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RE: 2 updated drafts for Yokohama
Reading the framework doc, first thing that popped to mind is that
outsourcing always has to be present because there is no way to provision a
PEP that has not yet contacted the PDP. That is we always need the PEP to
open, to initiate a config session with the PDP; the PDP cannot proactively
contact a PEP to configure it. So, at least, we need the OPEN message from
the outsourcing model in any situation, be it a core or whatever router.
This is somewhat of a problem for the traditional management model. We
circumvented the prob by configuring the device to contact our PDP after
startup, as COPS allows for this. I believe this is a legacy issue stemming
From: Kwok Ho Chan [mailto:khchan@NortelNetworks.com]
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 5:19 AM
Cc: Kwok Ho Chan
Subject: 2 updated drafts for Yokohama
Two updated drafts:
have been submitted to Internet-Drafts@ietf.org.
Available here for your reading prior to IETF announcement.
-- Kwok --