July 2018 Plenary Session in San Diego, CA, USA

Agenda

TSN TG agenda

PDF of the following approved WG minutes (including links to PDFs of the minutes for the Maintenance TG, OmniRAN TG, IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project, NEND ICA – each of which are also reproduced below – and YANGsters).

IEEE 802.1 Working Group

9-13 July 2018 Plenary Meeting

San Diego, CA, USA Meeting Minutes

The acting 802.1 Chair, John Messenger, presided.

The 802.1 Recording Secretary, Jessy Rouyer, wrote the minutes in part based on input from

802.1 Task Group Chairs.

Attendance and affiliation

Last name First name Affiliation Mon AM1 TSN TG Mon AM2 802.1 Opening Mon PM OmniRAN TG Mon PM Security TG Mon PM TSN TG Mon EVE YANGsters Mon EVE NEND ICA Tue AM1 Maintenance TG Tue AM2 Security TG Tue AM2 TSN TG Tue PM OmniRAN TG Tue PM Security TG Tue PM TSN TG Tue EVE 802.1 joint with 802.15 Tue EVE NEND ICA Wed AM1 TSN TG Wed AM Security TG Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk B) Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk A: Wed PM OmniRAN TG Wed PM Security TG Wed PM TSN TG Thu AM TSN TG (Trk B) Thu AM TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Thu AM OmniRAN TG Thu PM 802.1 Closing Plenary Fri AM TSN TG
Adachi Tomoko TOSHIBA Corporation
Andersdotter Amelia Article19
Arokkiam Jerome OSRAM GmbH
Assmann Ralf Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Baggett Tim Microchip Technology, Inc.
Bao Shenghua HUAWEI
Baykas Tuncer Istanbul Medipol University
Bierschenk Jens Robert Bosch GmbH
Boiger Christian b-plus GmbH
Bottorff Paul Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Brillhart Theodore Fluke Corporation
Canchi Radhakrishn a Kyocera International Inc.
Chang Xin Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Chen David Nokia
Chen Feng Siemens AG
Chou Vincent Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Congdon Paul Tallac Networks; Huawei
Cummings Rodney

National Instruments

Corporation

DeLaOlivaDelgado Antonio Universidad Carlos III Madrid
Dong Xiaoli

Digital Video Broadcasting

Project (DVB

Dorr Josef Siemens AG
Last name First name Affiliation Mon AM1 TSN TG Mon AM2 802.1 Opening Mon PM OmniRAN TG Mon PM Security TG Mon PM TSN TG Mon EVE YANGsters Mon EVE NEND ICA Tue AM1 Maintenance TG Tue AM2 Security TG Tue AM2 TSN TG Tue PM OmniRAN TG Tue PM Security TG Tue PM TSN TG Tue EVE 802.1 joint with 802.15 Tue EVE NEND ICA Wed AM1 TSN TG Wed AM Security TG Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk B) Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk A: Wed PM OmniRAN TG Wed PM Security TG Wed PM TSN TG Thu AM TSN TG (Trk B) Thu AM TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Thu AM OmniRAN TG Thu PM 802.1 Closing Plenary Fri AM TSN TG
Elbakoury Hesham Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Ellegaard Lars Microsemi Corporation
Escudero- Sahuquillo Jesus

University of Castilla-La

Mancha

Fan Xiaojing Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Farkas Janos Ericsson
Finn Norman Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Garner Geoffrey Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Godfrey Tim

Electric Power Research

Institute, Inc. (EPRI)

Goto Hideki Toyota Motor Corporation
Gravel Mark

Hewlett Packard

Enterprise

Gray Eric Ericsson AB
Gunther Craig Craig Gunther Consulting, LLC
Guo Jianlin

Mitsubishi Electric

Research Labs (MERL)

Gutierrez Marina

TTTech Computertechnik

AG

Haasz Jodi

IEEE Standards

Association (IEEE-SA)

Haddock Stephen

Stephen Haddock

Consulting, LLC

Han Ruibo China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC)
Hantel Mark Rockwell Automation
Harima Taro

Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation

Harkins Daniel Aruba Networks, Inc.
Hiertz Guido Ericsson AB
Holness Marc Ciena Corporation
Horner Rita Symopsys, Inc.
Hotta Yoshifumi

Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation

Ishizu Kentaro National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Itaya Satoko National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Last name First name Affiliation Mon AM1 TSN TG Mon AM2 802.1 Opening Mon PM OmniRAN TG Mon PM Security TG Mon PM TSN TG Mon EVE YANGsters Mon EVE NEND ICA Tue AM1 Maintenance TG Tue AM2 Security TG Tue AM2 TSN TG Tue PM OmniRAN TG Tue PM Security TG Tue PM TSN TG Tue EVE 802.1 joint with 802.15 Tue EVE NEND ICA Wed AM1 TSN TG Wed AM Security TG Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk B) Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk A: Wed PM OmniRAN TG Wed PM Security TG Wed PM TSN TG Thu AM TSN TG (Trk B) Thu AM TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Thu AM OmniRAN TG Thu PM 802.1 Closing Plenary Fri AM TSN TG
Ito Yoshihiro

Nagoya Institute of

Technology

Kabra Lokesh Synopsys, Inc.
Kehrer Stephan Hirschmann Automation and Control, Inc.
kim ajung sejong
Kondo Yoshihisa Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR)
KOTO Hajime National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Krieger Olaf Volkswagen AG
Lee Hyeong Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Levy Joseph InterDigital, Inc.
Lv Lily Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Mangin Christophe

Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation

Mansfield Scott Telefon AB LM Ericsson
Marks Roger EthAirNet Associates; Huawei
Maruhashi Kenichi NEC Corporation
McCann Stephen BlackBerry
McIntosh James Microsemi Corporation
McMillan Larry

Western Digital

Corporation

Messenger John

ADVA Optical Networking

Ltd.

Mustala Tero Nokia Networks
Myers Roy INDEPENDENT
NOMIZU TAKUMA Hitachi, Ltd.
Ohsawa Tomoki NICT
Osagawa Daisuke

Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation

Pannell Donald NXP Semiconductors
Potts Michael General Motors Company
Prakash Rajat Qualcomm Incorporated
QIU WEI Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Randall Karen INDEPENDENT
Reilly Denis Spectracom (Orolia USA)
Riegel Maximilian Nokia Networks
Rouyer Jessy Nokia
Sakata Ren TOSHIBA Corporation
Last name First name Affiliation Mon AM1 TSN TG Mon AM2 802.1 Opening Mon PM OmniRAN TG Mon PM Security TG Mon PM TSN TG Mon EVE YANGsters Mon EVE NEND ICA Tue AM1 Maintenance TG Tue AM2 Security TG Tue AM2 TSN TG Tue PM OmniRAN TG Tue PM Security TG Tue PM TSN TG Tue EVE 802.1 joint with 802.15 Tue EVE NEND ICA Wed AM1 TSN TG Wed AM Security TG Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk B) Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk A: Wed PM OmniRAN TG Wed PM Security TG Wed PM TSN TG Thu AM TSN TG (Trk B) Thu AM TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Thu AM OmniRAN TG Thu PM 802.1 Closing Plenary Fri AM TSN TG
Sato Atsushi

Yokogawa Electric

Corporation

Schafman Limor

Telecommunications

Industry Association (TIA)

Schewe Frank Phoenix Contact
Seaman Michael Individual
Seewald Maik Cisco Systems, Inc.
Specht Johannes University of Duisburg- Essen and General Motors Company
Steindl Guenter Siemens AG
Sun Liyang HUAWEI
Sun Wenhao Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Tarui Isao

Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation

Tinnakornsrisupha p Peerapol Qualcomm Incorporated
Unbehagen Paul Avaya Inc.
Valentino Liva EuramNet, LLC
Wamsser Reiner IEC SC65C MT9-Member
wang haifei Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Wang Hao Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Wang Tongtong Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Weis Brian Cisco Systems, Inc.
Winkel Ludwig Siemens AG
Wood Graeme British Standards Institution (BSi), Rockwell Corp
Woods Jordon Analog Devices Inc.
Xu Dayin Rockwell Automation
Yamaura Takahiro Toshiba
Yano Kazuto Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR)
YU XIANG Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Zein Nader NEC Europe (NLE)
Zuponcic Steven Rockwell Automation

 

802.1 Officers and Management

 

Glenn Parsons

Working Group Chair
John Messenger Working Group Vice-chair and acting Chair
Jessy Rouyer Working Group Secretary and acting Vice Chair
János Farkas Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group Chair
Craig Gunther Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group Secretary
Mick Seaman Security Task Group Chair
Max Riegel OmniRAN Task Group Chair
Paul Congdon Maintenance Task Group acting Chair
Roger Marks NEND ICA Chair
Ludwig Winkel IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project Chair
Jordon Woods IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project Secretary
Paul Unbehagen Website Maintenance
Hal Keen Email Maintenance

Opening Plenary Meeting

Call to order: 9 July 2018, 10:35 AM.

The acting 802.1 Chair, John Messenger, presided.

The 802.1 Recording Secretary, Jessy Rouyer, wrote the minutes.

The acting Chair presented the Opening Agenda slides available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/minutes/2018-07-opening-plenary-slides.pdf.

During this presentation, the acting Chair:

  • Provided an update on the Chair’s situation.
  • Showed the agenda on slide 2. The agenda was approved.
  • Showed slides 3 through 7 (including reproduced slides 0 through 4 of the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings, separately available at http://standards.ieee.org/about/sasb/patcom/materials.html).

The acting Chair:

    • Presented information on these slides including:
      • Instructions for the WG Chair (and TG Chairs);
      • Participants’ duty to inform the IEEE;
      • Ways to inform IEEE;
      • Other guidelines for IEEE WG meetings; and
      • Patent-related information.
    • Advised WG attendees that:
      • IEEE’s patent policy is described in Clause 6 of the IEEE-SA Standards Board Bylaws;
      • Early identification of patent claims which may be essential for the use of standards under development is strongly encouraged;
      • There may be Essential Patent Claims of which IEEE is not aware. Additionally, neither IEEE, the WG, nor the WG Chair can ensure the accuracy or completeness of any assurance or whether any such assurance is, in fact, of a Patent Claim that is essential for the use of the standard under development.
    • Made the “Call for Potentially Essential Patents” thereby providing an opportunity for participants to identify patent claim(s)/patent application claim(s) and/or the holder of patent claim(s)/patent application claim(s) of which the participant is personally aware and that may be essential for the use of that standard.
      • There were no responses to the call.
    • Reminded 802.1 TG Chairs of their daily obligations (per slide 8) with respect to presenting the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings and making the “Call for Potentially Essential Patents”.
  • Reviewed general administrative information including:
  • Introduced 802.1 officers and provided 802.1 website information (slide 14).
    • Called for a volunteer or volunteers to take over maintenance of the Email exploder and of the active ballot page.
  • Reviewed the list of 802.1 voters (slide 15), including information about individuals who have lost (slide 16), may gain (slides 181 and 19), may lose (slide 20) 802.1 voting membership. The acting Chair reminded individual participants of their obligations and of

802.11 reciprocal credit, which was continued at this meeting (slide 21).

  • Provided an update on the 802.1 website at http://1.ieee802.org (slide 22).
  • Reviewed the schedule for future interim meetings (slide 23):
    • September 10-14, 2018 in Oslo, Norway
    • January 14-18, 2019 in Hiroshima, Japan
      • Hajime Koto presented IEEE802.1 Interim meeting proposal Hiroshima, Japan January 14.-18.(MonFri), 2018
        http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/admin-koto-Hiroshima-interim-0718.pdf
    • May 20-24, 2019 in North America (city to be determined)
    • September 2019
      • ADVA Optical Networking is continuing to explore hosting in Edinburgh, UK.
    • January 2020 potentially in Geneva, Switzerland the week before the ITU-T SG15 plenary meeting the same month.
    • May 2020 potentially in North America (city to be determined)
      • The acting Chair presented Offer to host IEEE 802.1/802.3 Joint Interim Session

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/admin-dambrosia-EAOfferMay2020-0718-v01.pdf.

  • Mentioned that the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project would have an interim meeting July 24-
    • 26, 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
  • Reviewed the schedule for future plenary meetings (slide 24):
    • November 12-16, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand
      • The acting Chair indicated joint workshops with IETF on DetNet and Data Center may be held during the preceding weekend.
    • March 10-15, 2019 in Vancouver, BC, Canada
    • July 14-19, 2019 in Vienna, Austria
    • November 10-15, 2019 in Waikoloa, HI, USA
    • March 2020 in Atlanta, GA, USA (dates to be determined)
    • July 2020 in Montreal, QC, Canada (dates to be determined)
    • November 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand (dates to be determined)
  • Reported the following items out of the 802 Executive Committee (EC) executive session (slide 25):
    • 802 Task Force (Thurs 10:30)
      • IEEE SA Tools update
      • Network Service contract discussion (executive session)
    • P&P, WG & CG change proposals (EC-18-138)
      • Tutorials do require registration/badges
      • Update Sponsor P&P (and then WG P&P) in 2018
        • Definition of dominance procedure
        • Should EC vice chairs be appointed by the Sponsor chair or elected by the WG&TAG chairs?
        • Add a Privacy item to the CSD: waiting for P802E to complete

1 Slide 18 starts on page 17 of 2018-07-opening-plenary-slides.pdf.

    • Venues (EC-18-130)
    • Treasurer (EC-18-136)
      • March 2018 meeting: approx. $87k loss
      • July 2018 meeting: estimated $39k loss but 53 on-site registrations!
      • Anticipated break even for 2018 overall
    • 802.11 (not discussed in EC opening plenary this time)
    • 802.11aq was approved by standards Board after much discussion in executive session at the SASB meeting in June
  • Reviewed the list of 802 EC meetings to be held this week (slide 26).
  • Indicated that the status of myProject is unchanged since the last plenary meeting (slide 27)
  • Provided information about public review (slide 28) confirming no public comments were received on P802.1Xck and about the following email ballot (ePoll) since the last plenary meeting (slide 30):
    • 14-802.1&IEC65C-MT9 Interim
      • 802.1 WG approves holding an interim meeting on the Friday of the July 2018 IEEE
      • 802 Plenary (Friday 13th July) to work on the IEC/IEEE P60802 TSN Profile for
      • Industrial Automation together with IEC 65C/MT9.
      • Moved: Janos Farkas
      • Seconded: Craig Gunther
      • Apr 19-30, 2018
      • Approved – 42/2/0
  • Pointed out PARs (and CSDs) that are up for vote at this IEEE 802 plenary meeting (slides 31 and 32).
  • Introduced the 802 Industry Connections activity (slide 33).
  • Indicated that since there are no tutorials at this 802 plenary meeting, YANGsters and NEND ICA meetings would be held at 6:00 PM and 7:30 PM, respectively, on July 9, and for NEND ICA also at 7:30 PM on July 10 (slide 34).
  • Reviewed the list of liaisons within 802 (joint and standing committee meetings, 802 task force) for which meetings were to be held during this 802 plenary week (slide 35) noting there would be no meeting of the IEEE 802 IETF SC this week.
  • Reviewed the list of liaisons incoming to 802.1 to be handled by the Maintenance and TSN TGs, and by the YANGsters group (slide 36).
  • Provided the anticipation of next actions with respect to projects in the WG’s current workload (slide 37) and discussed promotion of the work that the WG is doing (slide 38). o Noted as being planned were an eBlast on the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project and a

press release on IEEE Std 802.1CM™-2018.

    • The TSN TG Chair thanked contributors to the TSN Feature Topic that targeted IEEE Communications Standards Magazine, June 2018.
    • It was noted Ethernet/IP tech days were to be held October 9-10, 2018 in London, UK.
  • Provided an overview of the various IEEE-SA Awards, encouraging nominations (slide 39).
  • Noted that Standards Project Awards are being prepared (slide 40).
  • Summarized the list of anticipated motions for EC Consent Agenda (slides 41-42).
  • Showed the 802.1 plenary schedule/agenda for this meeting, which was tacitly approved
  • (slide 43).
  • Listed 802.1 management meetings (slide 44).
  • Provided, with the assistance of Scott Mansfield, information about the meetings and status of the YANGsters group (slide 45).
  • Requested the 802.1 TG Chairs to introduce their TG agenda (slide 46):
    • Mick Seaman presented the Security TG agenda (slides 47-48).
    • János Farkas presented the TSN TG agenda (slide 49).
    • Maximilian Riegel presented the OmniRAN TG agenda (slides 50-51).
    • Paul Congdon presented the Maintenance TG agenda for 10 July 2018 (slide 52).
    • Roger Marks presented the NEND ICA meeting plan (slide 53).

There was no other business to discuss (slide 55) and the opening plenary meeting was adjourned at 12:15 PM.

Task Group Meetings

Maintenance

Maintenance Task Group meeting minutes are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/maint/2018-07-maintenance-meeting- v1.pdf.

OmniRAN

OmniRAN Task Group meeting minutes are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0064-00-00TG-jul-2018-f2f- meeting-minutes.docx.

Current status of OmniRAN Task Group activities (including future meeting announcements, past meeting and conference call minutes) is available via a wiki located at https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/bp/StartPage.

Security

Call to order: Monday July 9, 2018 at 2.00 PM. The Security Task Group met:

  • Monday July 9, 2018 (PM)
  • Tuesday July 10, 2018
  • Wednesday July 11, 2018

The Security TG Chair, Mick Seaman, presided and wrote the minutes. Security TG participants also participated in the JTC1 SC, see the separate minutes for that meeting.

At the beginning of the meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday, Mick Seaman presented the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings (https://development.standards.ieee.org/myproject/Public/mytools/mob/slideset.pdf) and the IEEE 802 Participation slide (https://mentor.ieee.org/802-ec/dcn/17/ec-17-0093-05-0PNP-ieee-

802-participation-slide-ppt.ppt) (these two sets of slides were shown by the 802.1 acting Chair in the opening plenary meeting on Monday). Mick Seaman made the “Call for Potentially Essential Patents” on each of these occasions. There were no responses to the calls prior to the end of the week’s meetings.

Participants:

  • Amelia Andersdotter, Article 19 [Tuesday]
  • Mike Boyle, NSA [Monday pm, Tuesday]
  • Eric Gray, Ericsson [Monday PM, Tuesday, Wednesday AM]
  • Dan Harkins, Hewlett Packard Enterprise [Tuesday]
  • Jerome Henry [Tuesday, Wednesday AM]
  • Marc Holness [Monday PM]
  • James McIntosh [Monday PM, Tuesday, Wednesday AM]
  • Karen Randall [Tuesday]
  • Mick Seaman, Mick Seaman [Monday PM, Tuesday, Wednesday AM]
  • Brian Weis, Cisco [Monday PM, Tuesday]
  • Juan Carlos Zuniga, SigFox [Tuesday]

The draft agenda posted on the 802.1 website at https://1.ieee802.org/security/security-task- group-agenda/ was reviewed by the TG chair during the 802.1 opening plenary meeting on Monday morning, there were no changes at that time and this agenda was approved as follows:

1. P802.1Xck Port-Based Network Access Control – YANG Data model

Request conditional permission to go to RevCom (Sponsor Ballot passed, one more recirculation required)

2. P802.1AE-Rev MAC Security (roll-up and maintenance revision) Request permission to go to RevCom (Sponsor Ballot complete)

3. P802E Privacy (Recommended Practice … for IEEE 802 …) Discussion

Presentations tba

4. JTC1 SC6 SC participation

5. A.O.B.

6. Future meetings/teleconferences

Minutes of the discussions of these agenda items follow.

1. P802.1Xck (Port-Based Network Access Control – YANG Data Model)

The progress of P802.1Xck was discussed during the Monday PM TG meeting. The Sponsor Ballot of P802.1Xck/D2.1 had passed with 100% Approval. Two comments had been received as part of (late) mandatory editorial coordination, resulting in one change to the draft – the addition of ‘[B26]’ after a reference to item that was in the Bibliography as opposed to in the References clause. A further draft P802.1Xck/D2.2 had already been prepared by Marc Holness, P802.1Xck editor, with this change and was reviewed by the task group.

Agreed to Sponsor Ballot recirculation with this change and agreed to seek permission for conditional forwarding to RevCom. An appropriate motion was approved during the closing plenary meeting of 802.1 and approved by the EC.

[Post-meeting note: No comments were received on the recirculation ballot of D2.2 so no disposition of comments was prepared for this draft. The draft was submitted to RevCom and approved by the Standards Board on September 27, 2018.]

2. P802.1AE-Rev MAC Security (roll-up and maintenance revision)

The progress of P802.1AE-Rev was discussed during the Monday PM TG meeting. No comments were received on the Sponsor Recirculation ballot of P802.1AE-Rev/D1.3. Details of the final ballot totals and the comments associated with the one remaining Disapprove are recorded in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/ae-rev-drafts/d1/802-1AE-rev-d1-3-dis.pdf.

Agreed to seek permission for forwarding to RevCom. An appropriate motion was approved during the closing plenary meeting of 802.1 and by the EC.

[Post-meeting note: D1.3 was approved by the Standards Board on September 27, 2018.]

3. P802E Privacy (Recommended Practice for Privacy Considerations for IEEE 802

Technologies)

P802E was discussed during the Tuesday AM, Tuesday PM, and Wednesday AM meetings. As agreed during the March 2018 meeting, teleconferences had been held June 28, 2018 and July 12, 2018 to prepare for this meeting and the editor had prepared interim drafts D0.9 (for the June teleconference) and D1.0 (prior to the July teleconference) and had presented them (following the usual presentation of the patent policy and the call for patents by the chair) during those calls. The input text to this meeting was P802E/D1.0.

The draft was discussed, and Jerome Henry, P802E editor, took notes to assist in the preparation of D1.1. In the Tuesday PM session Amelia Andersdotter, Dan Harkins, and Juan- Carlos Zuniga presented Revisions to Clause 6 following comments in San Diego IEEE 802

Plenary meeting http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/e-andersdotter- privecsg18001003-0718-v03.pdf (also posted on the Mentor 802 Privecsg site.

Agreed that the P802E editor would prepare a further D1.1 taking into account the presentation and the discussion during the meeting and this would be the subject of a task group ballot, to be held open at least during the upcoming 802.1 interim meeting in Oslo, Norway so other 802.1 members could be encouraged to respond to the ballot.

The Wednesday AM meeting briefly discussed editorial details of the draft preparation.

4. JTC1 participation

(Minuted separately by the JTC1 Standing Committee secretary.)

5. A.O.B.

5.1 IEEE Std 802.1AR-2018 pre-publication editing

Discussed during the Monday PM session. In the pre-publication editing of the approved P802.1AR-rev/D2.6 it had been noticed that the IEEE address in the MIB was not the latest, despite having been updated as a result of Sponsor Ballot comment. The MIB has therefore been updated, though there is no technical change to the content.

[Post-meeting note: IEEE Std 802.1AR-2018 was approved by the IEEE Standards Board 25

June, 2018 and published August 2, 2018. The pre-publication work of the IEEE Editor for this document, Catherine Berger, is much appreciated.]

5.2 P802.1X-Rev WG ballot

Discussed during the Monday PM session. The P802.1X Revision PAR had been approved by

NesCom on June 14, 2018. Agreed to prepare a motion for 802.1 to authorize a WG ballot.

[Post-meeting note: A first draft, P802.1X-Rev/D0.1, is now available, incorporating the final draft of P802.1Xck. The WG ballot will occur once P802.1Xck pre-publication editing is complete and any changes incorporated in the rolled up P802.1X-Rev.]

6. Future meeting/teleconference planning

Agreed that the Security TG would not meet during the September 2018 IEEE 802.1 interim meeting in Oslo, Norway, but would meet during the November 2018 IEEE 802 plenary meeting in Bangkok, Thailand. P802E discussion would be scheduled to start on Tuesday in that meeting. A teleconference would be scheduled to begin consideration of the P802E task group ballot after the ballot had closed, and a further teleconference would be scheduled shortly before the Bangkok meeting to prepare for that meeting.

The usual motion for teleconferences was approved by the closing plenary meeting of 802.1.

Time-Sensitive Networking

The Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) Task Group Chair, János Farkas presided. Craig

Gunther wrote the minutes.

At the beginning of the meetings on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, János Farkas presented the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings https://development.standards.ieee.org/myproject/Public/mytools/mob/slideset.pdf, and made the Call for Potentially Essential Patents. There were no responses to the calls prior to the end of the week’s session.

Monday 09 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by János Farkas) to 10:00 AM

János Farkas presented the participation slide https://mentor.ieee.org/802-ec/dcn/17/ec-17-

0093-05-0PNP-ieee-802-participation-slide-ppt.ppt, and the agenda for the TSN Task Group meeting week http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/admin-TSN-agenda-0718- v07.pdf.

Disposition: The agenda was reviewed and approved.

Norman Finn, P802.1CS editor, led the resolution of comments received on http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cs-drafts/d1/802-1CS-d1-5.pdf.

Disposition: Ballot disposition recorded in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cs- drafts/d1/802-1CS-d1-5-dis-v1.pdf.

János Farkas reviewed drafts of the TSN Motions on pages 41-102 of http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/minutes/2018-07-closing-plenary-slides.pdf. Disposition: Continued in a later session.

1:30 PM to 6:00 PM

János Farkas presented:

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-SG15-LS123-CFM-Data-Models-0718.pdf

  • Reply to Liaison IEEE P802.1CM TSN for Fronthaul (replying to IEEE 802.1- oLS42/SG15-TD246/WP3)

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-SG15-LS125-TSN-fronthaul-0718.pdf

  • Reply to liaison letter from IEEE 802.1

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2017/liaison-3GPP-RAN3-173354-0917.zip

Disposition: Incoming liaison letters reviewed, response needed.

Tero Mustala presented eCPRI Update for TSN http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cm-mustala-eCPRI-update-0718.pdf Disposition: For information

János Farkas presented P802.1CM Editor’s Report http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cm-farkas-editor-report-0518-v01.pdf Disposition: Update on completed project.

János Farkas continued reviewing drafts of the TSN Motions on pages 41-102 of http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/minutes/2018-07-closing-plenary-slides.pdf. Disposition: Review of motions for Closing Plenary.

János Farkas presented IEEE Publishes IEEE 802.1CMTM-2018 Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cm-draft-press-release-0718-v01.pdf. Disposition: Review of press release.

Paul Bottorff, P802.1Qcy editor, led the resolution of comments received on http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cy-drafts/d2/802-1qcy-d2-3.pdf.

Disposition: Ballot comment resolution recorded in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cy- drafts/d2/802-1Qcy-d2-3-dis-v1.pdf.

Johannes Specht, P802.1Qcr editor, led the resolution of comments received on http://ieee802.org/1/files/private/cr-drafts/d0/802-1Qcr-D0-5.pdf.

Disposition: Continued in a later session.

Tuesday 10 July 2018

9:00 AM (call to order by János Farkas) to 6:00 PM, with a 1-hour lunch break

Johannes Specht, P802.1Qcr editor, continued the resolution of comments received on http://ieee802.org/1/files/private/cr-drafts/d0/802-1Qcr-D0-5.pdf and presented P802.1Qcr-D0.4

– Restructuring Contents of PSFP and ATS http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cr- specht-d04-0518-v03.pdf from a previous meeting.

Disposition: Ballot comment resolution recorded in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cr- drafts/d0/802-1Qcr-d0-5-pdis-v00.pdf, updated post-meeting as http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cr-drafts/d0/802-1Qcr-d0-5-dis-v00.pdf.

Paul Congdon presented IEEE P802.1Qcz Congestion Isolation; Update for San Diego Plenary

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cz-congdon-ci-update-0718-v1.pdf.

Disposition: Update on proposed new project.

Jesús Escudero-Sahuquillo presented P802.1Qcz interworking with other data center technologies http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cz-escudero-sahuquillo-ci- internetworking-0718-v1.pdf.

Disposition: Related to proposed project; more discussion needed

Michael Potts, Jens Bierschenk and Don Pannell presented Ethernet TSN and Security IEEE

802.1 Automotive Specification Profiles http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new- autoprof-mpotts-tsn-automotive-profile-0718-v1.pdf.

Disposition: Proposed new project; more discussion needed.

Tongtong Wang presented TSN Profile for Network Slicing

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-tsn-wangtt-TSN-profile-for-network-slicing-

0718.pdf.

Disposition: Proposed new project; more discussion needed.

Marc Holness, P802.1Qcx editor, presented IEEE 802.1Qcx (CFM) Data Model Update http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cx-mholness-YANG-Model-0718-v01.pdf. Disposition: Editor’s update on ongoing project.

Marina Gutiérrez, P802.1Qcw editor, presented IEEE P802.1 Qcw/D0.0 YANG Data Models for TSN: Status Report http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cw-gutierrez-status-0718- v02.pdf.

Disposition: Editor’s update on ongoing project.

Joint meeting with 802.24: 5:33 PM (call to order by János Farkas) to 5:45 PM

The TSN TG Chair, János Farkas, and Tim Godfrey, 802.24 Chair, presided this joint meeting. Craig Gunther wrote the minutes.

Tim Godfrey presented Utility Applications of Time Sensitive Networking White Paper https://mentor.ieee.org/802.24/dcn/17/24-17-0006-13-sgtg-tsn-utility-applications-white- paper.docx.

Disposition: Editor’s update on ongoing project. The TSN TG Chair recommended that an email be sent to the 802.1 reflector announcing the updated document when it is completed, and showed http://1.ieee802.org/tsn/application-of-tsn as a potential venue to promote this work.

Wednesday 11 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by János Farkas) to 10:00 AM

Minutes of this session, a joint session of the TSN TG and IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project, are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/60802/2018-07-60802-meeting-v1.pdf.

10:30 AM (call to order by János Farkas) to 12:30 PM.

Johannes Specht, P802.1Qcr editor, led the resolution of comments on the draft modifications to the P802.1Qcr Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks-Bridges and Bridged Networks Asynchronous Traffic Shaping PAR in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cr-PAR-modification-draft-0518-v01.pdf. Disposition: PAR update.

0718-v01.pdf

Paul Congdon presented P802.1Qcz Congestion Isolation: Resolution of Comments on Project Authorization Request (PAR) and Criteria for Standards Development (CSD) http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cz-PAR-CSD-comments-0718-v2.pdf in order to resolve comments received on the proposed PAR http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cz-congdon-ci-update-0518-v1.pdf and CSD http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cz-draft-CSD-0518-v01.pdf.

Disposition: PAR and CSD updates.

Feng Chen led the resolution of comments (http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/dd- PAR-CSD-comments-0718-v01.pdf) received on the proposed P802.1Qdd Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks-Bridges and Bridged Networks Resource Allocation Protocol PAR http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-chen-RAP-PAR-0518-v04.pdf and CSD http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-chen-resource-allocation-protocol- CSD-0518-v02.pdf.

Disposition: PAR and CSD updates.

Scott Mansfield presented Liaison to MEF Forum http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-MEF-CFM-YANG-0718-v01.pdf, and the response to LS/r on CFM Information/Data Models (reply to IEEE 802.1 – LS41) http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-SG15-LS123-CFM-Data-Models-

0718.pdf contained in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-response-ITU-T- SG15-LS123-CFM-Data-Models-0718-v01.pdf.

Disposition: Liaisons and response reviewed.

Tongtong Wang presented an updated TSN Profile for Service Provider Networks (previously titled TSN Profile for Network Slicing) http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-tsn- wangtt-TSN-profile-for-service-provider-network-0718.pdf.

Disposition: Proposed new project; more discussion needed.

2:00 PM (call to order by Ludwig Winkel) to 6:00 PM

Minutes of this session, a joint session of the TSN TG and IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project, are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/60802/2018-07-60802-meeting-v1.pdf.

Thursday 12 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by János Farkas) to 12:30 PM

Stephen Haddock, P802.1AX-Rev editor, led the resolution of comments received on http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/ax-rev-drafts/d0/802-1AX-Rev2-d0-3.pdf, using as support:

Disposition: Proposed ballot comment resolution recorded in http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/ax-rev-drafts/d0/802-1AX-Rev-d0-3-pdis-v01.pdf.

IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project

The IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project meeting minutes are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/60802/2018-07-60802- meeting-v1.pdf.

NEND ICA

The NEND ICA meeting minutes are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0080-00-ICne.docx.

YANGsters

The YANGsters meeting minutes are incorporated into these minutes by reference and are available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/yangsters-smansfield-sandiego- minutes-0718-v01.pdf.

802.1-802.15 joint meeting

Call to order: 10 July 2018 6:30 PM

The acting 802.1 Chair and the 802.15 Vice-Chair presided.

The acting 802.1 Chair and the 802.1 Recording Secretary, Jessy Rouyer, wrote the minutes. The acting 802.1 Chair presented the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings (https://development.standards.ieee.org/myproject/Public/mytools/mob/slideset.pdf) and the IEEE 802 Participation slide (https://mentor.ieee.org/802-ec/dcn/17/ec-17-0093-05-0PNP- ieee-802-participation-slide-ppt.ppt), and made the Call for Potentially Essential Patents. There were no responses to the calls prior to the end of the session.

802.1 and select 802.15 participants:

Last Name First Name Affiliation

Canchi Radhakrishna Kyocera International Inc.
Chang Xin Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Chen Feng Siemens AG
Congdon Paul Tallac Networks; Huawei
Farkas Janos Ericsson
Finn Norman Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Holness Marc Ciena Corporation
Horner Rita Symopsys, Inc.
Ito Yoshihiro Nagoya Institute of Technology
Kabra Lokesh Synopsys, Inc.
McIntosh James Microsemi Corporation
McMillan Larry Western Digital Corporation
Myers Roy INDEPENDENT
Ohsawa Tomoki NICT
Randall Karen INDEPENDENT
Reilly Denis Spectracom (Orolia USA)
Riegel Maximilian Nokia Networks
Rouyer Jessy Nokia
Seewald Maik Cisco Systems, Inc.
Wang Hao Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Weis Brian Cisco Systems, Inc.
Yamaura Takahiro Toshiba
YU XIANG Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Zein Nader NEC Europe (NLE)

The agenda was agreed as follows:

  • Updates on 802.1 and 802.15
  • Status of P802.1ACct
  • Discussion of Mapping 48bit MAC Address into EUI64s

Pat Kinney provided a brief oral update of 802.15 areas of potential mutual interest, noting 802.15.3 asked for IEC/ISO/IEEE fast track. Discussed in particular were:

  • TG4x Field Area Networks Extensions for smart energy networks.
  • TG4y security extensions to 802.15.4 and possible interaction with RAC members.

The 802.1ACct PAR is approved but an editor’s draft is not yet available.

Pat Kinney reported on an exchange regarding Mapping 48bit MAC Address into EUI64s and RFC 4291 to support discussion of the generic aspects of this exchange.

• Pat Kinney will follow up on the RFC being erroneous with IEEE 802 / IETF coordination.

  • Bob Grow will follow up on the observation that there is no mapping of 48- to 64-bit addresses that won’t produce duplicates by documenting why the mapping doesn’t work.
  • Pat Kinney and Bob Heile will follow up on use cases for the mapping.

There was no other business to discuss and the joint meeting was adjourned at 6:32 PM.

Closing Plenary Meeting

Call to order: 12 July 2018, 1:45 PM.

The acting 802.1 Chair, John Messenger, presided.

The 802.1 Recording Secretary, Jessy Rouyer, wrote the minutes.

The acting Chair presented the 802.1 Closing Plenary slides available at http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/minutes/2018-07-closing-plenary-slides.pdf. During this presentation, the Chair:

  • Introduced the agenda on slide 2, which was approved.
  • Showed slides 3 through 7 (reproducing slides 0 through 4 of the IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings, separately available at http://standards.ieee.org/about/sasb/patcom/materials.html):
    • The acting Chair:
      • Presented information on these slides including:
        • Instructions for the WG Chair (and TG Chairs);
        • Participants’ duty to inform the IEEE;
        • Ways to inform IEEE;
        • Other guidelines for IEEE WG meetings; and
        • Patent-related information.
      • Made the “Call for Potentially Essential Patents” thereby providing an opportunity for participants to identify patent claim(s)/patent application claim(s) and/or the holder of patent claim(s)/patent application claim(s) of which the participant is personally aware and that may be essential for the use of that standard.
        • There were no responses to the call.
  • Reviewed general administrative information including:
    • Meeting “Decorum” or rules, including the policies on public reporting, and on photography or recording (slide 8);
      • The acting Chair called for any members of the press (i.e., anyone reporting publicly on this meeting) to announce their presence.
        • There were no responses to the call.
  • Showed the list of 802.1 Officers (slide 9), which remained unchanged from the opening plenary meeting, except for the role of IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project secretary handed over from Jordon Woods to Josef Dorr
    • Called for a volunteer or volunteers to take over maintenance of the Email exploder and of the active ballot page.
  • Reviewed the list of 802.1 voters (slide 15), including information about individuals who have lost (slide 16), may gain (slides 182 and 19), may lose (slide 20) 802.1 voting membership. The Chair reminded individual participants of their obligations and of 802.11 reciprocal credit, which was continued at this meeting (slide 21).
  • Reviewed the list of 802.1 voters (slide 10), including information about individuals who gained (slide 11), may gain (slide 12), may lose (slide 13) 802.1 voting membership, and about individuals who have requested to move to observer status (slide 14). The acting Chair reminded individual participants of their obligations and of 802.11 reciprocal credit, which was continued at this meeting (slide 15).
  • Provided an update on the 802.1 website at http://1.ieee802.org (slide 16).
  • Reviewed the schedule for future 802.1 interim meetings (slide 15), which remained unchanged from the opening plenary meeting, except for the addition of information on the July 24-26, 2018 (IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project interim only) in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    • John d’Ambrosia presented Offer to host IEEE 802.1/802.3 Joint Interim Session

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/admin-dambrosia-EAOfferMay2020-0718-v01.pdf.

  • Conducted a straw poll about this plenary meeting (slide 18):
    • Do you like this venue?
      • Yes: 54 No: 0
    • Did you like the social?
      • Yes: 33 No: 18
    • Did you go to the social?
      • Yes: 51 No: 12
  • Reviewed the schedule for future 802.1 plenary meetings (slide 19), which remained unchanged from the opening plenary except for the addition of the dates for the following plenary meetings:
    • March 15-20, 2020 in Atlanta, GA, USA
    • July 12-17, 2020 in Montreal, QC, Canada
    • November 8-13, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand
  • Reviewed the WG’s current work load (slide 20).

2 Slide 18 starts on page 17 of 2018-07-opening-plenary-slides.pdf.

  • Showed the 802.1 plenary schedule/agenda for this meeting (slide 21).
  • Introduced information about the reports on 802 Standing Committees and on the 802 TF (slide 22):
    • The acting Chair reported on the IETF SC that did not meet.
    • The acting Chair reported on the JTC1 SC.
    • The acting Chair reported on the ITU SC that did not meet.
  • Reported on the following 802 TF topics: myProject status (slide 23) and IEEE Open Source offering (slide 24).
  • Requested the 802.1 TG Chairs to provide reports on the activities of their TGs (slide 25; see individual TG minutes above for details):
    • Mick Seaman presented Security TG progress (slides 26-27).
    • János Farkas presented TSN TG progress (slide 28).
    • Ludwig Winkel gave an oral update of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project (slide 28).
    • Maximilian Riegel presented OmniRAN TG progress (slides 29-31).
    • Paul Congdon presented Maintenance TG progress (slides 32-34).
    • Scott Mansfield presented YANGsters progress (slide 35).
    • Roger Marks presented NEND Industry Connection Activity (NEND ICA or Nendica) progress (slide 36)
  • Asked for brief presentations of:
    • Draft outgoing liaisons yet to be approved (slides 37 and 39), some of which were in response to incoming liaisons (slide 38).
      • János Farkas presented the draft liaison to 3GPP RAN3 on P802.1CM TSN for Fronthaul
      • János Farkas presented the draft liaison to MEF Forum on MEF CFM YANG
      • János Farkas presented the draft liaison to OPC Foundation on IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project
      • János Farkas presented the draft liaison response to ITU-T SG15 on CFM Data Models (re: LS123)
    • External communications (slide 40).
      • János Farkas presented the draft press release on 802.1CM-2018 publication.
      • János Farkas presented the draft eBlast on IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project – TSN Industrial Profile

• Conducted votes on the following motions (slides 41-102) that all passed.

    • PARS TO NESCOM
    • DRAFTS TO SPONSOR BALLOT
    • DRAFTS TO REVCOM
      • Approve sending P802.1AE-Rev D1.3 to RevCom
        • This maintenance PAR has no CSD.
        • P802.1AE-Rev D1.3 had 98% approval at the end of the last sponsor recirculation ballot
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 39, 0, 0
        • Proposed: Weis Second: McIntosh
      • Conditionally approve sending P802.1Xck D2.2 to RevCom
        • Approve CSD documentation in https://mentor.ieee.org/802-ec/dcn/15/ec-15-0070-00-ACSD-802-1xck.docx
        • In the WG Proposed: Seaman Second: Weis
        • Forwarding draft to RevCom (y/n/a): 39, 0, 1
        • CSD (y/n/a): 38, 0, 1
      • Approve sending P802.1AC-2016-Cor-1/D2.0 to RevCom
        • No CSD for this maintenance PAR
        • P802.1AC-2016-Cor-1/D2.0 had 100% approval at the end of the last sponsor recirculation ballot.
        • In the WG, mover: Congdon Second: Rouyer
        • Forwarding draft to RevCom (y/n/a): 39, 0, 0
        • CSD (y/n/a): , ,
      • Conditionally approve sending P802.1Qcy D2.5 to RevCom
    • LIAISONS
    • JTC1 SC6 PSDO ITEMS
      • Approve liaison of the following draft(s) to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 for information under the PSDO agreement
          • P802.1AS-Rev
        • Proposed: Congdon Second: Rouyer
        • For_38_Against_0 Abstain_0_
      • Approve submission of the following project(s) to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 for adoption under the PSDO agreement, once approved and published:
          • 802.1CM-2018 (*)
          • 802.1Q-2018 (*)
          • 802.1Qcc-2018 (**)
          • 802.1Qcp-2018 (**)
          • 802.1AR-2018 (**)
          • 802.1AC-2016/Cor-1 (***)
          • 802.1Qcy-2018
          • 802.1Xck-2018
          • 802.1AE-2018
        • Proposed: Congdon Second: Rouyer
        • For_38_Against_0 Abstain_0_
        • Note: *published; **approved; ***under corrigendum process
    • EC regular motions
    • WG motions
      • 802.1 approves the March 2018 (Plenary) and May 2018 (Interim) minutes:
      • 802.1 resolves to hold an interim meeting in May 2020, hosted by the Ethernet Alliance in North America.
        • Proposed: N Finn Second: Congdon
        • For: _33 Against: _0 Abstain: _3_
      • Authorize the editor of P802.1X-Rev “Port-Based Network Access Control”, Mick Seaman, to generate drafts for and conduct Working Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Weis Second: McIntosh
        • For: 40 Against: 0 Abstain: 0
      • Authorize the Security Task Group to hold teleconferences to progress P802.1Xck, P802E, P802.1X-Rev and task group matters arising:
        • Dates/times to be announced subject to notice of at least 10 days to the 802.1 email exploder
        • Proposed: Seaman Second: McIntosh
        • Approved by acclamation
      • Authorize Maintenance TG to hold teleconferences on 4th September and 6th November 2018 at 11am ET if necessary. Access information will be posted to the 802.1 reflector in advance.
        • Proposed: Congdon Second: Rouyer
        • Approved by acclamation
      • Authorize monthly calls for the YANGsters group, convening on the last Wednesday of every month from 9AM (US-Eastern) to 10AM (US-Eastern), start 25 July 2018 end 31 October 2018
        • Access information to be announced to the 802.1 email list in advance
        • Proposed: Kehrer Second: Rouyer
        • Approved by acclamation
      • Approve OmniRAN TG conference calls:
        • Between the July 2018 plenary and the November 2018 plenary with at least 10 days prior notice to the 802.1 mailing list.
        • Agenda and call-in details will be announced at least 10 days prior on the 802.1 mailing list and be made available on http://1.ieee802.org/omniran/
        • Moved: Max Riegel, Second: Hao Wang
        • Approved by acclamation
      • 802.1 authorizes Johannes Specht, the Editor of P802.1Qcr Asynchronous Traffic Shaping to prepare drafts for and conduct Working Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Johannes Specht
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 33, 0, 1
      • 802.1 authorizes Norman Finn, the Editor of P802.1CS Link-local Registration Protocol to prepare drafts for and conduct Working Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Norman Finn
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 32, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes Jordon Woods, the Editor of IEC/IEEE 60802 Time-Sensitive Networking Profile for Industrial Automation to prepare drafts for and conduct Task Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Jessy Rouyer
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 35, 0, 0
      • After thanking Jordon Woods for his service as IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project Secretary, the acting Chair:
        • Announced the appointment, effective immediately, of Josef Dorr as IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project Secretary; and
        • Thanked Mark Hantel for volunteering:
          • To maintain the 802.1 email exploder; and
          • As Webmaster for the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project.
      • 802.1 authorizes Stephan Kehrer, the Editor of P802.1CBcv Frame Replication and Elimination for Reliability Amendment: YANG Data Model and Management Information Base Module to prepare drafts for and conduct Task Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Jessy Rouyer
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 40, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes Norman Finn, the Editor of P802.1DC Quality of Service Provision by Network Systems to prepare drafts for and conduct Task Group balloting.
        • Proposed: Jessy Rouyer
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 36, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes the September 2018 Interim to generate PAR and CSD for pre- circulation to the EC for an amendment to IEEE 802.1CM to take advantage of new synchronization, syntonization and fronthaul interface developments.
        • Proposed: János Farkas
        • Second: Jessy Rouyer
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 36, 0, 1
      • 802.1 authorizes the September 2018 Interim to generate PAR and CSD for a standard specifying profiles for automotive networks.
        • Proposed: Michael Potts
        • Second: Donald Pannell
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 35, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes the September 2018 Interim to generate PAR and CSD for a standard specifying TSN profiles for service provider networks.
        • Proposed: Tongtong Wang
        • Second: Johannes Specht
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 32, 0, 3
      • Approve holding a workshop with IETF on data center networking on November 10, 2018 in Bangkok.
        • Proposed: Paul Congdon
        • Second: János Farkas
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 37, 0, 0
      • Approve holding a TSN Task Group workshop with the IETF DetNet Working Group on November 11, 2018 in Bangkok.
        • Proposed: János Farkas
        • Second: Jessy Rouyer
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 37, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes the TSN Task Group to hold pre-meeting(s) on the Monday morning of the November 2018 Plenary session, e.g., for the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project
        • Proposed: János Farkas
        • Second: Jessy Rouyer
        • In the WG (y/n/a): 40, 0, 0
      • 802.1 authorizes the TSN Task Group to hold teleconferences weekly on Mondays from 8AM (US-Pacific) to 10AM (US-Pacific).
        • Access information is posted on the http://www.ieee802.org/1/tsn page and will be updated as necessary.
        • Agenda will be announced on the 802.1 email reflector at least by the Friday before the call
        • Proposed: János Farkas
        • Second: Jessy Rouyer
        • Approved by acclamation
      • 802.1 authorizes the TSN Task Group to hold bi-weekly teleconferences together with IEC 65C/MT9 to progress the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project on Mondays from 6AM (US- Pacific) to 8AM (US-Pacific), starting with August 27, 2018.
        • Access information is posted on the http://www.ieee802.org/1/tsn page and will be updated as necessary.
        • Agenda will be announced on the 802.1 email reflector at least by the Friday before the call.
        • Proposed: János Farkas
        • Second: Jessy Rouyer
        • Approved by acclamation

Craig Gunther gave an overview of a new 802.1 webpage dedicated to protocol simulations:

https://1.ieee802.org/protocol-simulations/ .

There was no other business to discuss and the closing plenary meeting was adjourned at 6:13 PM.

Next meeting

10-14 September 2018, Oslo, Norway

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IEEE 802.1 Maintenance

Meeting

July 10th, 2018

8:00am-9:30am – Minutes v1 (Paul Congdon)

Attendees: Paul Congdon, John Messenger, Brian Weis, Christian Boiger, Craig Gunther, Don Pannell, Eric Gray, Feng Chen, Geoffrey Garner, Graeme Wood, Hajime Koto, James McIntosh, Janos Farkas, Jens Bierschenk, Jessy Rouyer, Karen Randall, Lars Ellegaard, Ludwig Winkel, Marc Holness, Marina Gutierrez, Mark Gravel, Mick Seaman, Michael Potts, Nader Zein, Norman Finn, Paul Bottorff, Rodney Cummings, Roy Myers, Stephan Kehrer, Takahiro Yamaura, Tomoki Ohsawa, Tongtong Wang, Vincent Chou, Wenhao Sun, Xiang Yu, Yoshihiro Ito

The interim chair, Paul Congdon, introduced the agenda, showed the patent policy slides and made the call for patents. There were no responses.

  1. Paul presented the list of current vehicles (drafts) used for implementing maintenance items, and the current numerical status of maintenance items in the database. Details in the Maintenance Session Slides.
  2. The new maintenance items were discussed and progressed:
    1. 0206: EAPOL address use alignment with 802.1AE, 802.1Q
    2. 0207: MACsec Controlled Port use by PAE (nit)
    3. 0208: Port Identifier alignment with 802.1AE
    4. 0209: SCI definition alignment
  3. Existing maintenance items were reviewed and updated.
    1. Action to contact Mark Hamilton on 0177 to understand if liaison has been sent
    2. We agreed to make the same changes to 802.1CM that were made to 802.1AS-Rev regarding 0205.
  4. The maintenance proposed motions were reviewed and updated.
  5. John provided an editor’s report on 802.1AC-Cor1 (http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/accor1-messenger-editor-report-0718-v01.pdf). A motion to progress to RevCom is in place.
  6. 802.1Q-2018 has been published and a number of Approved items were closed.
  7. There was no comment resolution required on existing ballots.
  8. Liaisons: none.
  9. There were no proposed comment responses to review regarding ballots in ISO SC6.
  10. We reviewed the status of standards in the PSDO process, prepared by Karen Randall.
  11. See the session slides (http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/maint-congdon-session-0718-v3.pdf) and website (http://www.ieee802.org/1/maint.html) for further details and discussion.

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Minutes of IEEE 802.1 OmniRAN TG July 9th – 12th Meeting
in San Diego, US
Date: July 25th, 2018
Author(s):
Name Affiliation Address Phone email
Hao Wang Fujitsu +86 010 59691521 wangh@cn.fujitsu.com

Abstract

Minutes of the IEEE 802.1 OmniRAN TG meeting at the IEEE 802.1 Plenary Meeting in San Diego, US on July 9-12, 2018

Since the last F2F meeting held in Pittsburgh, OmniRAN TG held two conference calls. The minutes and notes can be found on the mentor. They have been reviewed and accepted by the TG.

Confcall on 5th, June

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0052-00-00TG-june-5th-confcall-minutes.docx

Confcall on 12th, June

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0055-00-00TG-june-12th-confcall-minutes.docx

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Chair: Max Riegel

Recording secretary: Hao Wang

Call to order

Meeting called to order by Max Riegel at 13:35 hrs.

Chair set up the webex meeting to allow remote participation for P802.1CF editor.
https://nokiameetings.webex.com/nokiameetings/j.php?MTID=mb8b5a4d6bb202acf149a7bfddebeb39e

Meeting was guided by the slides uploaded and maintained by the chair:
https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0042-01-00TG-may-2018-f2f-meeting-slides.pptx

Minutes

Hao Wang volunteered to take notes.

Attendance

IEEE 802.1 meeting IMAT page was used for recording of attendance

Participants

Name Affiliation
Max Riegel Nokia Bell Labs
Hao Wang Fujitsu
Tomoki Ohsawa NICT
Hajime Koto NICT
Yoshihisa Kondo ATR
Nader Zein NEC
Roger Marks EthAirNet Assoc.
Antonio de la Oliva UC3M/Interdigital
Kenichi Maruhashi NEC
Satoko Itaya NICT
Walter Pienciak Adv. Cog. Arch.-remote
Stephen Mccann Blackberry
Paul Congdon Huawei

IEEE WG Guidelines

The chair presented the mandatory IEEE SA guideline slides and asked for anybody willing to make an IPR announcement.

No IPR declarations were brought up.

Agenda approval

Agenda as proposed in the chair’s meeting slides was presented and discussed.

Review of minutes

Reports

IC NEND related contributions review

Comment resolution P802.1CF-D2.1

P802.1CF related motions to EC

Contributions to P802.1CQ

Plan for initial scope of P802.1CQ and going forward

Discussions about potential future work in OmniRAN

Conference calls until Sept 2018 F2F

Status report to IEEE 802 WGs

Next meeting

AOB

Agenda approved without further comments.

Schedule of the topics during the week

Chair discussed availabilities of the contributors and preferences to discuss the various topics.

Group agreed to arrange the discussion topics according to the following plan over the week:

Monday PM 1&2

Review of minutes

Reports

IC NEND related contributions review

Comment resolution P802.1CF-D2.1

P802.1CF related motions to EC

Tuesday PM1

Contributions to P802.1CQ

Plan for initial scope of P802.1CQ and going forward

Wednesday PM1

Plan for initial scope of P802.1CQ and going forward

Thursday AM2

Discussions about potential future work in OmniRAN

Motions to 802.1 closing plenary

Conference calls until Sept 2018 F2F

Status report to IEEE 802 WGs

Next meeting

AOB

Review of minutes

Review the minutes of June 12th confcall;

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0055-00-00TG-june-12th-confcall-minutes.docx

Review the minutes of June 5th confcall;

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0052-00-00TG-june-5th-confcall-minutes.docx

Review the minutes of the May F2F:

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0047-01-00TG-may-2018-f2f-meeting-minutes.docx

No comments were raised.

Reports

Chair referenced to the comprehensive reporting in the opening 802.1 plenary

Chair reported the results of the first WG Recirc of P802.1CF, which returns with 100% approval;

IC NEND related contributions review

Kenichi presented the word document contribution.

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0056-00-00ic-enhancements-of-ieee-802-technologies-for-the-future.pdf

The contribution is about two new chapters for the FFIOT Nendica report.

Discussions during the meeting lead to several editorial and technical comments to the document.

Report editor Nader will incorporate changes and update the report for Nendica session.

Comment resolution P802.1CF-D2.1

Webex meeting was set up for enabling the editor Walter Pienciak to participate in the comments resolution.

Result of comment resolution P802.1CF/D2.0 is summarized in document:

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0045-06-CF00-d2-0-wg-ballot-disposition-table.xlsx

Chair showed up the modifications leading to D2.1 and informed the group that the DISAPPROVE vote on D2.0 has been turned into APPROVE leading to 100% approval and no unresolved comment from the previous comment resolution.

Received comments P802.1CF/D2.1 is collected in document:

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0057-00-CF00-d2-1-wg-ballot-recirc-disposition-table.xlsx

The group discussed and resolved the submitted comments. The outcome of the comment resolution is captured in https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0057-01-CF00-d2-1-wg-ballot-recirc-disposition-table.xlsx.

After the meeting the chair generated the official disposition documentation through the Java database. The final disposition is available by http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/cf-drafts/d2/802-1cf-d2-1-dis.pdf

P802.1CF related motions to EC

Chair explained motions to EC for extension of P802.1CF PAR and for going to sponsor ballot. However, introduction of any changes to the text of the draft specification may cause concerns in the EC. Chair offered to clarify with the IEEE 802 editor and the acting 802.1 chair, whether a recirculation is really required. Even with recirculation the 30days initial sponsor ballot could start beginning of August leading to the possibility to perform comment resolution in the upcoming Oslo interim meeting.

BTW: After review of the editorial modifications to the draft through D2.1 comment resolution with acting 802.1 Chair John Messenger, it was decided to run another recirculation and apply for conditional approval of forwarding to sponsor ballot.

The editor offered to provide updated document until Thursday, July 12th, which was highly appreciated by the group. It would allow to start the recirculation with a closing day around July 28th.

Recessed by chair at 18:00

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Reconvened at 13:30

Reminder-call for IPR: Nothing brought up.

P802.1CQ contributions

Antonio guided the group through the contribution, https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0058-00-CQ00-enabling-pad-of-laap-using-ieee-802-11aq.pdf

Antonio presented his proposal for dynamic assignment of MAC address for IEEE 802.11 leveraging the pre-association discovery specification 802.11aq.

The discussing showed that the approach well addresses the requirements and does not require standardization efforts in 802.11.

One requirement of the proposal is to register service name in IANA for address assignment services.

One commenter suggests amending the figure on slide 6 with an additional last step indicating the association with AP afterwards.

Concern was expressed regarding the removal, release, and security issues such as cyphering message over the air (in the state of pre-association).

It is mentioned by a participant that in WFA there is a protocol to cypher the message, provided by a partial trust relationship, but it is not for 802.11 and only for DL;

Roger presented his idea of use of special structured MAC addresses for enhancements to forwarding efficiency, which requires dynamic assignment of MAC addresses according to the location of the station in the bridged network.

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0059-00-CQ00-address-assignment-for-stateless-flow-zone-switching-in-the-data-center.pdf

Discussion in the group indicates the concern on whether or not the structure definition of the address is in the scope of P802.1CQ.

There was agreement that the PAR is quite broad, and more details on objectives can be found in the IEEE 802c specification, as well as in a slideset of Pat Thaler: http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2016/cq-thaler-objectives-1116.pdf
No information was available about the status of the contribution on objectives.

The group agreed to work on a use cases and requirements document to nail down the functionalities required in P802.1CQ.

It is mentioned by a participant that issues on supporting multicast needs to be addressed as well.

Discussion will be continued on Wed PM1

Recessed by chair at 15:30

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Reconvened at 13:40

Reminder-call for IPR: Nothing brought up.

P802.1CQ contributions

The group continued discussions of the use case of 802.1CQ. Antonio took notes on a number of slides presented and openly edited during the discussions.

Discussions were conducted regarding the functional support for mobility, which will in turn affect the address assignment protocol.

Antonio confirmed that he will upload the results of the discussion after the session to mentor:

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0060-00-CQ00-ieee-802-1cq-discussions-in-san-diego.pptx

The next F2F meeting for P802.1CQ with possibility for remote participation from the wireless interim meeting in Waikoloa, HI will be on Thursday AM1 in Sep, Interim.

Antonio will create PAD description for further discussion.

Recessed by chair at 15:30

Thursday, July 12nd, 2018

Reconvened at 10:30

Reminder-call for IPR: Nothing brought up.

Discussions about potential future work in OmniRAN

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0061-00-00ic-potential-future-work-in-omniran.pdf

Satoko provided introduction into thoughts for further work in OmniRAN

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0062-01-00ic-supplemental-for-ffiot-enhancement.pdf

Kenichi explained the problem space for potential consideration

Discussion led to multiple hints to enhance presentation of the problem

An update of the slides was offered for the upcoming F2F meeting in Oslo.

Conference calls until Sep 2018 F2F

1hr Call on July 30th mainly to conclude on forwarding P802.1CF to sponsor ballot

Status report to IEEE 802 WGs

Status report drafted by chair and reviewed by group. Agreed report uploaded to mentor

https://mentor.ieee.org/omniran/dcn/18/omniran-18-0063-00-00TG-jul-2018-report-to-ieee-802-wgs.pptx

Motions to the closing plenary

Chair explained that after review of the editorial modifications due to D2.1 comment resolution with acting 802.1 Chair John Messenger, it was decided to run another recirculation and apply for conditional approval of forwarding to sponsor ballot.

Motions to the EC consent agenda have been drafted for P802.1CF PAR extensions and for conditional approval of P802.1CF putting forward to sponsor ballot. The chair presented and the group agreed with the pre-submitted EC motions text also revalidating the CSD (5C at the time of the P802.1CF PAR approval).

Aside of the 802.1 plenary confirmation motion of the P802.1CF related motions on the EC consent agenda, a motion was prepared to approve OmniRAN conference calls with a prior notice of 10days to the 802.1 mailing list.

The group agreed with forwarding the presented motions to the 802.1 closing plenary.

Next meeting

Conference call on July 30th , 09:30 AM ET

AOB

None

Meeting adjourned by chair at 12:27.

***

Meeting of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project

2018-11-15

INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION (IEC)

TC65: Industrial-process measurement, control and automation

SC65C: Industrial communication networks

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., (IEEE)

IEEE 802: LAN/MAN Standards Committee

IEEE 802.1: Higher Layer LAN Protocols Working Group

IEEE 802.1 TSN: Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group

Meeting: IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project
Meeting was based on the meeting announcement; see IEC collaboration tool http://collaboration.iec.ch/ and http://www.IEEE802.org/1

Date: 2018-07-11 — 2018-07-13

Location: San Diego, CA, USA

IEC MT9 Convenor and IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project chair: Ludwig Winkel

Daily minutes by: Jordon Woods

Minutes compiled by: Ludwig Winkel and Jessy Rouyer

Published minutes: Collaboration tool http://collaboration.iec.ch/, and IEEE 802.1 web site http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/minutes/60802

Ludwig Winkel, IEC MT9 Convenor, and János Farkas, IEEE 802.1 TSN Task Group Chair, presided. Jordon Woods wrote the minutes.

At the beginning of the meetings on each day:

The IEEE-SA PatCom Patent Slides for Standards Development Meetings and the IEEE 802 Participation slide were presented (https://mentor.ieee.org/802-ec/dcn/17/ec-17-0093-05-0PNP-ieee-802-participation-slide-ppt.ppt)

The Call for Potentially Essential Patents was made. There were no responses to the calls prior to the end of the week’s session.

The IEC MT9 Convenor reminded the IEC participants that patent rules similar to those of IEEE-SA apply in IEC, reminded all that patents required for use of the IEC/IEEE 60802 profile shall be announced to IEC and IEEE and made available using the IEC licensing form, and reminded that presentations shall not have copyright marks or confidentiality information. Participation from the IEC side is based on nominations by IEC national committees.

The agenda and the expected results of the day were reviewed and approved. The final agenda is in Annex A.

Draft minutes were reviewed at the end of the meeting.

Attendance:

Last name First name Affiliation Wed AM1 TSN TG Wed AM2 TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Wed PM TSN TG Thu AM TSN TG (Trk A: 60802) Fri AM TSN TG Fri PM TSN TG
Assmann Ralf Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Bao Shenghua HUAWEI
Bierschenk Jens Robert Bosch GmbH
Boiger Christian b-plus GmbH
Bottorff Paul Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Canchi Radhakrishna Kyocera International Inc.
Chang Xin Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Chen David Nokia
Chen Feng Siemens AG
Chou Vincent Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Congdon Paul Tallac Networks; Huawei
Cummings Rodney National Instruments Corporation
DeLaOlivaDelgado Antonio Universidad Carlos III Madrid
Dorr Josef Siemens AG
Elbakoury Hesham Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Ellegaard Lars Microsemi Corporation
Escudero-Sahuquillo Jesus University of Castilla-La Mancha
Fan Xiaojing Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Farkas Janos Ericsson
Finn Norman Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Garner Geoffrey Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Gravel Mark Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Gray Eric Ericsson AB
Gunther Craig Craig Gunther Consulting, LLC
Gutierrez Marina TTTech Computertechnik AG
Haddock Stephen Stephen Haddock Consulting, LLC
Han Ruibo China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC)
Hantel Mark Rockwell Automation
Harima Taro Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Holness Marc Ciena Corporation
Horner Rita Symopsys, Inc.
Hotta Yoshifumi Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Itaya Satoko National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Ito Yoshihiro Nagoya Institute of Technology
Kabra Lokesh Synopsys, Inc.
Kehrer Stephan Hirschmann Automation and Control, Inc.
Kondo Yoshihisa Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR)
KOTO Hajime National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Mangin Christophe Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Mansfield Scott Telefon AB LM Ericsson
Maruhashi Kenichi NEC Corporation
McIntosh James Microsemi Corporation
Mustala Tero Nokia Networks
Myers Roy INDEPENDENT
NOMIZU TAKUMA Hitachi, Ltd.
Ohsawa Tomoki NICT
Osagawa Daisuke Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Pannell Donald NXP Semiconductors
Potts Michael General Motors Company
Prakash Rajat Qualcomm Incorporated
QIU WEI Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Reilly Denis Spectracom (Orolia USA)
Rouyer Jessy Nokia
Sato Atsushi Yokogawa Electric Corporation
Schafman Limor Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
Schewe Frank Phoenix Contact
Seewald Maik Cisco Systems, Inc.
Specht Johannes University of Duisburg-Essen and General Motors Company
Steindl Guenter Siemens AG
Sun Liyang HUAWEI
Tarui Isao Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Tinnakornsrisuphap Peerapol Qualcomm Incorporated
Unbehagen Paul Avaya Inc.
Wamsser Reiner IEC SC65C MT9-Member
wang haifei Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Wang Hao Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Wang Tongtong Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Winkel Ludwig Siemens AG
Wood Graeme British Standards Institution (BSi), Rockwell Corp
Woods Jordon Analog Devices Inc.
Yamaura Takahiro Toshiba
YU XIANG Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Zein Nader NEC Europe (NLE)
Zuponcic Steven Rockwell Automation

Wednesday 11 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by Ludwig Winkel and János Farkas) to 6:00 PM with a 90-minute lunch break

Ludwig Winkel and János Farkas:

  • Welcomed the participants of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project, a joint effort of the:
    • IEC 65C/MT9/PT 60802 (TSN) Project Team, led by Ludwig Winkel; and
    • IEEE 802.1 Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group, led by János Farkas.
  • Provided information about emergency exits, internet access, copyrights and IPR, lunch, attendance log to the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project and whole TSN TG sessions.

Ludwig Winkel noted that the presented documents are also available in the IEC document repository (called Collaboration Tool) at http://collaboration.iec.ch/. The IEC dashboard contains official IEC documents circulated to the national committees: see http://www.IEC.ch.

János Farkas announced a joint IEEE TSN – IETF DetNet workshop immediately preceding the November IEEE 802 plenary meeting in Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop will be on Sunday, November 11, 2018.

Disposition: János Farkas will continue working on the logistics of the meeting and keep the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project informed.

János Farkas presented and the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project reviewed the liaison response to the OPC Foundation http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/liaison-OPCF-liaison-and-drafts-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: It was agreed to have a motion at the 802.1 closing plenary meeting to approve sending the liaison response.

János Farkas presented and the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project reviewed a joint eBlast encouraging participation in the latter: http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-draft-cfp-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: It was agreed to have a motion at the 802.1 closing plenary meeting to approve release of the eBlast.

Josef Dorr presented Use Cases IEC/IEEE 60802 V0.7 http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-industrial-use-cases-0618-v07.pdf

Disposition: Continued in a later session.

Jordon Woods presented Status of Accumulated latency in industrial applications CFI http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-woods-CFI-accumulated-latency-0710-v01.pdf

Disposition: Interested parties were invited to participate in the NEA activity.

Mark Hantel and Steve Zuponcic presented TSN Interdomain Communications http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Hantel-TSN-Interdomain-Communications-0718.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Mark Hantel and Steve Zuponcic presented Isochronous drive synchronization http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-enzinger-use-case-isochronous-drive-synchronization-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Mark Hantel and Steve Zuponcic presented Cycle timing models in industrial applications

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-enzinger-cycle-timing-models-0718-v04.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Atsushi Sato presented Process Automation System Quantities http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-sato-pa-system-quantities-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Josef Dorr led a discussion of additional use cases per Use Cases IEC/IEEE 60802 V0.7 http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-industrial-use-cases-0618-v07.pdf

Disposition: It was agreed Josef Dorr should upload by July 20, 2018 to the IEC and IEEE 802.1 document repositories an update based upon comments and providing new use cases. All should review this before the July 24-26, 2018 interim meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.

Josef Dorr presented Industrial Requirements http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-industrial-requirements-0618-v02.pdf

Disposition: It was agreed Josef Dorr should upload to the IEC and IEEE 802.1 document repositories by July 20, 2018 an update based upon comments and providing new use cases. All should review this before the July 24-26, 2018 interim meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.

Maik Seewald presented the IEC TC57 WG10 effort on IEC 61850-90-13 Deterministic Networking http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Seewald-intro-to-IEC61850-90-13-0718.pdf based on the Liaison with IEC 65C/MT9.

Disposition: Further reports will be given during upcoming meetings. Incoming liaison letter to IEEE 802.1 expected.

Günter Steindl presented Network Configuration & Stream Configuration http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Steindl-Configuration-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Stephan Kehrer presented TSN Configuration Enhancements http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-kehrer-TSN-CNC-NBI-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Josef Dorr presented Deadline Application Model & Stream Class Based Scheduling Model

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Dorr-StreamClassBasedScheduling-0718-v01.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Thursday 12 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by Ludwig Winkel) to 9:20 AM

Mike Potts presented Automotive Specification Profiles http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-autoprof-mpotts-tsn-automotive-profile-0718-v1.pdf

Disposition: It was agreed to have a motion at the 802.1 closing plenary meeting authorizing the Working Group to generate a PAR and CSD for the proposed project. Satisfaction with the work flow of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project and a desire to have a close relationship between the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project and the proposed project (if approved) were expressed.

Günter Steindl presented Stream DA-MAC constraints

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Steindl-DaMacConstraints-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

As additional contributions to the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project were intended to be presented in the common session with the IEEE 802.1 TSN TG on Friday and all other contributions had been presented, the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project went into recess for the day at 9:20 AM.

Friday 13 July 2018

8:00 AM (call to order by Ludwig Winkel) to 1:15 PM

János Farkas provided an overview of IEEE 802.1 TG activities during this plenary meeting http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/admin-TSN-agenda-0718-v07.pdf

Disposition: administrative

Ludwig Winkel and János Farkas led a review of future agreed face-to-face meetings of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project:

  • July 24-26, 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • September 11-13, 2018 in Oslo, Norway as part of the IEEE 802.1 Interim
  • November 12-14, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand as part of the IEEE 802 Plenary (note that an IEEE TSN – IETF DetNet workshop is to be held on November 11, 2018 at the same location)
  • January 15-17, 2019 in Hiroshima, Japan as part ofthe IEEE 802.1 Interim
  • March 13-15, 2019 in Vancouver, BC, Canada as part of the IEEE 802 Plenary

Ludwig Winkel presented Draft Timeline for IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-winkel-schedule-milestones-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Timeline updated per discussion.

Günter Steindl presented Timeliness Use Cases

http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Steindl-TimelinessUseCases-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Günter Steindl presented Timescale reference for planning frame transmission http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Steindl-TimelinessFrameAtTheWire-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Günter Steindl presented Synchronization problems http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/60802-Steindl-Synchronization-0718-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

Don Pannell presented Quality of Service for PLCA http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/new-TSN-pannell-QoS-for-PLCA-0518-v02.pdf

Disposition: Further discussions needed.

The IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project meeting was adjourned at 1:15 PM.

Annex A

Agenda of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project meeting held in San Diego, CA, USA July 11-13, 2018

Rev rev4 Ludwig Winkel (Convenor IEC SC65C/MT9 and chair of IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project);
János Farkas (chair of IEEE 802.1 TSN TG)
Key:   means Joint meeting of the IEC/IEEE 60802 Joint Project and the IEEE 802.1 TSN TG
Wed 11-07-18   [h:min] [min] Topics Responsible Related contributions
Common session 8:00 8:10 10 Welcome and organizational issues (IEEE intro, IEC intro) Ludwig, János IEEE intro 65C dashboard, IEC.ch, CollTool)
Room 8:10 8:20 10 Membership, attendees registration (IEEE imat), roster; administrivia János, Ludwig Participation
Seaport F 2L 8:20 8:25 5 IETF(DETNET)/TSN joint workshop in Bangkok János detnet-bangkok-0518-v01
  8:25 8:45 20 Agenda Ludwig, János Agenda
  8:45 9:20 35 Liaison from OPC Foundation Ludwig, János Liaison letter
  9:20 9:30 10 eBlast Ludwig, János IEC-link to the draft eBlast
  9:30 9:50 20 Status of use cases Josef Status of “use cases”
  9:50 10:00 10 Status of NEA on accumulated latency Jordon Update on the NEA
  10:00 10:00      
  10:00 10:30 30 Break  
Seaport F 2L 10:30 11:30 60 TSN Interdomain Communications Mark TSN-Interdomain-Comm
  11:30 11:45 15 Use Case: Additional Motion Cycle Timing Models Mark use case cycle-timing
11:45 12:00 15 Use Case: Isochronous Drive Syncronization Mark use case isochr-dr.
  12:00 13:45 105 Lunch  
Trk A: JWG 13:45 14:15 30 Process automation System Quantities Atsushi Sato pa-system quantities
Room 14:15 14:35 20 Use case list Josef
Seaport F 2L 14:35 14:45 10 Requirements list Josef
  14:45 15:00 15 Intro to IEC61850-90-13 Maik Seewald intro-to-IEC61850-90-13.pdf
  15:00 15:30 30 Break  
  15:30 16:00 30 Network Configuration & Stream Configuration Günter Configuration-0718-v01.pdf
  16:00 16:35 35 TSN Configuration Enhancements –
> Enhancements of the CNC North Bound Interface
Stephan CNC-NBI
  16:35 17:25 50 Deadline Application Model & Stream Class Based Scheduling Model Josef StreamClassBasedScheduling
  17:25 17:35 10 Review of minutes of the day Minute maker
  17:35 17:35   Recess of 60802 JP meeting  
  17:35 18:30 55 Break  
  18:30 19:20 50 Social event  
  19:20          
       
Thu 12-07-18   [h:min] [min] Topics Responsible Related contributions
Trk A: JWG 8:00 8:10 10 Review Agenda; expected results of the day Ludwig, János
Room 8:10 8:20 10 Intended Automotive profile Mike tsn automotive profile
Seaport F 2L 8:20 9:20 60 Stream DA-MAC constraints to simplify the support of the required number of streams Günter DA-MAC-Constraints-0718-v01.pdf
  9:20 9:20      
  9:20 12:00 160 recess  
  12:00 12:00      
  12:00 12:00      
  12:00 12:00      
  12:00 13:30 90 Lunch  
  13:30 18:00 270 Closing 802.1 plenary Glenn/John
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00 18:00      
  18:00       Recess of 60802 JP meeting  
             
Fri 13-07-18   [h:min] [min] Topics Responsible Related contributions
Common 8:00 8:10 10 Review Agenda; expected results of the day Ludwig, János
session 8:10 8:25 15 Recap past days Ludwig, János
Room 8:25 8:55 30 Next meetings Ludwig, János Next meeting dates IEEE 802.1 meetings
Seaport F 2L 8:55 9:00 5 Identify and discuss IEEE 802 gaps for TSN-IA profile Ludwig, János
  9:00 9:05 5 Workplan Ludwig Schedule-milestones
  9:05 10:10 65 Timeliness use cases Günter TimelinessUseCases
  10:10 10:30 20 Break  
  10:30 11:30 60 Timescale reference for planning frame transmission Günter Timeliness-0718-v01.pdf
  11:30 12:50 80 Synchronization problems – identified topics for IEEE 802.1AS-Rev Günter Steindl-Synchronization-0718-v01
  12:50 13:10 20 Any other business Don QoS-for-PLCA
  13:10 13:15 5 Review of the minutes Minute maker
  13:15 13:15   Adjournment of IEC/IEEE 60802 JP meeting  
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  13:15 13:15   Lunch  
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  13:15       Adjournment of IEC/IEEE 60802 JP meeting  

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Minutes of the IEEE 802 Nendica Meeting of 2018-07-9/10
Date: Monday July 9-10, 2018
Author(s):
Name Affiliation Phone email
Jessy Rouyer Nokia jessy.rouyer@nokia.com

Abstract

Draft minutes of the 9-10 July 2018 IEEE 802 Network Evolution for the Next Decade Industry Connections (Nendica) meeting in San Diego, CA, USA.

Chair: Roger Marks

Recording Secretary: Jessy Rouyer

July 9, 2018 Call to order

The Chair called the meeting to order at 7:40 PM on Monday July 9, 2018.

July 9, 2018 Minutes

Jessy Rouyer volunteered to act as Recording Secretary.

The Chair presented IEEE 802 “Network Enhancements for the Next Decade” Industry Connections Activity

(Nendica): Meeting Overview https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0036-00-ICne-nendica-meeting-overview-2018-07.pdf, including Guidelines for IEEE-SA Meetings (slide 3), Participation in IEEE 802 Meetings (slide 4). In so doing, the Chair explained and requested meeting attendees register their attendance in IMAT and accessed IMAT, the Nendica page (https://1.ieee802.org/802-nendica) on the IEEE 802.1 website and the Mentor server for Nendica (https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/documents?is_group=ICne).

The Chair reviewed the proposed agendas on the “Agenda, Day 1” and “Agenda, Day 2” worksheets as well as the two requirements at lines 5, 6 of the ICCOM Requirements worksheet in the spreadsheet at https://tinyurl.com/yaszjwqe. He noted that “Lossless Data Center Networks (LLDCN)” would be presented on day 2. The agenda was otherwise approved as presented.

The Chair presented the Minutes of the IEEE 802 Nendica Meeting held on 2018-05-07 https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0034-00.docx and thanked James Gilb for taking these minutes. The Chair suggested a motion to approve these draft minutes; the minutes were approved without objection.

The Chair introduced János Farkas, Chair of the IEEE 802.1 TSN Task Group and editor of IEEE Std 802.1CM-2018, who presented IEEE Std 802.1CM Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/public/docs2018/cm-farkas-overview-0718-v01.pdf. During discussion, questions were received prompting clarifications that profiles A and B differ in that profile B supports frame preemption, that both classes 1 and 2 cover fronthaul traffic, that the CPRI frame structure combines user data, C&M data and synchronization, that synchronization and data flows are separate, that synchronization may be provided via wired (e.g. using a profile of the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol) or wireless (e.g. using GPS) connections, that using a closed private network may be seen as less complex than using a MEF-specified Carrier Ethernet network, and that it may be preferable if the packet and radio domains belong to the same operator.

Nader Zein introduced the Nendica Work Item on the Flexible Factory IoT (FFIoT) white paper by beginning to present FFIoT Status Report –IEEE 802 Nendica https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0038-00-ICne.docx and briefly presenting Wired/Wireless Use Cases and Communication Requirements for Flexible Factories IoT Bridged Network https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0025-04-ICne-Pre-draft-update.docx before finishing to present the status report restarting at its slide 3. During discussion, the Chair clarified the review process (notification to the group and the reflector that a call for comments is planned on a specific version of the document, giving seven days for review before a vote is taken to allow this call for comments). It was clarified that review is sought and that was encouraged through outreach at prior meetings in Warsaw and Germany; supporters of the work were encouraged to notify the editor of their interest. A request for additional conference calls was received from the floor. The Chair noted that informal comments may be provided to the editor before the initial call for comments.

The Chair solicited input on potential new work items noting that there are no contributions for such items at this time: no input was provided during the meeting. He added that with completion of the FFIoT work and in the absence of new work item, an extension in November 2018 of Nendica may not be warranted. He indicated he intended however to have draft text for an extension available for review in September 2018.

The Chair noted a teleconference is planned August 15, 2018 and acknowledged the request for a further teleconference for which he solicited suggestions for a proposed date and indicated it would be further discussed on Tuesday, July 10, 2018.

The Chair noted the next face-to-face meeting is planned for September 11, 2018 7:30 PM-21:30 PM Hawaii time during the 802.11 meeting in Waikoloa, HI, USA with group teleconference to the OmniRAN TG room at the 802.1 session in Oslo, Norway on September 12, 2018 at 7:30 AM Oslo time.

The Chair noted there had been consultations about a half-day workshop covering data center networking to be held on November 10, 2018 in Bangkok that is the Saturday after the collocated IETF meeting and before a joint session between IETF and IEEE on DetNet on Sunday November 11, 2018 also in Bangkok where IEEE 802 will be meeting. He indicated that a half-day coordination event will also be held as part of the ongoing process between IEEE 802 and IETF on the same day as the data center networking workshop that is being coordinated by himself on behalf of Nendica and Paul Congdon on behalf of IEEE 802.1.

The Chair briefly discussed the plan for Tuesday July 10, 2018, indicating in particular that an entire hour would be dedicated to the TIA Smart Buildings Program and that interested parties may approach Limor Schafman and preview her presentation, which was made available on the Nendica webpage.

The Chair called for recess at 8:50 PM.

July 10, 2018 Call to order

The Chair called the meeting to order at 7:35 PM on Tuesday July 10, 2018.

July 10, 2018 Minutes

Jessy Rouyer continued acting as Recording Secretary.

The Chair showed the approved “Agenda, Day 2” worksheet in the spreadsheet at https://tinyurl.com/yaszjwqe, and reminded this Nendica meeting is operating under the Guidelines for IEEE-SA Meetings (slide 3 of IEEE 802 “Network Enhancements for the Next Decade” Industry Connections Activity

(Nendica): Meeting Overview https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0036-00-ICne-nendica-meeting-overview-2018-07.pdf) as well as those for Participation in IEEE 802 Meetings (slide 4 of the same presentation), and is following ICCOM Requirements in the worksheet of the same name in this spreadsheet. He also reminded attendees to register their attendance in IMAT. He introduced the agenda that was approved as presented. He demonstrated how to use IMAT by registering his attendance.

Paul Congdon presented NEND-Report Update The Lossless Network for Data Centers https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/17/1-18-0019-02-ICne.pdf then walked through the modifications he made in IEEE 802 Nendica Report: The Lossless Network for Data Centers https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/17/1-18-0007-06-ICne.pdf (a version of the draft professionally edited by IEEE with Congdon’s modifications shown as tracked changes). The Chair thanked Catherine Berger for her professional editing of the latter draft and proposed to ask her to prepare it for publication, which was not objected. The Chair noted that this draft will be posted on the Nendica webpage, will be announced as available on Mentor, the Nendica will encourage IEEE to make it available as a link on the industry connections webpage, an eBlast will be considered and maybe IEEE-SA will put a reference in their monthly standards update. The Chair added that there will be a need to have a system in place to collect comments on the draft once it is distributed, and that the editor has to inform the Nendica of any comments received.

Nader Zein presented changes in the latest update of the FFIoT white paper in Wired/Wireless Use Cases and Communication Requirements for Flexible Factories IoT Bridged Network https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0025-05-ICne-pre-draft-wired-wireless-use-cases-and-communication-requirements-for-flexible-factories-iot-bridged-network.pdf. Zein then discussed next steps by presenting slide 7 of FFIoT Status Report –IEEE 802 Nendica https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0038-00-ICne-ffiot-status-report-ieee-802-nendica.pdf. The Chair clarified that seven days is the minimum duration of a call for comments though a longer duration is allowed and encouraged. Comments were received that the draft’s version, page numbers, and citations need to be verified for correctness, which the editor agreed to do.

The Chair introduced the next topic as a liaison presentation related to activity in TIA on smart buildings that could have potential relevance across IEEE 802 and could be in scope of Nendica. Limor Schafman thanked IEEE for inviting her to participate and for facilitating this connection. Schafman presented revision 1 of document 37 (https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0037-01-ICne.pdf in the agenda, updated post-meeting as https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0037-02-ICne-liaison-communication-from-tia-to-ieee-802-nendica-re-smart-building-program.pdf) after asking how many people knew TIA. The Recording Secretary raised a concern about copyright notices in the presentation. The Chair allowed the presentation to continue as the Recording Secretary deferred to his judgment. (After the meeting, it was clarified that the presentation was a liaison: see https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0037-02-ICne.pdf.) Following the presentation, Schafman called for a brainstorming session on what IEEE and TIA could do together on the presented topic. A discussion ensued; among the questions asked were:

  • Whether buildings have relationships: they do as they do not stand alone and can interconnect using wired and wireless connectivity to other buildings and to their environment for example on campuses;
  • Whether the Smart Buildings Program has real cases of deployment: the program launched in December 2017 and is working on a level assessment program hoped to launch mid-2018;
  • Whether existing building owners and technology companies in the current ecosystem are involved: yes, building owners, members of e.g. the telecommunications or building management systems communities, and universities are involved and are among a number of stakeholders in the marketplace (see slide 15);
  • Whether there are any requirements for the networks that IEEE focuses on: yes, as building owners do not necessarily understand what they need to do (e.g. beyond Wi-Fi) and tend to rely on a single provider (if any); interoperability is crucial, of which there is none currently in building management systems;
  • Whether level assessment is some kind of a rating system applied to a building to gauge how smart the building is: yes, the level assessment is comparable to LEED or Energy Star programs that assess the sustainability of buildings by levels;
  • Whether networking aspects will be part of this rating system: yes, connectivity will be part of it;
  • Whether connectivity rating will be a specific element of the rating system: yes, connectivity will be among eight characteristics but the kind of technology to use will not be specified as it changes all the time; instead, functionality will be key, the type of experience regarding connectivity that is desired in a building (such as download/upload speed) will serve as a guide for recommendations and assessments, and building developers, architects or others can use them as needed;
  • Whether there potentially is a role for an IEEE 802 community to have input into how that assessment is made on networking-related issues where 802 has some views: some of the ways we assess connectivity will rely on 802 connectivity, specifically re wireless and Wi-Fi; for example, it will be about: are there issues in terms of conflicts between networks, how efficient, sustainable, redundant are communications?
  • Whether there could be organized input from 802 into these requirements: sure, that would be great!
  • Whether such program could help understand what the requirements are: that is the hope to broaden the market place as there aren’t many smart buildings today;
  • Whether TIA, that historically has been closer to ANSI, has a roadmap for growing from regional to national to international when the smart building industry today is very segmented and regionalized, and how TIA sees complying with international regulations (for example, GDPR is hard to comply to today): in terms of a roadmap, yes, TIA wants to keep things simple enough for the levels assessment to cut through across as much as possible for example in terms of public safety via the creation of guidelines that can be applied nationally (the Safer Buildings Coalition being part of this to ensure applicability throughout the United States) before they can be applied in other market places (localizations will become important);
  • How to incent providers in the context of Building as a Service (BaaS) in large buildings where there is a desire to “slice this building up” between multiple tenants to provide 802 technologies in similar fashion as services such as water, sewer, electricity are already provided: the market place will have to drive this; for example, smart appliances, security systems, etc. will require e.g. 802.11 technologies to communicate; BaaS is a new concept for building developers who can be provided with business cases addressing demonstrating their needs and wants can be better satisfied; the market will drive demand.

The Chair thanked Schafman for her presentation and for recommending this interaction, and highlighted how Nendica not only develops reports that represent pre-standard consensus thinking but also tries to ensure other parts of 802 are aware of such activity. It was also observed that smart buildings have ramifications to data centers and central offices in terms of networking. Schafman received a round of applause as she thanked Nendica.

The Chair presented a Small Cell Forum report about making buildings small cell ready after indicating that the report may be retrieved with personal credentials at https://www.scf.io/en/get_email.php?doc=214. The Recording Secretary raised a concern about presenting material that had not been uploaded. (After the meeting, the Small Cell Forum transmitted detailed information to Nendica via liaison communication 802.1-18-0040 <https://mentor.ieee.org/802.1/dcn/18/1-18-0040-00-ICne.zip>.) He noted Nendica could discuss how 802 similarly could develop a document about making buildings 802 ready. He invited comments, questions in the hope of stimulating future Nendica work.

The Chair reminded that Nendica ends in March 2019 and a request for extension (if any) would be needed in November 2018. He invited feedback on this possible extension.

The Chair discussed future Nendica meetings. Comments were received and it was agreed the next teleconference would be held August 2, 2018 at 8:00 PM ET (9:00 AM in Japan, 8:00 AM in China). The dates and time of the Waikoloa and Oslo meetings discussed on July 9, 2018 remained unchanged. For information, the Chair noted the possibility of a November 10, 2018 joint IEEE 802/IETF data center workshop; he noted that John Rosdahl is in charge of reserving space for this.

There was no other business to discuss and the Chair adjourned the meeting at 9:18 PM.

Attendance

51 individuals registered on IMAT.

Last name First name Affiliation Monday Tuesday
Adachi Tomoko TOSHIBA Corporation
Assmann Ralf Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Baykas Tuncer Istanbul Medipol University
Bottorff Paul Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Brillhart Theodore Fluke Corporation
Canchi Radhakrishna Kyocera International Inc.
Chang Xin Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Chou Vincent Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Congdon Paul Tallac Networks; Huawei
DeLaOlivaDelgado Antonio Universidad Carlos III Madrid
Ellegaard Lars Microsemi Corporation
Escudero-Sahuquillo Jesus University of Castilla-La Mancha
Fan Xiaojing Fujitsu Research & Development Center
Farkas Janos Ericsson
Godfrey Tim Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI)
Gravel Mark Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Guo Jianlin Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL)
Han Ruibo China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC)
Hiertz Guido Ericsson AB
Ishizu Kentaro National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Itaya Satoko National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Kabra Lokesh Synopsys, Inc.
Kondo Yoshihisa Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR)
KOTO Hajime National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Lee Hyeong Ho Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Levy Joseph InterDigital, Inc.
Lv Lily Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Marks Roger EthAirNet Associates; Huawei
Maruhashi Kenichi NEC Corporation
McMillan Larry Western Digital Corporation
Myers Roy INDEPENDENT
Ohsawa Tomoki NICT
Prakash Rajat Qualcomm Incorporated
QIU WEI Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Randall Karen INDEPENDENT
Reilly Denis Spectracom (Orolia USA)
Riegel Maximilian Nokia Networks
Rouyer Jessy Nokia
Sakata Ren TOSHIBA Corporation
Schafman Limor Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
Schewe Frank Phoenix Contact
Sun Wenhao Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Valentino Liva EuramNet, LLC
Wang Hao Fujitsu Research & Development Center
wang haifei Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Weis Brian Cisco Systems, Inc.
Xu Dayin Rockwell Automation
Yamaura Takahiro Toshiba
Yano Kazuto Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR)
YU XIANG Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Zein Nader NEC Europe (NLE)

 

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