Re: [secdir] Sector Review: draft-ietf-ospf-te-metric-extensions-09

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 05 January 2015 22:10 UTC

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[ off list as i am over my personal quota for the list ]

>> but i have had my say.  let's get back to work.
> Yeah, I don't think arguing about it between secdir reviewers will
> help us so much:-)

i am not a secdir reviewer, and do not play one on tv

> if you have suggested text that could go in there that'd be good.

users of the lsas described in this document should be aware of how
they might be used in path shortening and other routing attacks.

but i am sure we can make it more complicated :)

randy