Note: This ballot was opened for revision 05 and is now closed.
Summary: Needs a YES. Has enough positions to pass.
Reviewed by Elwyn Davies, Gen-ART
Review in document comments; they seem as if they would have made the document
better if addressed, but this has already been around the bush once. Not worth
holding it for these.
If mandatory-to-implement algorithms have been moved out of 2402bis into a
separate RFC (per Section 7 and the 2nd paragraph of Section 5), it might be
nice to have a normative reference to that separate RFC in 2402bis.
There is a normative reference to the IPv6 specification (presumably
because this document references the IPv6 header fields), but there
is no normative reference to IPv4. I think that there should be.
The security considerations section is weak. Ideally it would be
better. However I cannot think of things that need to be added that
would affect what people do in practice.
Section 6 can't be evaluated until 2401bis shows up.