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Minutes of the 2018-03-23 IETF-IEEE 802 Coordination Meeting, London Present: - Amelia Andersdotter - Deborah Brungard - Subir Das - Donald Eastlake - Janos Farkas - Eric Gray - Bob Heile - Russ Housley - John Messenger - Cindy Morgan - Glenn Parsons - Charlie Perkins - Dorothy Stanley - Pat Thaler - Pascal Thubert - Juan Carlos Zuniga 1. Recognition The group thanked Pat Thaler for her service. Dorothy Stanley will be taking on the role of co-chair of this coordination group. 2. Face-to-Face Meeting in Bangkok Russ Housley noted that IETF and IEEE 802 will meet during consecutive weeks in Bangkok in November 2018, and asked if there were any agenda items for a joint meeting. He suggested a half-day meeting between DetNet and 802, with the remainder of the day for overall IETF-IEEE 802 coordination. 3. Coordination List See https://www.iab.org/wp-content/IAB-uploads/2018/04/Potential- areas-for-IETF_IEEE802-Coordination_26.txt - Item 3. IETF NVO3 and IEEE 802.1 DCB Russ Housley noted that Alia Atlas and Pat Thaler had been the leads on this item, but both of them are retiring. The new leads will be Martin Vigoureux and Janos Farkas. Pat Thaler reported that 802.1Qcy is currently in sponsor ballot and has been shared with the NVO3 WG; it is expected to be done by July 2018. - Item 5. Enabling use of Local Addresses for virtualization and IoT Pat Thaler reported that Glenn Parsons, Max Riegel, and OmniRAN will be working on this from the 802 side. She added that there is an Internet-Draft (draft-bvtm-dhc-mac-assign) on Link-Layer Addresses Assignment Mechanism for DHCPv6 that should be added to the list of relevant documents for this item. - Item 11. IETF and IEEE 802.1 OmniRAN TG Glenn Parsons reported that 802.1CF is in WG Last Call and will be sent to the IETF for review once it is stable, probably after July 2018. - Item 21. 6tisch Pascal Thubert reported that the 6tisch work is proceeding as planned. - Item 22. CAPWAP extensions in OPSAWG Russ Housley noted that draft-ietf-opsawg-capwap-alt-tunnel was approved by the IESG and sent to the RFC Editor. This item can be closed once the RFC is published. - Item 24. Coordination between the IETF and IEEE 802 on Pervasive Monitoring Juan Carlos Zuniga reported that work has begun on an Informational Internet-Draft describing the MAC address randomization experiments that the IETF and IEEE 802 did at their meetings in 2015. IEEE 802 will send information about IEEE 802E to the IETF once it is stable (likely July 2018). - Item 25. Layer2/Layer 3 Interaction for Time-Sensitive Traffic Deborah Brungard reported that the DetNet WG will meet after this meeting. Pat Thaler noted that Janos Farkas will replace her as DetNet co-chair. - Item 27. Development of YANG models in the IEEE 802 Glenn Parsons suggested adding Scott Mansfield to the list of owners for this item, as he is leading the YANGsters effort in 802. Russ Housley asked if there will be a YANG module for ethertypes. Glenn Parsons replied that the IEEE RAC had initially planned to use machine-generated YANG modules for ethertypes, but the desire from the IETF side was to have hand-designed names for each ethertype. Russ Housley will ask Benoit Claise for an update on the current status. - Item 30. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Russ Housley reported that the IPv6 over 802.11 spec (draft-ietf- ipwave-ipv6-over-80211ocb) is currently in Working Group Last Call. Pascal Thubert reported that the 6LO draft on IPv6 level registrations is currently in IESG review. Dorothy Stanley reported that IEEE 802.11 is starting a Study Group on Next Gen V2X. It will update the PHY to be more like 802.11n or 802.11ac. The first meeting of the SG will be in Warsaw in May 2018. 4. New items for coordination list Pat Thaler reported that there have been discussions in 802.1 on congestion isolation; this was presented in TSVWG earlier this week. This work is not yet chartered in 802, but if it does go forward it should coordinate with TSVWG. Deborah Brungard noted that one of Alvaro Retana's WGs had a discussion on routing discovery where LLDP was identified; there was a question about whether the 1500 byte frame size was the limit or if it was possible to have a longer one. Pat Thaler replied that they had looked at using LLDP but decided not to because of those limitations.