HCD Configuration Flags is composed of some boolean attributes in the
IDS attribute doc. Look at the end of 184.108.40.206 "For additional
information, refer to HCD_Forwarding_Enabled,
HCD_Default_Password_Enabled, and HCD_PSTN_Fax_Enabled in [HCD-ATR],...".
However, there are some other inconsistencies that we should work out
during the F2F in this area:
1. In HCD-ATR, they are single-bit attributes. In HCD-NAP, they have
two bits, one bit for the attribute as described in HCD-ATR, and
the second bit indicates whether the function is supported or not.
2. If it is correct to have that second bit (and I think it is, at
least for Forwarding and PSTN Fax), then shouldn't those
attributes be listed in HCD-ATR as conditionally mandatory?
3. In HCD-ATR, PSTN Fax does not appear in either the mandatory list
or the conditionally mandatory list.
4. In HCD-NAP, the flag is called "Administrative Password
Configuration" and the meaning is "configured / not configured".
However, in HCD-ATR, it is "Default Password Enabled" and the
meaning is "no default passwords / some default passwords".
PM, Security Research
PMP, CSM, CISSP, CISA, ISO 27000 PA
Advanced Imaging and Network Technologies
Ricoh Americas Corporation
Randy Turner wrote:
> Hi Brian,
>> In section 220.127.116.11 of your latest doc the name of this section is "HCD
> Configuration Flags" but I can't find a reference for this attribute in
> the high-level IDS attribute doc? Is this meant to be "HCD
> Configuration State" ?
>>> On Aug 12, 2009, at 5:28 PM, Brian Smithson wrote:
>>> Joe made quite a few edits (in red) and I added a few (in blue). It is
>> here ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ids/wd/wd-ids-napsoh10-20090811.pdf with
>> change marks, and here
>> Brian Smithson
>> PM, Security Research
>> PMP, CSM, CISSP, CISA, ISO 27000 PA
>> Advanced Imaging and Network Technologies
>> Ricoh Americas Corporation
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