[Int-dir] Intdir last call partial review of draft-ietf-dots-server-discovery-11

Zhen Cao via Datatracker <noreply@ietf.org> Mon, 12 October 2020 14:53 UTC

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Review is partially done. Another assignment may be needed to complete it.

Reviewer: Zhen Cao
Review result: Ready with Nits

Reviewer: Zhen Cao
Review result: Ready with Nits

Thanks the authors for the document.  DOTS server discovery is important to the
functioning of the whole system.

Important: I read Bernie's eary quick review (saying not a full one) for the 01
version [*] and the comments had been addressed in 02 version.   And I think
our AD @Eric needs to check if there is a need for further DHC doctor review.  
 (although I checked there were not much changed on the DHCP parts from r02 to
r11) .


I think most of the other parts looks quite ready except:
a) Section 5.1.2 on the configuration of the ipv4-mapped IPv6 address.
old:    Note, IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses (Section of [RFC4291])  are
allowed to be included in this option.

I do not know why this is particularly mentioned here given there are many
types of IPv6 address.  I think it 's better to remove this statement since
there are many issues configuring IPv4-mapped address directly.  Some systems
will disable (by default) support for internal  IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses. 
Some implementations of dual-stack do not allow IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses to
be used for interoperability between IPv4 and IPv6 applications.  [RFC4038].  
Such discussions do not have to be present here.

b) the first sentence of the abstract: s/Districuted/Distributed.