saku at ytti.fi
Sun Nov 18 16:00:35 UTC 2018
On Sun, 18 Nov 2018 at 17:35, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu> wrote:
> I've found my fair share of IS-IS bugs since I began using it back in 2007 (when SRC ruled the roost on 7200/7600). What matters is that stuff gets fixed.
In 7600 it is simply not possible because of hardware limitation. I'd
be surprised if 7600 was alone here.
But does this actually matter? Probably not. I assume we have
functional market, and if there was business case in having secure
control-planes we would have them. Networks work because no one is
motivated to attack the infrastructure, not because we can or have
I expect in time of crisis all state actors can disable the
infrastructure in matter of minutes, as they likely have collection of
these problems that control-plane protection has. But we will probably
fix the infrastructure in matter of days, so probably even then not a
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