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Title : RADIUS UDP transport mapping
Author(s) : A. Lior
Filename : draft-lior-radius-udp-transport-mapping-00.txt
Pages : 15
Date : 2003-10-16
The Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) Request For
Comments (RFC) specify that RADIUS should use retransmit strategy to
recover from the loss of packets but they do not provide any further
guidance. This has resulted in implementations lacking support for
congestion control. This Internet Draft discusses and recommends
strategies for measuring, calculating and applying a retransmission
timer for RADIUS.
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