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The Director's Message

IETF Progress Report

Agenda of the 39th IETF

1 IETF Overview

1.2 Future IETF Meeting Sites

1.3 On-Line IETF Information

1.4 Guidelines to Authors of Internet Drafts

2 Area and Working Group Reports

2.1 Applications Area

2.1.1 Access, Searching and Indexing of Directories (asid)

2.1.2 Application Configuration Access Protocol (acap)

2.1.3 Application MIB (applmib)

2.1.4 Calendaring and Scheduling (calsch)

2.1.5 Common Indexing Protocol (find)

2.1.6 Detailed Revision/Update of Message Standards (drums)

2.1.7 Electronic Data Interchange-Internet Integration (ediint)

2.1.8 Extensions to FTP (ftpext)

2.1.9 HyperText Transfer Protocol (http)

2.1.10 Integrated Directory Services (ids)

2.1.11 Internet Fax (fax)

2.1.12 Internet Printing Protocol (ipp)

2.1.13 Large Scale Multicast Applications (lsma)

2.1.14 MIME - X.400 Gateway (mixer)

2.1.15 MIME Encapsulation of Aggregate HTML Documents (mhtml)

2.1.16 Mail and Directory Management (madman)

2.1.17 NNTP Extensions (nntpext)

2.1.18 Printer MIB (printmib)

2.1.19 Receipt Notifications for Internet Mail (receipt)

2.1.20 Telnet TN3270 Enhancements (tn3270e)

2.1.21 Transaction Internet Protocol (tip)

2.1.22 Uniform Resource Locator Registration Procedures (urlreg)

2.1.23 Uniform Resource Names (urn)

2.1.24 WWW Distributed Authoring and Versioning (webdav)

2.1.25 Application Authentication/Authorization Review Gr (aaarg)

2.1.26 Character Set Policy (charset) BOF

2.1.27 Directory Deployment (dirdep) BOF

2.1.28 Schema Registration (schema) BOF

2.2 General Area

2.2.1 Process for Organization of Internet StandardS ONg (poisson)

2.2.2 Internet Architecture Board

2.3 Internet Area

2.3.1 100VG-AnyLAN MIB (vgmib)

2.3.2 AToM MIB (atommib)

2.3.3 DNS IXFR, Notification, and Dynamic Update (dnsind)

2.3.4 DS1/DS3 MIB (trunkmib)

2.3.5 Dynamic Host Configuration (dhc)

2.3.6 Frame Relay Service MIB (frnetmib)

2.3.7 IP Over IEEE 1394 (ip1394)

2.3.8 IP Payload Compression Protocol (ippcp)

2.3.9 IP over Cable Data Network (ipcdn)

2.3.10 IPNG (ipngwg)

2.3.11 IPv6 MIB (ipv6mib)

2.3.12 ISDN MIB (isdnmib)

2.3.13 Interfaces MIB (ifmib)

2.3.14 Internetworking Over NBMA (ion)

2.3.15 PacketWay (pktway)

2.3.16 Point-to-Point Protocol Extensions (pppext)

2.3.17 Service Location Protocol (svrloc)

2.4 Operations and Management

2.4.1 Benchmarking Methodology (bmwg)

2.4.2 Bridge MIB (bridge)

2.4.3 Distributed Management (disman)

2.4.4 Entity MIB (entmib)

2.4.5 G and R for Security Incident Processing (grip)

2.4.6 Guide for Internet Standards Writers (stdguide)

2.4.7 IEEE 802.3 Hub MIB (hubmib)

2.4.8 MBONE Deployment (mboned)

2.4.9 Next Generation Transition (ngtrans)

2.4.10 Physical Topology MIB (ptopomib)

2.4.11 Procedures for Internet/Enterprise Renumbering (pier)

2.4.12 RWhois Operational Development (rwhois)

2.4.13 Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (radius)

2.4.14 Remote Network Monitoring (rmonmib)

2.4.15 Roaming Operations (roamops)

2.4.16 Routing Policy System (rps)

2.4.17 SNMP Agent Extensibility (agentx)

2.4.18 SNMP Version 3 (snmpv3)

2.4.19 The Internet and the Millennium Problem (2000)

2.4.20 Uninterruptible Power Supply (upsmib)

2.4.21 Registry Information Database Exchange Formats & P (ride)

2.5 Routing Area

2.5.1 Data Link Switching MIB (dlswmib)

2.5.2 IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts (mobileip)

2.5.3 IS-IS for IP Internets (isis)

2.5.4 Inter-Domain Multicast Routing (idmr)

2.5.5 Inter-Domain Routing (idr)

2.5.6 Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (manet)

2.5.7 Multicast Extensions to OSPF (mops)

2.5.8 Multiprotocol Label Switching (mpls)

2.5.9 New Internet Routing and Addressing Architecture (nimrod)

2.5.10 Open Shortest Path First IGP (ospf)

2.5.11 QoS Routing (qosr)

2.5.12 Routing Information Protocol (rip)

2.5.13 SNA DLC Services MIB (snadlc)

2.5.14 SNA NAU Services MIB (snanau)

2.5.15 Source Demand Routing (sdr)

2.5.16 UniDirectional Link Routing (udlr)

2.5.17 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (vrrp)

2.6 Security Area

2.6.1 Open Specification for Pretty Good Privacy (openpgp) BOF

2.6.2 Authenticated Firewall Traversal (aft)

2.6.3 Common Authentication Technology (cat)

2.6.4 Domain Name System Security (dnssec)

2.6.5 IP Security Protocol (ipsec)

2.6.6 One Time Password Authentication (otp)

2.6.7 Public-Key Infrastructure (X.509) (pkix)

2.6.8 Secure Shell (secsh)

2.6.9 Simple Public Key Infrastructure (spki)

2.6.10 Transport Layer Security (tls)

2.6.11 Web Transaction Security (wts)

2.7 Transport Area

2.7.1 Audio/Video Transport (avt)

2.7.2 Integrated Services (intserv)

2.7.3 Integrated Services over Specific Link Layers (issll)

2.7.4 Multiparty Multimedia Session Control (mmusic)

2.7.5 ONC Remote Procedure Call (oncrpc)

2.7.6 PSTN and Internet Internetworking (pint)

2.7.7 Realtime Traffic Flow Measurement (rtfm)

2.7.8 Resource Reservation Setup Protocol (rsvp)

2.7.9 TCP Implementation (tcpimpl)

2.7.10 TCP Large Windows (tcplw)

2.7.11 TCP Over Satellite (tcpsat)

2.7.12 Internet Policy Control (ipc) BOF

2.7.13 IP Performance Metrics (ippm) BOF

2.7.14 Network Address Translators (nat) BOF

2.8 User Services

2.8.1 Internet School Networking (isn)

2.8.2 Responsible Use of the Network (run)

2.8.3 Site Security Handbook (ssh)

2.8.4 User Services (uswg)

General

Appendix A