AES-CMAC uses the AES cipher block to provide a 128-bit message
authentication code (MAC). The document provides clear guidelines
on the use of AES-CMAC, test vectors, and test code.
Working Group Summary
This is an individual submission.
The AES-CMAC is one of choices for the message authentication
code (MAC) and key derivation function (KDF) supported in
IEEE 802.16e. We believe that AES-CMAC has been immplemented by
INTEL, Runcom and SAMSUNG for their IEEE 802.16e-compliant products.
We believe that other vendors develop or have developed AES-CMAC for
their IEEE 802.16e-compliant products.
This document was reviewed by Russ Housley for the IESG.
Note to RFC Editor
Please delete the reference to [RFC1750] in the informative references.
This document is not referenced in the text:
[RFC1750] Eastlake 3rd, D., Crocker, S., and J. Schiller,
"Randomness Recommendations for Security", RFC 1750,