[radext] I-D Action: draft-ietf-radext-reverse-coa-00.txt

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Internet-Draft draft-ietf-radext-reverse-coa-00.txt is now available. It is a
work item of the RADIUS EXTensions (RADEXT) WG of the IETF.

   Title:   Reverse CoA in RADIUS
   Authors: Alan DeKok
            Vadim Cargatser
   Name:    draft-ietf-radext-reverse-coa-00.txt
   Pages:   11
   Dates:   2023-11-07


   This document defines a "reverse change of authorization (CoA)" path
   for RADIUS packets.  This specification allows a home server to send
   CoA packets in "reverse" down a RADIUS/TLS connection.  Without this
   capability, it is impossible for a home server to send CoA packets to
   a NAS which is behind a firewall or NAT gateway.  The reverse CoA
   functionality extends the available transport methods for CoA
   packets, but it does not change anything else about how CoA packets
   are handled.

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