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Agenda (Teleconference June 8, 2021 – 11 AM ET)
- Meeting introduction
- Approval of agenda
- P802.1QRev/d0.4 Comment Resolution – Mick Seaman
- Editor update on P802-1AS-2020/Cor1 – Geoff Garner
- New Maintenance Items for 802.1Q
- Other New Maintenance Items0315: Clarification on null-value
- Existing Maintenance Items0242: IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018: Collected issues on data consistency and others
- 0248: Managed objects for ECP in 802.1Q-2018
- 0278: Inconsistent Clause 5 and PICS with respect to state machines
- 0309: Preemption in 802.1Q
- 0310: Preemption in 802.1AC
- 0311: 802.1Q: Resolution of stream filters with wildcard stream_handle specification
- 0313: First frame of the stream
- 0314: network media and PHY
- Any Other Business
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