The 6MAN working group met for a one one hour session on Tuesday and one one and a half hour session on Thursday at IETF105. The session was well attended.
The agenda, and slides from 6MAN are available at: https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/105/materials.html.
The agenda was organized to give priority to working group drafts, individual drafts with active discussion, and new individual drafts. Traditionally the 6MAN working group has had a very tight agenda, and we often have had to cut discussions short.
The SRH base specification is at the time of writing this summary at in IETF last call.
RFC8200 has a couple of errata reported against the fragmentation section. Those were discussed, and new text to resolving the issues was presented in the meeting. The working group will implement the plan suggested by the chairs. The steps are to agree on new text, submit that in an errata (or the existing errata) and then discuss if an updating document is required. This somewhat depends on the RFC Editor's new errata inline in html tool.
6TiSCH met for 90 minutes at PM3 on Thursday. A status was made that indicates that all work items are complete or reaching completion.
The WG meeting covered 6 drafts:
The WG will meet again in Singapore to conclude work on MSF. At this time, we plan to conclude. Depending on the discussions at RAW, it is also possible to recharter for Track Provisioning describing flows and data models that describe the setting of a the state in intermediate nodes, and teh G-MPLS-like operation of forwarding based on cells.
During IETF 105, the LPWAN WG had a WG meeting and a hackathon session.
The WG meeting covered 8 drafts:
Then we had a rechartering discussion. The new charter would build on the one presented at IETF 101, adding Lightweight M2M to the SCHC compression, and the RTO related work. The AD will complete the work on SCHC IPv6 UDP and them push the charter ot the IESG.
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