I-D ACTION:draft-simpson-photuris-16.txt

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	Title		: Photuris: Session Key Management Protocol
	Author(s)	: P. Karn, W. Simpson
	Filename	: draft-simpson-photuris-16.txt
	Pages		: 74
	Date		: 03-Sep-97
Photuris is a session-key management protocol intended for use with 
the IP Security Protocols (AH and ESP).  This document defines 
the basic protocol mechanisms.

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