Definitions of Managed Objects for Fibre Channel Over TCP/IP (FCIP)
RFC 4404

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Subject: Protocol Action: 'Definitions of Managed Objects for 
         FCIP' to Proposed Standard 

The IESG has approved the following document:

- 'Definitions of Managed Objects for FCIP '
   <draft-ietf-ips-fcip-mib-10.txt> as a Proposed Standard

This document is the product of the IP Storage Working Group. 

The IESG contact persons are Allison Mankin and Magnus Westerlund.

A URL of this Internet-Draft is:
http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-ips-fcip-mib-10.txt

Technical Summary
 
   This document  defines a portion of the Management Information Base
   (MIB).  It specifies objects for managing FCIP  (Fibre Channel over TCP/IP)
   entities (RFC 3821), which are used to interconnect FC fabrics with IP
   networks.
  
Working Group Summary
 
  The working group reached consensus on the MIB.  The group hoped 
  to have the MIB reviewed and published around the same time as
  RFC 3821, but it turned out the MIB review was not possible in the
  timeframe.
   
Protocol Quality
 
 The working group's MIB advisor was Keith McCloghrie.  The MIB Doctor
 was Bert Wijnen.  There were two revisions of the MIB addressing review
 comments.   

The WG Chair shepherd is David Black, taking over from
 his former co-Chair, Elizabeth Rodriguez.  Allison Mankin is 
 the Responsible Area Director.

Notes to RFC Editor

Title, Abstract and Introduction:  please expand the first use of FC and 
FCIP in each.  Please make these expansions consistent with the expansions
used in RFC 3821.
 
 Security Considerations

OLD:
 In particular, write access to
 fcipDiscoveryDomainName and fcipEntityAddress can cause a loss of
 reachability to portions of the SAN

NEW:
In particular, write access to
 fcipDiscoveryDomainName and fcipEntityAddress can cause a loss of
 reachability to portions of the Fibre Channel fabric