LISP-OAM (Operations Administration Management): Use cases and requirements

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Authors Alberto Rodriguez-Natal  , Albert Cabellos-Aparicio  , Marc Portoles-Comeras  , Michael Kowal  , Darrel Lewis  , Fabio Maino 
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This document describes Operations Administration and Management (OAM) use-cases and the requirements that they have towards the LISP architecture.


Alberto Rodriguez-Natal (
Albert Cabellos-Aparicio (
Marc Portoles-Comeras (
Michael Kowal (
Darrel Lewis (
Fabio Maino (

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