Thanks for the comments....
I will make the change to the time-source description, removing the
"chip" qualifier, I was just trying to define the value using a
concrete example the NEA guys would understand
I used the phrase "between interfaces" because it's more sellable in
this group - and I think it even applies to your PSTN example. The
PSTN-fax is an interface, any network connection is an "interface",
and you use the term "local interface" which suggests something else,
but it's still an interface. I didn't qualify my use of the term
interface because I wanted it to apply to anything.
If we want to get PSTN-specific, and actually mandate that it's the
PSTN interface we're talking about with regards to forwarding, then I
would create another PSTN forwarding attribute and add it to the HCD
On Aug 15, 2008, at 11:13 AM, wamwagner at comcast.net wrote:
>> 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.
>> Bill Wagner
>>>>> -------------- Original message --------------
> 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
> Development Engineer
> Lexmark International, Inc.
>>> Randy Turner <rturner at amalfisystems.com>
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> IDS> DRAFT: IETF NEA proposal
>>>>>> Hi All,
>> 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
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>> For now, just concentrate on the content :) :)
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