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Diameter: What all AVPs should not be protected while providing end to end security between client and server ?

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Diameter: What all AVPs should not be protected while providing end to end security between client and server ?
posted Apr 17, 2016 by Alok

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All those AVPs that are/can be decoded by an intermediate Diameter Agent should not be encrypted.
For example: Destination-Host, Destination-Realm, Proxy-Info, Route-Info and so on.

answer Apr 17, 2016 by Ganesh
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