Re: [manet-dlep-rg] notes DLEP meeting @ IETF88

Joe Macker <jpmacker@gmail.com> Sat, 09 November 2013 22:57 UTC

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From: Joe Macker <jpmacker@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2013 17:57:19 -0500
To: Teco Boot <teco@inf-net.nl>
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Subject: Re: [manet-dlep-rg] notes DLEP meeting @ IETF88
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the summary is more important once dt agrees on content and summary 

thanks joe

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> On Nov 9, 2013, at 1:58 AM, Teco Boot <teco@inf-net.nl> wrote:
> 
> Good summary, thanks. Let’s only post the summary to the MANET ML.
> Having minutes archived on DLEP-RG ML would be fine, I think.
> 
> On 7: It was not discussed during our meeting, at least not were I was present. And I don’t think this is a good idea. It is not needed and blocks more advanced usage of DLEP. Let’s not have a restriction in that a router or modem has only a single DLEP peer.
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> Teco
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>> Op 8 nov. 2013, om 21:40 heeft Duke, Martin <Martin.Duke@boeing.com> het volgende geschreven:
>> 
>> Thanks Ron. That matches the notes I have. I might also add this summary of what I think we agreed on in terms of changing/clarifying the spec, which perhaps is more interesting than the play-by-play:
>> 
>> 1. There are no metric TLVs it is MANDATORY for the Router to process.
>> 2. The modem MUST report MDRT, MDRR, CDRT, and CDRR in the Peer Discovery message, and make a best effort to accurately report these metrics subsequently.
>> 3. The modem and router MUST include DLEP version in Peer Discovery and Peer Offer messages.
>> 4. The modem MUST include a Heartbeat Interval/Threshold TLV in its Peer Discovery messages. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that the Interval be a nonzero value.
>> 5. The modem MUST include all metric TLVs it reports in the Peer Discovery Message to allow the router to initialize its session control block.
>> 6. The Router MUST NOT include metric TLVs in a Link Characteristics Request message that were not in the session's Peer Discovery message.
>> 7. The modem MUST NOT send Peer Discovery messages if it has an existing Peer Session.
>> 8. Both router and modem MUST send a Heartbeat Message to the peer if it has sent no DLEP message in an interval equivalent to the Heartbeat Interval value in the Peer Discovery Message. It MAY send a Heartbeat Message in every instance of the interval regardless of any other DLEP traffic.
>> 9. Both router and modem MUST reset their Heartbeat timer when any DLEP message arrives from the peer.
>> 10. The Heartbeat Interval/Threshold TLV becomes a "Heartbeat Interval TLV." Any DLEP peer is free to set any threshold for terminating the peer session as long as it equals or exceeds two Heartbeat Intervals, unless the Heartbeat Interval is zero.
>> 11. We will combine Expected Forwarding Time and Latency TLVs into a single, well-defined TLV.
>> 12. Delete the Resources TLVs.
>> 13. Keep the RLQ TLV, but Rick and Stan will formulate a stricter definition. There will be no other link quality TLVs (e.g. BER, packet delivery rate, SINR, etc) in the next draft.
>> 14. Stan to add clarifying language on how multicast neighbors work, in line with what he said at the meeting.
>> 
>> As Ron said, the form of the Credits TLVs are unresolved at this moment.
>> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Velt, R. (Ronald) in 't [mailto:Ronald.intVelt@tno.nl] 
>> Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2013 5:58 PM
>> To: Ulrich Herberg
>> Cc: john.dowdell@cassidian.com; john.dowdell486@gmail.com; Rick.Taylor@cassidian.com; Duke, Martin; Teco Boot (teco@inf-net.nl); sratliff@cisco.com; Henning Rogge (hrogge@googlemail.com); jpmacker@gmail.com; bcheng@ll.mit.edu
>> Subject: RE: notes DLEP meeting @ IETF88
>> 
>> I leave that up to the DLEP veterans to decide. They may want to "redact" these notes a bit ;-)
>> 
>> Ronald
>> 
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Ulrich Herberg [mailto:ulrich@herberg.name]
>>> Sent: vrijdag 8 november 2013 2:44
>>> To: Velt, R. (Ronald) in 't
>>> Cc: john.dowdell@cassidian.com; john.dowdell486@gmail.com; 
>>> Rick.Taylor@cassidian.com; Martin.Duke@boeing.com; Teco Boot (teco@inf- 
>>> net.nl); sratliff@cisco.com; Henning Rogge (hrogge@googlemail.com); 
>>> jpmacker@gmail.com; bcheng@ll.mit.edu
>>> Subject: Re: notes DLEP meeting @ IETF88
>>> 
>>> Thanks. Do you want to send them out to the MANET mailing list?
>>> 
>>> On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 5:40 PM, Velt, R. (Ronald) in 't 
>>> <Ronald.intVelt@tno.nl>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> 
>>>> Please find attached my *raw* notes of our meeting on Tuesday.
>>> Disclaimer: Neither completeness nor correctness are guaranteed.
>>>> 
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Ronald in 't Velt
>>>> 
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