Liaison statement
Request for review of OSPFv2 extensions for ASON Routing

Submission date 2011-06-06
From Common Control and Measurement Plane (Deborah Brungard)
To ITU-T SG 15 (optical control plane) (greg.jones@itu.int)
Cc yoichi.maeda@ttc.or.jp, greg.jones@itu.int, steve.trowbridge@alcatel-lucent.com, kam.lam@alcatel-lucent.com, lear@cisco.com, adrian.farrel@huawei.com, stbryant@cisco.com, lberger@labn.net, ccamp@ietf.org
Response contact dbrungard@att.com
Technical contact dbrungard@att.com
Purpose For action
Deadline 2011-06-30 Action Taken
Attachments (None)
Body
The CCAMP working group would like to inform Q14/15 of the ITU-T that
we
have reopened our work on OSPFv2 extensions for ASON Routing which was
published as experimental RFC 5787. A draft revision has been accepted
as a working group document, and is following the standards track IETF
process. The working group document is available at:
http://www.ietf.org/id/draft-ietf-ccamp-rfc5787bis-01.txt

The authors of the draft believe that the work is stable and
sufficiently stable to change to justify early assignment of
codepoints.
Given that such early assignment implies that the WG believes
significant technical changes are unlikely, and considering the time
lapse since the last Liaison on this subject between our groups, we
request Q14/15 to review this latest version of the document and
provide
us your feedback on if this document accurately reflects the
requirements of routing in an ASON environment. If you believe this
document does not accurate reflect the requirements, we request that
you
identify the specific requirements that are not addressed.

To assist in your review, the authors provided a comparison to ASON
requirements summarized in a previous liaison:
http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ccamp/current/msg12015.html

We request that you respond with review comments by June 30th to allow
for publication of any needed updates in the draft prior to the Quebec
IETF. CCAMP appreciates your support and we are looking forward to
continuing exchange of information as we continue to progress this
work.

Best regards,

Lou Berger and Deborah Brungard
CCAMP Working Group Co-chairs