Re: [netconf] Adoption-suitability for draft-wang-netconf-adaptive-subscription

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Dear all,

I read the draft, regarding the two questions, the comments are as follows:

1. Is the problem important for the NETCONF WG to solve?
I believe that it is important to allows the publisher to adjust the volume of telemetry data sent to the subscribers by changing data collection rate when both publishers and subscribers support multiple update intervals or data collection rates. This will reduce overload on the receivers on one hand, getting more telemetry data for network failure diagnosis on the other hand. And I believe that the NETCONF WG is the appropriate WG for this work. RFC8639 and RFC8640 provide a good basis for this work.

2. Is the draft a suitable basis for the work?
I think this draft is mature enough and provide a solid basis for starting point.

Best regards,

Yuan ZHANG 张园 

China Telecom Research Institute 中国电信研究院
Tel: +86-18918588990