Re: [tcpm] WGLC: draft-ietf-tcpm-tcpsecure-10.txt

"Anantha Ramaiah (ananth)" <ananth@cisco.com> Tue, 02 September 2008 03:49 UTC

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Joe,
 
> 
> However, I would be glad to credit Ananth with the large 
> number of 'attacks' on Postel's RFC793 design principle, "be 
> liberal in what you accept from others" from 1981. ;-)

Now, don't put me in attacker's shoes! :-) 

My point was : TCP secure has been hanging around for about 3 years and
other drafts which have been published later (some of which have become
RFC), all of them seem to want to add/change/modify a reference to those
in TCP secure, which keeps popping up now and then! I have no issues,
whatsoever, for putting relevant references, it is just that it it is
beginning to feel like a routine thing and that prompted my response to
Fernando about citing TCP secure as a reference in some of the those
drafts. 

I also agree that Watson's document should be mentioned in all these
drafts since it is the one which started talking about "slipping in the
window RST's......."

-Anantha

-Anantha
> 
> Joe
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