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Re: AW: Review of draft-ietf-geopriv-radius-lo-04.txt
> in a small network (such as a wlan hotspot) it might not really matter
> whether you provide the location of the end host or the nas since it
> might be almost the same (depending on the granularity of the location
> information). a lot depends on the deployment scenario.
Sure. There are some RADIUS servers that might not care. They can
indicate that in their Access-Challenge. But there are other situations
where it *definitely* matters. For example, there are military
installations that most definitely care if the user is on the military
base near the AP, or outside the base attempting to break in using a high
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