yab (yet another BOF) in LA
William Allen Simpson
wsimpson at greendragon.com
Tue Feb 27 17:12:49 UTC 1996
I haven't seen any mention of Bradner's announcement here.
There was a very interesting proposal that I remember seeing on this
list, where a set of short route exchanges for parts of 192 would be
advertised as an aggregation, and then tunnels could be created for the
"holes" out to the appropriate terminal AS. Something like IP Mobility.
I don't remember who initially proposed this. Would they please stand up
for it at the IETF LA meeting? Or would it be OK if I raise it?
> Date: Sat, 24 Feb 1996 15:59:55 -0500 (EST)
> Sender: ietf-request at IETF.CNRI.Reston.VA.US
> From: Scott Bradner <sob at newdev.harvard.edu>
> Message-Id: <199602242059.PAA15071 at newdev.harvard.edu>
> To: ietf at CNRI.Reston.VA.US
> Subject: yab (yet another BOF) in LA
> There have been a number of threads in the responses to the
> Last-Call for draft-ietf-cidrd-addr-ownership-07.txt. I'd like to hold a
> BOF to take a closer look at some of these threads. (Since I'm a AD I OKed
> my own BOF) This BOF is the result of proposals from Bill Simpson and Tony
> The BOF will explore options to mitigate the growth in the size and
> change frequency of updates of the Internet routing information in the
> following two ways:
> 1/ Engineering the Internet Topology - are there ways that the
> topology, addressing, or procedures of the current Internet could be
> altered to reduce the pressure on the "backbone" routers? This includes
> physical and virtual (via tunnels) topologies.
> 2/ Alternate Routing Paradigms - are there alternatives to the
> current routing paradigm (BGP/CIDR) that could be developed to mitigate the
> effect of the very rapidly growing Internet on the routing infrastructure?
> This BOF will not be an anti- anything BOF; specifically it will
> not be an anti-CIDR (or pro-CIDR) BOF. The idea is to get people to
> present their ideas about avenues that could be explored for short term and
> long term ways to keep the Internet routing structure viable. It will also
> not be a BOF to explore other ways to build routers that might scale
> differently than existing products.
> BOF procedures
> All speakers must register in advance (by sending me email)
> indicating that they want to speak - they must include a short (1 or 2
> paragraph) description of their topic. They must also indicate if their
> solution is short term (next 12 months), mid term (12-24 months) or long
> term (24-N months).
> Before I leave for LA I will sort through the requests I've
> received. I will weed out those who do not indicate that they will be
> presenting a specific proposal then figure out how much time each speaker
> will have. I plan to have a discussion period after each presentation.
> The discussions will be the same length as the presentations.
> BOF outcome
> This BOF may or may not result in one or more working groups in one
> or another IETF Area. I would hope that proposals will be presented that
> will be worth following up on. This BOF will be in the Operational
> Requirements Area but that does not mean that any resulting working groups
> would also be in the same area.
> The Explorations of Alternate Routing and Topology to Help the
> Enormous Net (EARTHEN) BOF is scheduled for Monday at 9:30am (the open slot
> selection is poor at this time)
Bill.Simpson at um.cc.umich.edu
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