be proposed. Despite its inherent control-data decoupling and the abstraction and flexibility it introduces into the network, little has been said about the role of LISP on the SDN paradigm. In this paper we trydoi:10.1109/mcom.2015.7158286 fatcat:ulkyerfshbarxm7eserewk4jni