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Re: draft-ietf-grip-user-02.txt just sent to the Internet-Drafts repository
> > The purpose of this document is to provide a checklist for the gen-
> >eral Internet community to use when discussing security with Internet
> >Service Providers (ISPs). These questions can serve as a framework for
> >discussion of security expectations with current and prospective service
I've already told in this list or during a meeting that we should define
what/who _we_ considered to be an ISP. An ISP is a Service Provider as well as
an Access Provider. I do not want any misunderstanding by provider who should
read or take in consideration this document.
I explain my point : we've got here a good document that consumers will read.
If me as a provider only give bandwidth, do not provider Web hosting, I'm an
"access provider", not a "service provider". So, may I conclude that this
document is not suitable for me ? I do not think so and it must be clear in
the document what is an ISP.
This remarks was on the draft-ietf-grip-isp.txt document, but unfortunately
Maybe the solution is to add a glossary where we can explain that what we call
an ISP is _also_ an IAP.
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