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[13:06:40] <barry.constantine> hello
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[13:14:18] <barry.constantine> Hi Bill, I see the audio stream coming from Charlottenburg 1 <http://tools.ietf.org/agenda/87/venue/?room=charlottenburg-1>, is that correct?
[13:15:10] <barry.constantine> OK now I hear Al
[13:15:42] <wcerveny@gmail.com> yup
[13:16:35] <wcerveny@gmail.com> I clicked on the audio link off of tools.ietf.org/agenda/87/ and it just worked
[13:16:48] <wcerveny@gmail.com> for the bmwg session
[13:19:07] <barry.constantine> First I heard alot of music,
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[13:19:19] <barry.constantine> audio quality is quite good
[13:19:45] <barry.constantine> Great
[13:19:47] <wcerveny@gmail.com> bill waves from michigan
[13:19:56] <barry.constantine> Weather is pleasant on east coast today!
[13:20:24] <wcerveny@gmail.com> audio just disappeared?
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[13:22:16] <wcerveny@gmail.com> Barry are you getting audio?  Audio went quiet for me ...
[13:22:26] <barry.constantine> Yes I am
[13:22:45] <barry.constantine> He is speaking now
[13:22:51] <wcerveny@gmail.com> ok
[13:23:04] <wcerveny@gmail.com> itunes decided to pause the stream :-(
[13:24:15] <joel jaeggli> the streams reset when the recording starts iirc
[13:24:49] <barry.constantine> audio quality is perfect Al
[13:50:50] <barry.constantine> I agree with Al that lab test results of key portions of the proposed procedures are very valuable toward validating the works
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[14:14:24] <barry.constantine> Tim is listening to audio, having no luck with Jabber
[14:16:00] <barry.constantine> Al, I think we are in sync now concerning TCP test pattern section, clarifications required to the draft
[14:18:08] <barry.constantine> Shaping occurred close to Tc period of the device
[14:18:39] <barry.constantine> Over the entire interval, total must match
[14:19:08] <barry.constantine> I believe there were 5 bursts of 128KB bytes
[14:20:03] <barry.constantine> no
[14:20:09] <barry.constantine> Shaping is CBS 20KB
[14:20:38] <barry.constantine> shaper is supposed to put out CBS 20KB each Tc
[14:20:45] <barry.constantine> yes output!
[14:21:15] <barry.constantine> The peculiar part about this vendor, the first CBS was ~40,000 bytes which was not expected
[14:21:23] <barry.constantine> Slide 6
[14:21:33] <sarah.banks@gmail.com> Barry, for the rest of us, I think ALL of the buckets here are peculiar
[14:21:42] <sarah.banks@gmail.com> *I* find this confusing
[14:22:06] <barry.constantine> Slide 6 is close to ideal behavior of the shaper
[14:22:51] <barry.constantine> 20 KB CBS is expected each Tc
[14:23:10] <barry.constantine> Actually we worked with mobbile provider and this is format they asked for
[14:23:46] <sarah.banks@gmail.com> I understand that the mobile provider might have asked for this format, but it's very hard to consume :) Would you consider Scott's input and revise?
[14:23:54] <barry.constantine> yes of course
[14:24:12] <sarah.banks@gmail.com> great, thank you
[14:25:25] <barry.constantine> This is still early, but we are pleased to have basic script engine in place that can analyze packet captures; we'll revise the output to make it more clear
[14:26:30] <sarah.banks@gmail.com> thank you barry
[14:26:56] <barry.constantine> Slide 6 shows that once shaper stablizes, 4 msec Tc is achieved
[14:27:33] <barry.constantine> Scott made agood point and Al you added that to comments, jitter of shaper, etc
[14:31:56] <barry.constantine> Folks, please don't let the graphs get mixed up with the core procedures in the document
[14:32:14] <barry.constantine> The graphs were meant to show we have a scripting engine in place which can anlayze output
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