[mif] Nits in draft-ietf-mif-mpvd-arch-08.txt

Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter@gmail.com> Sun, 11 January 2015 18:47 UTC

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> 2.2. Implicit PvDs and Incremental Adoption of Explicit PvDs
>    PvD-aware nodes shall treat betwork information from different
>    interfaces, which is not identified as belonging explicitly to some
>    PvD, as belonging to separate PvDs, one per interface.


> 3.2. Securing PvD Information
>    DHCPv6 and RAs both provide some form of authentication to ensure the
>    identity of the source as well as the integrity of the secured
>    message content.  While this is useful, determining authenticity does
>    tell a node whether the configuration source is actually allowed to
>    provide information from a given PvD.

Presumably "does" in the second sentence is intended to be "does not".

> 3.4. Selective Propagation

The abbreviation "ORO" is used but not defined.