Re: [lisp] Outstanding WG Calls

Dino Farinacci <farinacci@gmail.com> Mon, 15 December 2014 23:21 UTC

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> Beside the crypto document there is a call for adoption for the impact document and a WG last call for the EID block management guidelines.

I just went through draft-saucez-lisp-impact-07.txt. Section 3 has some really good research and is explained well to understand the conclusion of the research. I applaud the authors for that.

A comment or request for a reference, since you are talking about multicast replication engineering here you may want to add lisp-te as a reference here:

>    Even though it is its main goal, LISP is more than just a scalability
>    solution, it is also a tool to provide both incoming and outgoing
>    traffic engineering [S11], can be used as an IPv6 transition at the
>    routing level, and for inter-domain multicast [RFC6831],
>    [I-D.coras-lisp-re]. 

You should also add to this:

> [I-D.coras-lisp-re] and [CDM12] propose a technique to construct xTR
>    based inter-domain multicast distribution trees.

That there are signaling approaches like you indicated in RFC6831 as well as using LISP to signal in a reference to lisp-mr-signalling as well as using a signal-free approach as in lisp-signal-free-multicast. Those references would prove useful to readers.

Other than that, this is a really well written document and ready for next step IMO.

Dino