Seil Jeon | 26 Feb 17:36 2015
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FW: New Version Notification for draft-sijeon-dmm-use-cases-api-source-00.txt

Hi DMM folks,

We submitted a new draft that present specified use cases based on the on-demand draft we are based on for
further steps.
As we discussed and agreed in the previous audio conference, checking and investigating use cases with the
three types of IP addresses, i.e. fixed, sustained, nomadic IP addresses. Hope to start broad
discussions on this while trying to extend the existing address configuration mechanisms. Grasping and
identifying more definitive requirements based on the IP address type will be easy and make clear our ways
to go, such as what to extend and how.

With the discussion, any kinds of comments on it are welcomed.

Regards,

Seil Jeon, Ph.D

Advanced Telecommunications and Networks Group (ATNoG) - http://atnog.av.it.pt
Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Aveiro, Portugal - http://www.it.pt

Seil Jeon, Ph.D

Advanced Telecommunications and Networks Group (ATNoG) - http://atnog.av.it.pt
Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Aveiro, Portugal - http://www.it.pt

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Marco Liebsch | 24 Feb 11:32 2015
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[FPSM] Next WebEx call

Let’s schedule the next WebEx call for the Forwarding Path Configuration work item next week. Please
enter your availability into the doodle by end of this week if you will participate in the discussion:

 

http://doodle.com/v2enqwsbhz4m6g4q

 

 

Best regards,

marco

 

 

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jouni korhonen | 20 Feb 23:52 2015
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IETF92 agenda requests

Folks,

Like in last meeting, we'll have slots for each working team. The rest of the meeting time is available for outside the current charter or milestones presentations/discussions.

If you want to have airtime during the meeting, send the chairs a mail with the topic, I-D name, abstract and amount of time you need. Slots are given using first come first service policy (with possible chair intervention ;)

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jouni korhonen | 20 Feb 23:48 2015
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Preliminary agenda..

Folks,

The preliminary IETF92 agenda is out. Subject to changes but DMM will have 3h meeting time (1h on Tue and 2h on Thu). Should be enough..

- Jouni
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hussam.saeed | 9 Feb 15:01 2015
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Marco Liebsch | 9 Feb 12:04 2015
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[FPSM] telco notes

Please find below the main outcome of the last DMM FPSM telco from 28th January 2015.

 

Best regards,

Marco

 

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Confirmation of items from IETF91 and previous telco:

 

Adopt DPN (data plane node) term for any node in the data plane which offers data-plane functions
to the controlling application and receives policies from the controlling application.

 

Whether a DPN functions as anchor or access specific gateway is up to the deployment and
the rules which it enforces.

 

Single flow can traverse multiple DPNs, each enforcing policies as per the control application’s
policies.

 

First draft with a solution to be circulated for discussion (distributed on 21st January 2015).

 

Results from discussion about first solution draft:

 

Agreed reference architecture comprises Clients and Agents. Clients are used by application control functions
(e.g. LMA Control-Plane), Agents are co-located with network control functions, e.g. an SDN controller.
The FPSM protocol operates between a Client and an Agent and utilizes a general model
for policy configuration. The Agent maps the FPSM protocol to DPN technology specific control to enforce
the policies in the data-plane though the SDN control function.

 

Agreed model for policy configuration; based on logical ports to which properties (tunnel type, QoS, etc.)

are bound. Forwarding rules specify which traffic is directed to which logical port. All traffic being directed to a
logical port experiences the same policies (QoS, encapsulation rules, tunnel endpoint, etc.)

 

First set of protocol messages and protocol attributes discussed.

 

Next steps:

 

Reflect ongoing eMail discussion and contributions in an update of the draft.
Publish first draft asap to solicit feedback. Plan for first upload to IETF repository: week of

16th Feb 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: dmm [mailto:dmm-bounces-EgrivxUAwEY@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Marco Liebsch
Sent: Mittwoch, 28. Januar 2015 12:51
To: dmm-EgrivxUAwEY@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: [DMM] [FPSM] next telco

 

Please find the WebEx pointer for today’s call below.

 

Time: 16:00 CET / 07:00 PST

Duration: 90 min

 

Agenda items:

 

·         Brief summary of main points from last telco

·         Discussion of solution

·         Progress solution drafts towards mature state

 

Best regards,

marco

 

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DMM Discussion - FPSM

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From: Marco Liebsch
Sent: Montag, 26. Januar 2015 11:39
To: Marco Liebsch; dmm-EgrivxUAwEY@public.gmane.org
Subject: RE: [FPSM] next telco

 

Let’s schedule the WebEx call for the FPSM topic to this week Wednesday, 28th Jan 2015, 16:00 CET / 07:00 PST.

I’ll send WebEx info before the call.

 

Best regards,

marco

 

From: dmm [mailto:dmm-bounces-EgrivxUAwEY@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Marco Liebsch
Sent: Freitag, 23. Januar 2015 18:07
To: dmm-EgrivxUAwEY@public.gmane.org
Subject: [DMM] [FPSM] next telco

 

Please enter your availability for a 90min WebEx call next week by this week Saturday.

http://doodle.com/mber264giigc7a2k

 

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Z.W. Yan | 6 Feb 02:39 2015
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AGAIN: New Version Notification for draft-yan-dmm-hnprenum-00.txt

Hi,
We submitted a draft about the HNP renumbering support in PMIPv6.
https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-yan-dmm-hnprenum-00
 
As stated in this draft, the HNP renumbering was mentioned in PMIPv6 specification (RFC 5213), but the solution was not given.
We adopt the RFC 7077 to solve this issue and then this drfat is an extension of RFC 7077 or a use case of RFC 7077.
Besides, the DNS update caused by the HNP renumbering is briefly discussed.
 
Since now, we have not yet received any comments and feedbacks in this list.
We are not sure whether DMM has interest on this issue (extension of PMIPv6) and the related solution.
If it is worthy to be considered in DMM, should we give a presentation in the oncoming IETF or discuss it through the teleconference?
Thank all of you.
Regards,
 
2015-01-12
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Marco Liebsch | 23 Jan 18:06 2015
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[FPSM] next telco

Please enter your availability for a 90min WebEx call next week by this week Saturday.

http://doodle.com/mber264giigc7a2k

 

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Alper Yegin | 23 Jan 14:28 2015

Mobility Exposure and Selection WT call

Folks,

Please mark your availability on the following doodle for our next DMM WG Mobility Exposure and Selection WT call:


Register your availability no later than the end of Monday (Jan 26).

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Z.W. Yan | 12 Jan 01:54 2015
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New Version Notification for draft-yan-dmm-hnprenum-00.txt

Hi,
We submitted a draft about the HNP renumbering support in PMIPv6.
https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-yan-dmm-hnprenum-00
As stated in this draft, the HNP renumbering was mentioned in PMIPv6 specification (RFC 5213), but the solution was not given.
We adopt the RFC 7077 to solve this issue and then this drfat is an extension of RFC 7077 or a use case of RFC 7077.
Besides, the DNS update caused by the HNP renumbering is briefly discussed.
Because we are not sure whether DMM has interest on this issue and the related solution, please check this draft and give us comments and feedbacks.
Thank all of you.
Regards,
 
2015-01-12
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Chun Tung Chou | 3 Jan 12:22 2015
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