[Softwires] Re Re: Milestone update and closing/rechartering discussion

"xiechf01@gmail.com" <xiechf01@gmail.com> Fri, 16 October 2015 22:52 UTC

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From: "xiechf01@gmail.com" <xiechf01@gmail.com>
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Subject: [Softwires] Re Re: Milestone update and closing/rechartering discussion
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Dear all, 

  I think multicast-radius is an useful solution for IPv6 transition multicast technology and we also have plan of some deployment about it. 

  IMO, multicast-radius should be in new milestone in PART 1 rather than PART2. Because multicast-radius is a companion document of multicast-dhcp(draft-ietf-softwire-multicast-prefix-option-09), just like "map-radius(draft-ietf-softwire-map-radius-04) and map-dhcp(RFC 7598)". Multicast-radius is not a new type of multicast technology. In fact, it tries to assist multicast-dhcp document to support all kinds of multicast transition technology, including Mesh multicast and DS-Lite multicast. 

Chongfeng Xie

发件人: wang.cui1
发送时间: 2015-10-14 15:34
收件人: Suresh Krishnan
抄送: Softwires WG; Softwires; Yong Cui
主题: Re: [Softwires] Milestone update and closing/rechartering discussion

Dear Chairs, 

  As Mesh topology multicast, DS-lite multicast as well as multicast prefix option documents are all going to be proposed as Standard, I think the companion document http://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-hu-softwire-multicast-radius-ext-08.txt in the potential items for rechartering Part 2 is also worthy to be included in the rechartering process to form a set of solutions to solve multicast in transiton scenarioes. 

  Also as a coauthor of draft-hu-softwire-multicast-radius-ext-08, I think this draft is mature to advance further :) 

  Thanks very much :) 

Best Regards, 
Linda Wang 


"Softwires" <softwires-bounces@ietf.org> 写于 2015/10/14 07:13:30:

> Suresh Krishnan <suresh.krishnan@ericsson.com> 
> 发件人:  "Softwires" <softwires-bounces@ietf.org>
> 2015/10/14 07:13 
> 收件人 
> Softwires WG <softwires@ietf.org>rg>, 
> 抄送 
> Yong Cui <cuiyong@tsinghua.edu.cn> 
> 主题 
> [Softwires] Milestone update and closing/rechartering discussion 
> Hi all,
>    As we mentioned in the last meeting we are trying to wind down the 
> softwire working group in an orderly fashion and trying to make sure 
> that no essential documents are left out.
> Milestones update
> =================
> To start off we would like to update the milestones for the open 
> deliverables. If you think that the timelines are off or if you think 
> any of these deliverables are not needed, please feel to speak up.
> Nov 2015    Submit MAP RADIUS attribute document for Proposed Standard
>              (decide whether to include lw4o6 or not)
> Nov 2015    Submit MAP MIB module document for Proposed Standard
> Nov 2015    Adopt MAP-T deployment scenarios as a WG document
>              (Already adopted as wg item earlier. Reconfirm)
> Dec 2015    Submit Mesh topology multicast document as Proposed Standard
> Dec 2015    Submit DS-lite multicast document for Proposed Standard
> Jan 2016    Submit multicast prefix option document as Proposed Standard
> Jan 2016    Submit MAP deployment document as Informational
> Mar 2016    Submit softwire YANG model document for Proposed Standard
> Mar 2016    Submit Unified Softwire CPE document for Proposed Standard
> Mar 2016    Submit MAP-T deployment scenarios for Informational
> Apr 2016    Conclude WG
> Potential items for new milestones: Part 1
> ==========================================
> There are also some drafts (or draft ideas) that have seen some support 
> at the meetings when they were presented or discussed. We would like to 
> gauge the support for these drafts before we add them to the milestones.
> Softwire YANG model draft
> draft-sun-softwire-yang-04
> Dynamic IPv4 Provisioning for Lightweight 4over6
> draft-liu-softwire-lw4over6-dynamic-provisioning-00
> Lightweight 4over6 operational document
> (Idea floated - no current draft)
> Potential items for rechartering: Part 2
> ========================================
> There are also a few other drafts that have been presented and the 
> authors have requested that they be included in the rechartering process 
> (if there is one). Similar to the items in Part 1, we would like to 
> gauge the support for these drafts as well before we decide to work on them.
> RADIUS Extensions for IPv4-Embedded Multicast and Unicast IPv6 Prefixes
> draft-hu-softwire-multicast-radius-ext-08
> Multicast Support for Mapping of Address and Port Protocol and Light 
> Weight 4over6
> draft-sarikaya-softwire-map-multicast-04
> There are also a few other drafts floating around that could be of 
> potential interest to softwires. If you feel that there are other drafts 
> that need to be considered, feel free to propose them here as well. If 
> we see a very strong need for a recharter we will work with the ADs to 
> decide on the further steps.
> Thanks
> Suresh
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