DUA and access control

Steve Russert <srussert@atc.boeing.com> Thu, 19 October 1995 20:23 UTC

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From: Steve Russert <srussert@atc.boeing.com>
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Subject: DUA and access control
Cc: steven.russert@iss-rt.boeing.com

Is it reasonable to classify DUA implementations by access control scheme?
I have looked at the DAP bind in x.511 and the contract and packages in x.519, and cannot see where information about access control would be conveyed.
What bothers me is that it seems that DSAs would want to know about the access control used by another DSA, and I don't see a place in DSP, either.
Can anyone provide pointers on this?

Thanks,
Steven Russert
srussert@atc.boeing.com