Re: [karp] secdir review of draft-ietf-karp-ops-model-07

Sam Hartman <hartmans-ietf@mit.edu> Wed, 14 August 2013 15:18 UTC

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From: Sam Hartman <hartmans-ietf@mit.edu>
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>>>>> "Radia" == Radia Perlman <radiaperlman@gmail.com> writes:

    Radia>    I think the document would be much improved with an
    Radia> introduction about what is different for "routing protocol
    Radia> security" rather than, say, an endnode authenticating to an
    Radia> access point, or nodes forming a peer relationship in an
    Radia> overlay network.  So, for instance, "normal security issues"
    Radia> (i.e., outside the scope of KARP) might assume the network is
    Radia> up, so that it's possible to get CRLs, or be available to be
    Radia> managed, whereas perhaps KARP is targetting cases which
    Radia> depend on less infrastructure.  It would be nice if this
    Radia> document were to have an introduction that talks about things
    Radia> like that.

I think that one of the previous KARP documents  (the overview or design
guide) includes  a good review of that material.  I know I've seen a
good write up of this in the KARP context before.
KARP folks can you help jog my memory so I can add a reference?