Trust networking and procedures for Autonomic Networking
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ANIMA                                                        T.S.Choi 
    Internet Draft                                              T.S.Jeong 
    Intended status: Standards Track                                 ETRI 
    Expires: January 13, 2019                                    J.K.Choi 
                                                                  J.S.Han 
                                                                    KAIST 
                                                          October 14, 2018 
      
                                       
     
                                          
              Trust networking and procedures for Autonomic Networking 

                       draft-choi-anima-trust-networking-01 

                                          

       Abstract 

       This document describes trust networking as an application of 
       autonomic networking. The objective of trustworthy autonomic 
       networking is providing trust networking environment where all 
       autonomic nodes can communicate without any security concern. It 
       defines a trust networking domain and describes how to configure and 
       maintain the trust networking domain. While communication within the 
       trust networking domain is done with trust, the communication with 
       external nodes should be done via a specific autonomic service agent 
       (ASA) called "trust gateway". The trust gateway ASA performs trust 
       evaluation of the external nodes and enforces domain specific 
       policies to keep the domain trustworthy. 

        

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                                 Table of Contents 

       1. Introduction ................................................ 4 
       2. Background .................................................. 4 
          2.1. Security Model and its Limitations ...................... 5 
          2.2. Trust Model and Trust Relations ......................... 6 
          2.3. Comparisons of Security and Trust Model ................. 7 
       3. Trust Networking Framework 
                                    ................................... 8 
          3.1. Defining Trust Networking Domain ........................ 9 
          3.2. Protecting Trust Networking Domain ...................... 9 
          3.3. Expanding Trust Networking Domain ...................... 10 
          3.4. Communicating with External Entities ................... 11 
       4. Differences between trust networking and ANIMA security framework
        
        .............................................................. 12 
          4.1. Domain as a Whole 
                                ...................................... 12 
          4.2. Individual Nodes (Domain members) ...................... 13 
          4.3. Domain Boundary........................................ 13 
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