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Routing Authentication Using A Database of Long-Lived Cryptographic Keys

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Author Russ Housley
Last updated 2010-11-07
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This document describes the application of a database of long-lived cryptographic keys to establish session-specific cryptographic keys to support authentication services in routing protocols. Keys may be established between two peers for pair-wise communications, or between groups of peers for multicast traffic.


Russ Housley

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