This amendment specifies procedures and managed objects that add new stream identification functions. Additionally this amendment addresses errors and clarifications.
Stream identification is required by an increasing number of traffic management mechanisms implemented in Layer 2: ingress policing, traffic scheduling, congestion management, mapping to traffic classes, that make Ethernet networks suitable for a growing number of applications. Current stream identification methods defined in IEEE Std 802.1CB are insufficient for some of these applications.
|PAR & CSD||Full title: Frame Replication and Elimination for Reliability Amendment: Extended Stream Identification Functions
PAR approved: 14 May 2018;
|20 Feb 2020||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.5|
|18 Feb 2020||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.4 – Comment disposition|
|10 Dec 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.4|
|19 Nov 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.3 – Comment disposition|
|8 Oct 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.3|
|26 Sep 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.2 – Comment disposition|
|26 Aug 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.2|
|21 Aug 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.1 – Comment disposition|
|19 Jun 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.1|
|16 May 2019||P802.1CBdb, Draft 0.0|
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