This is the Web page of the SMIv2 design team, which is chartered to
work out a proposal for advancing the Structure of Management
Information version 2 (SMIv2), RFCs 1902, 1903 and 1904, to full standard
This Web page allows interested people to monitor and track our
progress. Details and the "rules of the game" can be found in the
charter of the SMIv2 design team.
The SMI design team collected a list of
issues and first decided whether the issues are in scope with
regard to the charter of the SMI design team. 23 out of 75 submitted
issues were rejected. The remaining issues were discussed one by one
in order to find a solution for the issue.
The SMIv2 design team worked through the list of accepted issues
towards a set of revised documents. However, the one member of the
design team had some problems with the result of this process.
Therefore the results have been published as private IDs:
A SMIv2 BOF session was held at the 42. IETF
meeting in Chicago in order to discuss the first proposal of the SMI
design team and any other outstanding issues. New deadlines were
|Date for submission of issues:||Sept 15|
|Date for resolution of issues:||Sept 29|
|New docuemnts: ||Middle of October|
The SMIv2 design team worked through the list of outstanding issues
and incorporated the decisions made at the SMIv2 BOF in Chicago into
the document set. The results have been published as the following
Change bar versions relative to the previous I-Ds are also available:
The IETF issued a Last Call in order to
move the SMIv2 IDs to full Standard status. The Last Call period ended
at January 6, 1999. The SMIv2 design team maintains a list of comments received during the Last Call
period. The design team also collected an implementation and usage report.
The SMIv2 design team integrated comments received during the IETF
last call period. The results have been published as the following
The final RFCs defining SMIv2 have been published as Internet Standard
58 in April 1999: