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802d - Allocation of Uniform Resource Name (URN) values in IEEE 802 standards

The full title of this standard is "Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks: Overview and Architecture Amendment: Allocation of Uniform Resource Name (URN) values in IEEE 802 standards".

This standard contains descriptions of the IEEE 802 standards published by the IEEE for frame-based data networks as well as a reference model (RM) for protocol standards. The IEEE 802 architecture is defined, and a specification for the identification of public, private, and standard protocols is included.

This standard serves as the foundation for the family of IEEE 802 standards published by IEEE for local area networks (LANs), metropolitan area networks (MANs), personal area networks (PANs), and regional area networks (RANs).

YANG (RFC 6020) is a formalized data modeling language that can be used by NETCONF (NETwork CONFiguration), a widely accepted protocol that is being used to simplify network configuration. Other SDOs (e.g. IETF and the Metro Ethernet Forum) have adopted YANG, and are developing a broad range of data models. Development of YANG data models for manageable entities specified in IEEE 802 standards are already underway (e.g., IEEE P802.1Qcp and IEEE P802.1Xck) and others are expected.

Status
StatusPAR approved Dec 5, 2015. Standard approved Feb 17, 2017.
EditorTony Jeffree

Archive
DateDocument
22 Mar 2016802d, Draft 0.2
05 May 2016802d, Draft 0.2 proposed comment dispositions
26 May 2016802d, Draft 0.2 comment dispositions
08 Jun 2016802d, Draft 0.3
19 Jul 2016802d, Draft 0.3 proposed comment dispositions
26 Jul 2016802d, Draft 0.3 comment dispositions
26 Jul 2016802d, Draft 0.4
17 Aug 2016802d, Draft 0.4 comment dispositions
17 Aug 2016802d, Draft 1.0
10 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.0 proposed comment dispositions v1
13 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.0 proposed comment dispositions v2
14 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.0 proposed comment dispositions v3
14 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.0 proposed comment dispositions v4
17 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.0 comment dispositions
17 Sep 2016802d, Draft 1.1
12 Oct 2016802d, Draft 1.1 proposed comment dispositions
09 Nov 2016802d, Draft 1.1 comment dispositions
09 Nov 2016802d, Draft 1.2
21 Nov 2016802d, Draft 1.2 comment dispositions

Presentations
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