[Idr] Agenda of IDR Interim Meeting on October 26

"Dongjie (Jimmy)" <jie.dong@huawei.com> Thu, 25 October 2018 07:49 UTC

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Dear all,

Sorry for being late in publishing the agenda of the interim meeting. We received more slot requests than we could accommodate, thus the chairs and AD considered to leave some topics to another interim in future .

Presenters, please prepare your slides for the presentation. It would be better if you send your slides to chairs and secretary, or you may need to share your own screen in the meeting.

The Webex meeting info will be provided in a separate mail.

IDR Interim Meeting before IETF 103

Date & Time: 2018.10.26 10:00 - 12:00 ET (UTC -4)

Webex meeting information: to be provided


1.       Chair's Slides [10 min]

2.       BGP Extension for SDWAN Overlay Networks   Linda Dunbar [10 min]


3.       BGP Autodiscovery: Chairs [10 min]

4.       Application Specific Attributes Advertisement with BGP Link-State   Ketan Talaulikar/Peter Psenak [10 min]


5.       Discussion on growing BGP-LS attributes [20 min]

6.       Flowspec Indirection-id Redirect for SRv6   Huaimo Chen [5 min]


7.       BGP FlowSpec Extensions for Routing Policy Distribution (RPD)  Huaimo Chen [10 min]


8.       BGP Extensions for IDs Allocation   Huaimo Chen [10 min]


9.       RFC 5575-bis: Dissemination of Flow Specification Rules   Christoph Loibl [10]


10.   Detection and Mitigation of BGP Route Leaks    Alexander / Sriram [10]


11.   Aggregating BGP routes in Massive Scale Data Centers   Jakob Heitz  [15 min]


Best regards,