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Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
1


Submission Title:

[
OpenSG

San Francisco
Bootcamp



Network
Interoperability
]


Date Submitted:
[
February 1st, 2010
]


Source:

[
Don Sturek
] Company [
PG&E
]

Address
[
77 Beale Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
]

Voice [+
1 619 504 3615
], E
-
Mail:[
d.sturek@att.net
]


Re:

[
OpenSG

Communications
Bootcamp



Network Interoperability
]

Abstract:

[
Bootcamp

Presentation on Network Interoperability
]

Purpose:

[
Bootcamp

Presentation
]



Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
2

Network Interoperability


Draft Scope/Charter document for discussion at SF
face to face


Draft requirements document outline for discussion at
SF face to face


Since we are using IP, draft requirements document
needs to address the following types of issues as
they apply across platforms:


Collection of RFCs used (from SE 2.0 TRD)


Security protocols and cipher suites (from SE 2.0 TRD)


Application support protocols (from SE 2.0)


Policies, procedures and other considerations (
eg

firewalls,
etc.) that are needed for cross platform deployments


What else?



Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
3

Network Interoperability


From the draft Scope/Charter:


Identify and articulate premise Network Interoperability
requirements. Engage with Standards Development
Organizations (SDOs) and vendor consortiums to realize
realize

implementation specifications and conformance
programs based on the requirements.


Premise networks cover commercial, industrial and home
area networks employing
OpenSG

requirements
specifications. Ensure that the Network Interoperability
requirements cover all market segments.


Align all premise Network Interoperability requirements with
the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Guidelines (Version 1.0
and any subsequent updates).




Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
4

Network Interoperability


Proposed deliverables:


Creation of a Network Interoperability System Requirements
Specification for premise platforms employing multiple physical
network interfaces;


Outreach and engagement with SDO’s and vendor consortiums
embracing and deploying the Network Interoperability System
Requirements to realize standards and conformance programs
based on the requirements;


The Network Interoperability Task Force will create, distribute and
maintain a schedule and roadmap detailing the tasks and
milestones that comprise the group's work;


The Task Force shall assist the Conformity Task Group in their job
in defining the test plans and protocol interchange conformance
statements (PICs) to apply certification to the components in its
charter..




Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
5

Network Interoperability


System Requirements Specification:


Requirements for certification of single interface platforms


MAC/PHY requirements (IEEE 802.2 compliant, IETF RFC 1042)


Network requirements (RFCs for: IPv6, ICMP, UDP, TCP)


Platform requirements (RFCs for HTTP 1.1, REST architectural
description, W3C EXI)


Internetworking requirements


Edge routing requirements (RFCs for: OSPF, RIP, etc.)


Avoid
pairwise

interface internetworking requirements


Policies, Best Common Practices, etc.


Commissioning, Configuration and Maintenance


Edge firewalling (aligned with SG
-
Security)


Design for conformance test (aligned with SG
-
Conformity)


Software/firmware update (aligned with
OpenHAN
)


Security provisioning and revocation (aligned with SG
-
Security)





Submission

February 2010

Don Sturek, PG&E

Slide
6

Network Interoperability


Call for participation:


Please e
-
mail: Don Sturek,
d.sturek@att.net


Process:


Update/approve the draft Scope/Charter


Submit to
OpenSG

TC for approval


Review the Requirements Specification Outline,
update/approve and begin work


Outreach to SDO’s, vendor consortiums:


IETF, IEEE


ZigBee Alliance,
HomePlug

Alliance


Other SDO’s and vendor consortiums working on SE 2.0