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Re: TED poll (Re: Draft Minutes from IPSP WG Mtg at 52st IETF)
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>>>>> "Lee" == Lee Rafalow <rafalow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Lee> Off the top of my head, I'd say that the schema and dit structure
Lee> would be optimized for a fully-qualified hostname search and that
Lee> gateway topology would be represented by DN references. The
And, who would ask this question?
Further, how does a forward search (FQDN->IP) tell you anything about about
the world? People can put any A record they want into DNS or into LDAP.
Lee> available policies would also be DN references and can be protected
Lee> by access controls. IMHO, this would be significantly better than
Lee> TED in that it is not topology limited and has access controls, but
Lee> I've given almost no thought to scaling and maintenance issues
Lee> (although they seem tractable on first blush).
Oh, so you mean that LDAP directory replication is finally stable?
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Comment: Finger me for keys
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