This appears to cover the essense. I have two little quibbles.
1. In forwarding enable, " forwarding of network packets between interfaces" is perhaps inappropriate since one of the main concerns is communication of infromation presented on PSTN or local interfaces onto the network.
2. In time source, I suggest that "onboard clock/calendar chip" is too specific and just onboard date-time clock is preferable.
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From: Dave Whitehead <david at lexmark.com>
Looks good. Two comments about Configuration State:
1> We should mandate the use of a cryptographically secure hash function (SHA256/512)
2> Vendors provide the set of available configuration items but the customer selects which items to include in the hash -- some they care about, some they don't.
David H. Whitehead
Lexmark International, Inc.
Randy Turner <rturner at amalfisystems.com>
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SubjectIDS> DRAFT: IETF NEA proposal
Please read the attached RTF and provide any feedback you may have...
Please excuse the VERY simple, raw formatting I'm using - this has to be
in the simplest ASCII text form possible for eventual emailing to the
For now, just concentrate on the content :) :)
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