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Re: Capabilities Proposals
> I don't believe a capabilities attribute is required for CUI. The last
> scheme I'm aware of for CUI has the proxy or NAS that requires CUI signal
> that by including a NUL CUI attribute in its Access-Request. Since CUI
> is never needed by the server, the server has no need to know whether
> the sender of an Access-Request that does not include the CUI does not
> support CUI or merely does not require it.
I think this is different from the situation of NAS-Filter-Rule where the
NAS is not requiring its use, only the RADIUS server might need/want it.
So the difference is that with CUI the NAS is advertising that it REQUIRES
CUI, whereas with NAS-Filter-Rule the NAS would be advertising that it
SUPPORTS the attribute -- it is the RADIUS server that would require
Therefore I think that even if we had a Capabilities attribute it is not
clear that the semantics of that attribute would be appropriate for use
Am I stating the case correctly?
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