1 Introduction

1.1 The Director's Message

1.2 IETF Progress Report

1.3 Agenda of the Forty-Ninth IETF

1.4 IETF Overview

1.5 Future IETF Meeting Sites

1.6 On-Line IETF Information

2 Area and Working Group Reports

2.1 Applications Area

2.2 General Area

2.3 Internet Area

2.4 Operations and Management Area

2.5 Routing Area

2.6 Security Area

2.7 Transport Area

2.8 User Services Area

3 Plenary

4 Attendees

Working Groups That Did Not Meet

1 Introduction

1.1 The Director's Message

1.2 IETF Progress Report

1.3 Agenda of the Forty-Ninth IETF

1.4 IETF Overview

1.5 Future IETF Meeting Sites

1.6 On-Line IETF Information

2 Area and Working Group Reports

2.1 Applications Area

2.1.1 Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol (beep)

2.1.2 Calendaring and Scheduling (calsch)

2.1.3 Instant Messaging and Presence Protocol (impp)

2.1.4 Internet Fax (fax)

2.1.5 Internet Message Access Protocol Extension (imapext)

2.1.6 Internet Open Trading Protocol (trade)

2.1.7 LDAP (v3) Revision (ldapbis)

2.1.8 LDAP Duplication/Replication/Update Protocols (ldup)

2.1.9 LDAP Extension (ldapext)

2.1.10 Message Tracking Protocol (msgtrk)

2.1.11 NNTP Extensions (nntpext)

2.1.12 Telnet TN3270 Enhancements (tn3270e)

2.1.13 Voice Profile for Internet Mail (vpim)

2.1.14 WWW Distributed Authoring and Versioning (webdav)

2.1.15 Web Replication and Caching (wrec)

2.1.16 Web Versioning and Configuration Management (deltav)

2.1.17 Contextualization of Resolution BOF (c15n)

2.1.18 Content Distribution Internetworking BOF (cdnp)

2.1.19 Domain Registration Services BOF (domreg)

2.1.20 IMXP BOF (imxpbof)

2.1.21 Open Proxy Extended Services Architecture BOF (opes)

2.1.22 Presence and Instant Messaging Protocol BOF (prim)

2.1.23 SIP for Instant Messaging & Presence Leveraging Extensions BOF (simple)

2.1.24 Whois Protocol BOF (whois)

2.2 General Area

2.2.1 Common Control and Measurement Planes WG (coma)

2.3 Internet Area

2.3.1 AToM MIB (atommib)

2.3.2 DNS Extensions (dnsext)

2.3.3 Dynamic Host Configuration (dhc)

2.3.4 Frame Relay Service MIB (frnetmib)

2.3.5 ICMP Traceback (itrace)

2.3.6 IP over Cable Data Network (ipcdn)

2.3.7 IP over Fibre Channel (ipfc)

2.3.8 IPNG (ipngwg)

2.3.9 Internationalized Domain Name (idn)

2.3.10 Layer Two Tunneling Protocol Extensions (l2tpext)

2.3.11 Point-to-Point Protocol Extensions (pppext)

2.3.12 Zero Configuration Networking (zeroconf)

2.3.13 IP over Packet Transport Rings BOF (ipoptr)

2.3.14 How Should We Multihome In Ipv6 BOF (multi6)

2.4 Operations and Management Area

2.4.1 ADSL MIB (adslmib)

2.4.2 Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (aaa)

2.4.3 Benchmarking Methodology (bmwg)

2.4.4 Bridge MIB (bridge)

2.4.5 Configuration Management with SNMP (snmpconf)

2.4.6 Domain Name Server Operations (dnsop)

2.4.7 Internet Traffic Engineering (tewg)

2.4.8 MBONE Deployment (mboned)

2.4.9 Next Generation Structure of Management Information (sming)

2.4.10 Next Generation Transition (ngtrans)

2.4.11 Policy Framework (policy)

2.4.12 Remote Network Monitoring (rmonmib)

2.4.13 Resource Allocation Protocol (rap)

2.4.14 SNMP Version 3 (snmpv3)

2.4.15 Service Level Specification and Usage BOF (sls)

2.5 Routing Area

2.5.1 General Switch Management Protocol (gsmp)

2.5.2 IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts (mobileip)

2.5.3 IS-IS for IP Internets (isis)

2.5.4 Inter-Domain Multicast Routing (idmr)

2.5.5 Inter-Domain Routing (idr)

2.5.6 Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (manet)

2.5.7 Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (msdp)

2.5.8 Multiprotocol Label Switching (mpls)

2.5.9 Open Shortest Path First IGP (ospf)

2.5.10 Protocol Independent Multicast (pim)

2.5.11 Source-Specific Multicast (ssm)

2.5.12 IP over Optical WG (ipo)

2.5.13 Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks BOF (ppvpn)

2.6 Security Area

2.6.1 IP Security Policy (ipsp)

2.6.2 IP Security Protocol (ipsec)

2.6.3 IP Security Remote Access (ipsra)

2.6.4 Intrusion Detection Exchange Format (idwg)

2.6.5 Kerberized Internet Negotiation of Keys (kink)

2.6.6 Kerberos WG (krb-wg)

2.6.7 Public-Key Infrastructure (X.509) (pkix)

2.6.8 S/MIME Mail Security (smime)

2.6.9 Secure Shell (secsh)

2.6.10 Securely Available Credentials (sacred)

2.6.11 Security Issues in Network Event Logging (syslog)

2.6.12 Transport Layer Security (tls)

2.6.13 Multicast Security BOF (msec)

2.6.14 Telnet Security BOF (telsec)

2.7 Transport Area

2.7.1 Audio/Video Transport (avt)

2.7.2 Context and Micro-mobility Routing (seamoby)

2.7.3 Differentiated Services (diffserv)

2.7.4 IP Performance Metrics (ippm)

2.7.5 IP Storage (ips)

2.7.6 IP Telephony (iptel)

2.7.7 Integrated Services over Specific Link Layers (issll)

2.7.8 Media Gateway Control (megaco)

2.7.9 Multiparty Multimedia Session Control (mmusic)

2.7.10 Network Address Translators (nat)

2.7.11 Network File System Version 4 (nfsv4)

2.7.12 Performance Implications of Link Characteristics (pilc)

2.7.13 Reliable Multicast Transport (rmt)

2.7.14 Reliable Server Pooling (rserpool)

2.7.15 Robust Header Compression (rohc)

2.7.16 Service in the PSTN/IN Requesting InTernet Service (spirits)

2.7.17 Session Initiation Protocol (sip)

2.7.18 Signaling Transport (sigtran)

2.7.19 Telephone Number Mapping (enum)

2.7.20 Transport Area Working Group (tsvwg)

2.7.21 Forwarding and Control Element Separation BOF (forces)

2.7.22 Development of the Realtime Traffic Flow Measurement Architecture BOF (rtfm2)

2.7.23 Circuit Emulation over Transport BOF (ceot)

2.7.24 Middlebox Communication BOF (midcom)

2.8 User Services Area

2.8.1 User Services (uswg)

2.8.2 Web Elucidation of Internet-Related Developments (weird)

3 Plenary

4 Attendees