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This draft is a work item of the Resource Allocation Protocol Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Framework for Binding Access Control to COPS
Author(s) : W. Weiss et al.
Filename : draft-ietf-rap-access-bind-00.txt
Pages : 77
Date : 18-Jul-01
There is an ever-growing distinction between edge and core
functionality. While the core continues to focus on stability and
pure forwarding functionality, the edges increasingly need to deal
with dynamic capabilities like QoS management, VPN encapsulations,
encryption, dynamic steering and service monitoring. The dynamic
deployment of these functions is dependent on specific contextual
knowledge such as the physical location of the data stream and the
identity of the client or system generating the data.
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