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Secure Configuration of IPsec-Enabled Network Devices
draft-ietf-ipsec-secconf-00

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (ipsec WG)
Authors Michael StJohns , Scott G. Kelly
Last updated 1998-10-14
Stream Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
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Abstract

Remote configuration of network devices which implement IPsec- related services is desirable as a matter of convenience and of scale. In some cases, these devices are installed on a network with no prior configuration. In such cases, secure mechanisms for bootstrap configuration are required. In this document the associated issues are examined, and a multi-tiered approach is proposed from which a specific method may be selected based upon the security requirements of the environment in which the security device exists. While the primary devices considered here are security gateways and bump-in-the-wire encryptors, many of the resulting conclusions may extend to other devices, including host IPsec implementations.

Authors

Michael StJohns
Scott G. Kelly

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