[Dots] An introduction of draft draft-chen-dots-attack-bandwidth-expansion-01

chenmeiling <chenmeiling@chinamobile.com> Fri, 15 March 2019 03:09 UTC

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Subject: [Dots] An introduction of draft draft-chen-dots-attack-bandwidth-expansion-01
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Hi, all,

I have submitted my draft "draft-chen-dots-attack-bandwidth-expansion-01" .

Main points of "draft-chen-dots-attack-bandwidth-expansion-00" are as below.
1) I first put forward the Mitigation Use Case of using parameter of attack-bandwidth to directly discard attack flow when a high-traffic attack occurs .
2) I modified the put method of mitigation request, add attack-bandwidth parameter

In the draft "draft-chen-dots-attack-bandwidth-expansion-01", I added two scenarios in the section of Mitigation Use Case.
1) Use the attack-bandwidth for optimal device selection.
2) Use attack-bandwidth for optimum path for disposal, such as BGP path.

 I will make a presentation about it in IETF 104.


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