[SCION] SCION SIG
matthias.frei at inf.ethz.ch
Tue Nov 10 11:40:01 CET 2020
> Currently SIG can be configured between two ASes.
> Is there a simple way for endhosts to use these SIGs ?
yes, this is how the SIG is intended to be used. The node running the SIG will act just like a normal IP router. You'll have to enable ip forwarding (see e.g. here http://www.upubuntu.com/2012/12/how-to-enable-ip-forwarding-under.html) on the SIG nodes, and, of course, you'll need to configure the routing tables both on the SIG nodes and the end hosts.
> Its known that the network could be defined in the SIG configuration, but would it work for globally non routable IP ?
Yes, you can use both routable or non-routable IP networks.
Hope this helps.
From: SCION <scion-bounces at lists.inf.ethz.ch> on behalf of Chandrashekar Dheeraj <dheeraj.chandrashekar at aalto.fi>
Sent: Tuesday, 10 November 2020 11:15:44 AM
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Subject: [SCION] SCION SIG
Use Case - Two IP endhosts under different ASes should be reachable over SCION network using SIG.
Currently SIG can be configured between two ASes.
Is there a simple way for endhosts to use these SIGs ?
Its known that the network could be defined in the SIG configuration, but would it work for globally non routable IP ?
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