Re: [Time] Fwd: New Liaison Statement, "Liaison to IETF on YANG Service OAM models"

Huub van Helvoort <> Sun, 14 September 2014 21:46 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Time] Fwd: New Liaison Statement, "Liaison to IETF on YANG Service OAM models"
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Hello Dan,

You write:

> My opinion is that the IETF should be involved in the development of
> data models (using YANG or other Data Modeling Languages) only when
> these model IETF technologies (for example routing protocols).

I agree. This should be starting point of the development.

> Data
> models (using YANG or other DMLs) that refer to technologies developed
> out of the IETF (like layer 2 protocols, or ITU-T OAM) should be
> developed by the respective organizations.

Indeed. And what we can do is ask other SDOs if they would like to
be involved in developing a generic DML.
Then they can also share their network objectives to develop such
a model.

> If Generic multi-layer OAM is defined by the IETF, a possible data model
> can be developed here.


Regards, Huub.