Re: [Teas] Drafts on slicing in SR networks Tue, 17 November 2020 02:19 UTC

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Hi Lou,

Thanks for your suggestion.  Let's take a look at draft-bestbar-teas-ns-packet and look for cooperation.

Best Regards



抄送人:TEAS WG;
日 期 :2020年11月16日 19:25
主 题 :[Teas] Drafts on slicing in SR networks


     Apologies for the lack of time to discuss your drafts in today's 
TEAS WG meeting.  I note that both cover overlapping topics, i.e., 
slicing in SR networks.  Would it be possible/reasonable for the authors 
to try to work together to come up with a joint proposal for 
consideration by the WG?  I do note that one document is solely on SR 
with the other covers SR and non-SR usage.

Thank you,

Lou (as Chair)

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