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BMWG met with 34 people attending locally. The WG has two new RFCs (SIP devices) and benchmarking Traffic Management has been approved by IESG. In-service SW Upgrade has concluded IETF LAST Call and will be on the IESG Telechat agenda in August. Three working group drafts were improved through comments at this meeting and on the list (Data Center Benchmarking, IPv6 Neighbour discovery, and Considerations for Benchmarking VNFs and their Infrastructure). Two proposed drafts were recommended for adoption during the meeting based on extensive review: IPv6 Transition Technologies and SDN Controller Benchmarking. A new participant working with a related project team in OPNFV described their developments on vSwitch benchmarking, which reference and greatly expand the BMWG RFCs. This effort directly takes on key questions such as resource isolation and repeatability for results, which are considered the most difficult questions in benchmarking the virtual world. This work will maintain coordination with previous efforts shared with BMWG.
Dime had a meeting on Wednesday with relatively short agenda. Our recent major deliverable, draft-ietf-dime-ovli, is now in IETF LC. The early IANA allocation for code points has also been done. During the IETF week Gen-ART comments were received. The current status regarding other WG documents is as follows:
The end-2-end security is something to provide a solution draft next. There's an old expired draft on the end-2-end security that was agreed to be resurrected.
The WG had presentations on draft-ietf-dime-load and individual I-D draft-donovan-dime-drmp. It was agreed to adopt the draft-donovan-dime-drmp (Diameter Routing Message Priority) as a WG document. To be confirmed on the mailing list.
As a late addition we had a quick update on draft-ietf-dime-group-signaling. Soon to WGLC. Reviews needed.
DNSOP met Monday Afternoon. There were updates on the update to RFC5966 (5966-bis) and there were clarifying discussion on TCP issues. One of the discussions involved tcp-keepalive, which related to the EDNS0 tcp-keepalive discussion. The consensus they have worked through their issues and will moving forward in the coming months. There was also an update on aggressive use of NSEC and NSEC3 for invalidating queries. Under new business there were seperate on Trust Anchors in the root zone and policies and mechanisms to update them. The largest and most contentious was again around Special-Use names such as the p2p drafts, but also the realization that the IETF must solve the problems around RFC6761 that are forthcoming. The chairs are organizing a design team to work out the problem space. With several documents in various IESG states, the chairs are taking holiday in August.
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We meet on Thursday. The WG made good progress since IETF 93, with the protocol (RESTCONF-based) document now adopted as WG item. We discussed progress on the IM, DM and protocol documents. New versions will be issued before September 25, a virtual interim will be held in the week of 9/29, or 10/5. Four new work proposals were discussed. Making progress on these as individual submission is encouraged, but possible rechartering will be discussed only after at least 2 out of 3 (IM, DM, protocol) chartered documents are submitted to the IESG.
L3SM met on Wednesday afternoon, Second Session, This is first L3SM meeting, About 45 people in the room.
Approx. 65+ participants in the 2 hour NETCONF session.
Discussion on 7 chartered documents.
After WG LC Call Home will go to AD review. Write-up will be provided by the shepherd.
Server Model: The duplication of data in server model has been discussed with 4 optional solutions. Option 4 based on key chains has been proposed. Many WG member are in favor. Nobody against.
This option requires a delay of the work and some part needs to be done in Security area, potentially in Carp WG. Kent to provide a proposal for the way forward describing how to address option 4 with key chains and the work split with SEC area.
Restconf issues have been discussed. Agreed to use the current YANG 1.1 draft and finalize issues in Restconf. The goal is to go to LC asap.
Different folks would like to have JSON as additional encoding. This discussion will be separated and brought to the maillist.
Remaining YANG Patch and YANG Library issues will be solved soon and WG LC is the next step.
Pub/Sub? Solution draft. WG supports adoption, no objections. ADs recommended to not wait. The co-chairs support the adoption. It'll be verified on the maillist.
I2RS requirements have been discussed. Issues have been clarified in two steps first in NETCONF and then in I2RS session.
Did not meet at IETF93
Monday morning session, 150 min, ca.80 attendees in the room, ca 15 on jabber.
Adoption calls will be sent to WG mailing list after IETF week.
Session 2, 90 minutes, thursday afternoon.About 60 people in the room, 10 on Jabber. Network failure for better part of session limited remote participation wrt. Jabber though, but remote presentation at end worked after some glitch.
Several work progressing side-meetings of teams for all mayor documents between Sun and Thun.
We meet on Wednesday. Good presentations and discussions about the use cases, scope, gap analysis, IM, DM. Poll at the end of the BOF shows that the room was split about the clarity of the scope and the formation of a WG based on the draft charter presented in the meeting. A number of operators expressed interest to deploy SUPA, and a number of contributors expressed interest to contribute with writing code and documents and reviewing documents.
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