P802.1Qcw – YANG Data Models for Scheduled Traffic, Frame Preemption, and Per-Stream Filtering and Policing

This amendment specifies a Unified Modeling Language (UML)-based information model and YANG data models that allow configuration and status reporting for bridges and bridge components (as specified by this standard) with the capabilities currently specified in clauses 12.29 (scheduled traffic), 12.30 (frame preemption) and 12.31 (per-stream filtering and policing) of this standard. It further defines the relationship between the information and data model and models for the other management capabilities specified in this standard. Additionally, this amendment will address errors or omissions to existing features related to the aforementioned clauses as approved by the 802.1 maintenance process.

Current Status

Status Working Group Ballot
Current Draft D1.2 (August 2020)
PAR & CSD Full title: Draft Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks — Bridges and Bridged Networks — Amendment: YANG Data Models for Scheduled Traffic, Frame Preemption, and Per-Stream Filtering and Policing
PAR (Approved: 24 Sep 2017; Expires: 31 Dec 2021)
CSD
Editor Marina Gutiérrez

Archive

Date Document
24 Aug 2020 802.1Qcw, Draft 1.2
1 Jul 2020 802.1Qcw, Draft 1.1, Final Comment Disposition of WG Ballot
09 Apr 2020 802.1Qcw, Draft 1.1
21 Feb 2020 802.1Qcw, Draft 1.0, Final Comment Disposition of WG Ballot
10 Dec 2019 802.1Qcw, Draft 1.0
23 Jul 2019 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.4, Final Comment Disposition of TG Ballot
24 Jun 2019 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.4
24 May 2019 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.3, Final Comment Disposition of TG Ballot
23 Apr 2019 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.3
30 Nov 2018 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.2, Final Comment Disposition of TG Ballot
5 Oct 2018 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.2
11 Sep 2018 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.1
10 Jul 2018 802.1Qcw, Draft 0.0

Contributions

Important NOTICE on contributions.

Date Document
11 Sep 2018 P802.1Qcw status update: D0.1 — Marina Gutiérrez
10 Jul 2018 P802.1Qcw status update: D0.0 — Marina Gutiérrez
7 Mar 2018 P802.1Qcw status update — Marina Gutiérrez
17 Jan 2017 YANG models needed — Astrit Ademaj

 

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