Re: IETF-106 agenda?
Greg Mirsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 01 November 2019 20:28 UTC
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From: Greg Mirsky <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2019 13:27:08 -0700
Subject: Re: IETF-106 agenda?
To: Jeffrey Haas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Hi Jeff, et al., I think that it will be of interest to the group to get an update on the draft-mirmin-bfd-extended. We've added details on the use of the Padding TLV. Also, would appreciate the opportunity to discuss the status of draft-mirsky-bfd-mpls-demand at the meeting. Regards, Greg On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 11:12 AM Jeffrey Haas <email@example.com> wrote: > Working Group, > > A session request had gone in for IETF 106 to accommodate the need for a > possible session. The agenda, to this point, had been left as an open > question primarily to accommodate need to close on lingering questions in > active work. In particular, this was for two items: > > - BFD for vxlan > - BFD for Large Packets > > (For transparency, I am an author on BFD for large packets) > > As of this afternoon, we seem to have drafts submitted that cover the known > open issues on both of these drafts. In particular, the work to get us to > the latest draft for the vxlan document took over 150 messages. > > If BFD meets, agenda time was primarily reserved to reconcile open issues > on > these documents. > > Discussion on BFDv2 is currently deferred for next IETF to focus the > Working > Group's limited attention on closing open work. > > That said, if we have other topics to consider, please submit them for > consideration. If we have no such topics, and the discussion on the above > two drafts seems likely to conclude well over e-mail, we may consider > canceling the session. > > As a final note, since Reshad is unable to make it to IETF-106, if we do > decide to continue with our meeting, we will require the commitment for a > minutes taker. Reshad and I often will cover that for each other over the > course of a session, but I won't be able to sustain that on my own. > > -- Jeff, for the chairs. > >