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PILC: Performance Enhancing Proxies (PEPs). 47th IETF draft-ietf-pilc-pep-02.txt John Border, Markku Kojo, Jim Griner, Gabriel Montenegro. Status. The -01 draft was released after the DC IETF meeting.

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pilc performance enhancing proxies peps

PILC:Performance Enhancing Proxies(PEPs)

47th IETF


John Border, Markku Kojo,

Jim Griner, Gabriel Montenegro

  • The -01 draft was released after the DC IETF meeting.
    • Tried to clarify various sections, especially those for which we received good input for -00 draft.
    • We did not receive any comments for -01 draft :-(
  • The -02 draft was submitted prior to this meeting (IETF-47)
    • Incorporates most, but not all, of the comments received so far.
    • Lots of minor edits and wordsmithing plus some sections more heavily revisited.
    • Completed VSAT example and added text for W-WAN examples, including WAP
  • We need help filling in some of the sections of the draft (and in addressing some uncovered comments)
soliciting input still
Soliciting Input (still)
  • Additional PEP types and/or mechanisms which should be included in the draft. Some mechanisms already identified and placeholders added:
    • protocol booster mechanisms
    • ACK filtering and regeneration (in ASYM)
    • partial ACK mechanisms ?
    • others...?
  • Some additional example environments where PEPs are used may be added.
    • However, we are not trying to describe every PEP implementation in existence. So, proposals illustrating types or mechanisms of PEPs other than those illustrated by the existing examples are favored
  • Need help in completing the section on WAP.
soliciting input cont
Soliciting Input (Cont.)
  • Most importantly, we are currently soliciting input on (additional) implications of using PEPs. Some ideas already suggested (placeholders exist) which need to be flushed out (or need additional flushing out):
    • End-to-end failure diagnostics
    • Multi-homing environments (got comment in Oslo, but no input)
    • QoS transparency (got comment in Oslo, but no input)
    • Any other security implications besides those currently included
    • Others ? (Aren’t there any?)
  • Terminology refinement