[IPsec] Possible new charter text to cover iptfs.

Christian Hopps <chopps@chopps.org> Wed, 07 August 2019 10:38 UTC

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Subject: [IPsec] Possible new charter text to cover iptfs.
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Hi ipsecme and chairs,

As discussed @IETF105 we need to update the charter in order to adopt the IPTFS draft, how does this look for addition to the charter?

"
The demand for Traffic Flow Confidentiality has been increasing in the user
community; however, the current method defined in RFC4303 (i.e., add null
padding to each ESP payload) is very inefficient in it's use of network
resources. The working group will develop an alternative TFC solution that
provides for efficient use of network resources.
"

Thanks,
Chris.