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Title : A Framework for a User Profile Information Protocol
Author(s) : R. Penno
Filename : draft-penno-cdnp-nacct-userid-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 29-Jan-01
We present here a protocol in which edge network equipments, also
known as IPServices devices, Broadband RASes, Edge Routers and
so forth, can inform surrogates or traffic interception devices
extended information about the user, such as geographic location,
QoS policy, fully qualified login (firstname.lastname@example.org)and start and
stop times (or its equivalent for non-session based users).
This protocol allows services provider, access providers and content
delivery networks to provide personalized or differentiated
treatment to each user individually, and also to enhance accounting
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