[Call-home] welcome to call-home!

Eliot Lear <lear@cisco.com> Thu, 22 September 2005 08:32 UTC

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Hello everyone,

I'd like to welcome you to the conversation regarding Call Home
functionality.  Shortly a draft will be posted that describes the
problem.  It's a drafty draft and I solicit your comments.  Briefly, it
summarizes the following:

 - transparency and security issues
 - nature of IT
 - intermittently connected devices
 - what call home is
 - why it solves some of these problems
 - some of the issues relating to call home.

When posted the draft will be draft-lear-callhome-description-00.txt.

I'll forward the posting draft to this group when it's done.

Next up, I will be requesting a BoF at IETF 64 on this topic.  Please
look for a note from me in the next day or so that contains a proposed
agenda for that BoF.

Thanks for joining the party...


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