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Minutes interim-2020-lpwan-05: Wed 16:00
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Meeting Minutes IPv6 over Low Power Wide-Area Networks (lpwan) WG Snapshot
Title Minutes interim-2020-lpwan-05: Wed 16:00
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minutes-interim-2020-lpwan-05-202003041600-00
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• Date: 7-8am US Pacific, 4pm CET:
https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/?qm=1&lid=100,12,5392171,1850147&h=100&date=2020-03-04&sln=15-16
Meeting link:
https://cisco.webex.com/cisco/j.php?MTID=me91d56b37454056b8c5ef3b102b9da50
Meeting number: 201 266 501 Password: txCGJTrS (89245877 from phones)

Attendees
 - Pascal Thubert
 - Dominique Barthel
 - Ivaylo Petrov
 - Arunprabhu Kandasamy
 - Olivier Gimenez
 - arles Gomez
 - Ricardo Andreasen
 - Diego Dujovne
 - Juan Carlos Zuniga

Agenda
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[16:04] Administrivia                    [ 5min]
    o    Note-Well, Scribes, Agenda Bashing
PT:  submit drafts by Monday. Also cut-off date for standard rate
    o    Status of drafts
PT: CoAP draft progressing well.
DB: RFC Editor actions and authors' actions.

DB: SCHC baseline draft: Auth48 finished. RFC8724 to be published in a few
weeks/days

[16:12] IETF 107 attendance / Covid-19     [10min]
PT: Cisco will not allow employees to travel to Vancouver. Alex will not travel
either. PT: physical meeting officially cancelled. PT: probably an interim
meeting instead. Time of day to be decided. PT: for registration cancellation,
get 90% refund by sending mail to ietf-registrar@ietf.org by March 16th. JCZ:
is it an official IETF policy that WG meetings can't take place when both
chairs are not being physically present? Is there a place where we can track
the meetings that are bing cancelled? PT: does not know. JCZ: Ericsson not
coming PT: expect low attendance. Cisco, Intel, not coming. DB: Orange not
coming Olivier: Semtech not coming. [16:21] Rechartering in progress          
[10min] PT: will be discussed in tomorrow's telechat, new charter seems to go
through smoothly. PT: who is interested in multicast? Olivier and Juan Carlos
interested. Diego: text available? not yet [16:24] LoRaWAN IID                 
      [15min] Olivier: last meeting, proposed a NAT-like address generation.
Now thinks again. DLMS need to know the IP address. Olivier: back to IP address
generation from the NetSKey. Collisions solved by rekeying (i.e. rejoining if
OTAA mode). Olivier: use of SCHC Rule to convey a rejoin command, or carry a
network prefix? PT: why not, but write explicitely in the draft what you need.
PT: could be a RuleID that says "command&control", then assign a code point for
rejoin within that space. Olivier: could be useful for multicast as well. PT:
should be a generic draft for this new use of SCHC Rules. PT: generic draft to
desribe the use of a Rule for "command&control", and this draft to specify
which codepoint to be used for Rejoin in LoraWAN. PT; if very quick, could have
other draft generate the IANA registry, and this draft to allocate a codepoint
into that registry. PT: it's one page. Will do it next week. PT: same can be
used for OAM as well. [16:46] SCHC CoAP draft security section   [15min] No
slides shown. Ana integrated all comments from reviewers. On Telechat March
12th agenda. Comments mostly on Security Considerations section. Help
requested. See mail sent yesterday. DB: can send you a pointer to
guidance/tutorial on how to write a security considerations section
https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/105/materials/slides-105-edu-sessb-writing-security-considerations-01.pdf
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jpbfy3QeerU Slide 23 is about extension of
prior RFC's. Laurent: compressing CoAP with SCHC does not introduce new
vulnerabilities. Nothing to be said about it. Dominique: still, CoAP is
different from UDP/IPv6. [     ] AOB                                  [QS]