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Agenda IETF115: bmwg

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Meeting Agenda Benchmarking Methodology (bmwg) WG Snapshot
Date and time 2022-11-10 09:30
Title Agenda IETF115: bmwg
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Last updated 2022-10-17

BMWG Session (IETF-115)
Nov 10, Thursday Session I
0930 - 1130  Local Time (London, UTC-0000)
Other Time Zones:
Room: Mezzanine 1-4          ops        bmwg

Draft Agenda as of Oct 17, 2022

WG Status:

 - IESG Comment Resolution, WG Adoptions, and Proposals

WG Drafts:

 - Multiple Loss Ratio Search
   + need further updates

- Benchmarking Methodology for Network Security Device Performance
   - One remaining DISCUSS to be resolved.
- A YANG Data Model for Network Tester Management

 + Benchmarking Methodology for Stateful NATxy Gateways using RFC 4814
   Pseudorandom Port Numbers
   - comments exchanged on new results-reporting section.


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

 + Benchmarking Methodology for MPLS Segment Routing - Paolo Volpato
   Related Draft:

 + Benchmarking Methodology for IPv6 Segment Routing - Eduard Vasilenko
   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?