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AAA and Network Security for Mobile Access: Radius, Diameter, EAP, PKI and IP Mobility by Madjid Nakhjiri, Mahsa Nakhjiri

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1.6. References

  1. [GENAAA2903], Laat, C. et al., "Generic AAA Architecture", IETF, RFC 2903, August 2000.

  2. [AUTHFR2904], Vollbrecht, J. et al., "AAA Authorization Framework", IETF, RFC 2904, August 2000.

  3. [AUTHREQ2906], Farrell, S. et al., "AAA Authorization Requirements", IETF, RFC 2906, August 2000.

  4. [AUTHAPP2905], Vollbrecht, J. et al., "AAA Authorization Application Examples", IETF, RFC 2905, August 2000.

  5. [ADMRT1136], Hares, S. and Katz, D., "Administrative Domains and Routing Domains, A Model for Routing in the Internet", IETF, RFC 1136, December 1989.

  6. [ACCMGM2975], Aboba, B. et al., "Introduction to Accounting Management", RFC 2975, October 2000.

  7. [RADINTDR], Calhoun, P. et al., "RADIUS Accounting Interim Accounting Record Extension", draft, January 1998.

  8. [POLACC3334], Zseby, T. et al., "Policy Based Accounting", RFC 3334, October 2002.

  9. [NASCRIT3169], Beadles, M. and Mitton, D., "Criteria for Evaluating Network Access Server Protocols", IETF, RFC 3169, September 2001.

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