[homenet] Ted's security talk at IETF99: DNCP Security

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Mon, 31 July 2017 15:21 UTC

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Subject: [homenet] Ted's security talk at IETF99: DNCP Security
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So I'm watching via meetecho the meeting.  Some minor comment that it seems
like many things have happened in homenet that haven't really been on the
list.  {Or maybe it was just DMARC vs ietf.org forwarding "helping" me. I've
had to whitelist the ietf.org mail servers}

The things that Ted wants, such "this the ID of the router", and the like,
and this really the topic of the ANIMA BRSKI protocol.  It can be profiled
to work in Homenet, provided that HNCP can elect a registrar.
I think that is entirely workable, btw.
I don't think that Homenet has to invent any protocols here.

Is there a document for this Ted?  I will offer to help.

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