LISPmon is a monitoring platform, developed at the Advanced Broadband Communications Center of UPC. It periodically probes different parameters of the LISP pilot network, and makes the results of these measurements available to the public. Mapping system related information can be found in this directory, updated daily, in easily parsable plain text format. A full reverse DNS resolution of the 18.104.22.168/16 EID space is performed weekly, with the results available here. This is done separately becase there is value in knowing existing allocations, even if the LISP site itself is offline. Additionally, both directories contain the differences between successive measurements, in unified diff format.
LISP mappings daily reports (latest full, latest diff)
LISP EID space rDNS weekly reports (latest full, latest diff)
A looking glass is provided to query the mapping system. It is using lig-lispmob, the LISP Internet Groper, originally written by David Meyer and enhanced by the LISPmob project. The looking glass allows the sending of encapsulated Map-Requests to any of the known Map-Resolvers of the LISP pilot network, and receive either an authoritative Map-Reply from a responsible ETR or a non-authoritative Map-Reply from the chosen Map-Resolver itself.
If you are debugging LISP, or working on a tool related with the protocol, you may find this Wireshark LISP dissector patch useful as well.
LISPmon was written and is currently maintaned by Loránd Jakab. Feedback to improve LISPmon is more than welcome by email.
The LISP team at UPC is lead by prof. Jordi Domingo-Pascual, and is composed by Albert Cabellos-Aparicio, Florin Coras, Alberto Rodríguez-Natal, and Loránd Jakab. Our other LISP-related work is presented here.