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Agenda (Teleconferences 18-22Jan, 2021)
[See individual project status for links to working documents and contributions]
- Meeting introduction
- Approval of agenda
- P802.1AEdk MAC Privacy protection
Task Group Ballot resolution & Draft development
[Monday 11.00-13.30, Wednesday 13.30-15.30, Friday 11.00-13.00, Eastern Time (ET)]
- Transmission policing and traffic shaping
- Latest draft review (P802.1AEdk/D0.56
- SC6 pre-PDIS ballot, responses to comments
- PFC and MACsec
- MACsec performance requirements
- Future meetings/teleconferences
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