Re: Network Infrastructure Paper

Thomas Johannsen <> Thu, 09 July 1992 09:10 UTC

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Subject: Re: Network Infrastructure Paper
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> Hi. I've submitted a revised version of the network objects
> paper I presented at the last IETF, as a new Internet Draft.

> Any early (well not so early I guess) comments would be most
> welcome.
> 	Mark

I got the files from your server just now and it looks quite interessting
to me.

Actually, we have been thinking of a similiar way to represent network
objects. However, there are some differences. After a more detailed study
of your draft I'll send more comments. 

Unfortunately, I will not go to Boston as well, so the folks there will
fight without us :-). Hopefully we'll come to a common draft proposal.

For details of our view, please get