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I-D ACTION:draft-perkins-aaav6-06.txt



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	Title		: AAA for IPv6 Network Access
	Author(s)	: C. Perkins et al.
	Filename	: draft-perkins-aaav6-06.txt
	Pages		: 32
	Date		: 2003-5-9
	
IPv6 nodes (clients) need a way to offer credentials to the AAA
infrastructure in order to be granted access to the local network.
For IPv6, it will be more efficient and thus reasonable to expect
such access controls to be exerted by IPv6 routers, possibly as
part of performing their role as DHCPv6 relays.  Routers and DHCPv6
servers are expected to work in conjunction with AAA servers to
determine whether or not the client's credentials are valid.  Routers
can exert such network access control by the device of carefully
controlling entries in their packet filter and Neighbor Cache.

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