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I-D ACTION:draft-zmolek-enum-pointer-00.txt

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	Title		: ENUM Service Resolution Pointer
	Author(s)	: A. Zmolek
	Filename	: draft-zmolek-enum-pointer-00.txt
	Pages		: 6
	Date		: 21-Feb-02
Current notions of service field tags in ENUM NAPTR records would 
frame the service exposure problem as a tradeoff between the privacy 
and heft involved in revealing detailed service information on the 
one hand or the arbitrary constraint of such information on the 
other. This draft suggests an alternative approach that keeps NAPTR 
record size small, places service exposure policy and presence 
capabilities in the hands of the ENUM registrant where it belongs, 
and minimizes impact to the ENUM registrar and their respective DNS 

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