Under "Separating identifiers and locators" in Section 7 of "Accountable Internet Protocol (AIP)", it says, "Unlike LISP, AIP does not require tunneling to route on locators." Explain what this comment is saying about LISP.
What disadvantage does AIP have because of this difference from LISP?
With respect to this criticism of LISP, how does AIP compare to ILNP?
Email a few lines in answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by class time on the 7th.