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Title : Implementation Experience with Policy Error Object in
Identity Policy Element
Author(s) : R. Santitoro, R. Pabbati
Filename : draft-santitoro-rap-policy-errorcodes-00.txt
Pages : 5
Date : 21-Jul-00
This document defines two new ErrorValues for the Policy Error Object, which is part of the Policy Data object [RFC2752]. These new ErrorValues are being defined because the ErrorValues defined in RFC 2752 are not extensive enough for a Policy server(PDP) to control application data flows. Hence this draft is defining two new ErrorValues to provide the host with additional information on the error that caused the RSVP reservation failure.
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