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Re: Radius-Geopriv: Who adds location information
> > ==> Is it so sure that NAS is always the source of location information?
> > Couldn't we have scenarios where the location information is added by
> > the RADIUS proxy in the visited network, because the NAS is not able
> > to retrieve the user's location for instance?
> This seems quite likely, in fact.
> [hannes] we might not have mentioned this explicitly but we made no
> restrictions with regard to the endity that may add location information
> (e.g., the nas or a proxy).
To be clear, we are talking about a AAA proxy adding the location of the
NAS. I'm not sure why a NAS would even send user location information if
it had no way of estimating this better than knowing that the user had
authenticated to it. Since a AAA proxy will not know the user location,
only the NAS location, I don't see how it could add it.
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