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I-D ACTION:draft-tsenevir-smpls-01.txt

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	Title		: Secure MPLS - Encryption and Authentication of MPLS 
	Author(s)	: T. Senevirathne, O. Paridaens
	Filename	: draft-tsenevir-smpls-01.txt
	Pages		: 20
	Date		: 20-Feb-01
This document specifies a mechanism for securing the MPLS data
plane, ie securing any data carried over MPLS. This work is split
into two aspects: use of IKE to establish the required security
association for secure MPLS and  definition of the encapsulation
formats required for the encryption and authentication of MPLS
payloads. Extensions, under the form of a new Domain of
Interpretation, are defined for the use of IKE to set up Security
Associations for secure MPLS.

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