Beyond 64KB Limit of IKEv2 Payload
draft-tjhai-ikev2-beyond-64k-limit-00

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Authors C. Tjhai  , Tobias Heider  , Valery Smyslov 
Last updated 2021-05-03 (latest revision 2020-10-30)
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Abstract

The maximum Internet Key Exchange Version 2 (IKEv2) payload size is limited to 64KB. This makes IKEv2 not usable for conservative post- quantum cryptosystem whose public-key is larger than 64KB. This document describes the mechanisms and considerations to exchange such large key-establishment data in IKEv2.

Authors

C. Tjhai (cjt@post-quantum.com)
Tobias Heider (me@tobhe.de)
Valery Smyslov (svan@elvis.ru)

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