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Common Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) Implementation Issues and Suggested Fixes

Note: This ballot was opened for revision 04 and is now closed.

Summary: Needs 9 more YES or NO OBJECTION positions to pass.

Jari Arkko

Comment (2007-09-04 for -08)

> The CPE may also require a delegated prefix for its own use, if it is
> decrementing the Time To Live (TTL) field of IP headers.  In that
> case, it should be delegated a prefix by the NAS via the Delegated-
> IPv6-Prefix attribute.  [RFC4818].  If the CPE is not decrementing
> TTL, it does not require a delegated prefix.

Time To Live is called Hop Limit in IPv6, and since this is
an IPv6 specific Section, perhaps this is the name that you
should use.

[Chris Newman]

Comment (2007-07-05 for -)

>   inclusion of an Event-Timestampt attribute, for example, then

[Sam Hartman]

Comment (2007-07-05 for -)

I am concerned about how this draft seems to break the ability to
negotiate future extensions.  In particular the recommendation that
client should treat access-accept with unknown attributes as
access-reject seems problematic.  However this issue seems to have
been discussed sufficiently so this is only a comment.

[Tim Polk]

Comment (2007-07-03 for -)

I personally find this text in the last sentence in section 2.1.1 to be unclear:

"neither including an authentication attribute nor a Service-Type attribute"

I suggest rewriting this sentence, deleting the double negative for clarity.