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I-D ACTION:draft-srinivas-access-na-00.txt

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	Title		: Access Control for Networked Appliances
	Author(s)	: B. Srinivas, T. Chan
	Filename	: draft-srinivas-access-na-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 26-Feb-02
The use of the SIP protocol for controlling Networked Appliances (NA)
has been proposed in several recent IETF drafts including [1] and
[2]. The issue of controlling access to NAs from a remote device
is paramount, especially in the context of NAs in the home. This
draft investigates the issue of where the access rules must be stored
and executed to control access to an NA. The use of proxy gateways
within the home domain and their resultant impact on communication
pathways between the remote device and the NAs have been studied.

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