[storm] Working Group Last Call on "iFCP and Protocol 133 Updates"

Tom Talpey <ttalpey@microsoft.com> Thu, 04 February 2010 14:48 UTC

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The STORM working group announces Last Call on the iFCP update document


which was chartered and published last November. The Last Call period will
extend through Sunday February 21, 2010 at 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time,
in expectation of completing any necessary edits prior to the March IETF
publication deadlines.

Please send any and all technical comments directly to this mailing list:

Any editorial or other comments should be sent to the authors, cc'ing me:
	David Peterson david.peterson -at- brocade.com
	David Black black_david -at- emc.com
	Tom Talpey (STORM WG co-chair) ttalpey -at- microsoft.com

Additional information on the STORM WG agenda, work items and links to
the active documents are available at
The document Abstract is reproduced below.

   Changes to Fibre Channel have caused the specification of iFCP
   address translation mode to become incorrect.  Due to the absence of
   usage of iFCP address translation mode, it is deprecated by this
   document.  iFCP address transparent mode remains correctly specified.

   iFCP address transparent mode has been implemented and is in current
   use, therefore, it is not affected by this document.

   This document also records the state of Internet Protocol Number 133,
   which was allocated for a pre-standard version of FCIP.

Tom Talpey
STORM WG co-chair