The Network Access Server
draft-beadles-nas-01

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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-beadles-nas-01.txt

Abstract

The Network Access Server is the initial entry point to a network for the majority of users of network services. It is the first device in the network to provide services to an end user, and acts as a gateway for all further services. As such, its importance to users and ser- vice providers alike is paramount. However, the concept of a Network Access Server has grown up over the years without being formally defined or analyzed. This document offers a framework for the defini- tion and analysis of a modern Network Access Server.

Authors

Mark Beadles (mbeadles@smartpipes.com)

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