Re: Network Security


Richard Childers (avsd!childers@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU)
4 Dec 88 22:14:29 GMT


In article <26314@bu-cs.BU.EDU> kwe@bu-cs.BU.EDU (kwe@bu-it.bu.edu (Kent W. England)) writes:

> In order to have secure networks, we need network routing
>information exchange and network management protocols that are
>authenticated, robust, and secure against spoofing and malicious
>disruption.

And dedicated storage for detailed traffic logs ...

> We need some *serious* authentication capability in SNMP.

I hope it's not mandatory ... it adds overhead that's not always needed.

> Kent England, Boston University

-- richard

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