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Concluded WG RIP Version II (ripv2)

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WG Name RIP Version II
Acronym ripv2
Area Routing Area (rtg)
State Concluded
Charter charter-ietf-ripv2-01 Approved
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Personnel Chair Gary S. Malkin
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Final Charter for Working Group

RIP Version 2 and the Version 2 MIB was approved as a Proposed
Standard in January 1993. They were published as RFC 1388 and RFC
Since the mimimum required period has elapsed for a protocol
to remain as a Proposed Standard, RIP V2 can now be considered for
advancement to Draft Standard.

The RIP Version 2 Working Group will prepare a recommendation to the
IESG evalating the standards track status of RIP Version 2 and the
RIP Version 2 MIB. The recommendation will document implementation,
interoperability and deployment experience as required by RFC 1264
``Routing Protocol Criteria.''

This group is chartered to prepare revisions of RIP Version 2'' (RFC 1388),RIP Version 2 MIB'' (RFC 1389), and the analysis
document (RFC 1387) if necessary.

The RIP Version 2 Working Group is further chartered to evaluate the
proposal for ``Routing over Demand Circuits using RIP'' for standards
track consideration.

Done milestones

Date Milestone Associated documents
Done Submit the RIP Version 2 protocol to the IESG for consideration as a Draft Standard.
Done Post as an Internet-Draft a report describing the implementation and operational experience of the RIP v2 protocol in accordance with the RFC 1264 ``Routing Protocol Criteria.''
Done Submit the RIP over Demand Circuits to the IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard.
Done Hold working group meetings to review RIP Version 2 implementations and make any changes needed to the specifications.
Done Review the RIP over Demand Circuits Internet-Draft.
Done Review of implementations. Final review of MIB.
Done Final review of RIP-II Internet-Draft and submission into the standards track. First review of RIP-II MIB.
Done Review of RIP-II Internet-Draft to ensure the additions are useful and backwards compatible. Also ensure that the additions cannot cause routing problems.