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RE: Is it okay to break RADIUS? (was RADIUS V2)
> We may have simply changed the threshold of what we mean by "break".
Could you please elaborate on this "changed threshold" for breaking RADIUS
comment? I heard from a big network operator that any modification to
existing RADIUS protocol use/ attribute formats is a BIG No No.
>I will also observe that the changes in the pending charter
>that (a) emphasize RADIUS/Diameter interoperability and
>migration, (b) encourage rationalization of attribute data
>models and (c) require considerations for complex data types,
>were introduced during the IESG review of the charter. It is
>my understanding that these changes are not subject to WG consensus.
Sorry to hear that IETF/IESG may take the direction of NOT listing to what
the industry has to say. It is rather dangerous to let a few people to
decide what the industry will do.
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