I read draft-ietf-anima-prefix-management-01 today looking for a model for how to define an ASA. I find section 5, and I it is reasonable, but I feel that there are perhaps some critial details missing.
I think that it's pretty important to be more verbose than you might think in the early ASA documents, because it will be copy and pasted. For instance, I think that there might be a negotiation phase after the discovery... that might involve a number of round trips. I also think that there might be multiple negotiations, and M_WAIT, M_SYNCH or M_NEG_SYN might be involved, such that an aggregate prefix will be negotiated for subsequence division... ==== I then went on the section 6.x which details with quite a lot of ideas about Intent. They are interesting ideas, but I think that they do not belong there. I found it interesting (a self-comment on my clue) that I have no idea what eany of: RNC Site Gateway (RSG), Aggregation Site Gateway (ASG), Cell Site Gateway (CSG). I'm getting it has to do with 3G/mobile IP systems. -- Michael Richardson <mcr+i...@sandelman.ca>, Sandelman Software Works -= IPv6 IoT consulting =-
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