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Yoav Nir has set the subject to: DOTS Meeting - IETF 94
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[14:20:54] <Yoshiro Yoneya> Meeting started
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[14:24:33] <Yoshiro Yoneya> (can't hear)@Huawei at mic
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[14:25:43] <Yoshiro Yoneya> Use Case Discussion started
[14:25:45] <Sean Turner> I appreciate you standing in the pink box :)
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[14:26:14] <Yoshiro Yoneya> https://www.ietf.org/proceedings/96/slides/slides-96-dots-3.pdf
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[14:27:08] <Take> now, discussion on use cases, by Roland
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[14:28:41] <Take> questions?
[14:28:55] <Take> small comment from chair: milestone. LC will be in November.
[14:29:03] <Take> very short time window left.
[14:29:32] <Take> mic: are there any working copy of the document now?
[14:29:39] <Sean Turner> did I miss when the -02 is coming?
[14:29:40] <Take> not yet, but to be sent to the list soon.
[14:30:37] <Take> don't have the exact date yet, but we wil publish it soon and we will revise twice before November.
[14:31:07] <Take> now, update of the requirement draft.
[14:31:29] <Sean Turner> sound is good (for me at least)
[14:34:11] <Take> presenter: any requirement and feedback on gateway is appreciated.
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[14:39:06] <Take> mic question: next model is informaton model requirement? -> no, i was just asking -> data model and information model will be similar. we do  not need two parts.
[14:39:27] <Take> mic: staying at data model is not the best idea.
[14:39:54] <Take> next presentation is on the architecture.
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[14:45:14] <Take> brian: if we do not have absolute requirement, we cannot have security.
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[14:48:15] <Take> Bob: SRV is not enough. Geolo (?) is needed
[14:48:29] <Take> it should be Topology.
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[15:04:31] <Kathleen Moriarty> Apologies, I have to switch between rooms shortly to present elsewhere and will be right back after that.
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[15:15:35] <Take> wg drafts finished, 4 solution drafts continue.
[15:22:48] <Take> which use cases does this draft cover ? (chair)
[15:23:05] <Take> we'll mention that on the draft.
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[15:24:32] <Take> dynamic feature is important, though it is not the first step (near future)
[15:26:54] <Take> draft-reddy-dots-transport-05 finished
[15:27:07] <Take> now on draft-francois-dots-ipv6-signal-option-00
[15:31:06] <Take> roman: how does the server know the previous signaling method?
[15:32:19] <Take> roman: we have normal signaling channel, and actually watching traffic. It seems a bit tricky
[15:34:32] <Take> roland : mechanisms that excessively relies on options are not the best one
[15:36:03] <Take> marius: hop-by-hop option. any detailed experiment reports? -> no.
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[15:41:19] <Take> next draft-fu-dots-ipfix-extension-01 by Alex
[15:51:37] <Take> Roland: slide 4. the statements have incorrect ones.
[15:51:58] <Take> Roland: routers do not understand connections.
[15:53:41] <Take> Roland: the current gaps need to be addressed.
[15:54:20] <Take> Roland: the implication is far beyond dots.
[15:54:42] <Take> Cisco: recent firewalls send telemetry information.
[15:54:56] <Take> Cisco: why do we need to make it a standard?
[15:55:57] <Take> Tobias: we want to have device/vendor neutral one.
[15:56:19] <Take> Roland: which use cases are covered, and are not covered?
[15:56:31] <Take> (correction Roland -> Roman)
[15:57:40] <Take> Frank: we will clarify this in the draft (do citation in the draft).
[15:58:02] <Take> Next, is on draft-nishizuka-dots-inter-domain-mechanism-01
[15:58:04] <Take> by Frank.
[15:58:41] Take has set the subject to: DOTS Meeting - IETF 96
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[16:11:27] <Take> no time for the comments.
[16:11:50] <Take> now on draft-mglt-i2nsf-ssf-collaboration-00
[16:11:55] <Take> by Daniel
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[16:18:04] <Take> chair: this draft is for i2nsf. which mailing list shall we discuss? -> both list is fine. (i2nsf and dots). but i2nsf is better.
[16:18:18] <Take> wrapping up.
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[16:19:25] <Take> 12:30-14:00, we'll have a meet-up to discuss implementations. we want to do more than papers. (chairs)
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[16:19:36] <Take> tomorrow.
[16:19:39] <Take> meeting closed.
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