FR 3.0 radsec : dynamic home server discovery status
alex.perez-mendez at jisc.ac.uk
Wed Mar 4 15:53:53 CET 2020
> On Mar 4, 2020, at 4:48 AM, Arnaud LAURIOU <arnaud.lauriou at renater.fr> wrote:
>> Well the eduroam RFC (7593) has a section about dynamic discovery.
>> I am quite in favour for this feature to be implemented ...
> It might not be *too* difficult to do in v3. But... it would involve some fairly detailed work.
In v3 we've got the rlm_realm module, which we use for the Trust Router
protocol, which is somewhat a dynamic discovery mechanism. Would it be
very difficult to add another discovery mechanism there?
> We're buy with v4 at the moment, among other things. :(
> v4 doesn't yet have all of the functionality of v3 (i.e. radsec), but the rest of the functionality far surpasses v3. And, it's the design we've been working towards for 10 years.
> Alan DeKok.
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