Maintenance TG Electronic Meeting Agenda – Mar 5, 2024

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Tuesday Mar 5, 2024 meeting – 11:00-13:00 ET


  • Location: Webex
  • Meeting number (access code): 2337 366 7954
  • Meeting password: WeDoMaintenance


  • Meeting introduction
  • Approval of agenda
  • Review of projects in flight and next steps
    • P802.1Q-2022-Revision
    • P802.1AS-2020-Revision
    • P802.1CB-2017/Cor1
    • P802.1ACea
  • 802 PARs Under Consideration
    • 802.3dm – Amendment: Asymmetrical Electrical Automotive Ethernet, PAR and CSD
    • 802.11bf – Amendment: Enhancements for Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Sensing, PAR modification
    • 802.11bp – Amendment: Enhancements for Ambient Power Communication (AMP), PAR and CSD
  • Liaison Activity – Karen Randall
    • Incoming
      • Liaison from ITU-T JCA: LS on Invitation to update the information in the IMT2020 roadmap
      • LS89 from ITU-T SG15: LS on OTNT Standardization Work Plan Issue 33 
    • Outgoing
      • SC6 responses on IEEE Std 802.1Qcw and IEEE Std 802.1Qcj ballot comments
  • Review of Outstanding Maintenance Items and next steps
    • 0312 – Stream ID as a Key for YANG lists
    • 0314 – network media and PHY
    • 0363 – IEEE 802.1Q-2022 maximum SDU size
    • 0366 – On Allowing non-scheduled interfaces
  • Any Other Business