Note: This ballot was opened for revision 07 and is now closed.
Summary: Needs 9 more YES or NO OBJECTION positions to pass.
Section 1., paragraph 0:
> 1. Introduction
For a document that is the base specification for network mobility,
this introduction isn't introductory enough. It needs to provide
something more generally understandable, and a few illustrations
wouldn't hurt. There is a lot of text on what kinds of modes this is
and isn't about and what kinds of optimizations are or aren't in
scope, but very little that actually explains the basic ideas behind
NEMO. (Or this section needs to point the reader at another draft that
gives an introduction into NEMO.)
Section 8., paragraph 0:
> 8. Nested Mobile Networks
Dave Borman's tsv-dir review resulted in the following suggested
addition to this section: "Applications that do not support MTU
discovery are adversely affected by the additional header
encapsulations, because the usable MTU is reduced with each level of
Please delete Appendix A before publication as an RFC.
While 3344bis has been moved to informative, the text references seem to
indicate it is normative. The strongest statement is found in the first
sentence of 6.1:
A Home Agent MUST support all the operations specified in RFC 3344
[RFC3344] and its update [I-D.ietf-mip4-rfc3344bis] for Mobile Node
I probably won't have time to review the delta between 3344 and 3344bis or sort
out its implications for this spec. Perhaps one of the other ADs is in a
position to determine whether 3344 is really informative or normative...