Saturday 24th July, 2pm start (ends about 6pm), London room (0.1) on the lower level.
NOTE ROOM CHANGE!!
The room is at “MECC”, the IETF venue, on Level 2
Note, limited room size, registration required to mptcp-chairs@…
Jabber Log http://trac.tools.ietf.org/wg/mptcp/trac/attachment/wiki/Maastricht_workshop/2010-07-24.txt 2010-07-24.txt
4. OS implementation – discussion led by Sebastien Barre and Costin Raicu
Robert Watson's slides on Offload slides
Jinmei Tatuya Rolf Winter; Ford, Alan; Costin Raiciu; Olivier Bonaventure; Sébastien Barré; Luigi Iannone; Iljitsch van Beijnum; ; Laganier, Julien ; Erik Nordmark ; Scheffenegger, Richard; Zhen Cao ; Hui Deng ; Salvatore Loreto ; Tim Shepard ; Javier Ubillos ; SCHARF, Michael ; Lars Eggert; marcelo bagnulo braun; Robert N. M. Watson (or by webex)
philip eardley, Yoshifumi nishida
Tentative: Nandita Dukkipati ; Christian Vogt
Webex: Lawrence Stewart; Mike Silbersack; Ananth Ramaiah; deepak.kumar-gupta; Ehsan Elahi
intro material [20-30mins incl demo]
demo - hopefully the new Linux MPTCP N900 demo [SEBASTIEN, SERGIO]
potential uses [~1.5hours]
implementation in OS [~1.5hours]
[SEBASTIEN, COSTIN TO LEAD]
AIM: how to improve the chances that MPTCP makes its way into OSes? what are the requirements, constraints and potential stumbling blocks on the various platforms? what adjustments to the protocol design could lower the deployment barriers?
outline of how current protocol design maps into current code design (may need a bit more detail about protocol?)
Changes to linux kernel required. Perhaps as follows:
how to get into mainline Linux kernel - stumbling blocks, steps involved etc -Interactive discussion
specific input for each OS
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