Hi Mirja,

David> Inline ...

Thanks, --David

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> From: Mirja Kuehlewind [mailto:i...@kuehlewind.net]
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> Subject: Mirja Kühlewind's No Objection on draft-ietf-nvo3-arch-07: (with
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> Two tiny comments:
> - Call section 4.5 "Virtual Access Point (VAP)" instead of only "VAP"

David> Done.

> -  I don't really understand this: "As is the case for L2VPN, there is a
> client/server relationship
>    between the overlay and underlay networks..." How do the terms client
> and server help me here?

Ok, they don't ;-).  These were taken from RFC 6136 (L2VPN OAM) discussion,
primarily of fault management.  However, it's not necessary to reuse those
terms here, as the relationship to RFC 6136 covered in the immediately prior
paragraph.  I rewrote this to:

The relationship between the overlay and underlay networks is a consideration 
for
fault and performance management -

> 
> More general:
> I was hoping to find a discussion on how existing protocols would be
> applicable to the three needed control protocols. Also do these three
> protocols need to be three different protocols or could all three cases
> potentially be covered by the same protocol (because the protocol
> mechanisms are the same and maybe even sometimes the same information
> needs to be exchanged)?

That's a matter best left to future drafts from the nvo3 WG.

IMHO, the three needed protocols (NVE-to-NVA, NVA federation, split-NVE),
are sufficiently different that we're unlikely to see one protocol cover even
two of the three scenarios, especially as IEEE's VDP protocol has  emerged
as the preferred split-NVE protocol.

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