[Rtg-dt-encap-considerations] Proliferation of encapsulations ...

Erik Nordmark <nordmark@sonic.net> Thu, 21 May 2015 17:13 UTC

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Based on our discussion I propose adding this text to the scope section:

"While the origin and focus of this document is the routing area and in 
particular NVO3, SFC, and BIER, the considerations apply to other 
encapsulations that are being defined in the IETF and elsewhere. There 
seems to be an increase in the number of encapsulations being defined to 
run over UDP, where there might already exist an encapsulation over IP 
or Ethernet. Feedback on how these considerations apply in those 
contexts is welcome."
Comments?


Once that is in place and the document is out I'll send a note to the 
IESG to raise awareness.
In that note I'll include any examples we have. Is there something other 
than draft-xu-softwire-ip-in-udp and draft-ietf-trill-over-ip that we 
should use as examples?

Based on how that goes I'll raise the "profileration of encapsulations" 
with the IAB later.

Thanks,
    Erik