Re: [Dime] [RFC3588bis-34] - Host-IP-Address AVP

Ralph Loader <suckfish@ihug.co.nz> Mon, 24 September 2012 19:42 UTC

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> 
> Yes for the first part and no for the second part.. you are not supposed to send
> addresses that you cannot be connected at.

But in general, a Diameter implementation can't reasonably be expected to know which of its IP addresses will be usable by a particular peer.

Best just to treat the field as informational.

Ralph.


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