IPsec Key Exchange using a Controller
draft-carrel-ipsecme-controller-ike-01

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Abstract

This document presents a key exchange method allowing devices managed by a controller (e.g., an SDN management station) to create private pair-wise IPsec SAs without IKEv2 or any other direct peer-to-peer session establishment messages. The method can be used when a full mesh of IKEv2 sessions between IPsec devices is not appropriate.

Authors

David Carrel (carrel@cisco.com)
Brian Weis (bew.stds@gmail.com)

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