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Re: AW: Review of draft-ietf-geopriv-radius-lo-04.txt
> i think you do not treat me fair with your statement that this issue has
> not been fixed 9 months later.
The document does now support the notion of entities, so it is possible
for the NAS to send user or NAS location. What is missing is a way for
the RADIUS server to request a particular type of location (or state that
it doesn't care).
Other standards in this area (such as IEEE 802.11k) do explicitly support
both NAS and user location, and differentiate between the two, so this is
a well accepted concept.
Aside from the carrier scenarios described in the document, there are
other uses for location information. For example, there are factories
keeping track of parts; defense facilities that track the location of
users accessing the network; AAA products that support "location-aware
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