[tcpinc] new drafts of TCP-ENO and tcpcrypt

Daniel B Giffin <dbg@scs.stanford.edu> Wed, 04 October 2017 23:31 UTC

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From: Daniel B Giffin <dbg@scs.stanford.edu>
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Subject: [tcpinc] new drafts of TCP-ENO and tcpcrypt
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We've posted new versions of the TCP-ENO and tcpcrypt
drafts:

  https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/tcpinc/documents/

The changes address the concerns in recent list discussion,
intending to ready the documents for IETF last call.

The TCP-ENO document now makes no reference to tcpcrypt or
TCP-Use-TLS; that is, it does not specify any values for
those protocols in the "TCP encryption protocol identifiers"
IANA registry.

The changes to the tcpcrypt document are, briefly:

  - remove citation from abstract
  - fix IPR text
  - define PRK, OKM before use
  - "session caching" => "session resumption"
  - the segment with last byte of Init1/Init2 "MUST" set PSH
  - define "abort the connection" with reference to RFC793
  - improve language about non-reuse of session secrets
  - "application frame" => "encryption frame"
  - "ignore frame" => "drop TCP segments"
  - clarify FIN/FINp interaction
  - IANA considerations: specify registry names appropriately
    and add "Reference" columns

daniel