defining signaling parameters for GMPLS

tom petch <ietfa@btconnect.com> Wed, 02 January 2019 10:20 UTC

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Subject: defining signaling parameters for GMPLS
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The TEAS WG is producing a te-types I-D which contains definitions, in
YANG form, for many of the signaling parameters used by GMPLS.

Meanwhile, the LSR WG has a need to defind the signaling parameters used
for TE and so has created its own definitions thereof.

There is an expired I2RS I-D with similar definitions.

Perhaps, in future, the MPLS or CCAMP WG will also find a need to define
these parameters and create their own definitions.

Meanwhile, these parameters have, for over 15 years, been registered
with IANA.

Defining things good, defining things in standards multiple times, not
so good.

I think there is a need for these parameters, some, although perhaps not
all, of

http://www.iana.org/assignments/gmpls-sig-parameters/gmpls-sig-parameter
s.xhtml#gmpls-sig-parameters-3

to be turned into a YANG module for all WG to use.  Such an exercise has
been successfully carried out by the NETMOD WG for interface definitions
(RFC7224).

Tom Petch