[BEHAVE] BEHAVE status update

"Dan Wing" <dwing@cisco.com> Sun, 22 February 2009 06:22 UTC

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An update on some of BEHAVE's activities -- IPv4/IPv6 translation, TURN, and

IPv4/IPv6 Translation:

   - Dave recently sent a Doodle poll to help prioritize documents 
     to adopt.  However, as of Saturday night only 5 people have 
     replied to this poll.  

     We will meet our milestone "Determine relative 
     prioritization of the four translation cases" at the
     San Francisco BEHAVE meeting.

   - Based on the result of the Doodle poll and the San Francisco
     meeting, we will work with Magnus on the next milestone which
     is "Determine what solutions(s) and components are needed to 
     solve each of the four cases.  Create new milestones for the 
     solution(s) and the components."

   - WG documents have been submitted for the Framework document 
     (with updated text) and the Translation document.  We will
     accept them when we adopt new milestones for those items.

   - There has been substantial forward progress on the DNS64 
     document and feedback from DNS experts.  The NAT64
     document is also maturing.  We will accept them when we 
     adopt new milestones for those items.

   - Marcelo is now a co-author of draft-miyata-behave-prefix64 
     and has added text from the author's conference call and
     from some off-list discussions.  I expect the new version 
     will be published soon.

   - There has been substantial off-list discussion of Prefix64
     around how referrals work (or break) depending on LIR or
     well-known prefix.  This is likely to be discussed on
     San Francisco.


   - Philip is continuing to close issues raised during IETF last 
     call with the working group.  Once that completes the document
     will be ready for IESG review.


   - Simon Perreault, simon.perreault@viagenie.ca, has agreed to
     be the new editor of TURN-TCP.  Thanks, Simon!