Date and Time: UTC 15:00, Friday March 20, 2015
Convenor: Bin Hu (AT&T)
Jonne further looked into IPv6 First-Hop Security issue, and felt that there is a gap in OpenStack iptables. So we have an opportunity to submit a new BP to fill in the gap. This should be an easy fix in OpenStack.
On the other hand, there is a unique IPv6 issue that is irrelevant of OpenStack, i.e. Security Neighbor Discovery which overloads neighbor's cache. This issue should be fixed within router instead of OpenStack.
Jonne got an action to provide the group with draft of BP to fill in the gap of OpenStack iptables with IPv6 First-Hop Security. Jonne will share some thoughts in the mailing list before April 3, and group will discuss the BP draft on April 10. The plan is to have OPNFV internal review of the draft by the end of April so that we can have it discussed in OpenStack summit in May 18-22.
Sridhar is taking a day off on Friday. This item will be updated next week.
Mark will continue to work on it for the following 3 weeks. The target is April 10th, with progress update on March 27th and April 3rd.
Sridhar has posted a patch to mailing list. Mark needs to apply this patch to current OpenStack, and assess it if there is any other issue or not.