Assertion Values for Resource Priority Header and SIP Priority Header Claims in Support of Emergency Services Networks
RFC 9027

Note: This ballot was opened for revision 06 and is now closed.

Murray Kucherawy Yes

Alvaro Retana No Objection

Comment (2021-02-22 for -06)
The references to rfc2119/rfc8174 should be Normative.

Benjamin Kaduk No Objection

Comment (2021-02-23 for -06)
Section 3

   Similar to the values allowed by [RFC8443] for the "auth" JSON object
   key inside the "rph" claim, the string "esnet.x" with the appropriate

(nit) I suggest s/allowed/defined/, since RFC 8443 assumes the auth
array will be extensible.

Section 4

   The following is an example of an "sph" claim for SIP 'Priority'
   header field with the value "psap-callback":


(nit) the listed "iat" value corresponds to a date in 2015.  Should
something more current be used?

Section 5

   The order of the claim keys MUST follow the rules of [RFC8225]
   Section 9; the claim keys MUST appear in lexicographic order.

We probably want to clarify that this requirement is in force for the
deterministic JSON serialization used for signature generation (and
validation).  Especially so since the immediately preceding example has
the claims in a different order...

Section 9

Thanks to Kyle Rose for the secdir review!
Kyle called out the considerations from RFCs 8225 and 8443 as also being
relevant (and I agree); please reference those as well as RFC 8224.

Erik Kline No Objection

Martin Duke No Objection

Martin Vigoureux No Objection

Robert Wilton No Objection

Comment (2021-02-24 for -06)
Hi, thanks for this document.  Only one minor comment:

Similar to Ben's comment, I was surprised to see the claims listed in a different order than the canonical order in 5.

Roman Danyliw No Objection

Comment (2021-02-24 for -06)
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Thank you to Kyle Rose for the SECDIR review.  As Ben already noted, those additional references that the review pointed would be helpful.

Warren Kumari No Objection

Comment (2021-02-24 for -06)
Thanks to Tianran for the OpsDir review. I agree with him that the document is clear and an easy read.

Éric Vyncke No Objection

(Alissa Cooper; former steering group member) No Objection

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(Barry Leiba; former steering group member) No Objection

No Objection (2021-02-24 for -06)
Just a couple of minor comments that I hope will help:

— Section 1 —

   Compromise of the SIP "Resource-Priority" or "Priority" header fields
   could lead to misuse of network resources (i.e., during congestion

Only during congestion scenarios (“i.e.”), or is that meant to be an example of when misuse might happen?  If truly the former, why is congestion the only time compromise of these fields could lead to misuse of resources?  And could their compromise lead to other kinds of misuse?

— Section 3 —

   The "dest" claim MUST either be a country or
   region specific dial string

A nit, but I had minor trouble reading it at first without the hyphens: it should say “a country- or region-specific dial string”.  Or if you don’t like “country-“, you could say “country-specific or region-specific”.

(Deborah Brungard; former steering group member) No Objection

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(Magnus Westerlund; former steering group member) No Objection

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