[CCAMP] Pump-priming UNI/PCE/ENNI/MLN/... discussion

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Tue, 22 October 2013 21:24 UTC

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Subject: [CCAMP] Pump-priming UNI/PCE/ENNI/MLN/... discussion
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Now that the draft agenda is out for CCAMP in Vancouver it is worth stirring up
a little discussion to see whether we can arrive in British Columbia with some
things ironed out and some ideas we want to dig into deeper.

A bunch of us have been working on a draft to summarise the problems and propose
an architecture. See the latest version at

It might be helpful to break the discussion into consideration of the problem
statement first. Do we have any disagreement about the scope, the type of
network we need to solve, and the functions we need to deliver.  That should
take you up to the end of Section 3.

Then, as a separate discussion, perhaps we can get into the architecture. From a
broad high level, does it do what we want/need? Yes, there are some wrinkles and
nits to be sorted out in the details.  That should cover section 5.

Finally, can we use the architecture to do useful things. That will be sections
7 and (oops) 8.

Really looking forward to hearing people's opinions.