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  • IETF 72Host PresentationandTechnical Plenary29 July 2008Dublin, Ireland

  • AgendaWelcomeHost PresentationIRTF Chairs reportAaron FalkIAB Chairs reportOlaf KolkmanTechnical topic: IPv6 Deployment ForumModerated by Gregory Lebovitz Open microphone session

  • Host PresentationKevin O'Callaghan Country Leader Alcatel-Lucent Ireland.

  • AgendaWelcomeHost PresentationIRTF Chairs reportAaron FalkIAB Chairs reportOlaf KolkmanTechnical topic: IPv6 Deployment ForumModerated by Gregory Lebovitz Open microphone session

  • www.irtf.org

  • Update on the Internet Research Task ForceAaron FalkIRTF Chair

    IETF-72 Dublin

  • IETF-71 -- Philadelphia, BC*Content TemplateContent Template

  • Internet Architecture BoardUpdateOlaf M. KolkmanDublin, IrelandJuly 30, 2007IETF 72, July 30, 2008, Dublin, Ireland

  • IABIAB Charter: RFC2850 http://www.iab.org/about/overview.htmlDocuments http://www.iab.org/documents/selected-iab-documents.htmlMinutes http://www.iab.org/documents/iabmins/index.htmlBacklog in minutesCorrespondence http://www.iab.org/documents/correspondence/index.htmlLiaisons and more all via the IAB website

  • Document Activity (1)Published:What Makes For a Successful Protocol?RFC5218

    About to be submitted to the RFC editor:Design choices while expanding the DNSdraft-iab-dns-choices-06Needs one more editorial spin

  • Document Activity (2)Work in Progress:Principles of Internet Host Configurationdraft-iab-ip-config-04 Expect a call for comments shortlyHeaders and Boillerplatesdraft-iab-streams-headers-boilerplates-00Relates to work on 3932-bis and the IRTF stream definition

  • Architectural ActivityStockholm, April 25-26 (Hosts: Netnod and Arceo)Various topics:The evolution of the IP model (lead: Dave Thaler)draft-thaler-ip-model-evolution-01.txtPeer to Peer Architecture (lead: Gonzalo Camarillo)Forthcoming: draft-camarillo-iab-p2p-archs-00IPv6 Technical Plenary (lead: Gregory Lebovitz)

  • Inter organizational 1Liaison ActivityInternal IAB organization to structure and coordinate Liaison activitiesLiaison shepherdsBert Wijnen stepped down as IEEE 802.1 liaison Thanks for years of service!Eric Gray has replaced BertClass A liaison relation with ISO/TC46: John Klensin appointed as liaison

  • Inter Organizational 2The Joint Working Team on MPLS extensionsITU-T Members ITU-T T-MPLS Ad Hoc TeamMPLS InteroperabilityDesignTeamJoint Working Team(20)

    IETF Members ITU IETFThe JWT was established to sort out how to proceed with MPLS for transport networks

  • Agreement on the recommendationIETF to:develop a transport profile for MPLS (MPLS-TP)Taking into account ITU-T transport network requirements The ITU-T to:Intergrate MPLS-TP in the transport networkAllign the current T-MPLS ITU-T rec. with MPLS-TPTerminate the work on T-MPLSFor more details see: draft-bryant-mpls-tp-jwt-report-00.[txt|pdf]

  • Inter Organizational 3OECDIn cooperation with ISOCCosigned a memorandum on the Future of the Internet in a Global Economyhttp://www.isoc.org/pubpolpillar/docs/oecd-technical-community-memorandum.pdfParticipation in the Technical Forum prior to the OECD Ministerial on the Future of the Internet Economy

  • IETF OrganizationalRFC Editor ModelIAB: responsible for maintaining/defining the RFC Editor modelIAOC: responsible for implementation of agreement between the IETF and the RFC editorRFC Editor contract up for bids in 2009In order to guarantee continuity going forward we needed a comprehensive model

  • RFC editor modelSeparates the RFC Editor function into 4 functional production and process rolesIndependent Stream ApproverRFC EditorProduction HousePublisherSuggests methods for filling the positions and welcomes suggestions for possible other models

  • Where to learn more and provide inputDetails on the IAB websitehttp://www.iab.org/documents/resources/RFC-Editor-Model.htmlSpecific questions around:Selection of the RFC Editor and Indep. Stream approver; RFP or RFC4333 like process?Your informed views are welcomeDiscussion takes place on the RFC interest mailing listAffects all streamsConclusions to be drawn shortly after DublinFeedback to rfc-interest listDecision by end of August

  • Worth MentioningLars Eggert is succeeding Mark Townsley as IESG liaison to the IAB

    Logo: Designed by Dow Street.

    We have had no appeals

  • IPv6 Deployment ForumModeration: Gregory Lebovitz

  • IPv6 DeploymentPanel

  • Follow Along with UsJabber: plenary@jabber.ietf.org

    Presentations: https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/72/materials.html

  • Pls Read the IntroductionIntroduction & Background from the IABDone via email to save time for presenters and Q&A

    http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ietf/current/msg52686.html

  • IPv6 Transition Work Addressed this WeekNAT-PT = transition mechanism defined a while back in RFC2766, deprecated in RFC4966. Use-cases that NAT-PT addressed (and some it didnt) still need to be addressed; requirements persist.This week discussions in several places to cover these use-cases:IPv6 OpsBehave WGSoftwires (IPv6 in v4 L2TP tunnels)Int AreaOps AreaEven snuck into IPsecME

  • Panel ParticipantsMark Kosters ARINAlain Durand ComcastShin Miyakawa NTTcomLorenzo Colitti GoogleStuart Cheshire AppleGregory Lebovitz Moderator

  • Ground Rules Keep the Pace10 min per presenterHold all questions until Q&A time.Yes, even clarifying questions15 min of Moderator-led Q&A15-20 min Open Mic Q&AQuestions, not pontifications30 seconds to ask1 question per person, as long as queues are full

  • Moderators Q&A

  • Q&A from the floor

  • Recall the Ground RulesQ & A from the Floor15-20 min Open Mic Q&A Questions > Comments 30 seconds to ask 1 question per person, as long as queues are full

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