Thanks for the detailed review, Francis!

Authors — did you make a note of the comments? Did not see a response…

Jari

On 24 Jan 2017, at 18:33, Francis Dupont <francis.dup...@fdupont.fr> wrote:

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> Document: draft-ietf-bmwg-ipv6-nd-04.txt
> Reviewer: Francis Dupont
> Review Date: 20170116
> IETF LC End Date: 20170123
> IESG Telechat date: unknown
> 
> Summary: Ready with nits
> 
> Major issues: none
> 
> Minor issues: the title (and the Abstract) is a bit misleading: it is
> not the benchmarking of the ND protocol which has ~12 different
> functions but the benchmarking of a particular function on a router.
> Now it is the critical one so my concern is more the document is
> limited to only this one...
> 
> Nits/editorial comments:
> - ToC page 2 and 7 page 12: Acknowledgements -> Acknowledgments
> 
> - 1 page 2: the limit to a router explains why the verb send is
>  replaced by forward... and why there is nothing about redirection
> 
> - 1 page 2: determine the IPv6 next-hop's link-layer address
>  -> determine the outgoing interface and the IPv6 next-hop's
>   link-layer address
> 
> - 2.2.1 page 5: et cetera -> etc
> 
> - 3.1.2 page 9 (twice) and 3.2.2 page 10; recieved -> received
> 
> - 3.1.2 page 9: IMHO you should define the "initial" term (for final
>  the meaning is obvious)
> 
> - 3.2.1 page 10: (i.e.,IPv6 -> (i.e., IPv6
> 
> - 3.2.2 page 10: in "packets-received will either be
>   equal to zero or packets-received." the last received -> sent.
> 
> Regards
> 
> francis.dup...@fdupont.fr
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