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YANG-CBOR: Allocating SID ranges for PEN holders

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Author Carsten Bormann
Last updated 2022-05-22 (Latest revision 2021-11-18)
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YANG-CBOR, RFC XXXX (draft-ietf-core-yang-cbor) defines YANG Schema Item iDentifiers (YANG SID), globally unique 63-bit unsigned integers used to identify YANG items. RFC YYYY (draft-ietf-core-sid) defines ways to allocate these SIDs on the basis of IANA registries. The present specification uses these SID allocation mechanisms to allocate 100 000 SIDs for each of the first 1 000 000 holders of IANA-registered Private Enterprise Numbers (PENs).


Carsten Bormann

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