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[13:59:56] <acmacm> Jay can you hear us on audio?
[14:00:09] <jaykarthik> Hi Al ! Perfectly !
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[14:08:56] <jaykarthik> Thanks Scott.
[14:17:55] <jaykarthik> RIP is different from ISIS and OSPF in that it does not have TE extensions and there are other changes as well. So not sure if it could be easily included.
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[14:29:41] <jaykarthik> IMHO we can have the base convergence seperated from the extentions like GR/NSF.
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[14:38:40] <jaykarthik> Good point Kaeo. This makes room for other work items begging to be made official.
[14:39:43] <vkg> Karthik: I am waiting for them to stop talking b4 sending your message on...
[14:40:38] <jaykarthik> Not required Vijay. Please do not interrupt now since this is not an important point.. If Al asks you could mention though.
[14:40:44] <vkg> OK.
[14:45:29] <jaykarthik> Test Tool Vendors do offer solutions today based on blackbox testing and convergence mechanisms as specified in OSPF dataplane convergence methodology.
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[14:52:27] <jaykarthik> I Agree Scott but ...
[14:52:46] <jaykarthik> this does not stop us from having a BFD benchmarking as a seperate work item.
[14:53:19] <jaykarthik> I did
[14:53:39] <jaykarthik> I did review
[14:54:04] <jaykarthik> I have a point for that Al. I will discuss offline
[14:58:29] <jaykarthik> Question For IPV6 author.
[14:58:30] <jaykarthik> To benchmark the hashing capability and the algorithm, we need multiple different combination of source and destination ipv6 addresses and study the forwarding capability. Is this in scope of this work or not ?
[15:00:18] <jaykarthik> Fair enough Al. Thanks.
[15:13:16] <jaykarthik> The previous comment was abt Al's suggestion on referencing Hash Stuffing Algorithms in IPv6 drafts.
[15:14:22] <vkg> Al thinks that they have this covered.
[15:14:26] <jaykarthik> ok
[15:32:48] <jaykarthik> I thought I had cc'd the list. Merike was referring to my comments that she incorporated 8 months ago.
[15:36:58] <jaykarthik> LDP
[15:39:54] <jaykarthik> Can someone unicast SIP slides pls
[15:40:09] <vkg> Yes, Al will do that in a bit.
[15:40:46] <vkg> What is your email -- I will send it to you directly...
[15:40:58] <jaykarthik> jakarthi@cisco.com please
[15:41:19] <vkg> 1s
[15:42:56] <vkg> OK; my co-author (Carol Davids) has emailed you the slides
[15:44:08] <jaykarthik> BMWG focuses on Lab environment. Open air sounds like production network :-) .... but seriously how do you ensure you do not interfere with production network ? There should be a way I am sure
[15:44:21] <jaykarthik> okay thanks Vijay and Carol
[15:45:05] <jaykarthik> okay fair enough. Thanks.
[15:49:51] <jaykarthik> Got the slides. Thanks
[16:01:47] <jaykarthik> It has been a very productive BMWG session. Thanks Al and Vijay for monitoring the Jabber.
[16:01:59] <vkg> Thanks Jay. Signing off.
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[16:02:14] <jaykarthik> t has been a very productive BMWG session. Thanks Al and Vijay for monitoring the Jabber.
[16:02:20] <jaykarthik> Bye everyone
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