[DNSOP] RFC 2845bis draft

"Peter J. Philipp" <pjp@centroid.eu> Wed, 27 February 2019 08:21 UTC

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I'm in contact with the original RFC 2845 authors for clarifications on 
what is meant in section 4.4 for the meaning of "Prior MAC (running)".  
In the bis draft this is in section 6.4 and seems unchanged.  I'm having 
a hard time understanding this as an implementor, this is an area that 
needs clarification I believe.

Would you like to see any results that I glean from the authors so that 
this can be put on the bis draft?

Best Regards,