Hi Thomas, The time reserved for the weekly IRC is 1600 UTC on Tuesdays (http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/#Neutron_VPNaaS_Meeting). The IRC channel might not be available on any other time (1500 UTC is taken by the libvirt team meeting). Thanks, —Hanif. On 5/29/15, 12:57 PM, Vikram
Hi all, I would also vote for (C) with 1600 UTC or later. This will hopefully increase more participation from the Pacific time zone. Thanks, —Hanif. From: Mathieu Rohon Reply-To: OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions) Date: Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 1:52 AM To:
Thanks Paul. Happy holidays everyone! On Dec 22, 2014, at 1:06 PM, Paul Michali (pcm) p...@cisco.commailto:p...@cisco.com wrote: Will cancel the next two VPNaaS sub-team meetings. The next meeting will be Tuesday, January 6th at 1500 UTC on meeting-4 ( Note the channel change). Enjoy the
I hope we all understand how edge VPN works and what interactions are introduced as part of this spec. I see references to neutron-network mapping to the tunnel which is not at all case and the edge-VPN spec doesn’t propose it. At a very high level, there are two main concepts: 1.
Folks, Recently, as part of the L2 gateway thread, there was some discussion on BGP/MPLS/Edge VPN and how to bridge any overlay networks to the neutron network. Just to update everyone in the community, Ian and I have separately submitted specs which make an attempt to address the cloud edge
I agree with Paul as advanced services go beyond just L4-L7. Today, VPNaaS deals with L3 connectivity but belongs in advanced services. Where does Edge-VPN work belong? We need a broader definition for advanced services area. Thanks, —Hanif. From: Paul Michali (pcm)
Hi Ian, all, I would very much like that. Please let me know what time works for you. I will be in Paris all 5 days. Thanks, Hanif. Sent from my iPhone On Oct 31, 2014, at 9:07 PM, Ian Wells ijw.ubu...@cack.org.uk wrote: Maruti's talk is, in fact, so interesting that we should probably
- Orchestrating inter-datacenter connectivity - [Mohammad Hanif] IPv6 as an Openstack network infrastructure - ijw (Ian Wells) L2GW support - abstraction and reference implementation for extending logical networks into physical networks [Maruti Kamat] servicevm framework(tacker project) and l3