Welcome to this IETF MPLS-TP page
MPLS Transport Profile (MPLS-TP) is the name of a technology being standardized by the IETF with support from and partly based on requirements from the ITU-T. The other cornerstones for MPLS-TP incorporate requirements brought directly to the IETF by services providers.
The IETF has organized a design team to lead and coordinate the MPLS-TP standardization, the MEAD team (MPLS Interoperability Design Team).
The following Mail list is used to discuss MPLS-TP related issues.
MPLS-TP Internet Drafts and RFCs
Liaison history and Useful Links
Liaison Summary shows the liaisons on MPLS-TP occurred between the IETF and the ITU-T.
http://trac.tools.ietf.org/misc/mpls-tp-mib/wiki, a wiki has been set up to coordinate the work on the gap analysis for MPLS-TP MIBs.
MPLS-TP Steering Group
An MPLS-TP Steering Group has been established to oversee the management aspects of the work. The group is chaired by Malcolm Betts <Malcolm.BETTS@zte.com.cn> and Adrian Farrel <email@example.com>.
Members of the group hold management positions in the ITU-T and IETF. The objective of the group is to coordinate the work schedule, ensure that liaisons are up-to-date, and to resolve any issues and hot-spots.
The group will meet roughly once a month. Anyone with any concerns about process, schedules, or communications should bring their issues to any member of the group for inclusion on the next agenda.
The MEAD Team was closed on Monday 5th October 2009. All IETF MPLS-TP work is now carried out on the MPLS-TP mailing list.
Information about the MEAD Team
MEAD Team Chair
Loa Andersson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
MEAD Team Secretary
The MEAD team secretary is Elisa Bellagamba <email@example.com>