Cisco's Statement of IPR claimed in draft-ietf-sidr-roa-validation-03.txt
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Submitted Date: November 2, 2009
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Title: Cisco's Statement of IPR claimed in draft-ietf-sidr-roa-validation-03.txt
Date: November 2, 2009
From: Michael Lee
Cisco is the owner of US Patent Application Serial No. 12/243,767
relating to the subject matter of "Validation of Route Origination in
BGP using the Resource Certificate PKI and ROAs"
This unpublished patent application contains the following text:
"One embodiment validates or invalidates a route received in a Border
Gateway Protocol (BGP) update message. A route is validated in response
to determining that the originating autonomous system specified in the
AS_Path attribute for the route in a received BGP update message has
authority to advertise the route and/or whether or not multiple
autonomous systems identified in the AS_Path attribute of the update
message is authorized to advertise the route, possibly in a particular
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