Re: [MSEC] GDOI support for IEC 62351

Brian Weis <bew@cisco.com> Fri, 02 August 2013 19:28 UTC

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Subject: Re: [MSEC] GDOI support for IEC 62351
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Folks,

Sean had some good feedback, and there is a new version now: <http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-weis-gdoi-iec62351-9-02>;. GDOI implementers should note that both RFC 3547 and RFC 6407 relied upon the ID Types defined in the IPsec DOI, which wasn't quite the right thing to do. So please note that Section 4 (IANA Considerations) now adds a registry of ID types for the GDOI DOI. This came about because this I-D adds a new value.

The GDOI DOI list of ID Types is copy-and-paste from the IPsec DOI, plus the new ID type added. So all of the old values are still valid, they are just administratively defined in the GDOI IANA registry now rather than the IPsec registry. This should not have a negative effect on implementations but it's worth pointing out.

Comments on the Internet-Draft are still requested.

Thanks,
Brian 

On Jul 23, 2013, at 1:56 AM, Brian Weis <bew@cisco.com>; wrote:

> Greetings,
> 
> The IEC 62351 power utility automation standards group has chosen to use GDOI (RFC 6407) as their key management method to distribute group keys. The keys protect multicast traffic streams sent by devices monitoring the power grid, and other multicast streams as well. To do this they require some new GDOI payloads. This message is an invitation to review and comment on the new definitions, which are defined in <http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-weis-gdoi-iec62351-9-01>;. Since the MSEC WG is not currently active, we hope to progress the draft as an individual submission soon and would appreciate any feedback. If you have comments, please post them to the MSEC list (msec@ietf.org) or send them to the authors (draft-weis-gdoi-iec62351-9@tools.ietf.org). 
> 
> Thanks,
> Brian 
> 
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> Brian Weis
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> Email: bew@cisco.com
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Brian Weis
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