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1 Rev. 1 Norman Finn firstname.lastname@example.org P802.1AXbq editing planRev. 1Norman Finn
2 Some decisions madePAR and Five Criteria are set (modulo a new Internet draft).We will use Stephen Haddock’s baggy pants model.DRNI connects only two networks.We have a large set of desired characteristics, among which are:Fast convergence after a failure.Capability for bi-directional symmetry of link usage.Capability for frame distribution by service.Insulation of each connected network from fault events in the other network.No restrictions on the operations of the connected networks.
3 Some decisions to makeDo we signal individual services’ states/needs between Portals, or depend on pre-configured service sets?Pro individual: Closer to current practice, easier to describe, easier to create configuration.Con individual: Requires increase in LACP PDU size, and even then one can run out of space if too many services present.What information must be passed among the nodes in the Interconnect?This depends on whether we want to achieve total insulation of the two networks from each other.It depends on whether we want to achieve good load distribution in the face of networks changing service to Portal node assignments.
4 Current 802.1AX document 1. Overview 2. Normative references (All sections except Annex C and perhaps Annex B need some changes)1. Overview2. Normative references3. Definitions4. Acronyms and abbreviations5. Link Aggregation6. ManagementA (informative) Collection and Distribution functionsB (informative) LACP standby link selection and dynamic Key managementC (normative) SNMP MIB definitions for Link Aggregation
5 In a nutshell: 1. Overview 2. Normative references 3. Definitions BEFORE AFTER1. Overview2. Normative references3. Definitions4. Acronyms and abbreviations5. Link Aggregation5.7 PICS6. ManagementA (inform) Collection and Distribution functionsB (inform) LACP standby link selection and dynamic Key managementC (norm) SNMP MIB definitions for Link Aggregation1. Overview2. Normative references3. Definitions4. Acronyms and abbreviations5. Link Aggregation6. Distributed Resilient Network Interconnect7. Management8. PICSA (inform) Collection and Distribution functionsB (inform) LACP standby link selection and dynamic Key managementC (norm) SNMP MIB definitions for LinkAgg and DRNI
6 Clause 5 AFTER Clause 6 AFTER Expanding clauses 5 and 6Clause 5 AFTER Clause 6 AFTER5. Link Aggregation5.1 Overview5.2 Link Aggregation operation5.3 Link Aggregation Control5.4 Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)5.5 Marker Protocol5.6 Configuration capabilities and restrictions5.7 Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proformaDistributed Resilient Network Interconnect6.1 Overview6.2 DRNI operation6.3 DRNI Control6.4 LACP-DRNI6.6 Configuration capabilities and restrictions6.7 Requirements for networks connected via DRNI.