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Request Review of draft-ietf-netext-access-network-option
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Type Last Call Review
Team General Area Review Team (Gen-ART) (genart)
Deadline 2012-05-09
Requested 2012-04-26
Authors Sri Gundavelli, Jouni Korhonen, Mark Grayson, Kent Leung, Rajesh Pazhyannur
Draft last updated 2012-05-07
Completed reviews Genart Last Call review of -?? by Alexey Melnikov
Genart Telechat review of -?? by Alexey Melnikov
Assignment Reviewer Alexey Melnikov
State Completed
Review review-ietf-netext-access-network-option-genart-lc-melnikov-2012-05-07
Review completed: 2012-05-07

Review
review-ietf-netext-access-network-option-genart-lc-melnikov-2012-05-07

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Document: 

draft-ietf-netext-access-network-option-10.txt

Reviewer: Alexey Melnikov

Review Date: 5 May 2012

IETF LC End Date: 9 May 2012

IESG Telechat date: Unknown

Summary: This draft is ready as a Proposed Standard

Major issues: none

Minor issues:

Minor: 

[ANI] and [TS23003] seem to be Normative (as per their use in 3.1.1)

Nits/editorials:

1.  Introduction

   This document defines a new mobility option, the Access Network

   Identifier (ANI) option and its sub-options for Proxy Mobile IPv6,

   that can be used by the mobile access gateway to signal the access

   network information to the local mobility anchor.  The specific

   details on how the local mobility anchor uses this information are

   out-of-scope for this document.  These mobility options are optional

   and are not mandatory for the Proxy Mobile IPv6 protocol.

Nit: Last sentence: "optional" and "not mandatory" are the same thing on my book.

Strictly speaking PEN numbers are not limited to 4 bytes. However you have a registry for types of identifiers, so a new value can be allocated for bigger-than-4-bytes PENs.