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RE: Reply to review comments from Pekka Savola (1 of ?)
> I will point out that SNMPv3 isn't mentioned in RFC3631, and SNMPv3 is a
> full standard for secure Internet network management. SNMPv3 uses some
> of the primitives identified in RFC3631 to provide the security. SNMPv3
> was designed to be able to change which primitives are used, so new
> primitives can be used as they become available, and stronger (or
> weaker) primitives can be used that best meet deployment requirements.
> I think "See [RFC3631] for a current list of mechanisms that can be used
> to support secure management." is not helpful. As Jeff Schiller used to
> say, "just use IPSec" isn't enough; you need to describe how it will
> interact with other protocols to provide a secure environment.
Do you think a table in the examples section listing currently
available accpetable options (e.g. protocols) for each managment
function would be better/sufficient ?