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1 doc.: IEEE /365r0 Submission May 2003 Robert Moskowitz, ICSAlabsSlide 1 Radius/Diameter Cleanup Robert Moskowitz ICSAlabs

2 doc.: IEEE /365r0 Submission May 2003 Robert Moskowitz, ICSAlabsSlide 2 What’s the problem? There is a desire in some quarters to fully support Diameter for i, not just Radius Review of i-D3.3 shows that MOST uses of RADIUS is as an example, but there are 2 places where RADIUS is ‘enshrined’.

3 doc.: IEEE /365r0 Submission May 2003 Robert Moskowitz, ICSAlabsSlide 3 What’s the Solution? Authenticator state machine states –INITPMK: This state is entered when the 802.1X backend authentication server completes successfully. If a RADIUSKey is supplied it goes to the PTKSTART state, otherwise it goes to the DISCONNECTED state. –Change to: –INITPMK: This state is entered when the 802.1X backend authentication server completes successfully. If a AAAKey is supplied it goes to the PTKSTART state, otherwise it goes to the DISCONNECTED state.

4 doc.: IEEE /365r0 Submission May 2003 Robert Moskowitz, ICSAlabsSlide 4 What’s the Solution Continued: Authenticator state machine variables –RadiusKeyAvailable – This variable is True is a RADIUS key was supplied –Change to: –AAAKeyAvailable – This variable is True if a AAA key was supplied

5 doc.: IEEE /365r0 Submission May 2003 Robert Moskowitz, ICSAlabsSlide 5 MOTION Make the changes in Slides 3 and 4 to 11i- D3.3


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