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new version of TE framework draft: Comments
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- Subject: new version of TE framework draft: Comments
- From: Jim Boyle <jboyle@Level3.net>
- Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 20:27:31 -0600 (MDT)
- Delivery-date: Thu, 05 Apr 2001 19:09:39 -0700
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Please take a chance to review our current framework document. Like
Like planning a wedding, the longer framework drafts take, the larger they
are likely to become. So please take some time to review our current
framework document (draft-ietf-tewg-framework-03.txt), I suspect a WG last
call will be made shortly.
Here's my comments:
- it's big.
- timescale of picoseconds? (nit)
then what I'll call riders: restoration, mp-lambda-s, diffserv, webserv.
I don't think these should drift into the details. Sections 6.5.2-3 don't
so bad, they are long (maybe I just have no attention span).
6.6 - what's this? Web servers, and the need to tie in application load
splitting into the planning / provisioning cycles? Maybe just strike
6.7 (Diffserv TE) is way too far into the details, besides perhaps a bit
biased to one approach, to wit:
"In order to provide enhanced quality of service in a Diffserv domain,
it is not enough to implement proper buffer management and scheduling
mechanisms. In addition to buffer management and scheduling"
maybe it is? Is this a universal truth, is there a reference, is there no
dissenting view in the community? Can another look be made at 6.7 in
light that this is in a framework document?
On Sun, 1 Apr 2001, Jim Boyle wrote:
> Everyone, please use the new mailing list, thanks.
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> Subject: new version of TE framework draft
> A new version of the TE framework draft "draft-ietf-tewg-framework-03.txt"
> is attached. We've addressed the issues raised on the mailing list during
> the last call. A text file describing all the changes made is also attached.
> In summary, we didn't see any significant issues during the previous last
> call. Therefore, there is no change of technical substance in this new version.
> Some re-wording is done in section 6: the original "requirements" are now
> re-worded as "recommendations".
> Comments are welcome. We would like to request that the WG issue a
> last call on it shortly.