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RE: REMINDER: RADEXT WG Last call on "Extended RADIUS Attributes"
David B. Nelson <mailto:// firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Alan DeKok writes...
> > Inserting *other* attributes in between a fragemented attribute
> > is annoying and pointless. It's better to forbid this, and to
> > declare that packets failing this test are malformed, and SHOULD
> > be silently discarded.
> I think this would introduce a new, non-backwards-compatible
> Today, RADIUS requires that attributes of the same type not be re-
> ordered in
> the PDU, e.g. by proxies. There is no such requirement for attributes
> differing types.
I believe that he meant that all fragments of a given attribute must be
contiguous in the original packet...
> > What does "Foo(0,4)" mean?
> I suppose it means the TLV with Type Code 4, assigned within the IETF
> allocation, i.e. Attribute 26, Vendor-ID 0.
This would be a perfectly reasonable interpretation, but it actually means
"octets 0-4 of attribute Foo".
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