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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Panel: BGP Security Requirements—An Overview of Current Work in the IETF
Meeting: NANOG33
Date / Time: 2005-01-31 11:15am - 12:00pm
Room: Pavilion 9
Presenters: Speakers:

Tony Tauber, MIT Lincoln Lab

A co-Chair of the RPSEC Working group in the IETF, Tony Tauber has many years of experience in the deployment and operation of ISP networks. Since begining with BBN running the NEARnet, BARRnet and SURAnet regional networks, he subsequently worked for that company through its name-changes as GTE, Genuity, and eventual acquisition by Level3. Currently at MIT\'s Lincoln Laboratory, Tony now builds networks in support of government research and development.
Blaine Christian, KMC Telecom Solutions.
Sandy Murphy, Sparta.
Danny McPherson, Arbor.
Abstract: The purpose of this panel is to review the current state of the BGP Security Requirements draft being worked on in the IETF\'s Routing Protocol Security Requirements (RPSEC) Working Group. Our goal is to increase operator community awareness of the document and solicit the community\'s input.
Files: pdfBlaine Christian Presentation(PDF)
youtubePanel: BGP Security Requirements—An Overview of Current Work in the IETF
pdfSandy Murphy Presentation(PDF)
pdfTony Tauber Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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