RFC 3971, "SEcure Neighbor Discovery (SEND)", March 2005Source of RFC: send (int)
Errata ID: 3536
Status: Held for Document Update
Publication Format(s) : TEXT
Reported By: Alfred Hoenes
Date Reported: 2007-05-14
Held for Document Update by: Ralph Droms
Date Held: 2013-03-10
Section 6.4.1 says:
| ICMP length (derived from the IP length) MUST be 8 or more octets.
It should say:
| The ICMP length (derived from the IP length) MUST be greater than 8 octets.
The last paragraph of Section 6.4.1, at the bottom of page 31, has several issues.
First of all, this sentence apparently does *not* belong to the
discussion of `Valid Options` above it; hence, it should be indented
one step less.
Next, I propose to add an initial article, 'The'.
But most importantly, I suspect that the ICMP lenght specification,
>= 8 , in fact should be: > 8 .
Unfortunately I cannot find a precise statement specifying clearly
that the Trust Anchor option is mandatory in the Certification Path
Solicitation Message, but the explanation 9 lines before the end of
The first (or only) Trust Anchor option MUST contain a DER
Encoded X.501 Name; see Section 6.4.3.
IMHO in fact does imply this.
If that is correct, the final line should be updated as above.
Ralph Droms - verifier note:
As the current text is not incorrect and there is some question about the issue, I will mark the errata as "hold for document update"