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RE: ID References Question
> We are submitting a draft defining unified MIB for VRRPv2 and VRRPv3
> I am going through the review guidelines to verify that the draft is
> conforming to all the requirements. I have the following questions:
> The latest documents for both VRRPv2 and VRRPv3 protocols are in
> the drafts stage.
> Is it OK to refer to these draft documents in the draft we are
> submitting? Especially, Is it Ok to refer these drafts in the
> 'Abstract' section.
You cannot put citations in the abstract section at all (see RFC-Editor
page that defines the policy)
Based on the below it is OK to put something in abstract aka
> in the references section can we specify for example:
> [rfcxxxx] Robert Hinden, "Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol",
> (draft-ietf-vrrp-spec-v2-09.txt), August 2003.
This looks ok to me. Sounds as a normative ref even.
You MIB doc will not becoem RFC till the rfcxxxx is also an RFC
and RFC-Editor normally takes care of syncing them up.
Hope this helps,