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Security inside AS

  • From: Glen Kent
  • Date: Thu Jan 19 01:49:35 2006
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I understand that in theory we need to protect our IGPs from all sorts
of attacks.

But do we really have service providers who enable authentication
(MD5, etc) inside their ASes for their IGPs (OSPF/IS-IS)?