[regext] EPP and rate-limiting

Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer@nic.fr> Fri, 17 January 2020 14:30 UTC

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Subject: [regext] EPP and rate-limiting
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Sometimes, some clients are too talkative and, for instance, try
<create> too often to grab a domain. I'm not sure of the best error
code to return when such behaviour is detected. HTTP has 429 "Too Many
Requests" (RFC 6585) but I don't find a proper code in EPP. Any idea?