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FW: Internal WG Review: Recharter of Security Issues in Network E vent Logging (syslog)
I am/was checking with MIB doctors.
And got back the below.
So I guess it does show interest in the protocol spec from
the some NetConf people. We can off course ask for explicit
expressions of such support when we do IETF review of the
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Andy Bierman
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 15:14
To: Wijnen, Bert (Bert)
Cc: Mreview (E-mail)
Subject: Re: Internal WG Review: Recharter of Security Issues in Network
Event Logging (syslog)
Can you clarify the standards status of draft-ietf-syslog-protocol-16.txt?
I'm confused -- it appears this WG document is part of the re-charter.
There are some people in the NETCONF WG that want to leverage
this work and not reinvent it.
>This is still in internal IESG/IAB review.
>But if any of you has early comments, pls do send them asap
>(before Thursday 11am EST). I recall that we had some
>discussion about overlapping/similar/ work during our OPS area
>Specifically, do we have insights into:
>- it is not clear many people plan to implement a syslog
> protocol that is not at least minimally compatible with
> the existing syslog messages.
>- is there sufficient community interest, reviewer interest
> and implementer interest to charter this work.
>- It seems the document quality of the new syslog protocol
> is good. If they can get sufficient review and implementation
> it seems that standardizing something in this space would be
>- There is also MIB work going on see below
>- proposed charter (although some text is missing at the
> beginning) below.