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Re: IPv6, IPSEC and DoS

  • From: David Barak
  • Date: Mon Jan 03 11:12:56 2005
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--- Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch@muada.com> wrote:

> If you can then enforce the port->MAC->IP mappings
> you're pretty much 
> bullet proof. I know there are switches that can
> handle the port->MAC 
> part. An alternative for the MAC->IP part would be
> the TCP MD5 option 
> or IPsec.
> 
> 

I guess it's true that everything old is new again:
isn't this effectively circuit-switching?  If you're
dedicating network elements to particular hosts in a
non-dynamic manner, doesn't that make your
infrastructure effectively a PBX, where moving
{device} from one room to the next requires a a
technician's assistance?

-David Barak


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