Re: [Isis-wg] [Bier] BAR field length in draft-ietf-bier-isis-extensions and draft-ietf-bier-ospf-extensions

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From: "Dolganow, Andrew (Nokia - SG/Singapore)" <andrew.dolganow@nokia.com>
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Subject: Re: [Isis-wg] [Bier] BAR field length in draft-ietf-bier-isis-extensions and draft-ietf-bier-ospf-extensions
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All,

As we discussed here (as a WG) and in this topic:

  *   We need to have ability to define way for independent BIER computation algorithms (for BIER specific computations or other use cases, some of which Alia highlighted in her email below)
  *   We want to have extensibility to use other non-BIER specific algorithms (as others brought up)

The original draft can be argued not to provide both of those capabilities, and thus Option A below (marked as Current status) really just defers the issue. I find Option E that Ice added also counterproductive as it eliminates the top use case above. Thus we really left with options B, C, D as a compromise. From those, Option B seems to me the best:

  *   It meets the requirements above
  *   It allows a clean implementation (as opposed to Option C which is a bit more kludgy). Thanks to a sub-TLV defining what BAR field carries – a BIER-specific algorithm defined in BIER specific registry (a registry that should be BIER specific, regardless of IGP used), or something else to meet needs expressed by others, we meet the requirements from those who wanted to change the Current status

Option C/D are acceptable alternatives; however, Option B seems technically cleanest, most flexible, and meeting all requirements.

Andrew


From: Isis-wg <isis-wg-bounces@ietf.org> on behalf of Alia Atlas <akatlas@gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 12:05 PM
To: "(Ice) IJsbrand Wijnands" <ice@cisco.com>
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Subject: Re: [Isis-wg] [Bier] BAR field length in draft-ietf-bier-isis-extensions and draft-ietf-bier-ospf-extensions

Ice,

On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 7:57 PM, IJsbrand Wijnands <ice@cisco.com<mailto:ice@cisco.com>> wrote:
Alia,


I appreciate that you have finally decided to discuss this on the BIER mailing list.

I know that there are individual drafts draft-ppsenak-ospf-sr-flex-algo-00  and  draft-hegdeppsenak-isis-sr-flex-algo-02.
I see a bit of discussion on the is-is mailing list and at IETF 100, but, of course, no WG adoption.

I see BIER as a fundamental technology that can be used in different situations.  For instance, there is not merely
discussion of how Babel and BIER could interact - but actual code (thanks Sandy!); of course, that is not a WG-adopted
draft yet either, so this is merely a thought experiment example.  How do the different algorithms
work for an IGP that isn't link-state?   What about the ideas around using BIER with caches?  Are there issues there?
What about algorithms that make sense for BIER or multicast - but not for unicast?

IANA registries are not price prohibitive.  Why would we tie BIER to the link-state IGP registry?

We are talking about what needs to be advertised in OSPF and ISIS in order to select the BIER underlay. We are not discussing Babel or any other candidate underlay technologies for BIER. Moreover, we are not limiting any new innovation with BIER regarding the underlay. This discussion is strictly related to the drafts in the title.

I do not hear you making a technical argument.

This is an architectural argument!

An architectural argument can't also limit itself to the drafts in the title.

If it sounded like the IANA registry was suggested as separate for BIER OSPF  and BIER ISIS, then your attempt to reframe the conversation might be reasonable.  Let me clarify - I see no current reason for an OSPF BAR registry and an ISIS BAR registry; it would just be a BAR registry.  Perhaps
that clarification is a good reason to get the IANA registry included in the next update?

The routing layer is separate from the BIER layer.  The BAR is for the BIER layer.

Regards,
Alia


Hope this clarifies,

Thx,

Ice.



Regards,
Alia


On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 7:03 PM, IJsbrand Wijnands <ice@cisco.com<mailto:ice@cisco.com>> wrote:
Hi Alia,

There is one more option that I think is not fully covered from the choice of options related to getting a registry.

The topic of the discussion is what information we need to pass in the IGP in order for BIER to select the correct underlay. What identifies the underlay is really what ever information is needed to select the Table (MT-ID) and Algorithm. An example of Algorithm work that is going on is Flex-Algo. My preferred option is to align with what ever the IGPs are using to identify the Algorithm.

Option E: Change BAR into “IGP Algorithm” registry as documented in https://www.iana.org/assignments/igp-parameters/igp-parameters.xhtml#igp-algorithm-types

Thx,

Ice.


On 19 Feb 2018, at 13:51, Alia Atlas <akatlas@gmail.com<mailto:akatlas@gmail.com>> wrote:

As the Sponsoring AD for draft-ietf-bier-isis-extensions-07 and draft-ietf-bier-ospf-extensions-12, I have been following the discussion on the mailing list with interest.

I have not seen clear consensus for any change.

Let me be clear on what I see the options are from the discussion.  Then I'll elaborate
a bit on how you can express your perspective most usefully.

1) Current Status:  Bier Algorithm (BAR) field is 8 bits.  Currently, only value 0 is specified.  The drafts do not have an IANA registry - with the expectation that one will be created when the first additional use is clear.  It is possible that there will be objections from the IESG to progressing without an IANA registry.  Given the lack of clarity for future use-cases and after discussion, I decided not to force one after my AD review - but I will not push back against having a BIER IANA registry if raised by others.

2) Option B:  Add a BAR sub-type of 8 bits.  This would modify the current TLVs.
   Define an IANA registry for the BAR type.  The meaning of the BAR sub-type derives
   from the BAR type.   We can debate over the registration policy for the BAR type.

3) Option C: Change the BAR field to be 16 bits and define an IANA registry.  Part of the range can be FCFS with Expert Review, part can be Specification Required, and part can be IETF Consensus.

4) Option D: At some point in the future, if there is an actual understood and documented need, a BAR sub-type could be added a sub-TLV.  The length of the BAR sub-type could be determined when the sub-TLV is defined.

Given

  a) option D exists
  b) there is currently only one defined value for BAR
  c) I do not see strong consensus for change to one particular other option

I see no current reason for a change and I certainly see absolutely no reason for
a delay in progressing the documents.

I do want to be clear about what the WG wants to do on this issue.  Therefore, here is
my following request.

Please send your feedback to the mailing list as follows:

IF you prefer or can accept the current status, please say so.  No more justification
or reasoning is required. I just don't want the bulk of folks who are content to be
overlooked by those suggesting change.

IF you prefer or can accept the current status, but think there should be an IANA registry
as is usual for managing code-points, please say so.  No more justification is needed.

IF you prefer Option B, C, and/or D, please say so with your explanation.  More technical depth than "'we might need it" would be helpful; the availability of sub-TLVs already
provides future proofing.

IF you have a clear technical objection to why the Current Status is not acceptable,
please express that - with clear details.

IF you feel that additional code-points should be allocated in a BAR IANA Registry or
have thoughts on the appropriate policy, please say so with your explanation for what
those should be.

Unless I see clear and strong consensus for something other than the Current Status,
that will remain.

IF there is clear and strong consensus for Option B, C, or D, or adding an IANA registry with particular values, then it will be possible to have a change up through this Weds night - with a 1 week WGLC on that particular technical change.

My priority is to have the base BIER specifications published as Proposed Standards so that more BIER implementations and deployment can be done.  I would like the WG to wrap up the core work (as expressed in the proposed recharter) so that you all can look
at how to use it.

Given this topic was raised last Weds and given that there are no technical objections raised to the documents as are, there isn't much time - so please just respond to this email ASAP.  My deadline for a decision is 6pm EST on Weds.

Regards,
Alia

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