07-437r2 -- SA Creation with tabular algorithm sets
roweber at IEEE.org
Wed Oct 17 13:37:37 PDT 2007
* From the T10 Reflector (t10 at t10.org), posted by:
* Ralph Weber <roweber at ieee.org>
I was not very thrilled with the wording when I wrote it.
I was/am also concerned about the replication of requirements
statements in the table introductory sentence and the table
footnote, but I am also worried about the table being clear
about how it contributes to the requirements.
I anticipate hammering these words into shape during the
next Security conference call. I have noted your proposed
rewrite for discussion at that time.
All the best,
Kevin D Butt wrote:
> I am concerned that the text <<In the Device Server Capabilities step,
> the device server shall return parameter data containing at least the
> SCSI cryptographic algorithm descriptors (see 184.108.40.206) shown in one
> row of table x3.>> might not be interpreted to mean that the returned
> parameter data contains every algorithm from the entire row of at
> least one row.
> I am not sure how to state it clearly. Perhaps this would be better.
> In the Device Server Capabilities step, the device server shall return
> parameter data containing the IKEv2-
> SCSI cryptographic algorithm descriptors (see 220.127.116.11) in at least one
> complete row shown in table x3.
> Kevin D. Butt
> SCSI & Fibre Channel Architect, Tape Firmware
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> *Ralph Weber <roweber at IEEE.org>*
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> 10/15/2007 06:42 PM
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> 07-437r2 -- SA Creation with tabular algorithm sets
> * From the T10 Reflector (t10 at t10.org), posted by:
> * Ralph Weber <roweber at ieee.org>
> As recommended by the Security Conference Call this morning,
> I have built an algorithms-sets table with the six IKEv2-
> SCSI cryptographic algorithm descriptor names forming columns
> and the grouped sets forming rows.
> I am at a loss to explain why this elegant idea never occurred
> to me, but there it is ... and the resulting table looks very
> slick (if I do say so myself).
> Check it out for yourself at:
> All the best,
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