Chaining vs Referrals ??
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Subject: Chaining vs Referrals ??
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If this is not the appropriate list for a wide response please forward In a large distributive system of over 500 DSAs supporting strong authentication for bind operations between User Agents (~1,000,000 users) and local DSAs, and between DSA to DSA; is there any technical or performance issues that would favor DSA chaining over DSA referrals or referral over chaining? As a practical matter the DUA should perform an automatic rebind on referral so that the user does not have to be involved with the process.
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