Dan Harkins writes:
> Absolutely yes. There are still a lot of IKEv1 implementations out there
> and also there are other protocols that use the IANA registry from IKEv1,
> namely IEEE 802.11-2012. Any curve that you add to the IKEv2 registry
> has to be added to the IKEv1 registry.
Why would any other protocol use IKEv1 IANA registries? Are you now
talking about the authentication method registry or the diffie-hellman
It is bad idea to use registry for any other reason than where it is
created, and adding stuff to IKEv1 IANA registry not for IPsec use,
but for use for some other protocols seems like quite funny.