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Agenda IETF115: bmwg

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

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

Draft Agenda as of  Nov 9, 2022

WG Status:

 - IESG Comment Resolution, WG Adoptions, and Proposals

WG Drafts:

 - Multiple Loss Ratio Search
   + there are updates, and we will present (remotely or in person).
     Plan to update the draft (even though people will probably
     not have enough time to read it) before the bmwg meeting.

- Benchmarking Methodology for Network Security Device Performance
   - ALL DISCUSS ballots have been resolved!
   - Approval announcement ???

- 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
 Infrastructures - Minh-Ngoc Tran
   - Sharing updates and progress at previous Hackathon

 + Benchmarking Methodology for MPLS Segment Routing - Paolo Volpato
   Related Draft:
   describe the latest updates to address the comments received so far

 + Benchmarking Methodology for IPv6 Segment Routing - Eduard Vasilenko
   Related Draft:
   describe the latest updates to address the comments received so far

  + Problems and Requirements of Evaluation Methodology for
   Integrated Space and Terrestrial Networks
   - Presenter: Zeqi Lai and co-authors
   - updated draft with additional considerations, plus new draft
   - Can we define meaningful benchmarking that fits within BMWG's lab-only
   charter? - Key question: what limited aspect of the many-dimensional ISTN
   problem presented here could be pursued for benchmarking network DUT/SUT?

 + AOB


 "below the line"