Security Considerations for Networks Using SRv6
draft-perkins-sr-security-00

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Abstract

This document identifies various threats to networks employing segment routing over an IPv6 transport. Segment Routing inherits potential security vulnerabilities from source routing in general, and from label-switching approaches such as MPLS. The document discusses how common security vulnerabilities may be present in SRv6 networks, depending on the security policies that are imposed.

Authors

Charles Perkins (charlie.perkins@futurewei.com)

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