Re: [sidr] about a router AS-related certificate

Warren Kumari <warren@kumari.net> Mon, 17 October 2011 17:06 UTC

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On Oct 17, 2011, at 10:47 AM, Stephen Kent wrote:

> At 10:50 AM -0400 10/14/11, Sandra Murphy wrote:
>> The wg has just demonstrated a lack of support for adoption of a suggested cert profile for routers in draft-turner-sidr-bgpsec-pki-profiles.
>> 
>> Unfortunately, a router certificate is already mentioned in existing wg drafts.
> 
> Sandy,
> 
> Since the WG is proceeding with the BGPSEC protocol and architecture,
> there is a need for a cert profile for routers. It also makes sense to have
> these certs be tied to the RPLI, since theses certs are linked to the
> AS# of the net with which the router is associated.  So, I believe that
> WG members (including me?) were not paying attention for this call for adoption.

I for one completely missed the CfA[0]…. and, had I not, would have supported adoption….

> 
> Can we have a do over :-)?
> 

Yah, please…

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[0]: Sorry, I've been reading too many of the OAM discussions and figured I wasn't cool if I didn't unnecessarily abbreviate….


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