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The NFSv4 WG I-D on channel bindings needs review from several IETF WGs.

This I-D, draft-ietf-nfsv4-channel-bindings-00.txt, goes along with the
soon to be published draft-ietf-nfsv4-ccm-03.txt (currently: -02).

We would appreciate feedback from the Cc'ed WGs on several areas as
requested below.  Please cc the appropriate WG lists only in your
replies.

The I-D announcement is included below, including the I-D Abstract.

Thanks,

Nico


Review requests:

 - From all the cc'ed WGs, the security community in general and the
   [concluded] CAT WG mailing list:

    o Please review the generic definition of "channel bindings" in this
      I-D and the concept of "channel bindings" in general.

   (Use the CAT WG list and/or the NFSv4 WG list.)


 - From the IPSEC WG:

    o Please review the IPsec channel construction in this I-D and the
      relevant interface requirements.

    o Please review the IPsec channel bindings construction.

    (Use the IPSEC WG and/or the IPSP WG lists.)

 - From the IPSP WG:

    o Please review the IPsec channel construction in this I-D and the
      relevant interface requirements.

    (Use the IPSEC WG and/or the IPSP WG lists.)


 - From the IPS WG:

    o Please consider the channel bindings concept as a general solution
      to the problems with the iSCSI approach to security ("authenticate
      at iSCSI layer with x, y or z authentication technology, but
      delegate session integrity/confidentiality protection to IPsec").

      See the introduction (section 1) of this I-D for a description of
      the problem with the iSCSI approach to security.

      (I realize that I'm late to the iSCSI party - my goal is not to
       affect the progression of the iSCSI I-Ds to Proposed Standard and
       publication as RFCs, far from it.)

   (Use the IPS WG list.)


 - From the TLS WG:

    o Please review the construction of channel bindings to TLS channels
      given in this I-D.

   (Use the TLS WG list.)


 - From the SECSH WG:

    o Please review the construction of channel bindings to SSHv2
      channels given in this I-D.

   (Use the SECSH WG list.)


 - From the KRB WG:

    o Please review sections 3.3 and 4.5 of this I-D.

   (Use the KRB WG list.)


 - From the SASL WG:

    o Please review section 3.2 of this I-D.

   (Use the SASL WG list.)


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Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 10:50:50 -0400
From: Internet-Drafts@xxxxxxxx
Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-nfsv4-channel-bindings-00.txt
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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.
This draft is a work item of the Network File System Version 4 Working Group of the IETF.

	Title		: On the Use of Channel Bindings to Secure Channels
	Author(s)	: N. Williams
	Filename	: draft-ietf-nfsv4-channel-bindings-00.txt
	Pages		: 14
	Date		: 2003-10-23
	
This document defines and formalizes the concept of channel bindings
   to secure layers and defines the actual contents of channel bindings
   for several secure channels.

   The concept of channel bindings allows applications to prove that the
   end-points of two secure channels are the same by binding
   authentication at one network layer to the session protection
   negotiation at a lower network layer.  The use of channel bindings
   allows applications to delegate session protection to lower layers.

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