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RE: RADEXT WG at IETF-66
- To: "Nelson, David" <email@example.com>
- Subject: RE: RADEXT WG at IETF-66
- From: "Glen Zorn \(gwz\)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 18:27:41 -0700
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Nelson, David <> supposedly scribbled:
>> Apparently there's no need, since the method by which
>> "crypto-agility" will be attained has already been decided.
> You've lost me here. The work item is to address the "crypto-agility"
> requirements coming out of SAAG. Could you please elaborate?
Sure: the milestone I had missed says "RADIUS Crypto-agility draft (e.g. FIPS 140-2 compliance for RADIUS) submitted as a Proposed Standard RFC (split out from WLAN attributes draft)"; that says to me that a) there is a goal & b) how that goal will be accomplished (in some detail: "split out from WLAN attributes draft"). What was in the WLAN attributes draft (and presumably will soon be in a new crypto-agility draft) reflected a particular approach & viewpoint; from the wording of the milestone, I can only assume that that is the approach to be taken.
> Decided when? By whom?
I've no idea, but I would think that you would.
Hope this helps,
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