[ietf-nntp] Re: AUTHINFO/SASL responses
ken at oceana.com
Tue May 18 09:31:40 PDT 2004
Russ Allbery wrote:
> Think of it from the client perspective. Using this method, it can just
> treat 281 as "authentication succeeded" and 283 as "authentication
> probably succeeded but I need to check something."
Technically, the 283 means that the client->server authentication *has*
succeeded, and the server is sending the client some data to verify
itself (server->client auth or "mutual auth").
Kenneth Murchison Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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