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Re: lrw (tunnelling) BoF at Paris
could somebody still do the favor of forwarding the mailing list info if
there is one.
On Wed, 2005-08-10 at 13:20, ext Tim Chown wrote:
> It's quite possible that many on this list did not find out about the
> lrw BoF in Paris:
> Lightweight Reachability softWires BOF (lrw)
> CHAIRS: David Ward <email@example.com>
> Alain Durand <firstname.lastname@example.org >
> The LRW (Lightweight Reachability softWires) BOF is to discuss the problem
> space of: discovery, control and encapsulation methods for connecting IPv4
> networks across IPv6 networks and IPv6 networks across IPv4 networks. Due
> to the fact that some networks are mandated that certain network functions
> must be IPv4 or IPv6 (e.g. due to financial or political reasons); dynamic
> tunnels or 'softwires' are suited for the inter-networking job. The goal
> of the BOF is to form the LRW WG that will work on these issues
> I don't think it was advertised in v6ops or ipv6 WG lists, so it may be
> useful to have some discussion about it here.
> It isn't dissimilar from v6tc, but I understand this time that the WG will
> be formed, under the Internet Area, and thus able to do protocol work.
> Maybe Alain or David can tell us more? Is there a link to a Charter page?
> With recent DSTM discussion, it should be noted that IPv4-in-IPv6 tunnelling
> solutions are very much in scope for this proposed WG.
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