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Web Conference:

https://thorsten-heinze-telefonica-de.webex.com/thorsten-heinze-telefonica-de/j.php?MTID=m849236edb092dffd10071725f5b8839f 

Invited:

(please feel free to correct and update your names (wink) Thank you very much!!!) 

Discussion items

TimeItemWhoNotes
00:00Chair topic 
no update 

00:05

Admin

Next meetings

2021-09-08: Martin Skorupski

2021-09-15: Martin Skorupski

2021-09-22: Martin Skorupski [Martin? Thorsten and Nader not available)

2021-09-29: Martin Skorupski

00:05Synchronization

@Alexander Wenk

@Prathiba

Questions during the conversion to yang.

Remaining question: How to add a clock to the CoreModel?

  • CoreModel unpruned to YANG
    • clock reference in yang is from ltp:embedded-clock only (which must be a reference)

AI Martin: Check with ISSOMI an OTIM about usage of processing construct...

AI Martin: Check with Prathiba


Sketch by Thorsten:

Updates:

00:??

Relation between planning and actual data from the network


  • planning identifiers <-??-> network managed object identifiers
  • detailed problem description??
00:??MAC Example@Andreas Lattoch

Real world MAC example

From Andreas:

An additional status attribute from the MAC Bridging Table is needed:

The MAC-Addresses learned on a MAC-interface and managed in the switch MAC-Bridging table. The input- and output-mac-interface have the same bridge domain. The bridge domain could be a VLAN or other groupings.

The attached example show a filtered MAC Bridging Table with bridge domain filtered by VLAN on two switches that are connected via Air-Interface.

https://wiki.opennetworking.org/download/attachments/265093121/MAC-Example.pptx?api=v2


Option 1: (based on the description above)

LTP → MAC-PAC → Status → learned-mac-addresses

Note: LTP (MAC) has an association to a physical interface

This option could be associated with VLAN IDs based in server/client relations between the LTPs


MAC is server of VLAN - current modeling

MAC-IF → server → VLAN-IF (switch port) → part of many VLAN-FC (vlan-id)


Option 2: (based on implementations of some devices)

FC ->VLAN-FC-PAC (vlan-id) → Status →  learned-mac-addresses ( type: mac-address; physical-port-reference )[*]


Option 3: 

FC ->VLAN-FC-PAC (vlan-id) → VLAN-FC-PORT-PAC → Status →  learned-mac-addresses ( type: mac-address)[*]

The association to physically port goes via the reference from FC port to VLAN-IF. 


Option 4:

A table of learned-mac-address, vlan-id, physical-port-reference on MAC-FD level (like aging time).  

A central place for reducing requests by applications.


Note: due to its dynamic nature changes such changes must not be notified. 


update from 2021-08-10 IF-meeting:

  • What would be the assumption about the length of the learned mac-addresses per VLAN-ID?
    • Answer:
      • avq ~13 mac-address PER entire switch
      • max ~250  mac-address PER entire switch (exception case)
      • avq ~13 mac-address PER VLAN-ID
      • max ~ 150  mac-address PER VLAN-ID
  • What is the behavior of the aging time (reset timer)?
    • Answer: (open)

Notification requirement for learned mac-address

  • ??? use need vs pollution of DCN ??? - not answered yet - depends on that aging time behavior. 

How to model?

  • MAC-FC with MAC-FC ports (option 3) - a lot of objects.
    • Is this possible for 150 mac-addresses on the device?
  • MAC-FD (option 4)

New question?

  • What would be mediator implementation - polling for the cases no notification on the devices?
    • idea - RPC to get the learned mac-addresses in the next x min - no notification expected in that case.


current favorite: Option 4

A table of learned-mac-address, vlan-id, physical-port-reference on MAC-FD level (like aging time).



END OF THE MEETING

00:00Mediator Instance Manager

Pre- Discussion happened yesterday 

  • info send by Thorsten on Monday 2021-05-17
  • in addition Thorsten will send the "background discussion slide"....

Mediator Instance Manager 

  • What is the protocol? NETCONF or REST or RESTCONF or ...
    • Working Assumption:  not decided
    • SIAE would like to decide based on efforts after analysis. 
    • UML include the "service" - but not the operational and maintenance layer
    • YAML (OpenAPI3) → UML (papyrus) → YANG → 

2021-05-25

  • Any questions?
    • no questions

2021-06-16

  • please see "App layer on top of the SDN controller" above.

Action items