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RE: Review of RADIUS Digest-07 Document
[when responding, it is probably best to only copy the radiusext
WG list and not the AAA WG list.]
Do the new rev is available, in fact has been since Mar 8th.
Do we have consensus that this is now OK and that we can check
if security ADs are also happy, and as a result we can then
also finish the draft-ietf-aaa-diameter-sip-app-xx.txt document?
It would be really great if we can finalize (i.e. get acceptable
I-Ds posted) by Wed at the latest, so we can try and clear these
2 documents for approval.
Pleas keep in mind my response to the updated version:
> Wolfgang wrote:
> my main focus for the -07 version was to address the 'discuss'
> points from the IESG site.
In fact, since the document was (and basically still is) in IESG evaluation,
I think the WG should not add new issues/concerns unless there is a FATAL
FLAW that we discovered late.
Bert (speaking as one of the ADs).
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> Subject: [AAA-WG]: Review of RADIUS Digest-07 Document
> A new version of the RADIUS Digest document has been
> submitted in response
> to IETF last call and IESG DISCUSS comments. Until the
> specification ends
> up on the archive, it is available here:
> When it ends up on the archive, it will be available here:
> Please examine this new version of the document to see whether it
> addresses the open issues, which were filed on the RADEXT WG
> issues list:
> These include the following:
> Issue # Title Owner
> ---------- ------------------------- ----------------------
> 150 IANA Considerations John Loughney
> 151 Another review Kurt Zeilenga
> 152 Review Alexey Melnikov
> 159 Negotiation Wolfgang Beck
> 162 Nonce Replay Issue Wolfgang Beck
> 173 Client Nonce Generation Sam Hartman
> 174 Review Russ Housley
> 175 Some NITs Bert Wijnen
> In particular, the following questions should have been addressed:
> * Handling of client/server nonce generation (comments from
> Sam Hartman,
> Glen Zorn and others)
> * Extensibility for new algorithms (Russ Housley)
> * Editorial comments (many)
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