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IETF-102 dispatch minutes

Session 2018-07-16 0930-1200: Duluth - Audio stream - dispatch chatroom

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          dispatch meeting minutes - IETF 102  - 9:30am Monday
          
          *chairs discuss ietf 103 deadlines (see slide)
          
          * ben schwartz presents his helium draft (see slides in materials)
          
          - lucas pardue will be doing another aspect of this work in httpbis
          this work
          - http connect works on TCP tunnel, questionable application for quic
          - ekr says nats make this into lies, ben agrees
          - cullen - asks ben to talk about the security properties
          -= ben replies proxy must (if udp aware) it should have address aware
          filtering characteristics.. 'full cone behavaior'?
          - adam roach asks if this is for real time, or is it for tunneling quic
          like things
          -= ben says his goal is to find a general purpose solution
          - adamn says that udp over tcp is a concern in that case
          -= ben says the goal is use quic as the substrate instead of tcp
          -= ben is interested in websocket like systems that run over quic
          -= goal is to run over http to be self proxying - so rejects datachannels
          as an idea. need to decouple what helium runs on and what http runs on
          - adam advocates for language about this problem
          -= ben says lucas has other ideas including new frame types wihch might
          apply easier to quic
          - harald alverstrand - says that http is not self proxying because
          ???? (sometihng about the host header)
          - harald is also concerned about layered congestion control as was adam
          - harald thinks you can find a cleaner way to tell a nat to forward
          packets and that he is sad
          - martin thomson acknowledges haralds concerns, but thinks the goals
          are solid. the approach needs work. is this TURN?
          -= ben says sort of. [back and forth re architecture vs sytnax, martin
          makes clear he is talking about architecture]
          -= helium has a best effort semantic that reflects a pessimistic view
          of connectivity on the internet
          - mike bishop - thinks base case of CONNECT via proxy with quic is
          important
          - mike bishop points out that websockets are in order and hol blocking
          - justin uberti - speaking to cc inside cc. I run a very large turn
          deployment and in practice it works better than you would think it should.
          - more ju - multiple tcp conns really help
          - bernard a - fixable with communication between the layers. might help
          to focus on the proxy issue.
          - subodh iyengar - are you assuming that the target server has no idea
          about the hybrid encap protocol? (ben - yes). there is a fundamental
          -                  diff between http proxying and the
          nat approach; in that the end http target participates. (walks that back)
          -                  but there is a way the target server
          participates.. such as GRE which enables direct server return
          -= ben says: the design more resembles a nat. 
          - ted hardie - you're assuming http/quic not just quic and that makes
          it hard to do application level dispatch
          - cullen; there's a lot of interest here. always questions in proxy
          protocols about whether it is ART or TSV
                     need more list discussion to peel the next layer
          of the onion until it can be dispatched
                     the dispatch list seems like the right place. 2 AD
          thumbs up.
          
          Will continue discussing HELIUM on dispatch email list
          
          



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