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RE: Control Plane Security of ISP Network
Does anyone have a clear definition of "in-band" vs. "out-of-band" in this
For example, can we consider anything that contacts the same interface as
data traffic "in-band"?
(i.e. IPSec or SSL connection for management)
Or can it be over the same network, just a different interface (VLAN)?
Or does it have to be separate interface/separate network (NOC)?
Or does it have to be completely non-ip (serial-port)?
All of these scenarios are in use today. In my opinion, in-band would
probably fall somewhere around VLANs (my theoretical half says they're OOB,
but my practical half can still connect the dots).
From: Bora Akyol (bora) [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2005 10:47 AM
To: Smith, Donald; pmrn; Miao Fuyou
Cc: Merike Kaeo; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: RE: Control Plane Security of ISP Network
May want to i
May want to include a requirement to the document:
Under no circumstance will there be a separation of faith between the
control and the data planes; that is, control plane thinks everything is
solid, and the data plane is out cold, or vice versa.
Personally, I think we can do a lot to protect the control traffic even
when it is in-band that such a separation is unnecessary.
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