Ballot: Requirements for IP Version 4 Routers to Proposed Standard

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Last Call to expire on: 04/01/1995

     Please return the full line with the vote.

              Yes    No-Objection  Discuss *  Abstain

Harald Alvestrand   [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Scott Bradner       [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Joel Halpern        [ X ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Frank Kastenholz    [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
John Klensin        [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Deirdre Kostick     [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Allison Mankin      [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Paul Mockapetris    [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Mike O'Dell         [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Joyce K. Reynolds   [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Jeff Schiller       [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]
Susan Thomson       [   ]     [   ]       [   ]      [   ]

 Yes =>     I have read the spec and know it is good stuff.
 No Obj =>  I am familiar with the protocol and believe it to be OK.
         Note: The ballot contains analysis from the AD which
            may be adequate information to vote positively.
 Discuss => There is something fishy that may need clarification
         or modification.  May be considered a "no" vote.
 Abstain => I am not familiar with the spec, have no
         interest/expertise in the subject or otherwise feel
         obliged to skip the voting.

 2/3 (8) Yes or No-Objection votes needed to pass.

 * Indicate reason if "Discuss".


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From: IESG Secretary <iesg-secretary@cnri.reston.va.us>
Subject: Protocol Action: Requirements for IP Version 4 Routers to Proposed
      Standard
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  The IESG has approved the Internet-Draft "Requirements for IP Version 4
  Routers" <draft-ietf-rreq-cidr-03.txt> as a Proposed Standard. This
  document is the product of the Router Requirements Working Group. The
  IESG contact person is Joel Halpern.


Technical Summary

 This document describes the requirements routers need to meet in order
 to operate safely and effectively in the modern internet. It defines the
 necessary behaviors, along with suffient explanation of the whys and
 wherefores to provide support for implementors and answers to questions

Working Group Summary

 Much discussion went into this work, and it represent the consensus of
 the community without dissent.

Protocol Quality

 The draft has been reviewed by Joel M. Halpern, the Routing AD, and
 Scott Bradner, and is sound and good advice.