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From: Manral, Vishwas (VishwasM_at_NETPLANE.COM)
Date: Thu Oct 10 2002 - 02:35:31 CDT
>> To summarize the discussion I guess Kireeti's approach helps in reducing
>> workload for the working group and getting the specs out
>> TE). I do not think "mapping" can cause problems as long as in each draft
>> using opaque LSA's we give information for both v2 and v3.
>You'll make yourself pretty unpopular with the AD if you keep that up :-)
I guess I m just voicing my opinion and the AD's understand that.;-)
>> a) How would we want to go ahead with docs like "Graceful Restart" which
>> still in draft state and haven't gone LC etc? We could as well have v3
>> additions in the existing drafts.
> Consider for example a network with an IPv4 control plane and IPv6
> data plane. RSVP-TE already has support for signaling in IPv4 an ERO
> with IPv6 addresses; all it needs is a TE database with IPv6. So
> making the new TLVs v3-only is unnecessary and unhelpful. This can
> of course be taken care of with careful wording in the v3 TE draft.
Ok will do that.
> Since we're already on the path of maximal work, why don't you and
> Kunihiro get together and bash out one TE draft instead of two?
I am ok with merging the two drafts to prevent any duplication of work.