IETF agenda and administrivia

Gene.Hastings at boole.ece.cmu.edu Gene.Hastings at boole.ece.cmu.edu
Fri Jan 31 14:41:22 UTC 1992


Apologies to those who I know have seen this already.

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Subject: IETF MAILING 2 (w/Agenda): March 16-20, 1992/San Diego
Date: Mon, 06 Jan 92 14:46:14 -0500
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Dear IETFers: 

This is the second mailing of logistics for the upcoming IETF
(March 16-20, 1992/San Diego).  You should READ THIS CAREFULLY
as there are a number of important items.  Please direct any
questions to ietf-rsvp at nri.reston.va.us.  

Included in this mailing are the following:

1.  AT-A-GLANCE SHEET :  A one page write-up of pertinent information
                         (i.e., Dates, Registration Info., Hotel,
                         Airline, Shuttle, etc.)

2.  REGISTRATION FORM :  We will accept payment by credit card and/or
                         check. Please be sure to read the form carefully
                         and provide complete information.

3.  PRELIMINARY AGENDA:  This Agenda is subject to frequent changes.  If
                         you do not find a particular working group listed, 
                         contact the Chair directly.  Subsequent Agenda's
                         will be posted to the mailing list on a regular
                         basis.
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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

1.  REGISTRATION: We must receive your REGISTRATION Form before or on 
    February 14th, in order for you to qualify for the $130.00 registration 
    fee.  In other words, your payment MAY, but does NOT have to, accompany 
    the FORM.  Any Registration Forms received after February 14th will, 
    without exception, require payment of $150.00.  

2.  HOTELS: Please MAKE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATIONS IMMEDIATELY, space is 
    limited and San Diego will be hosting the Challenger Cup Races which
    serve as the trials for the America's Cup.  I would encourage you to
    make reservations even if you are uncertain as to the exact dates you
    will be attending the IETF.  Please keep in mind that it is far easier 
    to cancel reservations, than it is to find a room at the last minute.
    The Hyatt Islandia will charge one nights room rate plus tax if you do
    not cancel your reservations 72 hours prior to previously confirmed
    arrival.


FYI.....

A reminder that the quality of these meetings (and in
particular the Working Group technical *working* sessions) is
dependent upon the informed, constructive participation of the
individual attendees.  Please come prepared.

Information on the current status and progress of the individual
Working Groups can be obtained in several ways:

1. Working Group objectives and notes from previous sessions are 
   available online (send to ietf-manager at nri.reston.va.us for retrieval 
   instructions). 

2. Working Group objectives and notes from previous meetings are 
   also reproduced in the hardcopy Proceedings (to order, send to 
   proceedings at nri.reston.va.us).   

3. Agendas and reading lists for Working Group meetings will also be 
   posted to the respective Working Group mailing lists.


IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE SCHEDULING OF A PARTICULAR WORKING
GROUP, PLEASE CONTACT THE CHAIR OF THAT GROUP DIRECTLY.  A LISTING OF 
WORKING GROUP MAILING LISTS IS AVAILABLE VIA ANONYMOUS FTP, CD IETF,
GET "1wg-summary.txt". 

LOOKING AHEAD....

The Summer 1992 IETF is scheduled for the week beginning
July 13, 1992 in Boston.  Our local host is MIT
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23RD INTERNET ENGINEERING TASK FORCE	     Mailing Date  : 1/6/92   
AT-A-GLANCE				     Mailing Number: 2 

DATE: March 16-20, 1992                   HOST(S): E. Paul Love, Jr.
                                                   Hans Werner-Braun 
		                                   San Diego Supercomputer  


HOTEL/MEETING SITE: Hyatt Islandia 
                    On San Diego's Mission Bay 
                    1441 Quivira Road
                    San Diego, CA 92109-7898 
                    Phone: (619) 224-1234 {fax: (619) 224-0348}
		    CI 4:00 p.m.; CO 12:00 p.m. 
                    200 Rooms reserved until February 14, 1992
                    $90.00/single; $90.00/double (please add 9% tax)
                    Specify: IETF or 23rd Internet Engineering Task Force  


ALTERNATE ACCOM:    TBD

    
MESSAGES:           A Message Board will be set up near the registration
                    area. Please have all messages reference IETF Group. 


PRE-REGISTRATION:   Sunday, March 15, 1992 
		    6pm - 8pm (reception during)
                    Hyatt Islandia 
                    Room: TBD 


REGISTRATION:	    Monday, March 16, 1992 
                    8am - 9am 
                    Hyatt Islandia 
                    Room: TBD 


ATTENDANCE FEE:     PAYMENT BY: Credit Card or Check  
	            $130.00 if received BY February 14, 1992  
	 	    $150.00 if received AFTER February 14, 1992 


AIRLINE:            United Airlines (special rate roundtrip only)
                    1 (800) 521-4041 Meeting ID: 514VS (IETF)
                    We regret that discounted fares are not 
                    available for international flights.

	
CAR RENTAL:         Hertz Discounts available through United. 

		    
AIRPORT:	    Lindberg International Airport 


SHUTTLE:   	    The Super Shuttle services the Hyatt Islandia from
                    Lindberg International Airport. Current charge is
                    $5.00 each way.  

                   
PARKING:            Hyatt Islandia: Complimentary for guests 
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                            REGISTRATION FORM
             23rd Internet Engineering Task Force - Page 1 of 2
                           March 16 - 20, 1992   
                              San Diego, CA   


Please print or type:

Name (Mr/Dr/Ms)__________________________________________________________

Title____________________________________________________________________

Organization_____________________________________________________________

Address__________________________________________________________________

City_______________________________State______________Zip Code___________

Telephone______________________________Fax_______________________________

Email____________________________________________________________________

Please check a) and b) below so we can identify your organization type and
interest.

a)  Organization Type  ___HW/SW Vendor  ___Government  ___Network Provider

                       ___University  ___Other (_______________________)


b)  Your interest in 23rd IETF Meeting:  ___Network Operator                 

                       ___Network User  ___Product Developer  ___Researcher

                       ___Other (________________)


Do you plan to attend the Sunday, March 15, 1992 evening reception? 
    YES___   NO___


$130.00 Registration postmarked no later than February 14, 1992 (emailed forms 
must reflect a date no later than February 14, 1992).

$150.00 ($130.00 + $20.00 late fee) Registration postmarked after 
February 14, 1992.

Method of payment:  ___AMEX  ___VISA  ___MC  ___Diners  ___Check enclosed  

                    (U.S. dollars, drawn on a U.S. Bank), payable to:
                    Corporation for National Research Initiatives

Account No.____________________________ Expiration Date__________________

Cardholder Signature_____________________________________________________

Please return a copy of the Registration Form today to take advantage of 
the reduced rate of $130.00 and mail to:

     Corporation for National Research Initiatives
     Accounting Department - 23rd IETF Meeting 
     1895 Preston White Drive, Suite 100
     Reston, VA 22091-5434


                                REGISTRATION FORM
                  23rd Internet Engineering Task Force - Page 2 of 2
                               March 16 - 20, 1992
                                  San Diego, CA  


IMPORTANT:

     1.   Advance Registrations must be postmarked no later than 
          February 14, 1992.
     2.   Register ONE person per form.  Substitutions are not allowed.  
     3.   Request for refunds must be received by March 13, 1992.
     4.   Refund policy:  Refunds are subject to a $20.00 service charge.   
                          Late fees will not be refunded. 
     5.   Your registration fee includes a copy of the Meeting's Proceedings,
		Sunday evening reception (cash bar), and a daily continental
                breakfast and coffee breaks.
	
For additional information or assistance, please contact (703) 620-8990, 
(703) 620-0913 (Fax) or ietf-rsvp at nri.reston.va.us.  Direct all inquiries 
to:  23rd IETF meeting - San Diego.
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       Preliminary Agenda of the Twenty-Third IETF - as of 1/6/92
                          (March 16-20, 1992)

MONDAY, March 16, 1992


8:00-9:00 am     IETF Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:30 am     Introductions and Local Arrangements

                 o   Local Host Orientation (E. Paul Love, Jr./SDSC)

9:30-12:00 noon    Morning Sessions

                 APP    Network Fax WG (Mark Needleman/UC)
                 APP    Network News Transport Protocol WG
                        (Eliot Lear/Silicon Graphics)
                 INT    IP over Asynchronous Transfer Mode WG (Bob Hinden/BBN)
                 MGT    Internet Accounting WG (Cyndi Mills/BBN
                        and Gregory Ruth/BBN)
                 MGT    X.25 Management Information Base WG
                        (Dean Throop/Data General)
                 OPS    Network Status Reports (Phill Gross/ANS)
                 OSI    Network OSI Operations WG (Sue Hares/Merit)
                 SEC    Security Area Advisory Group (Stephen Crocker/TIS)
                 USV    User Services WG (Joyce Reynolds/ISI)

Breaks           Coffee available throughout morning.
1:30-3:30 pm     Afternoon Sessions I

                 APP    Internet SMTP Extensions WG (John Klensin/MIT)
                 OPS    Operational Area Directorate (Susan Estrada/CERFnet,
                        Phill Gross/ANS, Bernhard Stockman/NORDUnet)
                 OSI    Network OSI Operations WG (Sue Hares/Merit)
                 RTG    IP over Large Public Data Networks WG
                        (George Clapp/Ameritech)
                 SEC    Common Authentication Technology WG (John Linn/DEC)
                 TSV    Dynamic Host Configuration WG (Ralph Droms/Bucknell)
                 USV    Network Information Services Infrastructure WG
                        (April Marine/SRI and Pat Smith/Merit)

3:30-4:00 pm     Break (Refreshments provided)
4:00-6:00 pm     Afternoon Sessions II

                 BOF    Trunk MIB BOF (Fred Baker/ACC)
                 APP    Network News Transport Protocol WG
                        (Eliot Lear/Silicon Graphics)
                 MGT    Remote LAN Monitoring WG
                        (Mike Erlinger/Micro Technology)
                 RTG    IP over Large Public Data Networks WG
                        (George Clapp/Ameritech)

TUESDAY, March 17, 1992


8:30-9:00 am     Continental Breakfast, No Morning Plenary
9:00-9:30 am     Technical Presentations

                 o   "Copyright Laws" (Patrice Lyons, Esquire)

9:30-12:00 noon    Morning Sessions

                 APP    Network Database WG (Daisy Shen/IBM)
                 APP    Telnet WG (Steve Alexander/INTERACTIVE Systems)
                 INT    IP over Asynchronous Transfer Mode WG (Bob Hinden/BBN)
                 MGT    Internet Accounting WG (Cyndi Mills/BBN
                        and Gregory Ruth/BBN)
                 MGT    X.25 Management Information Base WG
                        (Dean Throop/Data General)
                 OPS    User Connectivity Problems WG (Dan Long/BBN)
                 OSI    X.400 Operations WG (Alf Hansen/SINTEF DELAB and
                        Rob Hagens/UWisc)
                 TSV    Audio/Video Transport WG (Stephen Casner/ISI)
                 TSV    Service Location Protocol WG (John Veizades/Apple)
                 USV    Internet User Glossary WG (Tracy LaQuey
                        Parker/UTexas and Gary Malkin/FTP Software)

Breaks           Coffee available throughout morning.
1:30-3:30 pm     Afternoon Sessions I

                 APP    Network Database WG (Daisy Shen/IBM)
                 MGT    Ethernet MIB WG (Frank Kastenholz/Clearpoint)
                 OPS    Operational Statistics WG (Phill Gross/ANS and
                        Bernhard Stockman/NORDUnet)
                 OSI    X.400 Operations WG (Alf Hansen/SINTEF DELAB and
                        Rob Hagens/UWisc)
                 RTG    IP over Large Public Data Networks WG
                        (George Clapp/Ameritech)
                 SEC    Common Authentication Technology WG (John Linn/DEC)
                 TSV    Audio/Video Transport WG (Stephen Casner/ISI)
                 TSV    Dynamic Host Configuration WG (Ralph Droms/Bucknell)
                 USV    Internet School Networking WG (John Clement/EDUCOM, 
                        Connie Stout/TheNet and Art St. George/UNM)

3:30-4:00 pm     Break (Refreshments provided)
4:00-6:00 pm     Afternoon Sessions II

                 APP    Internet SMTP Extensions WG (John Klensin/MIT)
                 INT    IP over Appletalk WG (John Veizades/Apple)
                 RTG    IP over Large Public Data Networks WG
                        (George Clapp/Ameritech)
                 RTG    Open Shortest Path First IGP WG (John Moy/Proteon)
                 TSV    Audio/Video Transport WG (Stephen Casner/ISI)

7:00-10:00 pm    Evening Sessions

                 BOF    Living Documents BOF (Peter Deutsch/McGill and
                        Alan Emtage/McGill)
                 MGT    Remote LAN Monitoring WG
                        (Mike Erlinger/Micro Technology)

WEDNESDAY, March 18, 1992


8:30-9:00 am     Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:30 am     Technical Presentations
9:30-12:00 noon    Morning Sessions

                 BOF    RIP V2 Internet Draft BOF (Gary Malkin/FTP)
                 APP    Network Database WG (Daisy Shen/IBM)
                 APP    Network News Transport Protocol WG
                        (Eliot Lear/Silicon Graphics)
                 INT    IP over Appletalk WG (John Veizades/Apple)
                 INT    IP over Asynchronous Transfer Mode WG (Bob Hinden/BBN)
                 MGT    IEEE 802.3 Hub MIB WG (Keith McCloghrie/Hughes
                        and Donna McMaster/SynOptics)
                 MGT    Internet Accounting WG (Cyndi Mills/BBN
                        and Gregory Ruth/BBN)
                 OPS    Benchmarking WG (Scott Bradner/Harvard)
                 OSI    X.400 Operations WG (Alf Hansen/SINTEF DELAB and
                        Rob Hagens/UWisc)
                 SEC    Privacy-Enhanced Electronic Mail WG (Steve Kent/BBN)

Breaks           Coffee available throughout morning.
1:30-3:30 pm     Afternoon Sessions I

                 BOF    IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts BOF
                        (Steve Deering/Xerox)
                 INT    Point-to-Point Protocol Extensions WG
                        (Brian Lloyd/Consultant)
                 OPS    Operational Statistics WG (Phill Gross/ANS and
                        Bernhard Stockman/NORDUnet)
                 OSI    X.400 Operations WG (Alf Hansen/SINTEF DELAB
                        and Rob Hagens/UWisc)
                 SEC    Privacy-Enhanced Electronic Mail WG (Steve Kent/BBN)
                 TSV    Domain Name System WG (Mike Reilly/DEC)
                 USV    Internet Anonymous FTP Archives WG 
                        (Peter Deutsch/McGill and Alan Emtage/McGill)


3:30-4:00 pm     Break (Refreshments provided)
4:00-6:00 pm     Technical Presentations

                RTG  Multicast Extensions to OSPF WG
                     (Steve Deering/Xerox PARC)

7:00-10:00pm     Evening Session


THURSDAY, March 19, 1992


8:30-9:00 am     Continental Breakfast
9:00-12:00 noon    Morning Sessions

                 INT    Point-to-Point Protocol Extensions WG
                        (Brian Lloyd/Consultant)
                 MGT    Bridge MIB WG (Fred Baker/ACC)
                 OPS    User Connectivity Problems WG (Dan Long/BBN)
                 OSI    Office Document Architecture WG (Peter Kirstein/UCL)
                 SEC    Security Area Advisory Group (Stephen Crocker/TIS)
                 TSV    Dynamic Host Configuration WG (Ralph Droms/Bucknell)

Breaks           Coffee available throughout the morning.
1:30-3:30 pm     Technical Presentations
3:30-4:00 pm     Break (Refreshments provided)
4:00-6:00 pm     Open Plenary and IESG
                 o   Protocol Standards Actions

FRIDAY, March 20, 1992


8:30-9:00 am     Continental Breakfast
9:00-12:00pm     Technical Presentations
1:30-3:30        Summary Reports

                 APP    Applications Area (Russ Hobby/UC Davis)
                 INT    Internet Area (Noel Chiappa and
                        Philip Almquist/Consultant)
                 MGT    Network Management Area (Chuck Davin/MIT)
                 OPS    Operations Area (Susan Estrada/CERFnet, Phill
                        Gross/ANS, Bernhard Stockman/NORDUnet)
                 OSI    OSI Integration Area (Ross Callon/DEC)
                 RTG    Routing Area (Bob Hinden/BBN)
                 SEC    Security Area (Steve Crocker/TIS)
                 TSV    Transport and Services Area (Dave Borman/Cray Research)
                 USV    User Services Area (Joyce K. Reynolds/ISI)

3:30-4:00 pm     Concluding Remarks (Phill Gross/ANS)
4:00 pm          Adjourn



Key to Abbreviations


  APP         Applications Area
  BOF         Birds of a Feather Session
  INT         Internet Area
  MGT         Network Management Area
  OSI         OSI Integration Area
  OPS         Operational Requirements Area
  RTG         Routing Area
  SEC         Security Area
  TSV         Transport and Services Area
  USV         User Services Area


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