[ipv6hackers] Implications of IPv6 on network firewalls
Eric Vyncke (evyncke)
evyncke at cisco.com
Tue Mar 27 09:16:34 CEST 2012
I also have strong doubts that IPsec will be used everywhere to everywhere: too complex do and it would also make firewall and IPsec blind which is probably not what some network/security people want to do.
Regarding the secure printing, like Marc I have seen applications where it is more about being physically present when the pages are printed and not so much about sending encrypted data to the printer.
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> >>> I guess your assessment is good for the environment, since I
> >>> consider it unlikely for, say, printers to ship with all the
> >>> machinerary necessary to make the printing job work over IPsec (over
> >> http://h30046.www3.hp.com/large/solutions/JetDirect635n_WW_DS_Rev_1.p
> >> df ;-)
> >> Secure printing is an important issue in a major enterprise... not to
> >> be underrated...
> > Do you know many cases where they currently rely on that?
> I know several companies who wanted to have a secure printing environment,
> but due cost and support etc they implemented - dunno the official name for
> it - "print where you are" with a contactless smartcard plus user
> what I am sure about is that quite some companies will have it in their
> buying requirements, just because they think they might enable it in the
> but I doubt that the ipsec way will ever be deployed expect in very small
> organisations or those with very high security requirements like military.
> although the overhead is manageble on Windows devices, it is a bit more for
> Cisco and such printers, and too much of a burder for everything else where
> it is not automated out of the box to distribute the certificates. (NAS, old
> printers, Unix servers, office automation, etc.)
> the cost to move to ipsec is high, and it limits the flexibility of the
> network, e.g. moving devices, changing ip addresses.
> Marc Heuse
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