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RE: Review of draft-ietf-radext-vlan-02.txt
Bernard Aboba writes...
This looks OK, too. Just rearranged a bit. Let me add a couple of
editorial changes I had made in the version I submitted as a formal
RADEXT issue to your text, in-line, below:
> "The attributes described in this
> document apply to a single instance of a NAS port, or more
> specifically an IEEE 802.1Q bridge port. The underlying IEEE
> 802 standards, upon which this work is based,
> do not currently
as listed in the references section, do not
> recognize finer management granularity than "per
> port". In some cases, such as with IEEE 802.11 wireless
> LANs, the concept of a "virtual port" is used in place of the
> physical port. Such virtual ports are typically based on
> security associations and scoped by station, or MAC address.
> The attributes defined in this document are
> applied on per user basis and it is expected that there is a single
> per port; however in some cases that port may be a "virtual
> If a NAS implementation conforming to this document
> supports "virtual ports", it may be possible to provision
> those "virtual ports" with unique values of the attributes
> described in this document, allowing multiple users sharing
> the same physical port to
> have a unique set of authorization parameters."
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