RFC 4672, "RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client MIB", September 2006Source of RFC: radext (ops)
Errata ID: 889
Publication Format(s) : TEXT
Reported By: Alfred Hoenes
Date Reported: 2006-11-06
Verifier Name: Stefaan De Cnodder
Date Verified: 2006-11-07
Section 4 says:
hundredths of a second
It should say:
Why not use the common ISO-standard unit-multiple name, "centiseconds" (abbreviation: "cs"), instead of the long-winded "hundredths of a second" ?
This applies to the UNITS and the DESCRIPTION clauses of
- radiusDynAuthClientRoundTripTime (RFC 4672, page 7),
- radiusDynAuthClientCounterDiscontinuity (RFC 4672, page 17),
well, yes, centiseconds can be used as well but both terms are the same.