Title: Review and Comment on TR-350 Issue 2 - Ethernet Services using BGP MPLS 
Based Ethernet VPNs (EVPN) – ELINE and ETREE
Submission Date: 2017-08-08
URL of the IETF Web page: https://datatracker.ietf.org/liaison/1540/
Please reply by 2017-09-06
From: Michael Fargano <michael.farg...@centurylink.com>
To: Martin Vigoureux <martin.vigour...@alcatel-lucent.com>, Thomas Morin 
<thomas.mo...@orange.com>,Nicolai Leymann <n.leym...@telekom.de>,Loa Andersson 
<l...@pi.nu>,George Swallow <swallow.i...@gmail.com>,Alia Atlas 
<akat...@gmail.com>,Alvaro Retana <aret...@cisco.com>,Deborah Brungard 
Cc: Alvaro Retana <aret...@cisco.com>,Deborah Brungard 
<db3...@att.com>,Multiprotocol Label Switching Discussion List 
<m...@ietf.org>,David Sinicrope <david.sinicr...@ericsson.com>,Alia Atlas 
<akat...@gmail.com>,BGP Enabled ServiceS Discussion List <bess@ietf.org>,Martin 
Vigoureux <martin.vigour...@nokia.com>,The IETF Chair <ch...@ietf.org>,George 
Swallow <swallow.i...@gmail.com>,Loa Andersson <l...@pi.nu>,Thomas Morin 
<thomas.mo...@orange.com>,Nicolai Leymann 
Response Contacts: david.sinicr...@ericsson.com
Technical Contacts: 
Purpose: For comment

Body: Dear Colleagues,

In November 2015, the BBF published TR-350 - Ethernet Services using BGP MPLS 
Based Ethernet VPNs (EVPN) which covered architecture and equipment 
requirements for implementation of ELAN service types using the EVPN technology.

Also in November 2015, the BBF started working the second phase of the TR-350 
work adding ELINE and ETREE service types to this important specification. The 
work has progress through 2016 and early 2017 and has entered the beginning of 
the Broadband Forum approval process. During this phase we would greatly 
appreciate your review and comments.

To consider your comments during our 3Q2017 meeting we would need to receive 
them by 6 September 2017. Comments received after 6 September will be 
considered during our 4Q2017 meeting in December 2017.

We look forward to working with you and we would like to thank you for your 
timely consideration and response.

Michael Fargano,
Broadband Forum Technical Committee Chair

Robin Mersh, Broadband Forum CEO <rme...@broadband-forum.org>



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