Re: [sidr] Stephen Farrell's No Objection on draft-ietf-sidr-rpki-rtr-rfc6810-bis-08: (with COMMENT)

Randy Bush <> Thu, 16 February 2017 00:29 UTC

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> - section 9: What's the background to removing the statement
> that one of TCP-AO ssh etc SHOULD be used? What is the reality
> of deployments here? I assume it is not TCP-AO anyway but does
> TLS or SSH get used?

TCP-AO never maaterialized.

off-hand, i can not think of a way to measure who is using what, but i
have this horrible suspicion it's all "it's all inside our domain of
control, so let's just run nekkid."

> - various places: I think 6810 was correct in using "that" and
> not "which" in many places. I realise that's a fairly frequent
> style thing that gets toggled though, but I bet the RFC editor
> sets a load of those back to "that" :-)

chicago style.  the rfced and we amuse ourselves over that one.  which
is why rfced gets the big bucks.