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	Title		: The ISAKMP Configuration Method
	Author(s)	: D. Dukes, R. Pereira
	Filename	: draft-dukes-ike-mode-cfg-02.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 01-Oct-01
This document describes a new ISAKMP method that allows
configuration items to be exchanged securely by using both
push/acknowledge or request/reply paradigms.
The authors currently intend this document to be published as an
Informational RFC, not a standards-track document, so that the many
IPsec implementations that have implemented to earlier drafts of
this protocol can have a single stable reference.
Comments regarding this draft should be sent to ietf-mode-
cfg@vpnc.org or to the authors.

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