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RFC 6313, "Export of Structured Data in IP Flow Information Export (IPFIX)", July 2011

Source of RFC: ipfix (ops)

Errata ID: 2925
Status: Held for Document Update
Type: Editorial
Publication Format(s) : TEXT

Reported By: Paul Aitken
Date Reported: 2011-08-08
Held for Document Update by: ron bonica

Section Appendix A says:

     <enumeration value="basicList">
       <annotation>
         <documentation>
           Represents a list of zero or more instances of
           any Information Element, primarily used for
           single-valued data types.  Examples include a list of port
           numbers, a list of interface indexes, and a list of AS in a
           BGP AS-PATH.
         </documentation>
       </annotation>
     </enumeration>

...

     <enumeration value="subTemplateList">
       <annotation>
         <documentation>
           Represents a list of zero or more instances of a
           structured data type, where the data type of each list
           element is the same and corresponds with a single
           Template Record.  Examples include a structured data type
           composed of multiple pairs of ("MPLS label stack entry
           position", "MPLS label stack value"), a structured
           data type composed of performance metrics, and a
           structured data type composed of multiple pairs of IP
           address.
         </documentation>
       </annotation>
     </enumeration>

...

     <enumeration value="subTemplateMultiList">
       <annotation>
         <documentation>
           Represents a list of zero or more instances of
           structured data types, where the data type of each
           list element can be different and corresponds with
           different Template definitions.  An example is a
           structured data type composed of multiple
           access-list entries, where entries can be
           composed of different criteria types.
         </documentation>
       </annotation>
     </enumeration>

It should say:

         <enumeration value="basicList">
           <annotation>
             <documentation>The type "basicList" represents a list
               of zero or more instances of any Information Element,
               primarily used for single-valued data types.
               Examples include a list of port numbers,
               a list of interface indexes,
               and a list of AS in a BGP AS-PATH.
             </documentation>
           </annotation>
         </enumeration>

...

         <enumeration value="subTemplateList">
           <annotation>
             <documentation>The type "subTemplateList" represents a list
               of zero or more instances of a structured data type,
               where the data type of each list element is the same
               and corresponds with a single Template Record.  Examples include
               a structured data type composed of multiple pairs of
               ("MPLS label stack entry position", "MPLS label stack value"),
               a structured data type composed of performance metrics, and
               a structured data type composed of multiple pairs of IP address.
             </documentation>
           </annotation>
         </enumeration>

...

         <enumeration value="subTemplateMultiList">
           <annotation>
             <documentation>The type "subTemplateMultiList" represents a list
               of zero or more instances of structured data types,
               where the data type of each list element can be different
               and corresponds with different Template definitions.
               An example is a structured data type composed of multiple
               access-list entries, where entries can be composed of
               different criteria types.
             </documentation>
           </annotation>
         </enumeration>

Notes:

Addition of 'The type "basicList"', 'The type "subTemplateList"' and 'The type "subTemplateMultiList"', for consistency with the existing descriptions which all begin 'The type xxx ...'.

Note that this refers to text on page 63, for modifications to the IPFIX schema. The schema has been updated with the corrected text above.

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