[midcom] Basic question about SAFENeT I-D

Martin Stiemerling <stiemerling@netlab.nec.de> Tue, 02 August 2005 09:52 UTC

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From: Martin Stiemerling <stiemerling@netlab.nec.de>
To: "Townsend, Richard L, JR (Rick)" <rltownsend@lucent.com>, midcom@ietf.org
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Subject: [midcom] Basic question about SAFENeT I-D
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Hi Rick,

I'm re-reading the SAFENeT I-D and have a basic question. It is about
Section 2.4 "The MIDCOM and NSIS Solutions". You say this section is
describes existing solutions on middlebox traversal and configuration.
After reading it again, I still miss a reference to any already
available/existing that refers to a MIDCOM-type solution. How about
the FCP of Jiri Kuthan, MIDCOM MIB, or SIMCO?

The solution described in Section 4.4 "Details of SAFENeT UA Communication
Protocol (SUCP)" will fit to SIPPING working group and not MIDCOM. If not
specified there, or in the SIP working group, already.

I would like to see a clarification on this before we can meet
face to face.


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