Ballot: Definitions of Managed Objects for the Fourth Version of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4) using SMIv2 to Draft Standard

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Last Call to expire on: 02/27/1994

	Please return the full line with the vote.

		    Yes    No-Objection  Discuss *  Abstain

Scott Bradner       [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Joel Halpern        [ X ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Erik Huizer         [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
John Klensin        [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Stev Knowles        [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Allison Mankin      [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Paul Mockapetris    [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Mike O'Dell         [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Joyce K. Reynolds   [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Marshall T. Rose    [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Jeff Schiller       [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Claudio Topolcic    [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]

 Yes =>     I have read the spec and know it is good stuff.
 No Obj =>  I am familiar with the protocol and believe it to be OK.
	    Note: The ballot contains analysis from the AD which
		  may be adequate information to vote positively.
 Discuss => There is something fishy that may need clarification
	    or modification.  May be considered a "no" vote.
 Abstain => I am not familiar with the spec, have no
	    interest/expertise in the subject or otherwise feel
	    obliged to skip the voting.

 2/3 (8) Yes or No-Objection votes needed to pass.

 * Indicate reason if "Discuss".


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Subject: Protocol Action: Definitions of Managed Objects for the Fourth
	 Version of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4) using SMIv2 to
	 Draft Standard
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  The IESG has approved the Internet-Draft "Definitions of Managed Objects
  for the Fourth Version of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4) using
  SMIv2" RFC1657 as a Draft Standard. This document is the product of the
  Inter-Domain Routing Working Group. The IESG contact person is Joel
  Halpern.


Technical Summary

  This MIB defines the management objects for managing an instance of
  the BGP-4 routing protocol.

Working Group Summary

  After reviewing the situation and discussing possible changes, the
  working group concluded that the existing MIB, defined when the protocol
  was standardized at the Proposed level, is still correct.


Protocol Quality


  This is a sound and implementable MIB to manage a BGP-4 protocol entity.
  It has been reviewed by Joel M. Halpern, the Routing Area Director.