Information technology -- Telecommunications and exchange between information technology systems -- Requirements for local and metropolitan area networks -- Part 1AE: Media access control (MAC) security —TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1: Tag control information figure
Technologies de l'information -- Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes informatiques -- Exigences pour les réseaux locaux et métropolitains -- Partie 1AE: Sécurité du contrôle d'accès aux supports (MAC) -- RECTIFICATIF TECHNIQUE 1: Figure relative aux informations de contrôle de marquage
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO/IEC 8802-1AE:2020
TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION • МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ПО СТАНДАРТИЗАЦИИ • ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION
INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION • МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ ЭЛЕКТРОТЕХНИЧЕСКАЯ КОМИССИЯ • COMMISSION ÉLECTROTECHNIQUE INTERNATIONALEInformation technology — Telecommunications and exchange
between information technology systems — Requirements for
local and metropolitan area networks —
Media access control (MAC) security
TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1: Tag control information figure
Technologies de l'information — Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes informatiques — Exigencespour les réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Partie 1AE: Sécurité du contrôle d'accès aux supports (MAC)
RECTIFICATIF TECHNIQUE 1
Technical Corrigendum 1 to ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-1AE:2020/Cor 1 was prepared by Joint Technical Committee
ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology, Subcommittee SC 6, Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems, in collaboration with IEEE. The identical text is published as IEEE Std802.1AE-2018/Cor 1-2020.
ICS 35.110 Ref. No. ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-1AE:2020/Cor.1:2021(E)
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Abstract: How all or part of a network can be secured transparently to peer protocol entities that
use the MAC Service provided by IEEE 802® LANs to communicate is specified in this standard.
MAC security (MACsec) provides connectionless user data confidentiality, data frame integrity, anddata origin authenticity.
Keywords: authorized port, confidentiality, corrigendum, data origin authenticity, IEEE 802.1AE™,
integrity, LANs, local area networks, MAC Bridges, MAC security, MAC Service, MANs,
metropolitan area networks, port-based network access control, secure association, security,transparent bridging
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