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Re: md5 for bgp tcp sessions
- From: Joe Abley
- Date: Thu Jun 23 10:55:15 2005
On 2005-06-23, at 09:57, Eric Gauthier wrote:
Just in case it's not obvious to any onlookers here, Eric was talking
about using MD5 authentication in OSPF adjacencies, and Todd is
talking about using the TCP MD5 signature option (RFC2385) between
Honestly, I completely agree with you that MD5'ing our OSPF
likely need to make modifications to our IGP/EGP setup. Though
OSPF multicast traffic, we wanted to add in MD5 passwords to our
just a quick comment here. i would encourage you not to do that.
a great idea (I've so far stalled its roll-out).
They are two different things (although they both involve routing
protocols and the MD5 algorithm): not all arguments for or against
one will apply to the other.