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I-D ACTION:draft-murray-auth-ftp-ssl-09.txt



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	Title		: Securing FTP with TLS
	Author(s)	: P. Ford-Hutchinson, M. Carpenter, 
                          T. Hudson, E. Murray, V. Wiegand
	Filename	: draft-murray-auth-ftp-ssl-09.txt
	Pages		: 28
	Date		: 02-Apr-02
	
This document describes a mechanism that can be used by FTP clients
and servers to implement security and authentication using the TLS
protocol defined by [RFC-2246] and the extensions to the FTP protocol
defined by [RFC-2228].  It describes the subset of the extensions
that are required and the parameters to be used; discusses some of
the policy issues that clients and servers will need to take;
considers some of the implications of those policies and discusses
some expected behaviours of implementations to allow interoperation.
This document is intended to provide TLS support for FTP in a similar
way to that provided for SMTP in [RFC-2487] and HTTP in [RFC-2817].

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