Information, in response to Liaison Statement from ITU-T Study Group 11, June, 2011
|From||The IESG (Russ Housley)|
|To||ITU-T SG 11 (email@example.com)|
|Cc||The IETF Chair, The IESG, IAB, IESG, Tena@Huawei.com, Matthew.Lopez@ties.itu.int, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Kaoru.Kenyoshi@EMEA.NEC.COM, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com|
|Response contact||Eliot Lear, Monique Morrow|
|Technical contact||Ralph Droms|
|Referenced liaison||Update on FSA signalling draft Recommendation Q.Flowstatesig|
Thank you for your liaison "Update on FSA signalling draft Recommendation Q.Flowstatesig," posted June, 2011. In response to your request for comments on the Q.flowstatesig draft recommendation, we have conducted an open IETF review of the draft recommendation, which lasted from June 8, 2011 to July 5, 2011. The open IETF review and other internal reviews evaluated the text of "Signalling protocols and procedures relating to Flow State Aware QoS control in a bounded sub-network of a NGN" as published in your liaison of June, 2011 and available at https://datatracker.ietf.org/documents/LIAISON/file1231.pdf. The conclusion of those reviews is that it is not likely that the deployment of the specified protocols and procedures would have a negative impact on the operation of the Internet where those protocols and procedures are not deployed.