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Issue: redir_cnt not included as method of redirection removal
redir_cnt not included as method of redirection removal
Submitter name: Paul Congdon
Submitter email address: email@example.com
Date first submitted: 08-10-2005
Comment type: T
Section: A.2.3, Pg 27, last paragraph
Rationale/Explanation of issue:
This section talks about how the redirection process can be disabled.
Since we added the redir_cnt parameter to the rule we should include it
as a mechanism for disabling redirection. Also it isn't clear if a new
session is created when the redir_cnt value becomes zero. If a new
session is created, then the accounting records should also be sent. I
will propose that we insert a paragraph before the last paragraph in
this clause so the accounting scheme will remain intact.
Insert a paragraph before the last paragraph that describes the
redir_cnt scheme. Suggest something like the following words: "When
HTTP redirection is established via a NAS-Filter-Rule (TBD) it also
possible to have HTTP redirection automatically removed by including a
redir_cnt parameter along with the rule. The rule will be removed from
the active rule set when the rule matches redir_cnt number of times.
When the rule is removed, HTTP redirection will also be removed."
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