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I-D ACTION:draft-otty-cops-pr-filter-pib-00.txt

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	Title		: A Filtering Policy Information Base (PIB) for Edge 
                          Router Filtering Services
                          and Provisioning via COPS-PR
	Author(s)	: J. Ottensmeyer, M. Bokaemper, K. Roeber
	Filename	: draft-otty-cops-pr-filter-pib-00.txt
	Pages		: 24
	Date		: 20-Nov-00
This document introduces a Filtering Policy Information Base, which
is necessary for a filtering service in routers.  The Filtering PIB
allows service providers or operators to control user access to
networks or services for both dial-in and always-on customers. The
provisioning of the Filtering PIB is done by COPS-PR; some
enhancements for COPS and COPS-PR are also described in this

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