[Sea-sec] Action Items from Rome Fall 2016 Meetings - CSTS

Weiss, Howard Howard.Weiss at parsons.com
Thu Apr 20 22:45:04 UTC 2017


I pulled out my original notes.  Now I see what your action item was about.

In the revised green book, there is a section 6.3 called "Impact on Cross Support Services."  This section needed to be revised.  That's your action item - to revise the new section 6.3.  Or at least that's the action item I recorded.

I've attached the latest version of the revised green book for you to look at.



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I don't remember how CSTS came into the discussion at Rome, but if you feel that there is little or nothing to provide for this document, then we should use something else.

The existing document appendix has sections on:

* ESA Telecommand (which will be replaced by a description of Sentinel security)

* ISS (should we delete this or update it?)

* EUMETSAT (Guillaume is tasked to update this)

* STRV (should be deleted)

* ESA ATV (should we keep this or delete it?)

If there is a particular DLR (or DLR in association with another agency) security implementation that you feel is a better fit, then I'd say go for it in place of CSTS.

Any recollections of why CSTS came up last time?



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Dear all,

as mentioned in the Rome MoMs, I had an action item on the Security Protocols GB; it was about providing a section about CSTS.

I had a look in the CSTS CSS WG`s documents and also a discussion with one of my colleagues who is part of that WG.
The so called "framework" - describing the general way of how to set up a CSTS
- is about to beeing published. On top of this framework the WG is working on two concrete CSTS Services for hte transfer of Monotoring Data and Tracking Data between different entities on ground.

Since the SLE services are well-established, they have no plans for building up a service transferring TM/TC/AOS frames. Like that, the changes in the frame format when applying SDLS are - up to now - not relevant for CSTS.
(Nevertheless my colleague was assuming that it should be possible to also define a service for TM/TC/AOS frames as long as they would know the total frame length and the number of the VC.)

Taking into account the above, I`m not sure if we should say something about CSTS in the GB.
What do you think? Any thoughts are highly appreciated.

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