Do Not Complicate Routing Security with Voodoo Economics
jrex at CS.Princeton.EDU
Sun Sep 4 14:27:07 CDT 2011
Yes, as the brief write-up says, the group will make "recommendations regarding the adoption" (e.g., suggesting effective strategies for incremental deployment) of "procedures and protocols based on existing work" (e.g., RPKI, BGP-SEC, etc.). In any case, if our current wording is unclear, we can easily revise it to clarify our goals.
On Sep 4, 2011, at 1:56 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
>> As one of the co-chairs of this working group, I'd like to chime in to
>> clarify the purpose of this group. Our goal is to assemble a group of
>> vendors and operators (not "publish or perish" academics) to discuss and
>> recommend effective strategies for incremental deployment of security
>> solutions for BGP (e.g., such as the ongoing RPKI and BGP-SEC work). It
>> is not to design new security protocols or to "write policy and
>> procedures for operators"
> This Working Group will recommend the framework for an industry
> agreement regarding the adoption of secure routing procedures and
> protocols based on existing work in industry and research. The
> framework will include specific technical procedures and protocols. The
> framework will be proposed in a way suitable for opt-in by large
> Internet Service Providers...
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