EAP Key Derivation for Multiple Applications
draft-salowey-eap-key-deriv-02

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Abstract

The Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) provides an extensible interface to various authentication mechanisms. Some EAP methods derive cryptographic material between the EAP peers; these keys can be used, for instance, with IEEE 802.11i encryption. This document proposes a mechanism that can be used to derive cryptographically separate keys for more than one cryptographic application, such as protecting subsequent EAP messages, distributing credentials for re- authentication, or handoff mechanisms involving multiple WLAN access points.

Authors

Joseph Salowey (jsalowey@cisco.com)
Pasi Eronen (pe@iki.fi)

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