1 Introduction

1.1 Acknowledgements

1.2 IETF Progress Report

1.3 Agenda of IETF 68

1.4 IETF Overview

1.5 Future IETF Meeting Sites

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 Real-time Applications and Infrastructure Area

2.6 Routing Area

2.7 Security Area

2.8 Transport Area

3 Plenary

4 Training

4.1 Welcome Reception Training

4.2 Newcomer's Training Training

4.3 Working Group Leadership Tutorial Training

4.4 What Should Spec Writers Know about IPv6? Training

4.5 Bringing New Work to the IETF Training

4.6 Writing an RFC: The Definitive Guide by the RFC Editor Training

4.7 Security Tutorial Training

5 Internet Research Task Force

5.1 (HIPRG) Host Identity Protocol

5.2 (MobOpts) IP Mobility Optimizations Research Group

5.3 (NMRG) Network Management Research Group

5.4 (RRG) Routing Research Group

6 Attendees

7 Interim Working Group Meetings

7.1 (capwap) Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points

7.2 (hokey) Handover Keying

2 Area and Working Group Reports

2.1 Applications Area

2.1.1 (apparea) Applications Area Open Meeting

2.1.2 (calsify) Calendaring and Scheduling Standards Simplification

2.1.3 (eai) Email Address Internationalization

2.1.4 (fsm) Formal State Machines

2.1.5 (lemonade) Enhancements to Internet email to Support Diverse Service Environments

2.1.6 (sieve) Sieve Mail Filtering Language

2.1.7 Groups that did not meet

2.2 General Area

2.2.1 (ipr) Intellectual Property Rights

2.2.2 Groups that did not meet

2.3 Internet Area

2.3.1 (16ng) IP over IEEE 802.16 Networks

2.3.2 (6lowpan) IPv6 over Low power WPAN

2.3.3 (ancp) Access Node Control Protocol

2.3.4 (autoconf) Ad-Hoc Network Autoconfiguration

2.3.5 (dhc) Dynamic Host Configuration

2.3.6 (dna) Detecting Network Attachment

2.3.7 (dnsext) DNS Extensions

2.3.8 (intarea) Internet Area Open Meeting

2.3.9 (ipdvb) IP over DVB

2.3.10 (l2vpn) Layer 2 Virtual Private Networks

2.3.11 (l3vpn) Layer 3 Virtual Private Networks

2.3.12 (mip4) Mobility for IPv4

2.3.13 (mip6) Mobility for IPv6

2.3.14 (mipshop) Mobility for IP: Performance, Signaling and Handoff Optimization

2.3.15 (monami6) Mobile Nodes and Multiple Interfaces in IPv6

2.3.16 (nemo) Network Mobility

2.3.17 (netlmm) Network-based Localized Mobility Management

2.3.18 (ntp) Network Time Protocol

2.3.19 (pana) Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access

2.3.20 (pwe3) Pseudowire Emulation Edge to Edge

2.3.21 (sava) Source Address Validation Architecture

2.3.22 (softwire) Softwires

2.3.23 (tictoc) Timing over IP Connection and Transfer of Clock

2.3.24 (trill) Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links

2.3.25 Groups that did not meet

2.4 Operations and Management Area

2.4.1 (adslmib) ADSL MIB

2.4.2 (bmwg) Benchmarking Methodology

2.4.3 (capwap) Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points

2.4.4 (dime) Diameter Maintenance and Extensions

2.4.5 (dnsop) Domain Name System Operations

2.4.6 (ipfix) IP Flow Information Export

2.4.7 (mboned) MBONE Deployment

2.4.8 (netconf) Network Configuration

2.4.9 (opsarea) Operations & Management Area Open Meeting

2.4.10 (radext) RADIUS EXTensions

2.4.11 (v6ops) IPv6 Operations

2.4.12 Groups that did not meet

2.5 Real-time Applications and Infrastructure Area

2.5.1 (avt) Audio/Video Transport

2.5.2 (bliss) Basic Level of Interoperability for SIP Services

2.5.3 (ecrit) Emergency Context Resolution with Internet Technologies

2.5.4 (enum) Telephone Number Mapping

2.5.5 (geopriv) Geographic Location/Privacy

2.5.6 (hiccup) Harnessing IP for Critical Communications Using Precedence

2.5.7 (mediactrl) Media Server Control

2.5.8 (mmusic) Multiparty Multimedia Session Control

2.5.9 (p2psip) Peer-to-Peer Session Initiation Protocol

2.5.10 (rtpsec) RTP Secure Keying

2.5.11 (simple) SIP for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions

2.5.12 (sip) Session Initiation Protocol

2.5.13 (sipping) Session Initiation Proposal Investigation

2.5.14 (speermint) Session PEERing for Multimedia INTerconnect

2.5.15 (xcon) Centralized Conferencing

2.5.16 Groups that did not meet

2.6 Routing Area

2.6.1 (bfd) Bidirectional Forwarding Detection

2.6.2 (ccamp) Common Control and Measurement Plane

2.6.3 (forces) Forwarding and Control Element Separation

2.6.4 (idr) Inter-Domain Routing

2.6.5 (isis) IS-IS for IP Internets

2.6.6 (l1vpn) Layer 1 Virtual Private Networks

2.6.7 (manet) Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

2.6.8 (mpls) Multiprotocol Label Switching

2.6.9 (ospf) Open Shortest Path First IGP

2.6.10 (pce) Path Computation Element

2.6.11 (pim) Protocol Independent Multicast

2.6.12 (rtgarea) Routing Area Open Meeting

2.6.13 (sidr) Secure Inter-Domain Routing

2.6.14 Groups that did not meet

2.7 Security Area

2.7.1 (btns) Better-Than-Nothing Security

2.7.2 (dkim) Domain Keys Identified Mail

2.7.3 (emu) EAP Method Update

2.7.4 (hokey) Handover Keying

2.7.5 (ifare) IPsec FAilover and REdundancy

2.7.6 (isms) Integrated Security Model for SNMP

2.7.7 (keyprov) Provisioning of Symmetric Keys

2.7.8 (krb-wg) Kerberos

2.7.9 (ltans) Long-Term Archive and Notary Services

2.7.10 (nea) Network Endpoint Assessment

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

2.7.12 (saag) Security Area Open Meeting

2.7.13 (sasl) Simple Authentication and Security Layer

2.7.14 (smime) S/MIME Mail Security

2.7.15 (tls) Transport Layer Security

2.7.16 Groups that did not meet

2.8 Transport Area

2.8.1 (behave) Behavior Engineering for Hindrance Avoidance

2.8.2 (dccp) Datagram Congestion Control Protocol

2.8.3 (fecframe) FEC Framework

2.8.4 (ippm) IP Performance Metrics

2.8.5 (nfsv4) Network File System Version 4

2.8.6 (nsis) Next Steps in Signaling

2.8.7 (pcn) Congestion and Pre-Congestion Notification

2.8.8 (rmt) Reliable Multicast Transport

2.8.9 (tcpm) TCP Maintenance and Minor Extensions

2.8.10 (tsvarea) Transport Area Open Meeting

2.8.11 (tsvwg) Transport Area Working Group

2.8.12 Groups that did not meet