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Traffic Engineering Architecture and Signaling (Active WG)
Rtg Area: Alvaro Retana, Deborah Brungard, Martin Vigoureux | 2014-Dec-05 —  
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2018-12-13 charter

Traffic Engineering Architecture and Signaling (teas)
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 Charter

 Current Status: Active

 Chairs:
     Lou Berger <lberger@labn.net>
     Vishnu Pavan Beeram <vbeeram@juniper.net>

 Routing Area Directors:
     Deborah Brungard <db3546@att.com>
     Alvaro Retana <aretana.ietf@gmail.com>
     Martin Vigoureux <martin.vigoureux@nokia.com>

 Routing Area Advisor:
     Deborah Brungard <db3546@att.com>

 Tech Advisor:
     Adrian Farrel <adrian@olddog.co.uk>

 Secretary:
     Matt Hartley <mhartley.ietf@gmail.com>

 Mailing Lists:
     General Discussion: teas@ietf.org
     To Subscribe:       https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/teas
     Archive:            https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/browse/teas/

Description of Working Group:

  The Traffic Engineering Architecture and Signaling (TEAS)
  Working Group is responsible for defining IP, MPLS and GMPLS
  traffic engineering architecture and identifying required
  related control-protocol functions, i.e., routing and path
  computation element functions. The TEAS group is also
  responsible for standardizing RSVP-TE signaling protocol
  mechanisms that are not related to a specific switching
  technology.

  Traffic Engineering (TE) is the term used to refer to
  techniques that enable operators to control how specific
  traffic flows are treated within their networks. TE is
  applied to packet networks via MPLS TE tunnels and LSPs, but
  may also be provided by other mechanisms such as forwarding
  rules similar to policy-based routing. The MPLS-TE control
  plane was generalized to additionally support non-packet
  technologies via GMPLS.  RSVP-TE is the signaling protocol
  used for both MPLS-TE and GMPLS. Centralized and logically
  centralized control models are also supported, e.g., via
  Abstraction and Control of Traffic Engineered Networks (ACTN)
  and stateful-PCE.

  The TEAS WG is responsible for:

          a) Traffic-engineering architectures for generic
             applicability across packet and non-packet
             networks. This includes, for example, networks that
             perform centralized computation and control, distributed
             computation and control, or even a hybrid approach.

          b) Definition of protocol-independent metrics and
             parameters (measurement and/or service attributes) for
             describing links and tunnels/paths required for traffic
             engineering (and related routing, signaling and path
             computation). These will be developed in conjunction
             with requests and requirements from other WGs to ensure
             overall usefulness.

          c) Functional specification of extensions for routing
             (OSPF, ISIS) and for path computation (PCEP), including
             those that provide general enablers of
             traffic-engineering systems that may also use
             RSVP-TE. Protocol formats and procedures that embody
             these extensions will be done in coordination with the
             WGs supervising those protocols.

          d) Functional specification of generic (i.e., not data
             plane technology-specific) extensions for RSVP-TE, and
             the associated protocol formats and procedures that
             embody these extensions.

          e) Definition of control plane mechanisms and extensions to
             allow the setup and maintenance of TE paths and TE
             tunnels that span multiple domains and/or switching
             technologies, where a domain may be an IGP area, an
             Autonomous System, or any other region of topological
             visibility.

          f) Definition and extension of management and security
             techniques for TE path and tunnel control. This
             includes configuring and monitoring RSVP-TE as well as
             mechanisms used to configure, control, and report OAM
             within TE networks. YANG and MIB modules may be
             considered.

  The TEAS working group is chartered to deliver the following:

          1. Definition of additional abstract service, link, and
             path properties such as jitter, delay, and
             diversity. Extensions to IGPs to advertise these
             properties, and extensions to RSVP-TE to request and to
             accumulate these properties. Work with PCE WG to include
             these properties in computation requests.

          2. Specification of terminology, architecture, and protocol
             requirements for abstraction and distribution of TE
             information between interconnected TE domains/layers.

          3. Specification and protocol extensions for a GMPLS
             External Network-to-Network Interface (E-NNI), i.e.,
             multi-domain GMPLS support.

          4. Protocol mechanisms to signal associated LSPs in
             particular with different source nodes.

          5. Requirements and protocol extensions for additional
             protection mechanisms including, for example, end-point
             protection, protection of P2MP LSPs, and inter-domain
             protection.

          6. YANG models in support of Traffic Engineering, in
             coordination with working groups working on YANG models
             for network topology and for technology-specific network
             attributes.

  Requirements may be documented in stand-alone RFCs, may be
  folded into architecture or solutions RFCs, may be recorded
  on a wiki, or may be documented in an Internet-Draft that is
  not progressed to RFC.

  The TEAS WG will coordinate with the following working
  groups:

          - With the MPLS WG to maintain and extend MPLS-TE protocol
            mechanisms and to determine whether they should be
            generalized.

          - With the CCAMP WG to maintain and extend non-packet, data
            plane technology-specific TE protocol mechanisms and to
            determine whether they should be generalized.

          - With the LSR (OSPF and ISIS) WG to maintain or extend TE
            routing mechanisms.

          - With the PCE WG on uses of a PCE in the
            traffic-engineering architecture, on PCE extensions per
            the above, and on RSVP-TE extensions to support PCE WG
            identified requirements.

          - With the IDR WG on the use of BGP-LS in TE environments.

          - With the DetNet WG on mechanisms (YANG models and
            protocols) to support DetNets.

          - With the SPRING WG on TE architecture and, where
            appropriate, TE-related protocol extensions.

          - With the SFC WG on mechanisms (YANG models and protocols) to
            support SFCs

  In doing this work, the WG will cooperate with external SDOs
  (such as the ITU-T and the IEEE 802.1) as necessary.


Goals and Milestones:
  Dec 2018 - Revisit WG status (close if no milestones/deliverables)
  Apr 2019 - Submit metric recording to IESG for publication
  Apr 2019 - Submit TE LSP Yang Models to IESG for publication
  Sep 2019 - Submit RSVP(-TE) Yang Models to (base and MPLS) IESG for publication
  Oct 2019 - Submit SR&L3 TE Topology Yang Models to IESG for publication
  Nov 2019 - Submit TE Yang Models informational document to IESG for publication
  Nov 2019 - Submit PCECC and Native IP documents to IESG for publication
  Dec 2019 - Submit ACTN YANG Models to IESG for publication
  Dec 2019 - Submit RMR specific RSVP document(s) to IESG for publication
  Jan 2020 - Submit SF Aware TE Topology YANG Model to IESG for publication


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