Re: [netconf] More complications

Kent Watsen <kent+ietf@watsen.net> Mon, 14 June 2021 14:27 UTC

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[CC-ing Henk, to whom a question is directed to below]


Hi Tom,

> Top posting a new and different issue.

Thanks for updating the subject line.


> server case psk references ServerKeyExchange and psk-identity-hint neither of which exist in TLS1.3.  The client sends an extension PreSharedKeyExtension which contains a list of identities from which the server selects one as selected-identity for which the identifier is uint16 indexing into the client's list. RFC8446 s.4.2.11.
> 
> The client description also needs amending.
> 
> TLS1.2 was extended to use tickets in this area to aid session resumption; these have now gone and been replaced by this extension.  I would not suggest adding support for tickets.
> 
> As I may have said before, TLS 1.3 is different.

Henk, could you help with these edits?   Support for PSK and raw public key were added to draft-ietf-netconf-tls-client-server per your request and, if memory serves me, didn’t you help me with the YANG update too?   I suppose what is needed is a either a “choice” statement (with cases for 1.2 and 1.3) *or* sibling-container statements (in case it’s necessary both are configured in case, e.g., the client sends one or the other)...


> Tom Petch 

Kent