Re: [76attendees] RFID experiment suggestions

中村 修 <osamu@wide.ad.jp> Mon, 09 November 2009 13:47 UTC

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Jari,

Thank you for your comment.
I agree your comment. This is first time to us with opt-in/opt-out  
procedure.
I will modify for futre activities.

		osamu

On 2009/11/09, at 17:54, Jari Arkko wrote:

> Good suggestions, Lars.
>
> Also, am I the only who neglected to read the manual before trying  
> to use the system? I didn't realize that I have to opt-in... it  
> might have been helpful if the system had displayed "unregistered  
> ietf participant" when presented with a card that has not been opted- 
> in yet... What the system does now is simply nothing. Its hard to  
> tell if that was a layer 1 problem or merely incorrect configuration.
>
> Jari
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