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Re: [RRG] RRG process clarification
On Apr 18, 2008, at 3:59 PM, Lars Eggert wrote:
On 2008-4-18, at 15:11, ext Tony Li wrote:
|I hate to bring up the R-word, but I think before we can get to a
|consensus on architectural or technical directions for a solution,
|need some consensus on what the requirements are for the
|What are the goals and non-goals?
Please see http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-irtf-rrg-design-goals-01
I must admit that I don't follow the RRG very closely very often (it
requires a full-time commitment), but I don't remember the
discussion around this document resulting in a consensus. But I may
be wrong, and RGs don't need to operate by consensus. In any event,
the document is definitely is a good start.
I'm wondering if anything more needs to be said with regards to the
impact that changing the routing architecture has on L4/L7 protocols
(my personal pet peeve),
personally I agree that's a very important thing to get a clear
understanding (I have some half-baked ideas here), though I dont see
it belonging to the requirement doc.
whether it is desired that existing L3 protocols be usable as a
starting point for implementation and deployment, whether improving
O&M of the routing subsystem is desirable, whether the current weak
statement is really what we want to require from a routing revamp,
this is a good list. Most (if not all) of them were discussed during
the IAB Routing and Addressing workshop (take a look of RFC4984 if
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