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Tsvwg ietf 79 beijing

TSVWGIETF-79 (Beijing)

James Polk

Gorry Fairhurst


Tsvwg ietf 79 beijing

Note Well

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Other notes

Other Notes

  • Need another Note Taker

  • Need a scribe for Jabber session

  • Wireless: Make sure your computer is not in adhoc mode

  • Future TSVWG Authors:

    PLEASE add “-tsvwg-” to any ID submitted


Tsvwg agenda

TSVWG Agenda

Chairs Agenda Bashing

NOTE WELL

Document Status and Accomplishments

Milestones Review

There is an RSVP Directorate now

  • Document Status

  • Today’s Agenda


Tsvwg accomplishments and status

TSVWG Accomplishments and Status

  • 3 RFCs published since IETF 78:

    • RFC 6016 RSVP L3 VPNs

    • RFC 5945 RSVP Proxy Approaches

    • RFC 5946 RSVP Proxy Protocol

  • 5 IDs in RFC Editor Queue now:

    • RSVP Extensions for Emergency Services

    • Port Randomization

    • Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) for SCTP

    • ECN Tunnels

    • SCTP Flag Chunks

  • 0 IDs in IESG processing


Tsvwg accomplishments and status1

TSVWG Accomplishments and Status

  • 1 ID past WGLC

    • RSVP Security Group Keying (waiting on me)

  • 1 ID in WGLC

    • IANA Procedures for the Management of the Transport Protocol Port Number and Service Name Registry

      (WGLC expires Nov 26th)

  • 2 IDs almost ready for WGLC

    • SCTP Stream Reconfiguration

    • SCTP Sockets


Tsvwg accomplishments and status2

TSVWG Accomplishments and Status

  • 1 WG ID

    • Byte and Packet Congestion Notification

    • Or is there supposed to be another one, Randy?

      (draft-stewart-natsupp-tsvwg, approved in Hiroshima)

  • NOTE: there are no other WG items


Tsvwg agenda1

TSVWG Agenda

Chairs Agenda Bashing

NOTE WELL (15 min)

Document Status and Accomplishments

Milestones Review

IESG Feedback

<none this meeting>

WG Drafts

Byte and Packet Congestion Notification (10 min)

SCTP API (10 min)

SCTP Stream Reset (10 min)


Tsvwg agenda2

TSVWG Agenda

Non-WG Drafts

Happy Eyeballs: Trending Towards Success (IPv6 and SCTP) (15 min)

Integrated Services Extension to Allow Multiple TSPECs (10 min)

RSVP Application ID Profiles for Real-Time Classification (10 min)

Deprecation of ICMP Source Quench messages (10 min)

ROHC profile for GTP-U compression (10 min)

WG Draft (moved to end because of conflict)

IANA Procedures for the Management of the Transport (10 min)

Protocol Port Number and Service Name Registry


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