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Table 9.5 Certificate Payload Format according to ISAKMP RFC 2408 01234567012345670123456701234567 Next Payload Cert. type reserved Payload length
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Table 9.6 Certificate Request Payload Format according to ISAKMP RFC 2408 01234567012345670123456701234567 Next Payload Cert. type reserved Payload length
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provided or how irrelevant certificates or multiple certificates or certificate payloads without CA information are handled. ISAKMP defines a Hash (HASH) payload is defined to carry a pointer to the certificate. The pointer can then be used to locate the actual certificate.
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9.3.1 Exchange of Certificates within IKE
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X.509 signature certificates: These are certificates that are used for signing purposes. If an entity receives a CERTREQ that includes this data type but does not support signing certificates, it should ignore the request. The profiling recommends against sending unsolicited certificate data (CERT payloads). In other words, an entity that has not sent any CERTREQ payloads during an exchange, should not expect a CERT payload. The
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profiling work does not consider other types of certificates such as X.509 key exchange certificates. It is allowed to send multiple certificates as long as they are sent in multiple payloads. Certificate revocation lists (CRL): Since ISAKMP limits the maximum size of 64K for CERT payload, many CRLs cannot be transferred within ISAKMP. The profiling work recommends against generating CERTREQ payloads, where the certificate type is certificate revocation list . If a peer receives a CERTREQ that includes a CRL as the certificate type, the peer should ignore the request. Authority revocation lists (ARL): ARLs are basically the same as CRLs, except that they only list CA-certificates that have been revoked. The treatment of this data type is similar to treatment of CRLs. PKCS #7 wrapped X.509 certificate: This type only indicates that the certificate-related material is wrapped inside a PKCS #7. The profiling work recommends against including this type inside a CERTREQ payload. Implementations receiving a CERTREQ including this type may accept the request and treat it as if it were an X.509 signature certificate.
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