Re: [karp] Secure Transport for PCEP - KMP Draft

"Diego R. Lopez" <> Thu, 06 February 2014 21:48 UTC

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Uma probably was not aware that the first place in which we discussed the PCEPS draft was precisely KARP (remember Berlin...)

I must say that I support his view of a clear need for KMPs for supporting secure transport for routing. Apart from the PCEPS draft, I agree with Uma in that SDN (and NFV as well) will bring an additional need for secured connections in routing protocols in the wider sense.

Be goode,

On 5 Feb 2014, at 00:59 , Uma Chunduri <<>> wrote:

Last IETF I come across this draft in PCE WG and had a brief chat with one of the authors Diego L. (CC’ed)  –

While this document is yet to be enhanced further per authors; it may  show operators are indeed seeking to use KMPs for secure transport for routing.
This becomes bit more relevant in the age of SDN and a secure transport between the controller (open-flow, I2RS etc..) and routers talking various routing protocols  is important.

Thought to share with KAPR WG  in light of the last IETF discussions on this topic.

Uma C.

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