Last Call Review of draft-ietf-intarea-provisioning-domains-09
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This document is ready, and well-written. The examples were especially helpful in following how things fit together. There aren't any specific transport layer considerations that must be addressed to move forward; however, this mechanism is partly intended to support multihomed transports, and it is not difficult to imagine extensions that would help those transports by providing additional information about each path. I hope these eventually follow in another document.
- Second sentence of Sec 3: delete either "which" or "that"
- Sec 3.1 RA Message Header description: clarify that non-zero checksums "MUST be ignored by the receiver and the rest of the option processed", if that is in fact accurate.
- Sec 3.1 it might be helpful to spell out RDNSS the first time the acronym appears.
- Sec 5.2. Can you add a sentence on why sending two RA messages is RECOMMENDED?