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I think it is RFC-2868, Section 3.1 Grouping mechanism using the
Bernard Aboba wrote:
> I agree. Since RADIUS only allows attributes of 253 octets, subtypes are
> inherently limited in their functionality. If it is necessary to support
> grouping, the grouping mechanism specified in RFC 2867 can be used. If
> the issue is attribute space and the need can be proven, we can talk about
> expansion. So far I don't see a requirement to change the RADIUS
> On Wed, 26 Nov 2003, Jari Arkko wrote:
> > I would personally prefer that we stick to the simple
> > and existing RADIUS AVP scheme. I am not convinced that
> > there is such a large number of subtypes that it would
> > have a big impact on performance if they were carried in
> > separate AVPs.
> > --Jari
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