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Re: Subtypes

I agree.  Since RADIUS only allows attributes of 253 octets, subtypes are
inherently limited in their functionality.  If it is necessary to support
grouping, the grouping mechanism specified in RFC 2867 can be used.  If
the issue is attribute space and the need can be proven, we can talk about
expansion.  So far I don't see a requirement to change the RADIUS

On Wed, 26 Nov 2003, Jari Arkko wrote:

> I would personally prefer that we stick to the simple
> and existing RADIUS AVP scheme. I am not convinced that
> there is such a large number of subtypes that it would
> have a big impact on performance if they were carried in
> separate AVPs.
> --Jari

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