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I-D ACTION:draft-jones-opsec-00.txt



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	Title		: Network Security Requirements for Devices Implementing
                          Internet Protocol
	Author(s)	: G. Jones
	Filename	: draft-jones-opsec-00.txt
	Pages		: 65
	Date		: 2003-6-9
	
This document defines a list of security requirements for devices
that implement the Internet Protocol (IP).  These requirements apply
to devices that makeup the network core infrastructure (such as
routers and switches) as well other devices that implement IP (e.g.,
cable modems, personal firewalls,hosts). A framework is defined for
specifying 'profiles', which are collections of devices applicable to
certain classes of devices. The goal is to provide consumers of
network equipment a clear, concise way of communicating their
security requirements to vendors of such equipment. Please send any
COMMENTS TO: 'opsec-comment@ops.ietf.org'.  ALSO SEE 'http://
www.port111.com/opsec/opsec-meta.txt'.

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