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Agenda IETF113: bmwg

Meeting Agenda Benchmarking Methodology (bmwg) WG
Date and time 2022-03-23 09:00
Title Agenda IETF113: bmwg
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Last updated 2022-03-15

BMWG Session (IETF-113)
March 23, Wednesday, Morning session I
10:00-12:00 Local Time (Vienna, UTC+0100)
Start Times:
Chicago,US, UTC-0500 = 0400 CDT
San Francisco,US, UTC-0700 =  0200 PDT
Seoul, Korea, UTC+0900 = 1800

Park Suite 2    ops     bmwg

Draft Agenda as of March 15, 2022

WG Status:

 - Benchmarking Methodology for EVPN and PBB-EVPN
   status: Dead

WG Drafts:

 - Multiple Loss Ratio Search
   - started a larger rewrite of the MLRsearch draft
   - lots of earlier material has been commented-out

- Benchmarking Methodology for Network Security Device Performance
   - Revised version needed following IESG Review
   - SHOULD requirements and accompanying text - a discussion for everyone!
   - Status of other review resolutions

WG Adoption Review:

 + A YANG Data Model for Network Interconnect Tester Management
   - Still one objection, narrowed down to the title (?)


 + Benchmarking Methodology for Stateful NATxy Gateways using RFC 4814
   Pseudorandom Port Numbers
   - ~5 people have discussed the draft on the list in May-July
   - Reference to procedures in RFC 8219
   - TCP-based testing = compliments the NG security device testing?
   - Another revised version of the Draft available -
   - novelties of the draft (and also some new measurement results)

 + Considerations for Benchmarking Network Performance in Containerized
   - Sharing updates and progress at previous Hackathon
   - Tran Minh Ngoc presenting

NEW !!

 + Benchmarking Methodology for MPLS Segment Routing
   Related Draft:

 + Benchmarking Methodology for IPv6 Segment Routing
   Related Draft:

 + AOB


 "below the line"

  + Problems and Requirements of Evaluation Methodology for
   Integrated Space and Terrestrial Networks
   - new draft, new participants!  Presenter: Zeqi Lai and co-authors
   - Key question: what limited aspect of the many-dimensional ISTN problem
   presented here could be pursued for benchmarking network DUT/SUT? - IOW,
   what aspects of the problem can be deferred, and yet keep results meaningful
   to some audience?