Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of IETF95

20/04/16 08:00:14 (6 years ago)



  • IETF95

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    149149We are requesting the publication of our drafts in batches so that reviewers have the necessary context when performing their reviews. The first batch included RFC 4843bis, RFC 5201bis, and RFC 5202bis, all of which have already been published as RFCs. The second batch included RFC 5203bis, RFC 5204bis, RFC 5205bis, and RFC 6253bis. We have already requested the publication of the second batch. The editors of the drafts are currently addressing IETF LC comments. The WG is actively working on preparing the next batch for pub req.
     151 == NTP ==
     153The NTP working group met jointly with the TICTOC working group @ IETF95. Since the last IETF, two RFCs have been published (RFC 7821 UDP Checksum Complement in the Network Time Protocol, and RFC 7822 Network Time Protocol Version 4 (NTPv4) Extension Fields). The group discussed the work items related to Network Time Security (NTS), the NTP BCP, and several new drafts related to the NTP extension fields and REFID. A WGLC has been completed for the three documents related to NTS. A design team will be established to address the issues raised during the WGLC period. It is expected that the three documents will be updated and another WGLC issued in advance of IETF 96. The NTP BCP is making some progress, and it is also hoped to issue a WGLC in advance of IETF 96. The new drafts on extension fields and REFID will be discussed further on the mailing list. There is still an outstanding action item to work on rechartering and combining with TICTOC.
     155 == TICTOC ==
     157The TICTOC working group met jointly with the NTP working group @ IETF95. The IEEE 1588-2008 MIB is with the IESG. The experimental drafts on multi-path synchronization and 1588 over MPLS are awaiting shepherd writeup to progress. The document on the enterprise profile is ready for WGLC. There has been a liaison statement on management received from ITU-T SG 15. This liaison provides information on the management model work related to synchronization networks being developed in that group. This is part of the coordination effort of several standards groups related to management of synchronization networks and protocols. No action on the liaison is required at this time. The IEEE 1588-2008 YANG model is progressing. Finally, the Scalable Synchronization Networks work was presented. This work is currently being discussed on an independent mailing list while a determination is made to the scope of the proposed work and the appropriate working group to progress this work.