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RE: Yet anoter charter version
Looks good, some small comments:
> The shim6 WG is to produce specifications for a complete IPv6
-> Could we drop 'complete' - there are some things, like multihoming
policy that is out of scope, but probably is needed to actually
get the thing running.
> site-multihoming solution based on the architecture developed by the
> IETF multi6 WG. The multi6 WG was tasked with investigating solutions
> to the site multihoming problem that will allow the global routing
> system to scale. The outcome of the multi6 WG is a specific
> network-layer shim architecture for addressing and address handling of
> sites and nodes. This includes switching to different locator
> addresses when connectivity changes, but without the changes of
> address being visible to upper layers, which see a fixed Upper Layer
> Identifier address (ULID).
> The shim6 WG is to complete this work with the required protocol developments
> and complete the architecture and security analysis of the required
> The background documents to be considered by the WG include:
> RFC 3582
> The input documents that the WG will use as the basis for its design
> The shim6 WG is to publish, as standards track RFCs, specifications with
> enough details to allow full interoperable implementations of the shim
> layer approach to multihoming as agreed on by the multi6 WG. These
> implementations will have the ability to take advantage of
> multihoming without adding to the growth of the global routing table
> by using aggregates already announced by upstream providers.
Otherwise, I think this looks good.