TCP Client Identity Protocol (ident) Concluded WG
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|WG||Name||TCP Client Identity Protocol|
|Area||Security Area (sec)|
|Dependencies||Document dependency graph (SVG)|
Major St. Johns
Charter for Working Group
The TCP Client Identity Protocol Working Group is chartered to define
a protocol for returning the identity of the user initiating a TCP
connection. When a client on host A initiates a TCP connection to
host B, host B may query a server on host A to determine the identity
of the client on host A. The primary purpose of this protocol is to
record the identity of requesters initiating a connection.
This work is a clarification and standardization of the Experimental
Protocol currently published as RFC 931.
|Done||Review implementations, and resolve outstanding issues in preparation for Draft Standard.|
|Done||Submit the Identity Server Protocol to the IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard.|
|Done||Post an Internet-Draft of the revised RFC 931 Identity Server Protocol.|