Hannes Tschofenig

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Archive for September, 2007

Sep
27
2007

After a confusing discussion in the P2PSIP working group I thought it might be good to ask the group about the availability of implementations. I got a lot of responses: HIP-HOP XPP-PCAN RELOAD AG Projects Rhodes University HIIT (p2psip-with-hip) OverSim University of Hamburg BUPT Let’s see when running code is available to the public.

Sep
27
2007

The status update f0r September 2007 can be found here.

Sep
25
2007

Dan Wing posted an interesting article to the VOIPSEC mailing list.  The paper is available here: http://www.uninformed.org/?v=8&a=3&t=txt Abstract: Real-time Transfer Protocol (RTP) is used by nearly all Voice-over-IP systems to provide the audio channel for calls.  As such, it provides ample opportunity for the creation of a covert communication channel due to its very nature.  […]

Sep
19
2007

— Great to hear that more and more tools are made available that make our life with the daily IETF work easier. The IETF Secretariat is pleased to announce the deployment of the Internet-Draft Submission Tool (IDST)-Phase I. The IDST is a Web-based application that will allow an IETF participant to submit an Internet-Draft online, […]

Sep
19
2007

Developing standards to provide emergency services support for Voice over IP is a challenging and time consuming task. A number of organizations around the world are working hard to extend their protocols and architectures to allow users to summon help using IP-based technology. Coordination between the different organizations and groups is important to avoid gaps, […]

Sep
18
2007

“The MIT Kerberos Consortium was created to establish Kerberos as the universal authentication platform for the world’s computer networks”, as described at http://www.kerberos.org/. Kerberos has not received a lot of attention in the past few years in the entire identity management discussion. Proposals like OpenID, CardSpace, and SAML are the new stars (althought they reinvent […]

Sep
16
2007

A new review team is about to be created. In this case, the review team is for the IETF Real-time Applications and Infrastructure (RAI) Area. Here is some info about it: * FAQ * Team members * Guidelines Other areas also have similar review teams but each review team typically follows different guidelines. Examples are: […]




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