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[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Updated JSR 360 Draft Specification

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  • Subject: [jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Re: Updated JSR 360 Draft Specification
  • Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2013 09:51:25 -0400
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Hi Thomas,

Sorry for the delay.

On 6/27/2013 11:56 AM, Lampart Thomas wrote:

Hi Roger, Michael, experts,

Thanks for giving us this update with a bunch of new features.

I do have some comments:

-I do like the extended TLS support

-SecureServerConnection, what is the ClientAuth “want” parameter good for ? In my understanding a server either does client authentication or not.

There is a provision in the Java SE api for the client to request client authentication.
The SSL/TLS protocol does leave it to the server to require client authentication
and that may be sufficient.

Is there any use case where the client would refuse to
talk to a server that did not authenticate the client?

-Why squeezing the TLS into the DatagramConnection and not have SecureDatagramConnection ?

Good point, it seemed initially like an easy extension but several questions have been raised about it and we'll reexamine creating a separate interface.

-AccessPoint: as far as I know in CDMA there is only a Mobile IP (or Simply IP) configuration profile id to select, when opening a packet service. No other parameters.

ok, can you refer me to a CDMA spec on that?

-AccessPoint: I think for WLAN there is only a password, no DNS.

Any TCP/IP stack needs a DNS server; where does it come from for a WAN?

We have had questions about why an explicit DNS server is required in any of the AccessPoints?
For CSD it was a carry over from IMP-NG.
What is the use case for needing application control over the dns-server.
Can we simplify and leave it to the platform in all cases (DHCP or host specific)?

Thanks, Roger

Kind regards

Thomas

*From:*roger riggs 
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*Sent:* Dienstag, 25. Juni 2013 15:45
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*Subject:* [jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] Updated JSR 360 Draft Specification

Hi,

The updatedSpecLead Draft of JSR 360 (zip) <https://java.net/projects/jsr360/downloads/download/jsr360-sldr.zip> is available from the
JSR 360 downloads <https://java.net/projects/jsr360/downloads> on java.net.

The update is based on the EDR draft, Expert Group comments and input from
the RI developers.

This draft includes extensions and resolutions for the following:

  * CLDC Full vs Compact APIs to support smaller devices with fewer
    new APIs
  * SecureServerConnection (new)
  * ModemConnection (new)
  * NetworkUtilities (new)
  * Access Point improvements
  * Support for TLS1.2 / DTLS (revised)

Please review and comment, Roger and Michael

Roger




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