This provides a very short summary of discussions and decisions in each WG.
BMWG met with 27 participants connected and 2 using Jabber clients. Bill Cerveny took the Minutes. The controversial 2nd WGLC of the Next-Gen Security Device benchmarking draft was the main event. The authors led the WG through their proposals for comment resolution, and most were accepted. About three comments require a text proposal from the last reviewer, then version 10 can be submitted for Doc Shepherd review.
A new RFC 9004 on Back-to-back Frame Benchmark was published, a WG Adoption Call will be offered for the YANG Data Model for Network Interconnect Tester Management, the Multiple loss ratio search draft made some progress, and a new proposal for Benchmarking Methodology for Stateful NATxy Gateways using RFC 4814 Pseudorandom Port Numbers was reviewed (the latter drafts request further review at this stage).
The content of this page was last updated on 2021-07-26. It was migrated from the old Trac wiki on 2022-12-19.