Re: [lisp] A Stab At Opportunistic Encryption for LISP

Edward Lopez <> Tue, 04 March 2014 01:19 UTC

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As I’ve previously noted, there was a significant lapse in time since I was able to last work on this draft for lisp-oe.  Even then, there was a significant difference between myself and Dino regarding the methodology of actually encrypting the packets, where lisp-oe using IPSec ESP, and lisp-crypto is evolving its own methodology.  While we will both constructively agree to disagree, Dino has asked me to remove his name from my draft, as to not misrepresent his position.

Both lisp-crypto and lisp-oe agree on the need to establish a key within a single packet exchange, which I do believe is the critical work.  It may be possible to join work on commonality within the key-exchange aspects of the drafts, while working separately on the actual LISP packet encryption scheme.

Attached is 'draft-lopez-lisp-oe-01’, which reflects this change.

Ed Lopez

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