15:04:34 <sc68cal> #startmeeting neutron_ipv6
15:04:34 <openstack> Meeting started Tue Apr 21 15:04:34 2015 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is sc68cal. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
15:04:35 <openstack> Useful Commands: #action #agreed #help #info #idea #link #topic #startvote.
15:04:38 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'neutron_ipv6'
15:05:38 <SridharG> hello
15:06:27 * sc68cal is trying to find the spec for prefix delegation, to see if it got moved to liberty
15:07:12 <SridharG> sc68cal: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/topic:bp/ipv6-prefix-delegation,n,z
15:07:51 <SridharG> link to the spec: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/169242/
15:07:57 <sc68cal> SridharG: thanks
15:08:06 <SridharG> sc68cal: np
15:08:43 <sc68cal> So before I start a topic, does anyone have anything to discuss?
15:09:06 <sc68cal> I have something that is more organizational, but can wait until more important things are done
15:09:21 <SridharG> sc68cal: I want to discuss about two IPv6 related bugs in HA
15:09:56 <sc68cal> SridharG: be my guest
15:10:03 <SridharG> sc68cal: thanks.
15:10:17 <SridharG> When using multiple internal subnets, HA router functionality is broken
15:10:28 <SridharG> I've submitted a patch in this regard - https://review.openstack.org/#/c/175342/
15:10:41 <SridharG> and explained the problem statement as part of commit message.
15:11:19 <SridharG> The other issue which I want to highlight is the support for BP:IPv6-router in an HA router.
15:11:27 <SridharG> The corresponding patch is - https://review.openstack.org/#/c/173206/
15:11:54 <SridharG> I would appreciate any review comments for the above two patches.
15:12:00 <sc68cal> SridharG: commit message for 175342 is really good - explains the problem quite clearly
15:12:13 <SridharG> If anyone has any questions related to the patchsets, I'm happy to answer.
15:13:03 <sc68cal> SridharG: cool, I'll review both, although I am not a keepalived expert
15:13:50 <SridharG> thanks sc68cal.
15:19:02 <sc68cal> see a couple folks joining
15:20:11 <aveiga> o/
15:20:19 <aveiga> sorry, was firefighting
15:21:00 <sc68cal> aveiga: so since you brought up that RFC for doing NAT64 - can we expect a spec in the future?
15:21:07 <sc68cal> ;)
15:21:17 <aveiga> I'd love to, if I had dev resources to commit to it
15:21:23 <aveiga> I'm afraid of proposing something I can't back
15:22:21 <sc68cal> aveiga: since you're the SME, I think that's the hardest part. Once we have a good idea of what needs to be done, it can serve as a starting point for an eventual implemenation
15:22:31 <aveiga> well, alright then
15:22:39 <aveiga> I'll see if I can get it in by Vancouver :)
15:23:21 <sc68cal> I imagine it has telco/nfv relevance
15:23:58 <sc68cal> even if you do it over in the telo usecase repo you guys have, that's something we can refer to
15:26:17 <sc68cal> Anything else to discuss?
15:27:31 <john-davidge> IPv6 Prefix Delegation patch has been updated to align with the subnet allocation chnages
15:28:08 <john-davidge> we're no longer considering it WIP
15:28:13 <john-davidge> reviews appreciated https://review.openstack.org/#/c/158697/ :)
15:28:50 <sc68cal> john-davidge: excellent!
15:29:29 <john-davidge> also, we've posted a patch to update the spec to be more relevant to the actual implementation https://review.openstack.org/#/c/175803/
15:29:57 <sc68cal> john-davidge: perfect, I think that was a nit of mine when I reviewed the impl.
15:30:00 <john-davidge> the pluggable framework from Sam Bett's patch will go up as a new patch under the same BP
15:30:33 <john-davidge> a second BP will be up for review soon to get the discussion rolling on an in-tree DHCPv6 implementation
15:31:00 <john-davidge> sc68cal: Hope this addresses your concerns then :)
15:31:26 <sc68cal> john-davidge: I'll have to find some more trivial nits to make a big deal out of :)
15:31:45 <john-davidge> sc68cal: haha, looking forward to it!
15:32:02 <sc68cal> john-davidge: :) - I think we're really close. You've done a great job, keep it up!
15:32:48 <john-davidge> sc68cal: Thanks, baoli deserves at least half of the credit too!
15:34:33 <sc68cal> john-davidge: the only thing I can think of is your commit message, it mentions br-ex
15:34:42 <sc68cal> we may want to expand that a bit to discuss the bridge_mappings config knob
15:34:46 <sc68cal> or link to some docs
15:35:08 <john-davidge> ah yes, i suppose that's a bit specific to default devstack
15:35:41 <john-davidge> we're definitely going to need a doc with config guidelines for a PD server
15:35:47 <john-davidge> we have a few things in the works there
15:36:00 <sc68cal> john-davidge: you might want to take a look at the networking guide
15:36:28 <sc68cal> if you have an environment or docs already made, we can place it in the networking guide, since we're going to be adding an ipv6 section at some point
15:36:47 <sc68cal> that'll help on the DocImpact side
15:36:57 <john-davidge> link?
15:37:38 <sc68cal> john-davidge: https://github.com/openstack/openstack-manuals/tree/master/doc/networking-guide/source
15:37:46 <john-davidge> thanks
15:38:29 <john-davidge> do you see this fitting into a general IPv6 guide, or one specifically for PD?
15:38:47 <sc68cal> john-davidge: I think for now just go ahead and make a new RST file, for PD specifically
15:39:02 <sc68cal> we can link to it once we sort out the TOC for the ipv6 section
15:39:20 <john-davidge> ok great, will do
15:40:45 <sc68cal> john-davidge: if you get stuck or need help, I'd be happy to assist
15:41:36 <john-davidge> sc68cal: Tanks, will be sure to bug you if needed!
15:44:53 <sc68cal> Unless there's anything else, we can give everyone back 15 minutes
15:46:28 <sc68cal> ok everyone, until next week
15:46:34 <sc68cal> #endmeeting