November 2023 Plenary Session – Maintenance TG Agenda

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Agenda: Tuesday Nov 14 2023 meeting – 8:00-10:00 HST

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  • Location: Lehua Suite
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  • Meeting introduction
  • Approval of agenda
  • Maintenance Project Status
  • Review of Maintenance Motions from July 2023
    • Sent liaison responses to ITU-T JCA, ITU-T SG15, and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6
  • 802 PARs Under Consideration
    • 802.15.4ad – Amendment – Data rate and range extensions to IEEE 802.15.4 Smart Utility Network (SUN) Physical layer (PHY), PAR and CSD
    • 802.19.3a – Recommended Practice Amendment: Enhanced sub-1GHz Coexistence , PAR and CSD
  • Liaison Activity – Karen Randall
  • P802.1ASdr Comment resolution – Silvana Rodrigues
  • P802.1Q-2022 Rev – Mick Seaman
  • SC6 Status – Karen Randall
    • Outgoing
      • may draft responses to ballot comments received on Committee Internal Ballot (CIB) of IEEE 802.1Qcz and IEEE 802.1AEdk (ballots close 12 November)
      • Send drafts to SC6 for information when SA ballot starts (IEEE P802.1Qdj)
      • Send standards to SC6 for adoption when published (IEEE 802.1 ASdr)
  • New Maintenance Requests
  • Existing Maintenance Requests (Updated)
    • 0301: ieee8021QBridgeStaticUnicastReceivePort and ieee8021QBridgeStaticMulticastReceivePort – Norm Finn (Qcw/d2.0)
    • 0309: Preemption in 802.1Q – Johannes Specht
    • 0310: Preemption in 802.1AC – Johannes Specht (Waiting for 802.1AC)
    • 0312: StreamID as a key for YANG lists – Don Fedyk
    • 0343: Handling of stream_handle in Active Stream – Max Turner
    • 0362: IEEE 802.1AS Revision Request on invoking the MDpDelay Sms w/o CMLDS – Max Turner
    • 0363: IEEE 802.1Q-2022 maximum SDU size – Christian Boiger
    • 0364: Stream split table in IEEE 802.1CBcv-2021 FRER – Josef Dorr
  • Existing Maintenance Requests (Original)
    • 0242: IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018: Collected YANG issues – Johannes Specht
    • 0248: Managed objects for ECP in 802.1Q-2018 – Norman Finn (balloted in P802.1Qdd)
    • 0312: StreamID as a key for YANG lists – Don Fedyk
    • 0314: network media and PHY – Johannes Specht
    • 0324: Use of Tick in List Execute state machine (next Q-Revision)
    • 0340: Misleading details on ATS MaxResidenceTime (next Q-Revision)
    • 0342: StreamID, StreamID Group, StreamID TLV (next Q-Revision)
    • 0343: Handling of stream_handle in Active Stream – Max Turner
    • 0344: Handling of R-TAG in IP Stream Identification (no vehicle currently)
    • 0352: “when” statements in augments should use derived-from-or-self (no vehicle currently)
    • 0353: update to yang 1.1 so “when” statements in augments can use derived-from-or-self (no vehicle currently)
    • 0360: syncReceiptTimeout and announceReceiptTimeout need range specified (IEEE P8021.ASdm/d1.1)
    • 0361: Add a managed object to control the use of signal (IEEE P8021.ASdm/d1.0)
    • 0362: IEEE 802.1AS REVISION REQUEST on Invoking the MDpDelay SMs w/o CMLDS (Max Turner, P802.1ASdm/D1.2 ballot comments).
    • 0363: IEEE 802.1Q-2022 maximum SDU size – Christian Boiger
    • 0364: Stream split table in IEEE 802.1CBcv-2021 FRER YANG – Josef Dorr
  • Any Other Business

Agenda: Wednesday – November 15, 2023 – 8:00 HST