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802.1Qcd - Application VLAN TLV

The full title of this PAR is "Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks--Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges and Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks Amendment: Application Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Type, Length, Value (TLV)".

This standard specifies the protocols, procedures, and management objects for an Application Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) identifier (ID) Type, Length, Value (TLV) within the Data Center Bridging eXchange (DCBX) protocol defined in IEEE Std 802.1Qaz.

MAC Bridges, as specified by this standard, allow the compatible interconnection of information technology equipment attached to separate individual LANs.

For networks that already make use of DCBX, an Application VLAN ID TLV will simplify the management of the end station by allowing the VLAN ID for the application to be communicated via DCBX rather than requiring manual configuration. Converged network deployments where multiple networks such as LAN/Storage/High Performance Computing (HPC) are operated over the same physical infrastructure make use of the DCBX protocol to provision services such as Priority-based Flow Control (PFC), Enhanced Transmission Selection (ETS), and Application Priority. In these deployments, it is highly desirable to be able to provision the VLAN ID for an application via DCBX, instead of requiring manual provisioning.

Status
StatusPAR approved 21 Oct 2013.
EditorEric Multanen

Archive
DateDocument
03 Sep 2013802.1Qcd, Draft 0.0
03 Oct 2013802.1Qcd, Draft 0.1
11 Nov 2013802.1Qcd, Draft 0.1 proposed comment dispositions
15 Nov 2013802.1Qcd, Draft 0.1 comment dispositions
13 Dec 2013802.1Qcd, Draft 1.0
21 Jan 2014802.1Qcd, Draft 1.0 proposed comment dispositions
21 Feb 2014802.1Qcd, Draft 1.0 comment dispositions
21 Feb 2014802.1Qcd, Draft 1.1
20 Mar 2014802.1Qcd, Draft 1.1 comment dispositions

Presentations
DateDocument
17 Jul 2013Presentation cd-thaler-response-to-802-11-par-comments.pptx
17 Mar 2014Presentation cd-thaler-Qcd-PAR-mod-0314.pdf
18 Mar 2014Presentation cd-thaler-Qcd-PAR-mod-0314-v02.pdf

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