[karp] Call for WG adoption: draft-chunduri-karp-kmp-router-fingerprints-03

Brian Weis <bew@cisco.com> Tue, 16 July 2013 00:22 UTC

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Subject: [karp] Call for WG adoption: draft-chunduri-karp-kmp-router-fingerprints-03
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Folks,

The authors of <http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-chunduri-karp-kmp-router-fingerprints-03> (KARP KMP: Simplified Peer Authentication ) have requested that it be considered as a WG item. It describes a straightforward method aiding routers to identify each other using fingerprints of their public keys. The document covers a portion of the automated key management portion of the KARP charter. It is targeted as Informational.

We are requesting comments from the WG on taking this as a WG item. We would like to hear within the next two weeks, by the end of the day 
July 29.

Thanks,
Brian & Joel