Re: [Detnet] PREOF signaling

xiong.quan@zte.com.cn Tue, 15 February 2022 08:53 UTC

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Hi Pascal,

Thanks for your work!
I suggest the consensus about the IPv6 HBH extensions need be corresponded with 6MAN WG.
In my opinion, your draft could be discussed from two seperate parts including DetNet Redundancy Information Option and DetNet Path Options.
For DetNet Redundancy Information Option, it solves the same issue with draft-varga-detnet-ip-preof. Use cases and detailed procedures could be provided especially for the extended parameters. 
For DetNet Path Options, it is inspired to propose the path-oriented forwarding for DetNet, but other than Path-ID carried in packets, we need more detailed mechanisms.
I am not sure if I understand it right or no, I suggest to divide the draft into two drafts discussing the Redundancy and Path separately.

Best Regards,
Quan