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P1861 Secure Connections in Networking TS #615

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wg21bot opened this issue Oct 15, 2019 · 3 comments
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P1861 Secure Connections in Networking TS #615

wg21bot opened this issue Oct 15, 2019 · 3 comments

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@wg21bot wg21bot commented Oct 15, 2019

P1861R0 Secure Connections in Networking TS (JF Bastien, Alex Christensen)

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@FabioFracassi FabioFracassi added this to C++23 Priority in LEWGBelfast2019 Oct 24, 2019
@FabioFracassi FabioFracassi moved this from C++23 Priority to Thursday Afternoon in LEWGBelfast2019 Oct 30, 2019
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@je4d je4d commented Nov 9, 2019

Design Review

Belfast 2019-11 SG4 Minutes

Champion: Alex Christensen

Minute Taker: Robert Leahy

Session: 2019-11-08, afternoon, after break

Alex advised us that the paper's authors do not actually want us to adopt this design, it is a starting point for discussion. Due to this, we did not take any poll on adopting the proposed design.

Instead, we had a discussion about possible ways of integrating secure networking into the Networking TS design, and took polls to gauge opinion on each of the various approaches discussed. As these were just to gauge opinion, no call was made on whether these polls represent consensus.

POLL: We should aim to provide a way of performing TLS/DTLS that stacks on top of the Net TS transport layer

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POLL: We should provide additional models of the protocol concept that provide TCP+TLS / UDP+DTLS connectivity, that would coexist with TCP/UDP (e.g. basic_stream_socketip::tls_tcp)

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POLL: We should provide an IETF TAPS-like design for establishing connections

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POLL: We should provide a higher level API for performing internet resource requests (e.g. HTTP)

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P1861R1 Secure Networking in C++ (JF Bastien, Alex Christensen, Scott Herscher)

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@je4d je4d commented Jan 31, 2021

Design Review

Telecon 2020-05 SG4 Minutes

Champion: Alex Christensen

Minute Taker: Tom Rodgers

POLL: We should provide additional models of the protocol concept that provide TCP+TLS / UDP+DTLS connectivity, that would coexist with TCP/UDP (e.g. basic_stream_socketip::tls_tcp)

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POLL: The Networking TS should stay as-is. P1861R1 can then add features to it, e.g. a tls_tcp protocol or similar, provided that it is possible to do so in a way that satisfies the goals of P1861

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