[Casm] Where is the "border"?

Warren Kumari <warren@kumari.net> Tue, 14 February 2017 21:14 UTC

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Subject: [Casm] Where is the "border"?
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 Hi all,

Following on from Benoit's
(https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/casm/IuL5Kn9H6EWLvBFwzvrFsni18Mc),
I had an additional question...

The Requirements and Framework document discusses "users" and
"multi-tenancy", but it wasn't hugely clear to me where the expected
"border" of the system is -- is there an expectation that this would
be shared / made available to "customers", or simply used within an
organization / enterprise? For example, is an expected use case that a
customer of an ISP could talk to the IPAM / CASM (through whatever
interface) and request address space?

Most of the document(s) describes things like NATs / firewalls /
whatever requesting space for use *within* an organization, but not to
external "customer" type scenarios.
Note: I'm not really suggesting that this *should* provide an
interface for customers type relationships, more trying to understand
where the edge / border is...

W

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