[radext] radius fragmentation: why not EAP message

Sam Hartman <hartmans@painless-security.com> Tue, 04 March 2014 15:38 UTC

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Subject: [radext] radius fragmentation: why not EAP message
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My rationale for objecting to an EAP message  is that if a proxy fails
with fragmentation, it probably intends to drop new stuff.
We should not standardize mechanisms designed to get around intentional
proxy configuration.

--Sam