DIAMETER Resource Management Extensions
draft-calhoun-diameter-res-mgmt-08

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Abstract

DIAMETER is an authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) protocol used for network access services, such as dial-up (NASREQ) and Mobile IP. Some DIAMETER servers maintain state information of active sessions on the access servers, which is used mostly to enforce some local policy decisions. This extension describes an extension to the DIAMETER protocol that allows the server to query for active session state information from access servers in order to rebuild state information should it be lost for any reason.

Authors

Pat Calhoun (pcalhoun@cisco.com)

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