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Network Working Group                                        J. Reynolds
Request for Comments: 1000                                     J. Postel
                                                                     ISI
                                                             August 1987

Obsoletes: RFCs 084, 100, 160, 170, 200, 598, 699, 800, 899, 999

                THE REQUEST FOR COMMENTS REFERENCE GUIDE

STATUS OF THIS MEMO

   This RFC is a reference guide for the Internet community which
   summarizes of all the Request for Comments issued between April 1969
   and March 1987.  This guide also categorizes the RFCs by topic.

INTRODUCTION

   This RFC Reference Guide is intended to provide a historical account
   by categorizing and summarizing of the Request for Comments numbers 1
   through 999 issued between the years 1969-1987.  These documents have
   been crossed referenced to indicate which RFCs are current, obsolete,
   or revised.  Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

THE ORIGINS OF RFCS - by Stephen D. Crocker

   The DDN community now includes hundreds of nodes and thousands of
   users, but once it was all a gleam in Larry Roberts' eye.  While much
   of the development proceeded according to a grand plan, the design of
   the protocols and the creation of the RFCs was largely accidental.

   The procurement of the ARPANET was initiated in the summer of 1968 --
   Remember Vietnam, flower children, etc?  There had been prior
   experiments at various ARPA sites to link together computer systems,
   but this was the first version to explore packet-switching on a grand
   scale.  ("ARPA" didn't become "DARPA" until 1972.)  Unlike most of
   the ARPA/IPTO procurements of the day, this was a competitive
   procurement. The contract called for four IMPs to be delivered to
   UCLA, SRI, UCSB and The University of Utah.  These sites were running
   a Sigma 7 with the SEX operating system, an SDS 940 with the Genie
   operating system, an IBM 360/75 with OS/MVT (or perhaps OS/MFT), and
   a DEC PDP-10 with the Tenex operating system.  Options existed for
   additional nodes if the first experiments were successful.  BBN won
   the procurement in December 1968, but that gets ahead of this story.

   Part of the reason for selecting these four sites was these were
   existing ARPA computer science research contractors.  The precise
   usage of the ARPANET was not spelled out in advance, and the research
   community could be counted on to take some initiative.  To stimulate
   this process, a meeting was called during the summer with
   representatives from the selected sites, chaired by Elmer Shapiro

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   from SRI.  If memory serves me correctly, Jeff Rulifson came from
   SRI, Ron Stoughton from UCSB, Steve Carr from Utah and I came from
   UCLA. (Apologies to anyone I've left out; records are inaccessible or
   lost at this point.)  At this point we knew only that the network was
   coming, but the precise details weren't known.

   That first meeting was seminal.  We had lots of questions -- how IMPs
   and hosts would be connected, what hosts would say to each other, and
   what applications would be supported.  No one had any answers, but
   the prospects seemed exciting.  We found ourselves imagining all
   kinds of possibilities -- interactive graphics, cooperating
   processes, automatic data base query, electronic mail -- but no one
   knew where to begin.  We weren't sure whether there was really room
   to think hard about these problems; surely someone from the east
   would be along by and by to bring the word.  But we did come to one
   conclusion: We ought to meet again.  Over the next several months, we
   managed to parlay that idea into a series of exchange meetings at
   each of our sites, thereby setting the most important precedent in
   protocol design.

   The first few meetings were quite tenuous.  We had no official
   charter.  Most of us were graduate students and we expected that a
   professional crew would show up eventually to take over the problems
   we were dealing with.  Without clear definition of what the host-IMP
   interface would look like, or even what functions the IMP would
   provide, we focused on exotic ideas.  We envisioned the possibility
   of application specific protocols, with code downloaded to user
   sites, and we took a crack at designing a language to support this.
   The first version was known as DEL, for "Decode-Encode Language" and
   a later version was called NIL, for "Network Interchange Language."
   When the IMP contract was finally let and BBN provided some definite
   information on the host-IMP interface, all attention shifted to
   low-level matters and the ambitious ideas for automatic downloading
   of code evaporated.  It was several years before ideas like remote
   procedure calls and typed objects reappeared.

   In February of 1969 we met for the first time with BBN.  I don't
   think any of us were prepared for that meeting.  The BBN folks, led
   by Frank Heart, Bob Kahn, Severo Ornstein and Will Crowther, found
   themselves talking to a crew of graduate students they hadn't
   anticipated.  And we found ourselves talking to people whose first
   concern was how to get bits to flow quickly and reliably but hadn't
   -- of course -- spent any time considering the thirty or forty layers
   of protocol above the link level.  And while BBN didn't take over the
   protocol design process, we kept expecting that an official protocol
   design team would announce itself.

   A month later, after a particularly delightful meeting in Utah, it
   became clear to us that we had better start writing down our

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   discussions.  We had accumulated a few notes on the design of DEL and
   other matters, and we decided to put them together in a set of notes.
   I remember having great fear that we would offend whomever the
   official protocol designers were, and I spent a sleepless night
   composing humble words for our notes.  The basic ground rules were
   that anyone could say anything and that nothing was official.  And to
   emphasize the point, I labeled the notes "Request for Comments."  I
   never dreamed these notes would distributed through the very medium
   we were discussing in these notes.  Talk about Sorcerer's Apprentice!

   Over the spring and summer of 1969 we grappled with the detailed
   problems of protocol design.  Although we had a vision of the vast
   potential for intercomputer communication, designing usable protocols
   was another matter.  A custom hardware interface and custom intrusion
   into the operating system was going to be required for anything we
   designed, and we anticipated serious difficulty at each of the sites.
   We looked for existing abstractions to use.  It would have been
   convenient if we could have made the network simply look like a tape
   drive to each host, but we knew that wouldn't do.

   It was clear we needed to support remote login for interactive use --
   later known as Telnet -- and we needed to move files from machine to
   machine.  We also knew that we needed a more fundamental point of
   view for building a larger array of protocols.  Unfortunately,
   operating systems of that era tended to view themselves as the center
   of the universe; symmetric cooperation did not fit into the concepts
   currently available within these operating systems.  And time was
   pressing: The first IMP was due to be delivered to UCLA September 1,
   1969, and the rest were scheduled at monthly intervals.

   At UCLA we scrambled to build a host-IMP interface.  SDS, the builder
   of the Sigma 7, wanted many months and many dollars to do the job.
   Mike Wingfield, another grad student at UCLA, stepped in and offered
   to get interface built in six weeks for a few thousand dollars.  He
   had a gorgeous, fully instrumented interface working in five and one
   half weeks.  I was in charge of the software, and we were naturally
   running a bit late.  September 1 was Labor Day, so I knew I had a
   couple of extra days to debug the software.  Moreover, I had heard
   BBN was having some timing troubles with the software, so I had some
   hope they'd miss the ship date.  And I figured that first some
   Honeywell people would install the hardware -- IMPs were built out of
   Honeywell 516s in those days -- and then BBN people would come in a
   few days later to shake down the software.  An easy couple of weeks
   of grace.

   BBN fixed their timing trouble, air shipped the IMP, and it arrived
   on our loading dock on Saturday, August 30.  They arrived with the
   IMP, wheeled it into our computer room, plugged it in and the

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   software restarted from where it had been when the plug was pulled in
   Cambridge.  Still Saturday, August 30.  Panic time at UCLA.

   The second IMP was delivered to SRI at the beginning of October, and
   ARPA's interest was intense.  Larry Roberts and Barry Wessler came by
   for a visit on November 21, and we actually managed to demonstrate a
   Telnet-like connection to SRI.

   With the pressure to get something working and the general confusion
   as to how to achieve the high generality we all aspired to, we punted
   and defined the first set of protocols to include only Telnet and FTP
   functions.  In particular, only asymmetric, user-server relationships
   were supported.  In December 1969, we met with Larry Roberts in Utah,
   and suffered our first direct experience with "redirection".  Larry
   made it abundantly clear that our first step was not big enough, and
   we went back to the drawing board.  Over the next few months we
   designed a symmetric host-host protocol, and we defined an abstract
   implementation of the protocol known as the Network Control Program.
   ("NCP" later came to be used as the name for the protocol, but it
   originally meant the program within the operating system that managed
   connections.  The protocol itself was known blandly only as the
   host-host protocol.)  Along with the basic host-host protocol, we
   also envisioned a hierarchy of protocols, with Telnet, FTP and some
   splinter protocols as the first examples.  If we had only consulted
   the ancient mystics, we would have seen immediately that seven layers
   were required.

   The initial experiment had been declared an immediate success and the
   network continued to grow.  More and more people started coming to
   meetings, and the Network Working Group began to take shape.  Working
   Group meetings started to have 50 and 100 people in attendance
   instead of the half dozen we had had in 1968 and early 1969.  We held
   one meeting in conjunction with the Spring Joint Computer Conference
   in Atlantic City in 1971.  In October 1971 we all convened at MIT for
   a major protocol "fly-off".  Representatives from each site were on
   hand, and everyone tried to log in to everyone else's site.  With the
   exception of one site that was completely down, the matrix was almost
   completely filled in, and we had reached a major milestone in
   connectivity.

   The rapid growth of the network and the working group also led to a
   large pile of RFCs.  When the 100th RFC was in sight, Peggy Karp took
   on the task of indexing them.  That seemed like a large task then,
   and we could have hardly anticipated seeing more than a 1000 RFCs
   several years later.

   Where will it end?  The network has the exceeded all estimates of its
   growth.  It has been transformed, extended, cloned, renamed and
   reimplemented.  I doubt if there is a single computer still on the

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   network that was on it in 1971.  But the RFCs march on.  Maybe I'll
   write a few words for RFC 10,000.

REQUEST FOR COMMENTS BY CATEGORIES

   The RFCs are categorized into several broad groups and within these
   groups are subdivided by topic.  For example, the RFCs relating to
   file transfer are in 5 (Applications) c (File Transfer).

   1.  Administrative

      1a.  Assigned Numbers RFCs

         997, 990, 960, 943, 923, 900, 870, 820, 790, 776, 770, 762,
         758, 755, 750, 739, 717, 604, 503, 433, 349, 322, 317, 204,
         179, 175, 167.

      1b.  Official Protocols RFCs

         991, 961, 944, 924, 901, 880, 840, 694, 661, 617, 582, 580,
         552.
         774 - Internet Protocol Handbook Table of Contents

      1c.  Meeting Notes and Minutes

         898 - Gateway Special Interest Group Meeting Notes
         808, 805, 469 - Computer Mail Meeting Notes
         910, 807 - Multimedia Mail Meeting Notes
         585 - ARPANET Users Interest Working Group Meeting
         549, 396, 282, 253 - Graphics Meeting Notes
         371 - International Computer Communications Conference
         327 - Data and File Transfer Workshop Notes
         316 - Data Management Working Group Meeting Report
         164, 131, 116, 108, 101, 082, 077, 066, 063, 037, 021 - Network
               Working Group Meeting

      1d.  Meeting Announcements and Group Overviews

         828 - Data Communications:  IFIP's International "Network" of
               Experts
         631 - Call for Papers:  International Meeting on Minicomputers
               and Data Communication
         584 - Charter for ARPANET Users Interest Working Group
         537 - Announcement of NGG Meeting
         526 - Technical Meeting - Digital Image Processing Software
               Systems
         504 - Workshop Announcement
         483 - Cancellation of the Resource Notebook Framework Meeting
         474, 314, 246, 232, 134 - Network Graphics Working Group

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         471 - Announcement of a (Tentative) Workshop on Multi-Site
               Executive Programs
         461 - Telnet Meeting Announcement
         457 - TIPUG
         456 - Memorandum
         454 - File Transfer Protocol Meeting Announcement
         453 - Meeting Announcement to Discuss a Network Mail System
         374 - IMP System Announcement
         359 - The Status of the Release of the New IMP System (2600)
         343, 331 - IMP System Change Notification
         324 - RJE Protocol Meeting
         323 - Formation of Network Measurement Group (NMG)
         320 - Workshop on Hard Copy Line Graphics
         309 - Data and File Transfer Workshop Announcement
         299 - Information Management System
         295 - Report of the Protocol Workshop
         291, 188, 173 - Data Management Meetings
         245, 234, 207, 188, 173, 140, 116, 099, 087, 085, 075, 043, 035
               - Network Working Group Meetings
         222 - System Programmer's Workshop
         212 - NWG Meeting on Network Usage
         157 - Invitation to the Second Symposium on Problems in the
               Optimization of Data Communication Systems
         149 - The Best Laid Plans...
         147 - The Definition of a Socket
         111 - Pressure from the Chairman
         048 - A Possible Protocol Plateau
         046 - ARPA Network Protocol Notes

      1e.  Distribution List

         402, 363, 329, 303, 300, 211, 168, 155 - ARPA Network Mailing
               Lists
         069 - Distribution List Change for MIT
         052 - Updated Distribution List

      1f.  Policies

         980 - Protocol Document Order Form
         952, 810, 608 - Host Table Specification
         945 - A DoD Statement on the NRC Report
         902 - ARPA-Internet Protocol Policy
         849 - Suggestions for Improved Host Table Distribution
         678 - Document Formats
         602 - The Stockings Were Hung by the Chimney With Care
         115 - Some Network Information Center Policies on Handling
               Documents
         053 - An Official Protocol Mechanism

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      1g.  Request for Comments Administrative

         999, 899, 800, 699 - Requests for Comments Summary
         825 - Request for Comments on Requests for Comments
         629 - Scenario for Using the Network Journal
         628 - Status of RFC Numbers and a Note on Pre-assigned Journal
               Numbers
         598, 200, 170, 160, 100, 084 - RFC Index

      1h.  Bibliographies

         829 - Packet Satellite Technology Reference Sources
         290 - Computer Network and Data Sharing: A Bibliography
         243 - Network and Data Sharing Bibliography

      1i.  Other

         637 - Change of Network Address for SU-DSL
         634 - Change in Network Address for Haskins Lab
         616 - Latest Network Maps
         609 - Statement of Upcoming Move of NIC/NLS Service
         590 - MULTICS Address Change
         588 - London Node is Now Up
         551 - NYU, ANL, and LBL Joining the Net
         544 - Locating On-Line Documentation at SRI-ARC
         543 - Network Journal Submission and Delivery
         518 - ARPANET Accounts
         511 - Enterprise Phone Service to NIC From ARPANET Sites
         510 - Request for Network Mailbox Addresses
         432 - Network Logical Map
         423, 389 - UCLA Campus Computing Network Liaison Staff for APRA
               Network
         421 - A Software Consulting Service for Network Users
         419 - MIT-DMS on Vacation
         416 - The ARC System will be Unavailable for Use During
               Thanksgiving Week
         405 - Correction to RFC 404
         404 - Host Address Changes Involving Rand and ISI
         403 - Desirability of a Network 1108 Service
         386 - Letter to TIP Users - 2
         384 - Official Site IDENTS for Organizations in the ARPA
               Networks
         381 - Three Aids to Improved Network Operation
         356 - ARPA Network Control Center
         334 - Network Use on May 8
         305 - Unknown Host Numbers
         301 - BBN IMP No. 5 and NCC Schedule for March 4, 1972
         276 - NIC Course
         249 - Coordination of Equipment and Supplies Purchase

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         223 - Network Information Center Schedule for Network Users
         185 - NIC Distribution of Manuals and Handbooks
         154 - Exposition Style
         136 - Host Accounting and Administrative Procedures
         118 - Information Required for Each Service Available to the
               Network
         095 - Distribution of NWG/RFC's Through the NIC
         016 - MIT

   2.  ARPANET Host to Host Protocol

      2a.  Network Control Protocol

         801 - NCP/TCP Transition Plan
         773 - Comments on NCP/TCP Mail Service Transition Strategy
         714 - A Host/Host Protocol for an ARPANET-type Network
         689 - Tenex NCP Finite State Machine for Connections
         663 - A Lost Message Detection and Recovery Protocol
         636 - TIP/TENEX Reliability Improvements
         635 - An Assessment of ARPANET Protocols
         534, 516, 512 - Lost Message Detection
         492, 467 - Proposed Change to Host-Host Protocol
               Resynchronization of Connection Status
         489 - Comment on Resynchronization of Connection Status
               Proposal
         425 - "But my NCP Costs $500 a day..."
         210 - Improvement of Flow Control
         197 - Initial Connection Protocol - Revised
         176 - Comments on Byte Size for Connections
         165 - A Proferred Official Initial Connection Protocol
         147 - The Definition of a Socket
         142 - Time-out Mechanism in the Host-Host Protocol
         132, 124, 107, 102 - Output of the Host-Host Protocol Glitch
               Cleaning Committee
         129 - A Request for Comments on Socket Name Structure
         128 - Bytes
         117 - Some Comments on the Official Protocol
         072 - Proposed Moratorium on Changes to Network Protocol
         068 - Comments on Memory Allocation Control Commands (CEASE,
               ALL, GVB, RET) and RFNM
         065 - Comments on Host-Host Protocol Document Number 1
         060 - A Simplified NCP Protocol
         059 - Flow Control-Fixed Versus Demand Allocation
         058 - Logical Message Synchronization
         057, 054 - An Official Protocol Proffering
         056 - Third Level Protocol
         055 - A Prototypical Implementation of the NCP
         050, 049, 048, 047, 046, 045, 044, 040, 039, 038, 036, 033 -
               New Host-Host Protocol

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         042 - Message Data Types
         023 - Transmission of Multiple Control Messages
         022 - Host-Host Control Message Formats
         018 - Comments Re: Host-Host control link
         015 - Network Subsystem for Time Sharing Hosts
         011 - Implementation of the Host-Host Software Procedures in
               GORDO
         009, 001 - Host Software
         008 - ARPA Network Functional Specifications
         005 - DEL
         002 - Links

      2b.  Initial Connection Protocol

         202 - Possible Deadlock in ICP
         197 - Initial Connection Protocol - Revised
         161 - A Solution to the Race Condition in the ICP
         151, 148, 143, 127, 123 - A Proferred Official ICP
         150 - The Use of IPC Facilities
         145 - Initial Connection Protocol Control Commands
         093 - Initial Connection Protocol
         080 - Protocol and Data Formats
         066 - 3rd Level Ideas and Other Noise

   3.  Internet Level

      3a.  Internet Protocol

         815 - IP Datagram Reassembly Algorithms
         791, 760 - Internet Protocol (IP)
         781 - A Specification of the Internet Protocol IP Timestamp
               Option

      3b.  Internet Control Message Protocol

         792, 777 - Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

      3c.  Gateway Protocols

         985 - Requirements for Internet Gateways
         975 - Autonomous Confederations
         970 - On Packet Switches With Infinite Storage
         911 - EGP Gateway under Berkeley Unix
         904, 890, 888, 827 -  Exterior Gateway Protocol
         875 - Gateways, Architectures, and Heffalumps
         823 - Gateway Gateway Protocol

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      3d.  Other

         986 - Working Draft - Guidelines for the Use of Internet-IP
               Addressing in the ISO Connectionless-Mode Network
         981 - An Experimental Multiple-Path Routing Algorithm
         963 - Some Problems with the Specification of the Military
               Standard Internet Protocol
         950 - Internet Standard Subnetting Procedure
         947 - Multi-Network Broadcasting Within the Internet
         940, 917, 925, 932, 936, 922 - Internet Subnets Protocol
         925, 917, 826 - Multi-LAN Address Resolution Protocol
         919, 922 - Broadcasting Internet Datagrams
         891 - DCN Local-Network Protocols
         871 - A Perspective on the ARPANET Reference Model
         831 - Backup Access to the European Side of SATNET
         817 - Modularity and Efficiency in Protocol Implementation
         816 - Fault Isolation and Recovery
         814 - Name, Addresses, Ports, and Routes
         796 - Address Mapping
         795 - Service Mappings
         730 - Extensible Field Addressing

   4.  Host Level

      4a.  User Datagram Protocol

         768 - User Datagram Protocol

      4b.  Transmission Control Protocol

         983 - ISO Transport Services on Top of the TCP
         964 - Some Problems with the Specification of the Military
               Standard Transmission Control Protocol
         896 - Congestion Control in IP/TCP Internetworks
         889 - Internet Delay Experiments
         879 - The TCP Maximum Segment Size and Related Topics
         872 - TCP-ON-A-LAN
         817 - Modularity and Efficiency in Protocol Implementation
         816 - Fault Isolation and Recovery
         814 - Name, Addresses, Ports, and Routes
         794 - Pre-Emption
         793, 761, 675 - Transmission Control Protocol
         721 - Out of Band Control Signals in a Host to Host Protocol
         700 - A Protocol Experiment

      4c.  Transaction Protocols and Distributed Operating Systems

         955 - Towards a Transport Service for Transaction Processing
               Applications

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         938 - Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol Functional and
               Interface Specification
         908 - Reliable Data Protocol
         722 - Thoughts on Interactions in Distributed Services
         713 - MSDTP -- Message Services Data Transmission Protocol
         712 - A Distributed Capability Computing System DCCS
         708 - Elements of a Distributed Programming System
         707 - A High-Level Framework for Network-Based Resource Sharing
         684 - A Commentary on Procedure Calling as A Network Protocol
         677 - The Maintenance of Duplicate Databases
         674 - Procedure Call Documents--Version 2
         672 - A Multi-Site Data Collection Facility
         671 - A Note on Reconnection Protocol
         645 - Network Standard Data Specification Syntax
         615 - Proposed Network Standard Data Pathname Syntax
         610 - Further Datalanguage Design Concepts
         592 - Some Thoughts on System Design to Facilitate Resource
               Sharing
         578 - Using MIT-MATHLAB MACSYMA From MIT-DMS Muddle - An
               Experiment in Automated Resource Sharing
         515 - Specifications for Datalanguage, Version 0/9
         500 - The Integration of Data Management Systems on a Computer
               Network
         441 - Inter-Entity Communication - An Experiment
         437 - Data Reconfiguration Service at UCSB
         203 - Achieving Reliable Communication
         076 - Connection-by-Name: User-Oriented Protocol
         062 - A System for Interprocess Communication in a Resource
               Sharing Computer Network
         061 - A Note on Interprocess Communication in a Resource
               Sharing Computer Network
         051 - Proposal for a Network Interchange Language
         031 - Binary Message Forms in Computer Networks
         005 - DEL
         001 - Host Software

      4d.  Other

         998, 969 - NETBLT: A Bulk Data Transfer Protocol
         988 - Host Extensions for IP Multicasting
         979 - PSN End-to-End Functional Specification
         966 - A Multicast Extension to the Internet Protocol
         869 - Host Monitoring Protocol
         741 - Specifications for the Network Voice Protocol NVP
         643 - Cross Net Debugger
         162 - NETBUGGER3

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   5.  Application Level

      5a.  Telnet Protocol

         854, 764 - Telnet Protocol Specification
         818 - The Remote User Telnet Service
         801 - NCP/TCP Transition Plan
         782 - A Virtual Terminal Management Model
         764 - Telnet Protocol Specification
         728 - A Minor Pitfall in the Telnet Protocol
         688 - Tentative Schedule for the New Telnet Implementation for
               the TIP
         681 - Network Unix
         600 - Interfacing an Illinois Plasma Terminal to the ARPANET
         596 - Second Thoughts on Telnet Go-Ahead
         595 - Some Thoughts in Defense of the Telnet Go-Ahead
         593 - Telnet and FTP Implementation Schedule Change
         576 - Proposal for Modifying Linking
         570 - Experimental Input Mapping Between NVT ASCII and UCSB
               Online System
         562 - Modifications to the Telnet Specification
         559 - Comments on the New Telnet Protocol and Its
               Implementation
         529 - A Note on Protocol Synch Sequences
         513 - Comments on the New Telnet Specifications
         495 - Telnet Protocol Specification
         466 - Telnet Logger/Server for Host LL-67
         461 - Telnet Meeting Announcement
         452 - Telnet Command at Host LL
         435 - Telnet Issues
         426 - Reconnection Protocol
         393 - Comments on Telnet Protocol Changes
         377 - Using TSO Via ARPA Network Virtual Terminal
         357 - An Echoing Strategy for Satellite Links
         355, 346 - Satellite Considerations
         340 - Proposed Telnet Changes
         339 - MLTNET - A "Multi-Telnet" Subsystem for TENEX
         328 - Suggested Telnet Protocol Changes
         318 - Ad Hoc Telnet Protocol
         216 - Telnet Access to UCSB's On-Line System
         215 - NCP, ICP, and Telnet: The Terminal IMP Implementation
         206 - A User Telnet Description of an Initial Implementation
         205 - NETCRT - A Character Display Protocol
         190 - DEC PDP-10 - IMLAC Communication System
         158 - Proposed Telnet Protocol
         139 - Discussion of Telnet Protocol
         137 - Telnet Protocol - A Proposed Document
         135, 110 - Conventions for Using an IBM 2741 Terminal as a User
               Console for Access to Network Server Hosts

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         103 - Implementation of Interrupt Keys
         097 - A First Cut at a Proposed Telnet Protocol
         091 - A Proposed User-User Protocol
         015 - Network Subsystem for Time Sharing Hosts

      5b.  Telnet Options

         946 - Telnet Terminal Location Number Option
         933 - Output Marking Telnet Option
         930 - Telnet Terminal Type Option
         927 - TACACS User Identification Telnet Option
         885 - Telnet End of Record Option
         884 - Telnet Terminal Type Option
         861 - Telnet Extended Options - List Option
         860 - Telnet Timing Mark Option
         859 - Telnet Status Option
         858 - Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option
         857 - Telnet Echo Option
         856 - Telnet Binary Transmission
         855 - Telnet Option Specifications
         854 - Telnet Protocol Specifications
         779 - Telnet Send-Location Option
         749 - Telnet SUPDUP-OUTPUT Option
         748 - Telnet Randomly-Lose Option
         736 - Telnet SUPDUP Option
         735 - Revised Telnet Byte Macro Option
         734 - SUPDUP Protocol
         747 - Recent Extensions to the SUPDUP Protocol
         746 - The SUPDUP Graphics Extension
         732 - Telnet Data Entry Terminal Option
         731 - Telnet Data Entry Terminal Option
         729 - Telnet Byte Macro Option
         727 - Telnet Logout Option
         726 - Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet Option
         719 - Discussion on RCTE
         718 - Comments on RCTE from the Tenex Implementation Experience
         703, 702, 701 - Survey of New-Protocol Telnet Servers
         698 - Telnet Extended ASCII Option
         679 - February, 1975, Survey of  New-Protocol Telnet Servers
         669 - November 1974, Survey of New-Protocol Telnet Servers
         659 - Announcing Additional Telnet Options
         658 - Telnet Output Line Feed Disposition
         657 - Telnet Output Vertical Tab Disposition Option
         656 - Telnet Output Vertical Tab Stops Option
         655 - Telnet Output Form Feed Disposition Option
         654 - Telnet Output Horizontal Tab Disposition Option
         653 - Telnet Output Horizontal Tab Stops Option
         652 - Telnet Output Carriage Return Disposition Option
         651 - Revised Telnet Status Option

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         587 - Announcing New Telnet Options
         581 - Corrections to RFC 560 - Remote Controlled Transmission
               and Echoing Telnet Option
         563 - Comments on the RCTE Telnet Option
         560 - Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet Option

      5c.  File Transfer Protocol

         987 - Mapping Between X.400 and RFC 822
         959, 542, 354, 265, 172, 114 - The File Transfer Protocol
         949 - FTP Unique-Named Store Command
         913 - Simple File Transfer Protocol
         906 - Bootstrap Loading Using TFTP
         822 - Standard for the Format of ARPA Internet Text Messages
         821, 788 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
         783, 768, 764 - The TFTP Protocol Revision 2
         775 - Directory Oriented FTP Commands
         743 - FTP Extension: XRSQ/XRCP
         737 - FTP Extension: XSEN
         697 - CWD Command of FTP
         691 - One More Try on the FTP
         686 - Leaving Well Enough Alone
         683 - FTPSRV -- Tenex Extension for Paged Files
         678 - Document File Format Standards
         662 - Performance Improvement in ARPANET File Transfers from
               Multics
         640 - Revised FTP Reply Codes
         630 - FTP Error Code Usage for More Reliable Mail Service
         624 - Comments on the File Transfer Protocol
         614 - Response to RFC 607 - Comments on the FTP
         607 - NIC-21255 Comments on the File Transfer Protocol
         573 - Data and File Transfer - Some Measurement Results
         571 - Tenex FTP Problem
         535 - Comments on File Access Protocol
         532 - The UCSD-CC Server-FTP Facility
         520 - Memo to FTP Group (Proposal for File Access Protocol)
         506 - An FTP Command Naming Problem
         505 - Two Solutions to a File Transfer Access Problem
         501 - Un-Muddling "Free File Transfer"
         487 - Host-Dependent FTP Parameters
         486 - Data Transfer Revisited
         480 - Host-Dependent FTP Parameters
         479 - Use of FTP by the NIC Journal
         478 - FTP Server-Server Interaction - II
         475 - FTP and the Network Mail System
         468 - FTP Data Compression
         463 - FTP Comments and Response to RFC 430
         458 - Mail Retrieval via FTP

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         454 - File Transfer Protocol - Meeting Announcement and a New
               Proposed Document
         448 - Print Files in FTP
         438 - FTP Server-Server Interaction
         430 - Comments on File Transfer Protocol
         418 - Server File Transfer Under TSS/360 at NASA/Ames Research
               Center
         414 - File Transfer Protocols (FTP): Status and Further
               Comments
         412 - User FTP Documentation
         385 - Comments on the File Transfer Protocol (RFC 354)
         310  - Another Look at Data and File Transfer Protocols
         294 - The Use of "Set Data Type" Transaction in the File
               Transfer Protocol
         281 - A Suggested Addition to File Transfer Protocol
         269 - Some Experience with File Transfer
         264, 171 - The Data Transfer Protocol
         250 - Some Thoughts on File Transfer
         242 - Data Descriptive Language for Shared Data
         238 - Comments on DTP and FTP Protocols
         163 - Data Transfer Protocols
         141 - Comments on RFC 114 (A File Transfer Protocol)
         133 - File Transfer and Error Recovery

      5d.  Domain Name System

         974 - Mail Routing and the Domain System
         973 - Domain System Changes and Observations
         953, 811, 810 - HOSTNAME Protocol
         921, 897 - Domain Name System Implementation Schedule
         920 - Domain Requirements
         883 - Domain Names - Implementation and Specification
         882 - Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities
         881 - The Domain Names Plan and Schedule
         830 - A Distributed System for Internet Name Service
         819 - The Domain Naming Convention for Internet User
               Applications
         799 - Internet Name Domains
         756 - The NIC Name Server -- A Datagram-Based Information
               Utility
         752 - A Universal Host Table

      5e.  Mail and Message Systems

         994, 983 - PCMAIL: A Distributed Mail System
         977 - Network News Transfer Protocol
         976 - UUCP Mail Interchange Format Standard
         974 - Mail Routing and the Domain System
         934 - Proposed Standard for Message Encapsulation

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         915 - Network Mail Path Service
         886 - Proposed Standard for Message Header Munging
         850 - Standard for Interchange of USENET Messages
         841 - Specification for Message Format for Computer Based
               Message Systems
         822 - Standard for the Format of ARPA Internet Text Messages
         821 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
         806 - Specification for Message Format for Computer Based
               Message Systems
         780, 772 - Mail Transfer Protocol
         786 - Mail Transfer Protocol - ISI TOPS-20 MTP-NIMAIL Interface
         785 - Mail Transfer Protocol - ISI TOPS-20 File Definitions
         784 - Mail Transfer Protocol - ISI TOPS-20 Implementation
         771 - Mail Transition Plan
         763 - Role Mailboxes
         757 - A Suggested Solution to the Naming, Addressing, and
               Delivery Problem for ARPANET Message Systems
         754 - Out-of-Net Host Addresses for Mail
         753 - Internet Message Protocol
         751 - Survey of FTP Mail and MLFL
         733 - Standard for the Format of ARPA Network Text Messages
         724 - Proposed Official Standard for the Format of ARPA Network
               Messages
         720 - Address Specification Syntax for Network Mail
         706 - On the Junk Mail Problem
         680 - Message Transmission Protocol
         644 - On the Problem of Signature Authentication for Network
               Mail
         577 - Mail Priority
         574 - Announcement of a Mail Facility at UCSB
         561 - Standardizing Network Mail Headers
         555 - Responses to Critiques of the Proposed Mail Protocol
         539, 524 - A Proposed Mail Protocol
         498 - On Mail Service to CCN
         491 - What is "Free"?
         475 - On FTP and the Network Mail System
         458 - Mail Retrieval via FTP
         333 - A Proposed Experiment with a Message Switching Protocol
         278, 224, 221, 196 - A Mail Box Protocol

      5f.  Facsimile and Bitmaps

         809 - UCL Facsimile System
         804 - Facsimile Formats
         803 - Dacom 450/500 Facsimile Date Transcoding
         798 - Decoding Facsimile Data From the Rapicom 450
         797 - Bitmap Formats
         769 - Rapicom 450 Facimile File Format

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      5g.  Graphics

         965 - A Format for a Graphical Communication Protocol
         553 - Draft Design for a Text/Graphics Protocol
         493 - Graphics Protocol
         401 - Conversion of NGP-0 Coordinates to Device Specific
               Coordinates
         398 - UCSB Online Graphics
         387 - Some Experiences in Implementing Network Graphics
               Protocol Level 0
         351 - Information Form for the ARPANET Graphics Resources
               Notebook
         336 - Level 0 Graphics Input Protocol
         296 - DS-1 Display System
         292 - Graphics Protocol - Level 0 only
         285 - Network Graphics
         268 - Graphics Facilities Information
         199 - Suggestions for a Network Data-Telnet Graphics Protocol
         192 - Some Factors Which a Network Graphics Protocol Must
               Consider
         191 - Graphics Implementation and Conceptualization at ARC
         186 - A Network Graphics Loader
         184 - Proposed Graphic Display Modes
         181, 177 - A Device Independent Graphical Display Description
         178 - Network Graphics Attention Handling
         125, 086 - Proposal for a Network Standard Format for a Data
               Stream to Control Graphics Display
         094 - Some Thoughts on Network Graphics

      5h.  Data Management

         304 - A Data Management System Proposal for the ARPA Network
         195 - Data Computers - Data Descriptions and Access Language
         194 - The Data Reconfiguration Service - Compiler/Interpreter
               Implementation Notes
         166 - Data Reconfiguration Service - An Implementation
               Specification
         144 - Data Sharing on Computer Networks
         138 - Status Report on Proposed Data Reconfiguration Service
         083 - Language-Machine for Data Reconfiguration

      5i.  Remote Job Entry

         740, 599, 589, 325, 189, 088 - CCN Network Remote Job Entry
               Program - NETRJS
         725 - An RJE Protocol for a Resource Sharing Network
         499 - Harvard's Network RJE
         490 - Surrogate RJS for UCLA-CCN
         477, 436 - Remote Job Service at UCSB

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         407 - Remote Job Entry
         368 - Comments on "Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol"
         360 - Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol
         338 - EBCDIC/ASCII Mapping for Network RJE
         307 - Using Network Remote Job Entry
         283 - NETRJT - Remote Job Service Protocol for TIPS
         105 - Network Specification for Remote Job Entry and Remote Job
               Output Retrieval at UCSB

      5j.  Time

         958, 957, 956 - Network Time Protocol
         868 - Time Server Protocol
         867 - Daytime Protocol
         778 - DCNET Time Server Protocol
         738 - Time Server
         685 - Response Time in Cross-network Debugging
         034 - Some Brief Preliminary Notes on the ARC Clock
         032 - Some Thoughts on SRI's Proposed Real Time Clock
         028 - Time Standards

      5k.  Other

         978 - Voice File Interchange Protocol (VFIP)
         972 - Password Generator Protocol
         954, 812 - Whois Protocol
         951 - Bootstrap Protocol
         937, 918 - Post Office Protocol
         931, 912 - Authentication Service
         913 - Simple File Transfer Protocol
         909 - Loader Debugger Protocol
         891 - DCN Local Net Protocol
         887 - Resource Location Protocol
         866 - Active Users Protocol
         865 - Quote of the Day Protocol
         864 - Character Generator Protocol
         863, 361, 348 - Discard Protocol
         862, 361, 347 - Echo Protocol
         821, 822 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
         783 - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
         767 - Document Formats
         759 - Internet Message Protocol
         742 - Finger Protocol
         734 - SUPDUP Protocol
         726 - Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet Option
         666 - Specification of the Unified User-Level Protocol
         621 - NIC User Directories at SRI-ARC
         569 - Network Standard Text Editor
         470 - Change in Socket for TIP News Facility

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         451 - Tentative Proposal for a Unified User Level Protocol
         098, 079 - Logger Protocol
         029 - Note in Response to Bill English's Request for Comments

   6.  Program Documentation

      6a.  General

         496 - A TNLS Quick Reference Card is Available
         494 - Availability of MIX and MIXAL in the Network
         488 - NLS Classes at Network Sites
         485 - MIS and MIXAL at UCSB
         431 - Update on SMFS Login and Logout
         411 - New Multics Network Software Features
         409 - TENEX Interface to UCSB's Simple-Minded File System
         399 - SMFS Login and Logout
         390 - TSO Scenario Batch Compilation and Foreground Execution
         382 - Mathematical Software on the ARPA Network
         379 - Using TSO at CCN
         373 - Arbitrary Character Sets
         350 - User Accounts for UCSB On-Line System
         345 - Interest Mixed Integer Programming (MPSX on 360/91 at
               CCN)
         321 - CBI Networking Activity at MITRE
         317 - Official Host-Host Protocol Modification: Assigned Link
               Numbers
         311 - New Console Attachments to the UCSB Host
         251 - Weather Data
         223 - Network Information Center Schedule for Network Users
         217 - Specification Changes for OLS, RJE/RJOR, and SMFS
         174 - UCLA-Computer Science Graphics Overview
         122 - Network Specifications for UCSB's Simple-Minded File
               System
         121 - Network On-Line Operators
         120 - Network PL1 Subprograms
         119 - Network FORTRAN Subprograms
         074 - Specifications for Network Use of the UCSB On-Line System

   7.  Network Specific

      7a.  ARPANET

         878, 851, 802 - The ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol
         852 - The ARPANET Short Blocking Feature
         789 - Vulnerabilities of Network Control Protocols: An Example
         716 - Interim Revision to Appendix F of BBN 1822
         704 - IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol Change
         696 - Comments on the IMP/HOST and HOST/IMP Protocol Changes
         695 - Official Change in Host-Host Protocol

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         692 - Comments on IMP/Host Protocol Changes
         690 - Comments on the Proposed Host/IMP Protocol Changes
         687 - IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol
         667 - BBN Host Ports
         660 - Some Changes to the IMP and the IMP/Host Interface
         642 - Ready Line Philosophy and Implementation
         638, 633 - IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance Schedule
         632 - Throughput Degradation for Single Packet Message
         627 - ASCII Text File of Hostnames
         626 - On a possible Lockup Condition in IMP Subnet due to
               Message Sequencing
         625 - On Line Hostnames Service
         623 - Comments on On-line Host Name Service
         622 - Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time
         620 - Request for Monitor Host Table Updates
         619 - Mean Round-Trip Times in the ARPANET
         613 - Network Connectivity: A Response to RFC 603
         611 - Two Changes to the IMP/Host Protocol
         606 - Host Names On-Line
         594 - Speedup of Host-IMP Interface
         591 - Addition to the Very Distant Host Specification
         568, 567 - Cross-Country Network Bandwidth
         548 - Hosts Using the IMP Going Down Message Specification
         547 - Change to the Very Distant Host Specification
         533 - Message-ID Numbers
         534 - Lost Message Detection
         528 - Software Checksumming in the IMP and Network Reliability
         521 - Restricted Use of IMP DDT
         508 - Real-Time Data Transmission on the ARPANET
         476, 434 - IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedules
         449, 442 - The Current Flow-Control Scheme for IMPSYS
         447, 445 - IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance Schedule
         417 - LINK Usage Violation
         410 - Removal of the 30-second Delay When Hosts Come Up
         406 - Scheduled IMP Software Releases
         395 - Switch Settings on IMPs and TIPs
         394 - Two Proposed Changes to the IMP-HOST Protocol
         369 - Evaluation of ARPANET Services (January through March,
               1972)
         335 - New Interface-IMP/360
         312 - Proposed Change in IMP-to-Host Protocol
         297 - TIP Message Buffers
         280 - A Draft Set of Host Names
         274 - Establishing a Local Guide for Network Usage
         271 - IMP System Change Notification
         270 - Correction to the BBN Report No. 1822
         263 - "Very Distant" Host Interface
         254 - Scenarios for Using ARPANET Computers
         247 - Proffered Set of Standard Host Names

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         241 - Connecting Computers to NLC Ports
         239 - Host Mnemonics Proposed in RFC 226
         237 - The NIC's View of Standard Host Names
         236 - Standard Host Names
         233 - Standardization of Host Call Letters
         230 - Toward Reliable Operation of Minicomputer-based Terminals
               on a TIP
         229 - Standard Host Names
         228 - Clarification
         226 - Standardization of Host Mnemonics
         218 - Changing the IMP Status Reporting
         213 - IMP System Change Notification
         209 - Host/IMP Interface Documentation
         208 - Address Tables
         073, 067 - Proposed Change to Host/IMP Spec to Eliminate
               Marking
         071 - Reallocation in Case of Input Error
         070 - A Note On Padding
         064 - Getting Rid of Marking
         041 - IMP/IMP Teletype Communication
         025 - No High Link Numbers
         019 - Two Protocol Suggestions to Reduce Congestion at
               Swap-Bound Nodes
         017a, 017 - Some Questions Re: HOST-IMP Protocol
         012 - IMP-HOST Interface Flow Diagrams
         007 - HOST-IMP Interface
         006 - Conversation with Bob Kahn

      7b.  Internet Protocol On Networks

         948 - Two Methods for the Transmission of IP Datagrams Over
               IEEE 802.3 Networks
         907 - Host Access Protocol
         903 - A Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
         895 - A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over
               Experimental Ethernet Networks
         894 - A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over
               Ethernet Networks
         893 - Trailer Encapsulations
         891 - Internet Protocol on DC Networks
         877 - A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams Over
               Public Data Networks
         826 - Address Resolution Protocol
         796 - Address Mappings
         795 - Service Mappings

      7c.  Host Front End Protocols

         929, 928, 705, 647 - Host-Front End Protocol

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      7d.  Other

         935 - Reliable Link Layer Protocols
         916 - Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol
         914 - Thinwire Protocol
         824 - The Cronus Virtual Local Network

   8.  Measurement

      8a.  General

         573 - Data and File Transfer - Some Measurement Results
         557 - Revelations in Network Host Measurements
         546 - Tenex Load Averages for July 1973
         462 - Responding to User Needs
         415 - TENEX Bandwidth
         392 - Measurement of Host Costs for Transmitting Network Data
         352 - TIP Site Information Form
         308 - ARPANET Host Availability Data
         286 - Network Library Information System
         274 - Establishing a Local Guide for Network Usage
         214, 193 - Network Checkout
         198 - Site Certification - Lincoln Labs
         182 - Compilation of List of Revelant Site Reports
         180 - File System Questionnaire
         156 - Status of the Illinois Site (Response to RFC 116)
         153 - SRI ARC-NIC Status
         152 - SRI Artificial Intelligence Status Report
         126 - Ames Graphics Facilities at Ames Research Center
         112 - User/Server Site Protocol Network HOST Questionnaire
         104 - Link 191
         106 - USER/SERVER Site Protocol Network Host Questionnaire

      8b.  Surveys

         971 - A Survey of Data Representation Standards
         876 - Survey of SMTP Implementations
         848 - Who Provides the "Little" TCP Services?
         847 - Summary of Smallberg Surveys
         844 - Who Talks ICMP, too?  Survey of 18 February 1983
         846, 845, 843, 842, 839, 838, 837, 836, 835, 834, 833, 832 -
               Who Talks TCP?
         787 - Connectionless Data Transmission Survey/Tutorial
         703, 702, 701, 679, 669 - Survey of New-Protocol Telnet Servers
         565 - Storing Network Survey Data at the Datacomputer
         545 - Of What Quality be the UCSB Resource Evaluators?
         530 - A Report on the SURVEY Project
         523 - SURVEY is in Operation Again
         519 - Resource Evaluation

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         514 - Network Make-Work
         464 - Resource Notebook Framework
         460 - NCP Survey
         459 - Network Questionnaire
         450 - Multics Sampling Timeout Change
         446 - Proposal to Consider a Network Program Resource Notebook
         096 - An Interactive Network Experiment to Study Modes of
               Access to the Network Information Center
         090 - CCN as a Network Service Center
         081 - Request for Reference Information
         078 - NCP Status Report: UCSB/Rand

      8c.  Statistics

         996 - Statistics Server
         618 - A Few Observations on NCP Statistics
         612, 601, 586, 579, 566, 556, 538, 522, 509, 497, 482, 455,
               443, 422, 413, 400, 391, 378 - Traffic Statistics
         603, 597, 376, 370, 367, 366, 362, 352, 344, 342, 332, 330,
               326, 319, 315, 306, 298, 293, 288, 287, 267, 266 -
               Network Host Status
         550 - NIC NCP Experiment
         388 - NCP Statistics
         255, 252, 240, 235 - Site Status

   9.  Network Experience and Demonstrations

      9a.  General

         968 - 'Twas the Night Before Start-up
         967 - All Victims Together
         573 - Data and File Transfer - Some Measurement Results
         527 - ARPAWOCKY
         525 - MIT-Mathlab Meets UCSB-OLS
         439 - PARRY Encounters the Doctor
         420 - CCA ICC Weather Demo
         372 - Notes on a Conversation with Bob Kahn on the ICCC
         364 - Serving Remote Users on the ARPANET
         302 - Excercising the ARPANET
         231 - Service Center Standards for Remote Usage - A User's View
         227 - Data Transfer Rates (RAND/UCLA)
         113 - Network Activity Report: UCSB and Rand
         089 - Some Historic Moments in Networking
         004 - Network Timetable

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   10. Site Documentation

      10a.  General

         30, 27, 24, 16, 10, 3 - Documentation Conventions

   11. Other Standards

      11a.  ANSI

         570 - Experimental Input Mapping Between NVT ASCII and UCSB
               Online System
         183 - The EBCDIC Codes and Their Mapping to ASCII
         020 - ASCII Format for Network Interchange

      11b.  CCITT

         987 - Mapping Between X.400 and RFC 822
         874 - A Critique of X.25

      11c.  NRC

         942 - Transport Protocols for Department of Defense Data
               Networks
         939 - Executive Summary of the NRC Report on Transport
               Protocols for Department of Defense Data Networks

      11d.  ISO

         995 - End System to Intermediate System Routing Exchange
               Protocol for Use in Conjunction with ISO 8473
         994 - Final Text of DIS 8473, Protocol for Providing the
               Connectionless Mode Network Service
         982 - Guidelines for the Specification of the Structure of the
               Domain Specific Part (DSP) of the ISO Standard NSAP
               Address
         941 - Addendum to the Network Service Definition Covering
               Network Layer Addressing
         926 - Protocol for Providing the Connectionless-Mode Network
               Services
         905 - ISO Transport Protocol Specification (ISO DP 8073)
         892 - ISO Transport Protocol
         873 - The Illusion of Vendor Support

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   12. Never Issued

      12a.  Never Issued

         014, 026, 092, 159, 201, 220, 244, 248, 257, 258, 259, 260,
         261, 262, 272, 275, 277, 279, 284, 337, 341, 358, 375, 380,
         383, 397, 424, 427, 428, 444, 465, 481, 484, 502, 507, 517,
         536, 540, 541, 554, 558, 564, 572, 575, 583, 605, 639, 641,
         646, 648, 649, 650, 664, 665, 668, 670, 673, 676, 682, 693,
         709, 710, 711, 715, 723, 853.

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REQUEST FOR COMMENTS LIST WITH ABSTRACTS

   RFC     Author       Date        Title
   ---     ------       ----        -----

   999     Westine      Mar 87      Requests For Comments Summary

      A summary of the Request for Comments Documents from RFC 900-999.

   998     Lambert      Mar 87      NETBLT:  A Bulk Data Transfer
                                    Protocol

      This document is a description of and a specification for the
      NETBLT protocol.  It is a revision of the specification published
      in RFC-969.  NETBLT (NETwork BLock Transfer) is a transport level
      protocol intended for the rapid transfer of a large quantity of
      data between computers.  It provides a transfer that is reliable
      and flow controlled, and is designed to provide maximum throughput
      over a wide variety of networks.  Although NETBLT currently runs
      on top of the Internet Protocol (IP), it should be able to operate
      on top of any datagram protocol similar in function to IP.

      This document is published for discussion and comment, and does
      not constitute a standard.  The proposal may change and certain
      parts of the protocol have not yet been specified; implementation
      of this document is therefore not advised.

   997     Reynolds     Mar 87      Internet Numbers

      This memo is an official status report on the network numbers used
      in the Internet community.  As of 1-Mar-87 the Network Information
      Center (NIC) at SRI International has assumed responsibility for
      assignment of Network Numbers and Autonomous System Numbers.  This
      RFC documents the current assignments of these numbers at the time
      of this transfer of responsibility.

   996     Mills        Feb 87      Statistics Server

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA Internet community.
      Hosts and gateways on the DARPA Internet that choose to implement
      a remote statistics monitoring facility may use this protocol to
      send statistics data upon request to a monitoring center or
      debugging host.

   995     ANSI         Apr 86      End System to Intermediate System
                                    Routing Exchange Protocol for use in
                                    conjunction with ISO 8473.

      This Protocol is one of a set of International Standards produced

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      to facilitate the interconnection of open systems.  The set of
      standards covers the services and protocols required to achieve
      such interconnection.

      This Protocol is positioned with respect to other related
      standards by the layers defined in the Reference Model for Open
      Systems Interconnection (ISO 7498) and by the structure defined in
      the Internal Organization of the Network Layer (DIS 8648).  In
      particular, it is a protocol of the Network Layer.  This Protocol
      permits End Systems and Intermediate Systems to exchange
      configuration and routing information to facilitate the operation
      of the routing and relaying functions of the Network Layer.

   994     ANSI         Mar 86      Final Text of DIS 8473, Protocol for
                                    Providing the Connectionless Mode
                                    Network Service

      This Protocol Standard is one of a set of International Standards
      produced to facilitate the interconnection of open systems.  The
      set of standards covers the services and protocols required to
      achieve such interconnection.

      This Protocol Standard is positioned with respect to other related
      standards by the layers defined in the Reference Model for Open
      Systems Interconnection (ISO 7498).  In particular, it is a
      protocol of the Network Layer.  This Protocol may be used between
      network-entities in end systems or in Network Layer relay systems
      (or both).  It provides the Connectionless-mode Network Service as
      defined in Addendum 1 to the Network Service Definition Covering
      Connectionless-mode Transmission (ISO 8348/AD1).

   993     Clark        Dec 86      PCMAIL:  A Distributed Mail System
                                    for Personal Computers

      This document is a discussion of the PCMAIL workstation-based
      distributed mail system.  It is a revision of the design published
      in NIC RFC 984.  The revision is based on discussion and comments
      from a variety of sources, as well as further research into the
      design of interactive PCMAIL clients and the use of client code on
      machines other than IBM PCs.  As this design may change,
      implementation of this document is not advised.

   992     Birman       Nov 86      On Communication Support for
                                    Fault-Tolerant Process Groups

      This memo describes a collection of multicast communication
      primitives integrated with a mechanism for handling process
      failure and recovery.  These primitives facilitate the
      implementation of fault-tolerant process groups, which can be used

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      to provide distributed services in an environment subject to
      non-malicious crash failures.

      Here, we argue that the form of "best effort" reliability provided
      by host groups may not address the requirements of those
      researchers who are building fault tolerant software.  Our basic
      premise is that reliable handling of failures, recoveries, and
      dynamic process migration are important aspects of programming in
      distributed environments, and that communication support that
      provides unpredictable behavior in the presence of such events
      places an unacceptable burden of complexity on higher level
      application software.  This complexity does not arise when using
      the fault-tolerant process group alternative.

   991     Reynolds     Nov 86      Official ARPA-Internet Protocols

      This RFC identifies the documents specifying the official
      protocols used in the Internet.  Comments indicate any revisions
      or changes planned.  This memo is an official status report on the
      numbers used in protocols in the ARPA-Internet community.  This
      memo obsoletes RFCs 961, 944, 924, 901, 880, 840, 694, 661, 617,
      582, 580, 552.

   990     Reynolds     Nov 86      Assigned Numbers

      This Network Working Group Request for Comments documents the
      currently assigned values from several series of numbers used in
      network protocol implementations.  This memo is an official status
      report on the numbers used in protocols in the ARPA-Internet
      community.  This memo obsoletes RFCs 960, 943, 923, 900, 870, 820,
      790, 776, 770, 762, 758, 755, 750, 739, 717, 604, 503, 433, 349,
      322, 317, 204, 179, 175, 167.

   989     Linn         Feb 87      Privacy Enhancement for Internet
                                    Electronic Mail:  Part I:  Message
                                    Encipherment and Authentication
                                    Procedures

      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the Internet community
      and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.  This
      RFC is the outgrowth of a series of IAB Privacy Task Force
      meetings and of internal working papers distributed for those
      meetings.  This RFC defines message encipherment and
      authentication procedures, as the initial phase of an effort to
      provide privacy enhancement services for electronic mail transfer
      in the Internet.  It is intended that the procedures defined here
      be compatible with a wide range of key management approaches,
      including both conventional (symmetric) and public-key
      (asymmetric) approaches for encryption of data encrypting keys.

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      Use of conventional cryptography for message text encryption
      and/or authentication is anticipated.

      Privacy enhancement services (confidentiality, authentication, and
      message integrity assurance) are offered through the use of
      end-to- end cryptography between originator and recipient User
      Agent processes, with no special processing requirements imposed
      on the Message Transfer System at endpoints or at intermediate
      relay sites. This approach allows privacy enhancement facilities
      to be incorporated on a site-by-site or user-by-user basis without
      impact on other Internet entities.  Interoperability among
      heterogeneous components and mail transport facilities is
      supported.

   988     Deering      Jul 86      Host Extensions for IP Multicasting

      This memo specifies the extensions required of a host
      implementation of the Internet Protocol (IP) to support
      internetwork multicasting.  This specification supersedes that
      given in RFC 966, and constitutes a proposed protocol standard for
      IP multicasting in the ARPA-Internet.  The reader is directed to
      RFC 966 for a discussion of the motivation and rationale behind
      the multicasting extension specified here.

   987     Kille        Jun 86      Mapping Between X.400 and RFC 822

      The X.400 series of protocols have been defined by CCITT to
      provide an Interpersonal Messaging Service (IPMS), making use of a
      store and forward Message Transfer Service.  It is expected that
      this standard will be implemented very widely.  This document
      describes a set of mappings which will enable interworking between
      systems operating the X.400 protocols and systems using RFC 822
      mail protocol or protocols derived from RFC 822.  This RFC
      suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and
      requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   986     Callon       Jun 86      Working Draft -- Guidelines for the
                                    Use of Internet-IP addressing in the
                                    ISO Connectionless-Mode Network
                                    Protocol

      This RFC suggests a method to allow the existing IP addressing,
      including the IP protocol field, to be used for the ISO
      Connectionless Network Protocol (CLNP).  This is a draft solution
      to one of the problems inherent in the use of "ISO-grams" in the
      DoD Internet.  Related issues will be discussed in subsequent
      RFCs.  This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

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   985     Mills        May 86      Requirements for Internet Gateways

      This RFC summarizes the requirements for gateways to be used on
      networks supporting the DARPA Internet protocols.  While it
      applies specifically to the National Science Foundation research
      programs, the requirements are stated in a general context and are
      believed applicable throughout the Internet community.  The
      purpose of this document is to present guidance for vendors
      offering products that might be used or adapted for use in an
      Internet application.  It enumerates the protocols required and
      gives references to RFCs and other documents describing the
      current specification.  Suggestions and comments on this document
      are welcomed and can be sent to Dave Mills (Mills@D.ISI.EDU) or
      Dave Farber (Farber@HUEY.UDEL.EDU).

   984     Clark        May 86      PCMAIL: A Distributed Mail System
                                    for Personal Computers

      This document is a preliminary discussion of the design of a
      personal-computer-based distributed mail system.  Pcmail is a
      distributed mail system that provides mail service to an arbitrary
      number of users, each of which owns one or more personal computers
      (PCs).  The system is divided into two halves.  The first consists
      of a single entity called the "repository".  The repository is a
      storage center for incoming mail.  Mail for a Pcmail user can
      arrive externally from the Internet or internally from other
      repository users.  The repository also maintains a stable copy of
      each user's mail state.  The repository is therefore typically a
      computer with a large amount of disk storage. It is published for
      discussion and comment, and does not constitute a standard.  As
      the proposal may change, implementation of this document is not
      advised.

   983     Cass         Apr 86      ISO Transport Services on Top of the
                                    TCP

      This memo describes a proposed protocol standard for the
      ARPA-Internet community.  The CCITT and the ISO have defined
      various session, presentation, and application recommendations
      which have been adopted by the international community and
      numerous vendors.  To the largest extent possible, it is desirable
      to offer these higher level services directly to the
      ARPA-Internet, without disrupting existing facilities.  This
      permits users to develop expertise with ISO and CCITT applications
      which previously were not available in the ARPA-Internet.  The
      intention is that hosts within the ARPA-Internet that choose to
      implement ISO TSAP services on top of the TCP be expected to adopt
      and implement this standard.  Suggestions for improvement are
      encouraged.

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   982     ANSI         Apr 86      Guidelines for the Specification of
                                    the Structure of the Domain Specific
                                    Part (DSP) of the ISO Standard NSAP
                                    Address

      This RFC is a draft working document of the ANSI "Guidelines for
      the Specification of the Structure of the Domain Specific Part
      (DSP) of the ISO Standard NSAP Address".  It provides guidance to
      private address administration authorities on preferred formats
      and semantics for the Domain Specific Part (DSP) of an NSAP
      address.  This RFC specifies the way in which the DSP may be
      constructed so as to facilitate efficient address assignment.
      This RFC is for informational purposes only and its distribution
      is unlimited and does not specify a standard of the ARPA-Internet.

   981     Mills        Mar 86      An Experimental Multiple-Path
                                    Routing Algorithm

      This document introduces wiretap algorithms, a class of
      experimental, multiple routing algorithms that compute
      quasi-optimum routes for stations sharing a packet-radio broadcast
      channel.  The primary route (a minimum-distance path), and
      additional paths ordered by distance, which serve as alternate
      routes should the primary route fail, are computed.  This
      prototype is presented as an example of a class of routing
      algorithms and data-base management techniques that may find wider
      application in the Internet community.  Discussions and
      suggestions for improvements are welcomed.

   980     Jacobsen     Mar 86      Protocol Document Order Information

      This RFC indicates how to obtain various protocol documents used
      in the DARPA research community.  Included is an overview of the
      new 1985 DDN Protocol Handbook and available sources for obtaining
      related documents (such as DOD, ISO, and CCITT).

   979     Malis        Mar 86      PSN End-to-End Functional
                                    Specification

      This memo is an updated version of BBN Report 5775, "End-to-End
      Functional Specification".  It describes important changes to the
      functionality of the interface between a host and the PSN (Packet
      Switch Node), and should be carefully reviewed by anyone involved
      in supporting a host on either the ARPANET or MILNET.  The new
      End-to-End Protocol (EE) is being developed in order to correct a
      number of deficiencies in the old End-to-End Protocol, to improve
      its performance and overall throughput, and to better equip the
      Packet Switch Node (also known as the IMP) to support its current
      and anticipated host population.

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   978     Reynolds     Feb 86      Voice File Interchange Protocol
                                    (VFIP)

      The purpose of the Voice File Interchange Protocol (VFIP) is to
      permit the interchange of various types of speech files between
      different systems in the ARPA-Internet community.  Suggestions for
      improvement are encouraged.

   977     Kantor       Feb 86      Network News Transfer Protocol

      NNTP specifies a protocol for the distribution, inquiry,
      retrieval, and posting of news articles using a reliable
      stream-based transmission of news among the ARPA-Internet
      community.  NNTP is designed so that news articles are stored in a
      central database allowing a subscriber to select only those items
      he wishes to read.  Indexing, cross-referencing, and expiration of
      aged messages are also provided. This RFC suggests a proposed
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion
      and suggestions for improvements.

   976     Horton       Feb 86      UUCP Mail Interchange Format
                                    Standard

      This document defines the standard format for the transmission of
      mail messages between computers in the UUCP Project.  It does not
      however, address the format for storage of messages on one
      machine, nor the lower level transport mechanisms used to get the
      date from one machine to the next.  It represents a standard for
      conformance by hosts in the UUCP zone.

   975     Mills        Feb 86      Autonomous Confederations

      This RFC proposes enhancements to the Exterior Gateway Protocol
      (EGP) to support a simple, multiple-level routing capability while
      preserving the robustness features of the current EGP model.  The
      enhancements generalize the concept of core system to include
      multiple communities of autonomous systems, called autonomous
      confederations.  Discussion and suggestions for improvement are
      requested.

   974     Partridge    Jan 86      Mail Routing and the Domain System

      This RFC presents a description of how mail systems on the
      Internet are expected to route messages based on information from
      the domain system.  This involves a discussion of how mailers
      interpret MX RRs, which are used for message routing.

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   973     Mockapetris  Jan 86      Domain System Changes and
                                    Observations

      This RFC documents updates to Domain Name System specifications
      RFC-882 and RFC-883, suggests some operational guidelines, and
      discusses some experiences and problem areas in the present
      system.

   972     Wancho       Jan 86      Password Generator Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      The Password Generator Service (PWDGEN) provides a set of six
      randomly generated eight-character "words" with a reasonable level
      of pronounceability, using a multi-level algorithm.  Hosts on the
      ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a password generator
      service are expected to adopt and implement this standard.

   971     DeSchon      Dec 85      A Survey of Data Representation
                                    Standards

      This RFC is a comparison of several data representation standards
      that are currently in use.  The standards discussed are the CCITT
      X.409 recommendation, the NBS Computer Based Message System (CBMS)
      standard, DARPA Multimedia Mail system, the Courier remote
      procedure call protocol, and the SUN Remote Procedure Call
      package.  No proposals in this document are intended as standards
      for the ARPA-Internet at this time.  Rather, it is hoped that a
      general consensus will emerge as to the appropriate approach to a
      data representation standard, leading eventually to the adoption
      of an ARPA-Internet standard.

   970     Nagle        Dec 85      On Packet Switches With Infinite
                                    Storage

      The purpose of this RFC is to focus discussion on a particular
      problem in the ARPA-Internet and possible methods of solution.
      Most prior work on congestion in datagram systems focuses on
      buffer management.  In this memo, the case of a packet switch with
      infinite storage is considered.  Such a packet switch can never
      run out of buffers.  It can, however, still become congested.  The
      meaning of congestion in an infinite-storage system is explored.
      An unexpected result is found that shows a datagram network with
      infinite storage, first-in-first-out queuing, at least two packet
      switches, and a finite packet lifetime will, under overload, drop
      all packets.  By attacking the problem of congestion for the
      infinite-storage case, new solutions applicable to switches with
      finite storage may be found.  No proposed solutions this document
      are intended as standards for the ARPA-Internet at this time.

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   969     Clark        Dec 85      NETBLT: A Bulk Data Transfer
                                    Protocol

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 998.  This is a preliminary
      discussion of the Network Block Transfer (NETBLT) protocol.
      NETBLT is intended for the rapid transfer of a large quantity of
      data between computers.  It provides a transfer that is reliable
      and flow controlled, and is structured to provide maximum
      throughput over a wide variety of networks.  This description is
      published for discussion and comment, and does not constitute a
      standard.  As the proposal may change, implementation of this
      document is not advised.

   968     Cerf         Dec 85      'Twas the Night Before Start-up'

      This memo discusses problems that arise and debugging techniques
      used in bringing a new network into operation.

   967     Padlipsky    Dec 85      All Victims Together

      This RFC proposes a new set of RFCs on how the networking code is
      integrated with various operating systems.  It appears that this
      topic has not received enough exposure in the literature. Comments
      and suggestions are encouraged.

   966     Deering      Dec 85      A Multicast Extension to the
                                    Internet Protocol

      This RFC defines a model of service for Internet multicasting and
      proposes an extension to the Internet Protocol (IP) to support
      such a multicast service.  Discussion and suggestions for
      improvements are requested.

   965     Aguilar      Dec 85      A Format for a Graphical
                                    Communication Protocol

      This RFC describes the requirements for a graphical format on
      which to base a graphical on-line communication protocol, and
      proposes an Interactive Graphical Communication Format using the
      GKSM session metafile.  We hope this contribution will encourage
      the discussion of multimedia data exchange and the proposal of
      solutions.

   964     Sidhu        Nov 85      Some Problems with the Specification
                                    of the Military Standard
                                    Transmission Control Protocol

      The purpose of this RFC is to provide helpful information on the
      Military Standard Transmission Control Protocol (MIL-STD-1778) so

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      that one can obtain a reliable implementation of this protocol
      standard.  This note points out three errors with this
      specification.  This note also proposes solutions to these
      problems.

   963     Sidhu        Nov 85      Some Problems with the Specification
                                    of the Military Standard Internet
                                    Protocol

      The purpose of this RFC is to provide helpful information on the
      Military Standard Internet Protocol (MIL-STD-1777) so that one can
      obtain a reliable implementation of this protocol.  This paper
      points out several problems in this specification.  This note also
      proposes solutions to these problems.

   962     Padlipsky    Nov 85      TCP-4 Prime

      This memo is in response to Bob Braden's call for a transaction
      oriented protocol (RFC-955), and continues the discussion of a
      possible transaction oriented transport protocol.  This memo does
      not propose a standard.

   961     Reynolds     Dec 85      Official ARPA-Internet Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   960     Reynolds     Dec 85      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   959     Postel       Oct 85      File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

      This memo is the official specification of the File Transfer
      Protocol (FTP) for the DARPA-Internet community.  The primary
      intent is to clarify and correct the documentation of the FTP
      specification, not to change the protocol.  The following new
      optional commands are included in this edition of the
      specification:  Change to Parent Directory (CDUP), Structure Mount
      (SMNT), Store Unique (STOU), Remove Directory (RMD), Make
      Directory (MKD), Print Directory (PWD), and System (SYST).  Note
      that this specification is compatible with the previous edition.

   958     Mills        Sep 85      Network Time Protocol (NTP)

      This document describes the Network Time Protocol (NTP), a
      protocol for synchronizing a set of network clocks using a set of
      distributed clients and servers.  NTP is built on the User
      Datagram Protocol (UDP), which provides a connectionless transport
      mechanism.  It evolved from the Time Protocol and the ICMP

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      Timestamp message and is a suitable replacement for both.  This
      RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community,
      and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   957     Mills        Sep 85      Experiments in Network Clock
                                    Synchronization

      This RFC discusses some experiments in clock synchronization in
      the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and
      suggestions for improvements.  One of the services frequently
      neglected in computer network design is a high-quality,
      time-of-day clock capable of generating accurate timestamps with
      small errors compared to one-way network delays.  Such a service
      would be useful for tracing the progress of complex transactions,
      synchronizing cached data bases, monitoring network performance
      and isolating problems.  In this memo, one such clock service
      design will be described and its performance assessed.  This
      design has been incorporated as an integral part of the network
      routing and control protocols of the Distributed Computer Network
      (DCnet) architecture.

   956     Mills        Sep 85      Algorithms for Synchronizing Network
                                    Clocks

      This RFC discussed clock synchronization algorithms for the
      ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions
      for improvements.  The recent interest within the Internet
      community in determining accurate time from a set of mutually
      suspicious network clocks has been prompted by several occasions
      in which errors were found in usually reliable, accurate clock
      servers after thunderstorms which disrupted their power supply.
      To these sources of error should be added those due to
      malfunctioning hardware, defective software and operator mistakes,
      as well as random errors in the mechanism used to set and
      synchronize clocks.  This report suggests a stochastic model and
      algorithms for computing a good estimator from time-offset samples
      measured between clocks connected via network links.  Included in
      this report are descriptions of certain experiments which give an
      indication of the effectiveness of the algorithms.

   955     Braden       Sep 85      Towards a Transport Service for
                                    Transaction Processing Applications

      The DoD Internet Protocol Suite includes two alternative transport
      service protocols, TCP and UDP, which provide virtual circuit and
      datagram service, respectively.  These two protocols represent
      points in the space of possible transport service attributes which
      are quite "far apart".  We want to examine an important class of
      applications, those which perform what is often called

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      "transaction processing".  We will see that the communication
      needs for these applications fall into the gap "between" TCP and
      UDP -- neither protocol is very appropriate.

   954     Harrenstien  Oct 85      NICNAME/WHOIS

      This RFC is the official specification of the NICNAME/WHOIS
      protocol. This memo describes the protocol and the service.  This
      is an update of RFC 812.  Obsoletes RFC 812.

   953     Harrenstien  Oct 85      Hostname Server

      This RFC is the official specification of the Hostname Server
      Protocol.  This edition of the specification includes minor
      revisions to RFC 811 which brings it up to date.  Obsoletes RFC
      811.

   952     Harrenstien  Oct 85      DoD Internet Host Table
                                    Specification

      This RFC is the official specification of the format of the
      Internet Host Table.  This edition of the specification includes
      minor revisions to RFC 810 which brings it up to date. Obsoletes
      RFCs 810, 608.

   951     Croft        Sep 85      Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)

      This RFC describes an IP/UDP bootstrap protocol (BOOTP) which
      allows a diskless client machine to discover its own IP address,
      the address of a server host, and the name of a file to be loaded
      into memory and executed.  The bootstrap operation can be thought
      of as consisting of TWO PHASES.  This RFC describes the first
      phase, which could be labeled `address determination and bootfile
      selection'.  After this address and filename information is
      obtained, control passes to the second phase of the bootstrap
      where a file transfer occurs.  The file transfer will typically
      use the TFTP protocol, since it is intended that both phases
      reside in PROM on the client.  However BOOTP could also work with
      other protocols such as SFTP or FTP.  This RFC suggests a proposed
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion
      and suggestions for improvements.

   950     Mogul        Aug 85      Internet Standard Subnetting
                                    Procedure

      This memo discusses the utility of "subnets" of Internet networks,
      which are logically visible sub-sections of a single Internet
      network.  For administrative or technical reasons, many
      organizations have chosen to divide one Internet network into

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      several subnets, instead of acquiring a set of Internet network
      numbers.  This memo specifies procedures for the use of subnets.
      These procedures are for hosts (e.g., workstations).  The
      procedures used in and between subnet gateways are not fully
      described.  Important motivation and background information for a
      subnetting standard is provided in RFC-940.  This RFC specifies a
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet community.  If subnetting is
      implemented it is strongly recommended that these procedures be
      followed.

   949     Padlipsky    Jul 85      FTP Unique-Named Store Command

      There are various contexts in which it would be desirable to have
      an FTP command that had the effect of the present STOR but rather
      than requiring the sender to specify a file name istead caused the
      resultant file to have a unique name relative to the current
      directory.

      This RFC proposes an extension to the File Transfer Protocol for
      the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and
      suggestions for improvements.

   948     Winston      Jun 85      Two Methods for the Transmission of
                                    IP Datagrams Over IEEE 802.3
                                    Networks

      This memo describes two methods of encapsulating Internet Protocol
      (IP) datagrams on an IEEE 802.3 network.

   947     Lebowitz     Jun 85      Multi-Network Broadcasting Within
                                    the Internet

      This RFC describes the extension of a network's broadcast domain
      to include more than one physical network through the use of a
      broadcast packet repeater.

   946     Nedved       May 85      Telnet Terminal Location Number
                                    Option

      Many systems provide a mechanism for finding out where a user is
      logged in from usually including information about telephone
      extension and office occupants names.  The information is useful
      for physically locating people and/or calling them on the phone.
      In 1982 CMU designed and implemented a terminal location database
      and modified existing network software to handle a 64-bit number
      called the Terminal Location Number (or TTYLOC).  It now seems
      appropriate to incorporate this mechanism into the TCP-based
      network protocol family.  The mechanism is not viewed as a
      replacement for the Terminal Location Telnet Option

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      (SEND-LOCATION) but as a shorthand mechansim for communicating
      terminal location information between hosts in a localized
      community.  This RFC proposes a new option for Telnet for the
      ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions
      for improvements.

   945     Postel       May 85      A DoD Statement on the NRC Report

      In May 1983, the National Research Council (NRC) was asked jointly
      by the DoD and NBS to study the issues and recommend a course of
      action.  The final report of the NRC committee was published in
      February 1985 (see RFC-942). The enclosed letter is from Donald C.
      Latham (ASDC3I) to DCA transmitting the NRC report and requesting
      specific actions relative to the recommendations of the report.

      This RFC reproduces a letter from the Assistant Secretary of
      Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence
      (ASDC3I) to the Director of the Defense Communications Agency
      (DCA).  This letter is distributed for information only.

   944     Reynolds     Apr 85      Official ARPA-Internet Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   943     Reynolds     Apr 85      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   942     NRC          Feb 85      Transport Protocols for Department
                                    of Defense Data Networks

      This RFC reproduces the National Research Council report resulting
      from a study of the DoD Internet Protocol (IP) and Transmission
      Control Protocol (TCP) in comparison with the ISO Internet
      Protocol (ISO-IP) and Transport Protocol level 4 (TP-4).

   941     ISO          Apr 85      Addendum to the Network Service
                                    Definition Covering Network Layer
                                    Addressing

      This Addendum to the Network Service Definition Standard, ISO
      8348, defines the abstract syntax and semantics of the Network
      Address (Network Service Access Point Address).  The Network
      Address defined in this Addendum is the address that appears in
      the primitives of the connection-mode Network Service as the
      calling address, called address, and responding address
      parameters, and in the primitives of the connectionless-mode
      Network  Service  as  the source address and destination address
      parameters.

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      This document is distributed as an RFC for information only.  It
      does not specify a standard for the ARPA-Internet.

   940     GADS         Apr 85      Toward an Internet Standard Scheme
                                    for Subnetting

      Several sites now contain a complex of local links connected to
      the Internet via a gateway.  The details of the internal
      connectivity are of little interest to the rest of the Internet.
      One way of organizing these local complexes of links is to use the
      same strategy as the Internet uses to organize networks, that is,
      to declare each link to be an entity (like a network) and to
      interconnect the links with devices that perform routing functions
      (like gateways).  This general scheme is called subnetting, the
      individual links are called subnets, and the connecting devices
      are called subgateways (or bridges, or gateways).  This RFC
      discusses standardizing the protocol used in subnetted
      environments in the ARPA-Internet.  Distribution of this memo is
      unlimited.  The author of this RFC is the Gateway Algorithms and
      Data Structures (GADS) Task Force, chaired by David L. Mills.

   939     NRC          Feb 85      Executive Summary of the NRC Report
                                    on Transport Protocols for
                                    Department of Defense Data Networks

      This RFC reproduces the material from the "front pages" of the
      National Research Council report resulting from a study of the DOD
      Internet Protocol (IP) and Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) in
      comparison with the ISO Internet Protocol (ISO-IP) and Transport
      Protocol level 4 (TP-4).  The point of this RFC is to make the
      text of the Executive Summary widely available in a timely way.
      The order of presentation has been altered, and the pagination
      changed.

   938     Miller       Feb 85      Internet Reliable Transaction
                                    Protocol Functional and Interface
                                    Specification

      This RFC is being distributed to members of the DARPA research
      community in order to solicit their reactions to the proposals
      contained in it.  While the issues discussed may not be directly
      relevant to the research problems of the DARPA community, they may
      be interesting to a number of researchers and implementors.  This
      RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community,
      and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

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   937     Reynolds     Feb 85      Post Office Protocol - Version 2

      This RFC suggests a simple method for workstations to dynamically
      access mail from a mailbox server.  This RFC specifies a proposed
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion
      and suggestions for improvement.  This memo is a revision of
      RFC 918.

   936     Karels       Feb 85      Another Internet Subnet Addressing
                                    Scheme

      There have been several proposals for schemes to allow the use of
      a single Internet network number to refer to a collection of
      physical networks under common administration which are reachable
      from the rest of the Internet by a common route.  Such schemes
      allow a simplified view of an otherwise complicated topology from
      hosts and gateways outside of this collection.  They allow the
      complexity of the number and  type of these networks, and routing
      to them, to be localized.  Additions and changes in configuration
      thus cause no detectable change, and no interruption of service,
      due to slow propagation of routing and other information outside
      of the local environment.  These schemes also simplify the
      administration of the network, as changes do not require
      allocation of new network numbers for each new cable installed.
      This proposal discusses an alternative scheme, one that has been
      in use at the University of California, Berkeley since April 1984.
      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

   935     Robinson     Jan 85      Reliable Link Layer Protocols

      This RFC discusses protocols proposed recently in RFCs 914 and
      916, and suggests a proposed protocol that could meet the same
      needs addressed in those memos.  The stated need is reliable
      communication between two programs over a full-duplex,
      point-to-point communication link, and in particular the RFCs
      address the need for such communication over an asynchronous link
      at relatively low speeds. The suggested protocol uses the methods
      of existing national and international data link layer standards.
      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

   934     Rose         Jan 85      Proposed Standard for Message
                                    Encapsulation

      This memo concerns itself with message forwarding.  Forwarding can
      be thought of as encapsulating one or more messages inside

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      another. Although this is useful for transfer of past
      correspondence to new recipients, without a decapsulation process
      (which this memo terms "bursting"), the forwarded messages are of
      little use to the recipients because they can not be distributed,
      forwarded, replied-to, or otherwise processed as separate
      individual messages. In order to burst a message it is necessary
      to know how the component messages were encapsulated in the draft.
      At present there is no unambiguous standard for interest group
      digests.  This RFC proposes a proposed protocol for the
      ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions
      for improvements.

   933     Silverman    Jan 85      Output Marking Telnet Option

      This proposed option would allow a Server-Telnet to send a banner
      to a User-Telnet so that this banner would be displayed on the
      workstation screen independently of the application software
      running in the Server-Telnet.

   932     Clark        Jan 85      A Subnetwork Addressing Scheme

      This RFC proposes an alternative addressing scheme for subnets
      which, in most cases, requires no modification to host software
      whatsoever.  The drawbacks of this scheme are that the total
      number of subnets in any one network are limited, and that
      modification is required to all gateways.

   931     StJohns      Jan 85      Authentication Server

      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.  This is the second draft of this proposal
      (superseding RFC 912) and incorporates a more formal description
      of the syntax for the request and response dialog, as well as a
      change to specify the type of user identification returned.

   930     Solomon      Jan 85      Telnet Terminal Type Option

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that exchange terminal type information
      within the Telnet protocol are expected to adopt and implement
      this standard.  Distribution of this memo is unlimited.  This
      standard supersedes RFC 884.  The only change is to specify that
      the TERMINAL-TYPE IS sub-negotiation should be sent only in
      response to the TERMINAL-TYPE SEND sub-negotiation.

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   929     Lilienkamp   Dec 84      Proposed Host-Front End Protocol

      The Host-Front End Protocol introduced in RFC 928 is described in
      detail in this memo.  The first order of business is to declare
      that THIS IS A PROPOSAL, NOT A FINAL STANDARD, and the second
      order of business is to request that any readers of these
      documents who are able to do test implementations (a) do so and
      (b) coordinate their efforts with the author.  This RFC suggests a
      proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests
      discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   928     Padlipsky    Dec 84      Introduction to Proposed DOD
                                    Standard H-FP

      The broad outline of the Host-Front End Protocol introduced here
      and described in RFC 929 is the result of the deliberations of a
      number of experienced H-FP designers, who sat as a committee of
      the DoD Protocol Standards Technical Panel.  It is the intent of
      the designers that the protocol be subjected to multiple test
      implementations and probable iteration before being agreed upon as
      any sort of "standard".  Therefore, the first order of business is
      to declare that THIS IS A PROPOSAL, NOT A FINAL STANDARD, and the
      second order of business is to request that any readers of these
      documents who are able to do test implementations (a) do so and
      (b) coordinate their efforts with the author.  This RFC suggests a
      proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests
      discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   927     Anderson     Dec 84      TACACS User Identification Telnet
                                    Option

      The following is the description of a Telnet option designed to
      facilitate double login avoidance.  It is intended primarily for
      TAC connections to target hosts on behalf of TAC users, but it can
      be used between any two consenting hosts.  For example, all hosts
      at one site (e.g., BBN) can use this option to avoid double login
      when TELNETing to one another.

      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

   926     ISO          Dec 84      Protocol for Providing the
                                    Connectionless-Mode Network Services

      This note is the draft ISO protocol roughly similar to the DoD
      Internet Protocol.  This document has been prepared by retyping
      the text of ISO DIS 8473 of May 1984, which is currently
      undergoing voting within ISO as a Draft International Standard

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      (DIS).  This document is distributed as an RFC for information
      only.  It does not specify a standard for the ARPA-Internet.

   925     Postel       Oct 84      Multi-LAN Address Resolution

      The problem of treating a set of local area networks (LANs) as one
      Internet network has generated some interest and concern.  It is
      inappropriate to give each LAN within a site a distinct
      ARPA-Internet network number.  It is desirable to hide the details
      of the interconnections between the LANs within a site from
      people, gateways, and hosts outside the site.  The question arises
      on how to best do this, and even how to do it at all.  In RFC 917,
      Jeffery Mogul makes a case for the use of "explicit subnets" in a
      multi-LAN environment.  The explicit subnet scheme is a call to
      recursively apply the mechanisms the ARPA-Internet uses to manage
      networks to the problem of managing LANs within one network.  In
      this note I urge another approach: the use of "transparent
      subnets" supported by a multi-LAN extension of the Address
      Resolution Protocol.  This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for
      the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and
      suggestions for improvements.

   924     Reynolds     Oct 84      Official ARPA-Internet Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   923     Reynolds     Oct 84      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   922     Mogul        Oct 84      Broadcasting Internet Datagrams in
                                    the Presence of Subnets

      We propose simple rules for broadcasting Internet datagrams on
      local networks that support broadcast, for addressing broadcasts,
      and for how gateways should handle them.

      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

   921     Postel       Oct 84      Domain Name System Implementation
                                    Schedule - Revised

      This memo is a policy statement on the implementation of the
      Domain Style Naming System in the ARPA-Internet.  This memo is an
      update of RFC 881, and RFC 897.  This is an official policy
      statement of the IAB and the DARPA.  The intent of this memo is to
      detail the schedule for the implementation for the Domain Style

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      Naming System.  The explanation of how this system works is to be
      found in the references.

   920     Postel       Oct 84      Domain Requirements

      This memo states the requirements on establishing a Domain, and
      introduces the limited set of top level domains.  This memo is a
      policy statement on the requirements of establishing a new domain
      in the ARPA-Internet and the DARPA research community.  This is an
      official policy statement of the IAB and the DARPA.

   919     Mogul        Oct 84      Broadcasting Internet Datagrams

      This RFC proposes simple rules for broadcasting Internet datagrams
      on local networks that support broadcast, for addressing
      broadcasts, and for how gateways should handle them.  This RFC
      suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and
      requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   918     Reynolds     Oct 84      Post Office Protocol (POP)

      Updated by RFC 937.

   917     Mogul        Oct 84      Internet Subnets

      This memo discusses subnets and proposes procedures for the use of
      subnets, including approaches to solving the problems that arise,
      particularly that of routing.  A subnet of an Internet network is
      a logically visible sub-section of a single Internet network.  For
      administrative or technical reasons, many organizations have
      chosen to divide one Internet network into several subnets,
      instead of acquiring a set of Internet network numbers.  This RFC
      suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and
      requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   916     Finn         Oct 84      Reliable Asynchronous Transfer
                                    Protocol (RATP)

      This paper proposes and specifies a protocol which allows two
      programs to reliably communicate over a communication link.  It
      ensures that the data entering one end of the link if received
      arrives at the other end intact and unaltered.  The protocol,
      named RATP, is designed to operate over a full duplex
      point-to-point connection.  It contains some features which tailor
      it to the RS-232 links now in common use.

      This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet
      community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvements.

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   915     Elvy         Dec 84      Network Mail Path Service

      The network mail path service fills the current need of people to
      determine mailbox addresses for hosts that are not part of the
      ARPA-Internet but can be reached by one or more relay hosts that
      have Unix to Unix Copy (UUCP) mail, CSNET mail, MAILNET mail,
      BITNET mail, etc.  Anyone can use the service if they have
      TCP/TELENET to one of the hosts with a mail path server.  This RFC
      proposes a new service for the ARPA-Internet community and
      requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   914     Farber       Sep 84      A Thinwire Protocol

      This document focuses discussion on the particular problems in the
      ARPA-Internet of low speed network interconnection with personal
      computers, and possible methods of solution.  None of the proposed
      solutions in this document are intended as standards for the
      ARPA-Internet.  Rather, it is hoped that a general consensus will
      emerge as to the appropriate solution to the problems, leading
      eventually to the adoption of standards.

   913     Lottor       Sep 84      Simple File Transfer Protocol

      This memo describes a proposed Simple File Transfer Protocol
      (SFTP).  It fills the need of people wanting a protocol that is
      more useful than TFTP but easier to implement (and less powerful)
      than FTP.  SFTP supports user access control, file transfers,
      directory listing, directory changing, file renaming, and
      deleting.  Discussion of this proposal is encouraged, and
      suggestions for improvements may be sent to the author.

   912     StJohns      Sep 84      Authentication Service

      This memo describes a proposed authentication protocol for
      verifying the identity of a user of a TCP connection.  Given a TCP
      port number pair, it returns a character string which identifies
      the owner of that connection on the server's system.  Suggested
      uses include automatic identification and verification of a user
      during an FTP session, additional verification of a TAC dial up
      user, and access verification for a generalized network file
      server.

   911     Kirton       Aug 84      EGP Gateway under Berkeley Unix 4.2

      This memo describes an implementation of the Exterior Gateway
      Protocol (EGP) (in that sense it is a status report).  The memo
      also discusses some possible extentions and some design issues (in
      that sense it is an invitation for further discussion).

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   910     Forsdick     Aug 84      Multimedia Mail Meeting Notes

      This memo is a report on a meeting about the experimental
      multimedia mail system (and in a sense a status report on that
      experiment).  The meeting was held at Bolt Beranek and Newman on
      23-24 July 1984 to discuss recent progress by groups who are
      building multimedia mail systems and to discuss a variety of
      issues related to the further development of multimedia systems.
      Representatives were present from BBN, ISI, SRI and Linkabit.
      Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

   909     Welles       Jul 84      Loader Debugger Protocol

      The Loader Debugger Protocol (LDP) is an application layer
      protocol for loading, dumping, and debugging target machines from
      hosts in a network environment.  This RFC specifies a proposed
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet and DARPA research community, and
      requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.

   908     Velten       Jul 84      Reliable Data Protocol

      The Reliable Data Protocol (RDP) is designed to provide a reliable
      data transport service for packet-based applications.  This RFC
      specifies a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet and DARPA
      research community, and requests discussion and suggestions for
      improvemts.

   907     Storch       Jul 84      Host Access Protocol Specification

      This document specifies the Host Access Protocol (HAP).  Although
      HAP was originally designed as the network-access level protocol
      for the DARPA/DCA sponsored Wideband Packet Satellite Network, it
      is intended that it evolve into a standard interface SATNET and
      TACNET (aka MATNET) as well as the Wideband Network.  HAP is an
      experimental protocol, and will undergo further revision as new
      capabilities are added and/or different satellite networks are
      suported.  Implementations of HAP should be performed in
      coordination with satellite network development and operations
      personnel.

   906     Finlayson    Jun 84      Bootstrap Loading Using TFTP

      It is often convenient to be able to bootstrap a computer system
      from a communications network.  This RFC proposes the use of the
      IP/TFTP protocol for bootstrap loading in this case.

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   905     ISO          Apr 84      ISO Transport Protocol Specification
                                    (ISO DP 8073)

      This is the current specification of the ISO Transport Protocol.
      This document is the text of ISO/TC97/SC16/N1576 as corrected by
      ISO/TC97/SC16/N1695.  This is the specification currently being
      voted on in ISO as a Draft International Standard (DIS).  This
      document is distributed as an RFC for your information only, it
      does not specify a standard for the ARPA-Internet or DARPA
      research community.  Our thanks to Alex McKenzie of BBN for making
      this online version available.  Please note the size of this
      document, the file contains 258,729 characters.

   904     Mills        Apr 84      Exterior Gateway Protocol Formal
                                    Specification

      This is the specification of the Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP).
      This memo updates portions of RFC 888 and RFC 827.  This RFC
      specifies an official protocol of the DARPA community for use
      between gateways of different autonomous systems in the
      ARPA-Internet.

   903     Finlayson    Jun 84      A Reverse Address Resolution
                                    Protocol

      This RFC suggests a method for workstations to dynamically find
      their protocol address (e.g., their Internet Address), when they
      know only their hardware address (e.g., their attached physical
      network address).  This RFC specifies a proposed protocol for the
      ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions
      for improvement.

   902     Postel       Jul 84      ARPA-Internet Protocol Policy

      The purpose of this memo is to explain how protocol standards are
      adopted for the ARPA-Internet and the DARPA research community.
      There are three important aspects to be discussed:  the process,
      the authority, and the complex relationship between the DARPA
      community and the DDN community.  This memo is a policy statement
      on how protocols become official standards for the ARPA-Internet
      and the DARPA research community.  This is an official policy
      statement of the ICCB and the DARPA.

   901     Reynolds     Jun 84      Official ARPA-Internet Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

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   900     Reynolds     Jun 84      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   899     Postel       Apr 84      Requests For Comments Summary

      A summary of the Request for Comments documents from RFC 800-898.

   898     Hinden       Apr 84      Gateway Special Interest Group
                                    Meeting Notes

      This memo is a report on the Gateway Special Interest Group
      Meeting that was held at ISI on 28 and 29 February 1984.  Robert
      Hinden of BBNCC chaired, and Jon Postel of ISI hosted the meeting.
      Approximately 35 gateway designers and implementors attended.
      These notes are based on the recollections of Jon Postel and Mike
      Muuss.  Under each topic area are Jon Postel's brief notes, and
      additional details from Mike Muuss.  This memo is a report on the
      meeting.  No conclusions, decisions, or policy statements are
      documented in this note.

   897     Postel       Feb 84      Domain Name System Implementation
                                    Schedule

      This memo is a policy statement on the implementation of the
      Domain Style Naming System in the ARPA-Internet.  This memo is a
      partial update of RFC 881.  The intent of this memo is to detail
      the schedule for the implementation of the Domain Style Naming
      System.  The names of hosts will be changed to Domain style names.
      Hosts will begin to use Domain style names on 14-Mar-84, and the
      use of old style names will be completely phased out before
      2-May-84.  This applies to both the ARPA research hosts and the
      DDN operational hosts.  This is an official policy statement of
      the ICCB and the DARPA.

   896     Nagle        Jan 84      Congestion Control in IP/TCP
                                    Internetworks

      This memo discusses some aspects of congestion control in IP/TCP
      Internetworks.  It is intended to stimulate thought and further
      discussion of this topic.  While some specific suggestions are
      made for improved congestion control implementation, this memo
      does not specify any standards.

   895     Postel       Apr 84      A Standard for the Transmission of
                                    IP Datagrams over Experimental
                                    Ethernet Networks

      This RFC specifies a standard method of encapsulating Internet

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      Protocol (IP) datagrams on an Experimental Ethernet.  This RFC
      specifies a standard protocol for the ARPA-Internet community.

   894     Hornig       Apr 84      A Standard for the Transmission of
                                    IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks

      This RFC specifies a standard method of encapsulating Internet
      Protocol (IP) datagrams on an Ethernet.  This RFC specifies a
      standard protocol for the ARPA-Internet community.

   893     Leffler      Apr 84      Trailer Encapsulations

      This RFC discusses the motivation for use of "trailer
      encapsulations" on local-area networks and describes the
      implementation of such an encapsulation on various media.  This
      document is for information only.  This is NOT an official
      protocol for the ARPA-Internet community.

   892     ISO          Dec 83      ISO Transport Protocol Specification

      This is a draft version of the transport protocol being
      standardized by the ISO.  This version also appeared in the ACM
      SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (V.12, N.3-4)
      July-October 1982.  This version is now out of date.

   891     Mills        Dec 83      DCN Local-Network Protocols

      This RFC provides a description of the DCN protocols for
      maintaining connectivity, routing, and clock information in a
      local network.  These procedures may be of interest to the
      designers and implementers of other local networks.

   890     Postel       Feb 84      Exterior Gateway Protocol
                                    Implementation Schedule

      This memo is a policy statement on the implementation of the
      Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) in the ARPA-Internet.  This is an
      official policy statement of ICCB and DARPA.  After 1-Aug-84 there
      shall be no dumb gateways in the Internet.  Every gateway must be
      a member of some autonomous system.  Some gateway of each
      autonomous system must exchange routing information with some
      gateway of the core autonomous system using the Exterior Gateway
      Protocol.

   889     Mills        Dec 83      Internet Delay Experiments

      This memo reports on some measurements of round-trip times in the
      Internet and suggests some possible improvements to the TCP

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      retransmission timeout calculation.  This memo is both a status
      report on the ARPA-Internet and advice to TCP implementers.

   888     Seamonson    Jan 84      "Stub" Exterior Gateway Protocol

      This RFC describes the Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) used to
      connect Stub Gateways to an Autonomous System of core Gateways.
      This document specifies the working protocol, and defines an ARPA
      official protocol.  All implementers of Gateways should carefully
      review this document.

   887     Accetta      Dec 83      Resource Location Protocol

      This RFC specifies a draft standard for the ARPA-Internet
      community.  It describes a resource location protocol for use in
      the ARPA-Internet.  It is most useful on networks employing
      technologies which support some method of broadcast addressing,
      however it may also be used on other types of networks.  For
      maximum benefit, all hosts which provide significant resources or
      services to other hosts on the ARPA-Internet should implement this
      protocol.  Hosts failing to implement the Resource Location
      Protocol risk being ignored by other hosts which are attempting to
      locate resources on the ARPA-Internet.

   886     Rose         Dec 83      Proposed Standard for Message Header
                                    Munging

      This RFC specifies a draft standard for the ARPA-Internet
      community.  It describes the rules to be used when transforming
      mail from the conventions of one message system to those of
      another message system.  In particular, the treatment of header
      fields, and recipient addresses is specified.

   885     Postel       Dec 83      Telnet End of Record Option

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.  It
      specifies a method for marking the end of records in data
      transmitted on Telnet connections.

   884     Solomon      Dec 83      Telnet Terminal Type Option

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.  It
      specifies a method for exchanging terminal type information in the
      Telnet protocol.

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   883     Mockapetris  Nov 83      Domain Names - Implementation and
                                    Specification

      This RFC discusses the implementation of domain name servers and
      resolvers, specifies the format of transactions, and discusses the
      use of domain names in the context of existing mail systems and
      other network software.

   882     Mockapetris  Nov 83      Domain Names - Concepts and
                                    Facilities

      This RFC introduces domain style names, their use for
      DDN/ARPA-Internet mail and host address support, and the protocol
      and servers used to implement domain name facilities.

   881     Postel       Nov 83      The Domain Names Plan and Schedule

      This RFC outlines a plan and schedule for the implementation of
      domain style names throughout the DDN/ARPA-Internet community.
      The introduction of domain style names will impact all hosts on
      the DDN/ARPA-Internet.

   880     Reynolds     Oct 83      Official Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   879     Postel       Nov 83      The TCP Maximum Segment Size and
                                    Related Topics

      This RFC discusses the TCP Maximum Segment Size Option and related
      topics.  The purpose is to clarify some aspects of TCP and its
      interaction with IP.  This memo is a clarification to the TCP
      specification, and contains information that may be considered as
      "advice to implementers".

   878     Malis        Dec 83      The ARPANET 1822L Host Access
                                    Protocol

      This RFC specifies the ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol, which
      is a successor to the existing 1822 Host Access Protocol.  The
      1822L procedure allows ARPANET hosts to use logical identifiers as
      well as 1822 physical interface identifiers to address each other.

   877     Korb         Sep 83      A Standard for the Transmission of
                                    IP Datagrams Over Public Data
                                    Networks

      This RFC specifies a standard adopted by CSNET, the VAN gateway,

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      and other organizations for the transmission of IP datagrams over
      the X.25-based public data networks.

   876     Smallberg    Sep 83      Survey of SMTP Implementations

      This RFC is a survey of implementation status.  It does not
      specify an official protocol, but rather notes the status of
      implementation of aspects of a protocol.  It is expected that the
      status of the hosts reported on will change.  This information
      must be treated as a snapshot of the state of these
      implemetations.

   875     Padlipsky    Sep 82      Gateways, Architectures, and
                                    Heffalumps

      This RFC is a discussion about the role of gateways in an
      internetwork, especially the problems of translating or mapping
      protocols between different protocol suites.  The discussion notes
      possible functionality mis-matches, undesirable routing
      "singularity points", flow control issues, and high cost of
      translating gateways.  Originally published as M82-51 by the MITRE
      Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts.

   874     Padlipsky    Sep 82      A Critique of X.25

      This RFC is an analysis of X.25 pointing out some problems in the
      conceptual model, particularly the conflict between the interface
      aspects and the end-to-end aspects.  The memo also touches on
      security, and implementation issues.  Originally published as
      M82-50 by the MITRE Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts.

   873     Padlipsky    Sep 82      The Illusion of Vendor Support

      This memo takes issue with the claim that international standards
      in computer protocols presently provide a basis for low cost
      vendor supported protocol implementations.  Originally published
      as M82-49 by the MITRE Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts.

   872     Padlipsky    Sep 82      TCP-ON-A-LAN

      This memo attacks the notion that TCP cannot be appropriate for
      use on a Local Area Network.  Originally published as M82-48 by
      the MITRE Corporation, Bedford Massachusetts.

   871     Padlipsky    Sep 82      A Perspective on the Arpanet
                                    Reference Model

      This RFC is primarily intended as a perspective on the ARM and
      points out some of the differences between the ARM and the ISORM

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      which were expressed by members in NWG general meetings, NWG
      protocol design committee meetings, the ARPA-Internet Working
      Group, and private conversations over the intervening years.
      Originally published as M82-47 by the MITRE Corporation, Bedford,
      Massachusetts.

   870     Reynolds     Oct 83      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   869     Hinden       Dec 83      A Host Monitoring Protocol

      This RFC specifies the Host Monitoring Protocol used to collect
      information from various types of hosts in the Internet.
      Designers of Internet communications software are encouraged to
      consider this protocol as a means of monitoring the behavior of
      their creations.

   868     Postel       May 83      Time Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Time
      Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.  This
      protocol provides a site-independent, machine readable date and
      time.  The Time service sends back to the originating source the
      time in seconds since midnight on January first 1900.

   867     Postel       May 83      Daytime Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Daytime
      Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.  The
      Daytime service simply sends the current date and time as a
      character string without regard to the input.

   866     Postel       May 83      Active Users

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement an Active
      Users Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.
      The Active Users service simply sends a list of the currently
      active users on the host without regard to the input.

   865     Postel       May 83      Quote of the Day Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Quote of the
      Day Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.

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      The Quote of the Day service simply sends a short message without
      regard to the input.

   864     Postel       May 83      Character Generator Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Character
      Generator Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this
      standard.  The Character Generator service simply sends data
      without regard to the input.

   863     Postel       May 83      Discard Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Discard
      Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.  The
      Discard service simply throws away any data it receives.

   862     Postel       May 83      Echo Protocol

      This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet community.
      Hosts on the ARPA-Internet that choose to implement a Echo
      Protocol are expected to adopt and implement this standard.  The
      Echo service simply sends back to the originating source any data
      it receives.

   861     Postel       May 83      Telnet Extended Options - List
                                    Option

      This Telnet Option provides a mechanism for extending the set of
      possible options.  This RFC specifies a standard for the
      ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected
      to adopt and implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 16239.

   860     Postel       May 83      Telnet Timing Mark Option

      This Telnet Option provides a way to check the roundtrip path
      between two Telnet modules.  This RFC specifies a standard for the
      ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected
      to adopt and implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 16238.

   859     Postel       May 83      Telnet Status Option

      This Telnet Option provides a way to determine the other Telnet
      module's view of the status of options.  This RFC specifies a
      standard for the ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the
      ARPA-Internet are expected to adopt and implement this standard.
      Obsoletes RFC 651 (NIC 31154).

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   858     Postel       May 83      Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option

      This Telnet Option disables the exchange of go-ahead signals
      between the Telnet modules.  This RFC specifies a standard for the
      ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected
      to adopt and implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 15392.

   857     Postel       May 83      Telnet Echo Option

      This Telnet Option enables remote echoing by the other Telnet
      module.  This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet
      community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected to adopt and
      implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 15390.

   856     Postel       May 83      Telnet Binary Transmission

      This Telnet Option enables a binary data mode between the Telnet
      modules.  This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA-Internet
      community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected to adopt and
      implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 15389.

   855     Postel       May 83      Telnet Option Specifications

      This memo specifies the general form for Telnet options and the
      directions for their specification.  This RFC specifies a standard
      for the ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are
      expected to adopt and implement this standard.  Obsoletes RFC 651,
      NIC 18640.

   854     Postel       May 83      Telnet Protocol Specifications

      This is the specification of the Telnet protocol used for remote
      terminal access in the ARPA-Internet.  The purpose of the Telnet
      Protocol is to provide a fairly general, bi-directional, eight-bit
      byte oriented communications facility.  Its primary goal is to
      allow a standard method of interfacing terminal devices and
      terminal-oriented processes to each other.  It is envisioned that
      the protocol may also be used for terminal-terminal communication
      ("linking") and process-process communication (distributed
      computation).   This RFC specifies a standard for the
      ARPA-Internet community.  Hosts on the ARPA-Internet are expected
      to adopt and implement this standard.  Obsoletes NIC 18639.

   853     Never Issued.

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   852     Malis        Apr 83      The ARPANET Short Blocking Feature

      This RFC specifies the ARPANET Short Blocking Feature, which will
      allow ARPANET  hosts to optionally shorten the IMP's host blocking
      timer.  This Feature is a replacement of the ARPANET non-blocking
      host interface, which was never implemented, and will be available
      to hosts using either the 1822 or 1822L Host Access Protocol.
      This RFC is also being presented as a solicitation of comments on
      the Short Blocking Feature, especially from host network software
      implementers and maintainers.

   851     Malis        Apr 83      The ARPANET 1822L Host Access
                                    Protocol

      This RFC specifies the ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol, which
      is a successor to the existing 1822 Host Access Protocol.  1822L
      allows ARPANET hosts to use logical names as well as 1822's
      physical port locations to address each other.  This RFC is also
      being presented as a solicitation of comments on 1822L, especially
      from host network software implementers and maintainers.
      Obsoletes RFC 802.

   850     Horton       Jun 83      Standard for Interchange of USENET
                                    Messages

      This memo is distributed as an RFC only to make this information
      easily accessible to researchers in the ARPA-Internet community.
      It does not specify an Internet standard.  This RFC defines the
      standard format for interchange of Network News articles among
      USENET sites.  It describes the format for articles themselves,
      and gives partial standards for transmission of news.  The news
      transmission is not entirely standardized in order to give a good
      deal of flexibility to the individual hosts to choose transmission
      hardware and software, whether to batch news and so on.

   849     Crispin      May 83      Suggestions for Improved Host Table
                                    Distribution

      This RFC actually is a request for comments.  The issue dealt with
      is that of a naming registry update procedure, both as exists
      currently and what could exist in the future.  None of the
      proposed solutions are intended as standards at this time; rather
      it is hoped that a general consensus will emerge as the
      appropriate solution, leaving eventually to the adoption of
      standards.

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   848     Smallberg    Mar 83      Who provides the "Little" TCP
                                    Services?

      This RFC lists those hosts which provide any of these "little" TCP
      services:  The list of hosts were taken from the NIC hostname
      table of 24-Feb-83.  The tests were run on February 23 and 24, and
      March 3 and 5 from ISI-VAXA.ARPA.

   847     Westine      Feb 83      Summary of Smallberg Surveys

      This is a summary of the surveys of Telnet, FTP and Mail (SMTP)
      servers conducted by David Smallberg in December 1982, January and
      February 1983 as reported in RFC 832-843, 845-846.  This memo
      extracts the number of hosts that accepted the connection to their
      server for each of Telnet, FTP, and SMTP, and compares it to the
      total host in the ARPA-Internet (not counting TACs or ECHOS).

   846     Smallberg    Feb 83      Who Talks TCP? -- Survey of 22
                                    February 1983

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 18-Feb-83.  The tests were
      run on 22-Feb-83 from ISI-VAXA.ARPA.

   845     Smallberg    Feb 83      Who Talks TCP? -- Survey of 15
                                    February 1983

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 3-Feb-83.  The tests were run
      on 15-Feb-83 from ISI-VAXA.ARPA.

   844     Clements    Feb 83       Who Talks ICMP, too?  Survey of 18
                                    February 1983

      This survey determines how many hosts are able to respond to
      Telnet connections from a user at a class C site.  This requires,
      in addition to IP and TCP, participation in gateway routing via
      ICMP and handling of Class C addresses.  The list of hosts was
      taken from RFC 843, extracting only those hosts which are listed
      there as accepting Telnet connection.  The tests were run on
      18-Feb-83.

   843     Smallberg    Feb 83      Who Talks TCP? -- Survey of 8
                                    February 1983

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was

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      taken from the NIC hostname table of 3-Feb-83.  The tests were run
      on 8-Feb-83 and on 9-Feb-83 from ISI-VAXA.ARPA.

   842     Smallberg    Feb 83      Who Talks TCP? -- Survey of 1
                                    February 1983

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 28-Jan-83.  The tests were
      run on 1-Feb-83 and on 2-Feb-83 ISI-VAXA.ARPA.

   841     FIPS PUB 98  Jan 83      Specification for Message Format for
                                    Computer Based Message Systems

      This RFC is FIPS 98.  The purpose of distributing this document as
      an RFC is to make it easily accessible to the ARPA research
      community.  This RFC does not specify a standard for the
      ARPA-Internet.  Obsoletes RFC 806.

   840     Postel       Apr 83      Official Protocols

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   839     Smallberg    Jan 83      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 31-Dec-82.  The tests were
      run on 25-Jan-83.

   838     Smallberg    Jan 83      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 31-Dec-82.  The tests were
      run on 18-Jan-83.

   837     Smallberg    Jan 83      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 31-Dec-82.  The tests were
      run on 11-Jan-83.

   836     Smallberg    Jan 83      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was

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      taken from the NIC hostname table of 20-Dec-82.  The tests were
      run on 4-Jan-83 through 5-Jan-83.

   835     Smallberg    Dec 82      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 2-Dec-82.  The tests were run
      on 28-Dec-82 through 5-Jan-83.

   834     Smallberg    Dec 82      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 2-Dec-82.  The tests were run
      on 22-Dec-82.

   833     Smallberg    Dec 82      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 2-Dec-82.  The tests were run
      on 14-Dec-82.

   832     Smallberg    Dec 82      Who Talks TCP?

      This RFC is a survey of hosts to identify the implementation
      status of Telnet, FTP, and Mail on TCP.  The list of hosts was
      taken from the NIC hostname table of 2-Dec-82.  The tests were run
      on 7-Dec-82.

   831     Braden       Dec 82      Backup Access to the European Side
                                    of SATNET

      The purpose of this RFC is to focus discussion on a particular
      Internet problem:  a backup path for software maintenance of the
      European sector of the Internet, for use when SATNET is
      partitioned.  We propose a mechanism, based upon the Source
      Routing option of IP, to reach European Internet sites via the VAN
      Gateway and UCL.  This proposal is not intended as a standard at
      this time.

   830     Zaw-Sing Su  Oct 82      A Distributed System for Internet
                                    Name Service

      This RFC proposes a distributed name service for ARPA-Internet.
      Its purpose is to focus discussion on the subject.  It is hoped
      that a general consensus will emerge leading eventually to the
      adoption of standards.

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   829     Cerf         Oct 82      Packet Satellite Technology
                                    Reference Sources

      This RFC describes briefly the packet satellite technology
      developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and
      several other participating organizations in the U.K. and Norway
      and provides a bibliography of relevant papers for researchers
      interested in experimental and operational experience with this
      dynamic satellite-sharing technique.

   828     Owen         Aug 82      Data Communications:  IFIP's
                                    International "Network" of Experts

      This RFC is distributed to inform the ARPA-Internet community of
      the activities of the IFIP technical committee on Data
      Communications, and to encourage participation in those
      activities.

   827     Rosen        Oct 82      Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)

      This RFC is proposed to establish a standard for Gateway to
      Gateway procedures that allow the Gateways to be mutually
      suspicious.  This document is a DRAFT for that standard.  Your
      comments are strongly encouraged.

   826     Plummer      Nov 82      An Ethernet Address Resolution
                                    Protocol

      The purpose of this RFC is to present a method of Converting
      Protocol Addresses (e.g., IP addresses) to Local Network Addresses
      (e.g., Ethernet addresses).  This is an issue of general concern
      in the ARPA-Internet Community at this time.  The method proposed
      here is presented for your consideration and comment.  This is not
      the specification of an ARPA-Internet Standard.

   825     Postel       Nov 82      Request for Comments on Requests for
                                    Comments

      This RFC is intended to clarify the status of RFCs and to provide
      some guidance for the authors of RFCs in the future.  It is in a
      sense a specification for RFCs.

   824     MacGregor    Aug 82      The Cronus Virtual Local Network

      The purpose of this note is to describe the CRONUS Virtual Local
      Network, especially the addressing related features.  These
      features include a method for mapping between Internet Addresses
      and Local Network addresses.  This is a topic of current concern
      in the ARPA-Internet community.  This note is intended to

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      stimulate discussion.  This is not a specification of an
      ARPA-Internet Standard.

   823     Hinden       Sep 82      The DARPA Internet Gateway

      This RFC is a status report on the Internet Gateway developed by
      BBN.  It describes the Internet Gateway as of September 1982.
      This memo presents detailed descriptions of message formats and
      gateway procedures, however, this is not an implementation
      specification, and such details are subject to change.

   822     Crocker      Aug 82      Standard for the Format of ARPA
                                    Internet Text Messages

      This document revises the specifications in RFC 733, in order to
      serve the needs of the larger and more complex ARPA-Internet.
      Some of RFC 733's features failed to gain adequate acceptance.  In
      order to simplify the standard and the software that follows it,
      these features have been removed.  A different addressing scheme
      is used, to handle the case of internetwork mail; and the concept
      of re-transmission has been introduced.  Obsoletes RFC 733,
      NIC 41952.

   821     Postel       Aug 82      Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

      The objective of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is to
      transfer mail reliably and efficiently.  SMTP is independent of
      the particular transmission subsystem and requires only a reliable
      ordered data stream channel.  Obsoletes RFCs 788, 780, 772.

   820     Postel       Jan 82      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC is is replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   819     Zaw-Sing Su  Aug 82      The Domain Naming Convention for
                                    Internet User Applications

      This RFC is an attempt to clarify the generalization of the Domain
      Naming Convention, the Internet Naming Convention, and to explore
      the implications of its adoption for ARPA-Internet name service
      and user applications.

   818     Postel       Nov 82      The Remote User Telnet Service

      This RFC is the specification of an application protocol.  Any
      host that implements this application level service must follow
      this protocol.

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   817     Clark        Jul 82      Modularity and Efficiency in
                                    Protocol Implementation

      This RFC will discuss some of the commonly encountered reasons why
      protocol implementations seem to run slowly.

   816     Clark        Jul 82      Fault Isolation and Recovery

      This RFC describes the portion of fault isolation and recovery
      which is the responsibility of the host.

   815     Clark        Jul 82      IP Datagram Reassembly Algorithms

      This RFC describes an alternate approach of dealing with
      reassembly which reduces the bookkeeping problem to a minimum, and
      requires only one buffer for storage equal in size to the final
      datagram being reassembled, which can reassemble a datagram from
      any number of fragments arriving in any order with any possible
      pattern of overlap and duplication, and which is appropriate for
      almost any sort of operating system.

   814     Clark        Jul 82      Name, Addresses, Ports, and Routes

      This RFC gives suggestions and guidance for the design of the
      tables and algorithms necessary to keep track of these various
      sorts of identifiers inside a host implementation of TCP/IP.

   813     Clark        Jul 82      Window and Acknowledgement Strategy
                                    in TCP

      This RFC describes implementation strategies to deal with two
      mechanisms in TCP, the window and the acknowledgement.  It also
      presents a particular set of algorithms which have received
      testing in the field, and which appear to work properly with each
      other.  With more experience, these algorithms may become part of
      the formal specification, until such time their use is
      recommended.

   812     Harrenstien  Mar 82      NICNAME/WHOIS

      This RFC gives a description of what the NICNAME/WHOIS Server is
      and how to access it.  This server together with the corresponding
      Identification Data Base provides online directory look-up
      equivalent to the ARPANET Directory.

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   811     Harrenstien  Mar 82      Hostnames Server

      This RFC gives a description of what the Hostnames Server is and
      how to access it.  The function of this particular server is to
      deliver machine-readable name/address information describing
      networks, gateways, hosts, and eventually domains, within the
      Internet environment.

   810     Feinler      Mar 82      DoD Internet Host Table
                                    Specification

      This RFC specifies a new host table format applicable to both
      ARPANET and Internet needs.  In addition to host name to host
      address translation and selected protocol information, we have
      also included network and gateway name to address correspondence,
      and host operating system information.  This RFC obsoletes the
      host table described in RFC 608.

   809     Chang        Feb 82      UCL Facsimile System

      This RFC describes the features of the computerised facsimile
      system developed in the Department of Computer Science at UCL.
      First its functions are considered and the related experimental
      work are reported.  Then the disciplines for system design are
      discussed.  Finally, the implementation of the system are
      described, while detailed description are given as appendices.

   808     Postel       Mar 82      Summary of Computer Mail Services
                                    Meeting Held at BBN on 10 January
                                    1979

      This RFC is a very belated attempt to document a meeting that was
      held three years earlier to discuss the state of computer mail in
      the ARPA community and to reach some conclusions to guide the
      further development of computer mail systems such that a coherent
      total mail service would continue to be provided.

   807     Postel       Feb 82      Multimedia Mail Meeting Notes

      This RFC consists of notes from a meeting held at USC/Information
      Sciences Institute on the 12th of January to discuss common
      interests in multimedia computer mail issues and to agree on some
      specific initial experiments.

   806     NBS          Sep 81      Specification for Message Format for
                                    Computer Based Message Systems

      This RFC deals with Computer Based Message systems which provides
      a basis for interaction between different CBMS by defining the

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      format of messages passed between them.  This RFC is replaced by
      RFC 841.

   805     Postel       Feb 82      Computer Mail Meeting Notes

      This RFC consists of notes from a meeting that was held at
      USC/Information Sciences Institute on 11 January 1982, to discuss
      addressing issues in computer mail. The major conclusion reached
      at the meeting is to extend the "username@hostname" mailbox format
      to "username@host.domain", where the domain itself can be further
      structured.

   804     CCITT        Jan 82      CCITT Draft Recommendation T.4

      This is the CCITT standard for group 3 facsimile encoding.  This
      is useful for data compression of bit map data.

   803     Agarwal      Nov 81      Dacom 450/500 Facsimile Data
                                    Transcoding

      The first part of this RFC describes in detail the Dacom 450 data
      compression algorithms and is an update and correction to an
      earlier memorandum.  The second part of this RFC describes briefly
      the Dacom 500 data compression algorithm as used by the INTELPOST
      electronic-mail network under development by the US Postal Service
      and several foreign administrators.

   802     Malis        Nov 81      The ARPANET 1822L Host Access
                                    Protocol

      This document proposed two major changes to the current ARPANET
      host access protocol.  The first change will allow hosts to use
      logical addressing (i.e., host addresses that are independent of
      their physical location on the ARPANET) to communicate with each
      other, and the second will allow a host to shorten the amount of
      time that it may be blocked by its IMP after it presents a message
      to the network (currently, the IMP can block further input from a
      host for up to 15 seconds).  See RFCs 852 and 851.

   801     Postel       Nov 81      NCP/TCP Transition Plan

      This RFC discusses the conversion of hosts from NCP to TCP.  And
      making available the principle services:  Telnet, File Transfer,
      and Mail.  These protocols allow all hosts in the ARPA community
      to share a common interprocess communication environment.

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   800     Postel       Nov 82      Requests for Comments Summary

      This RFC is a slightly annotated list of the 100 RFCs from RFC 700
      through RFC 799.  This is a status report on these RFCs.

   799     Mills        Sep 81      Internet Name Domains

      This document suggests that, as the Internet grows, the space of
      host names cannot remain a flat space of globally unique names,
      therefore a hierarchy of name domains must be introduced; see also
      RFC 822.

   798     Katz         Sep 81      Decoding Facsimile Data From the
                                    Rapicom 450

      A description of the encoding/decoding procedure for Rapicom 450
      facsimile machine.

   797     Katz         Sep 81      Format for Bitmap Files

      The description of a simple file format for bitmap data.

   796     Postel       Sep 81      Address Mappings

      A description of the way the addresses of a few actual networks
      are mapped into internet addresses.

   795     Postel       Sep 81      Service Mappings

      A description of how the internet type of service is mapped into
      the actual service parameters of a few particular networks, and
      vice versa.

   794     Cerf         Sep 81      Pre-Emption

      Discusses how pre-emption of TCP connection can be implemented.
      Replaces IEN 125.

   793     Postel       Sep 81      Transmission Control Protocol

      The specification of TCP.  Replaces RFCs 761 and 675.

   792     Postel       Sep 81      Internet Control Message Protocol

      The specification of ICMP.  Replaces RFCs 777 and 760.

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   791     Postel       Sep 81      Internet Protocol

      An updated specification of IP.  Replaces RFC 760.

   790     Postel       Sep 81      Assigned Numbers

      The RFC is replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   789     Rosen        Jul 81      Vulnerabilities of Network Control
                                    Protocols:  An Example

      A description of an outage in ARPANET service and the process of
      determining the cause; also, subtleties of designing network
      protocols.

   788     Postel       Nov 81      Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 821.

   787     Chapin       Jul 81      Connectionless Data Transmission
                                    Survey/Tutorial

      A discussion of datagram service.  Intended for submission to
      international standards bodies.

   786     Sluizer      Jul 81      Mail Transfer Protocol:  ISI TOPS-20
                                    MTP-NIMAIL Interface

      The description of the way mail is passed between the MTP and the
      NIMAIL programs in ISI TOPS-20.  Outdated.

   785     Sluizer      Jul 81      Mail Transfer Protocol:  ISI TOPS-20
                                    File Definitions

      The description of the file format for passing mail to the MTP
      program from user mail programs in ISI TOPS-20.  Outdated.

   784     Sluizer      Jul 81      Mail Transfer Protocol:  ISI TOPS-20
                                    Implementation

      The description of the program structure for the MTP
      implementation in the ISI TOPS-20.  Outdated.

   783     Sollins      Jun 81      The TFTP Protocol Revision 2

      The specification of TFTP.  Replaces RFCs 768, 764 and IEN 133.

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   782     Nabielsky    undated     A Virtual Terminal Management Model

      A description of the elements of a virtual terminal and the
      management of communications between them.

   781     Su           May 81      A Specification of the Internet
                                    Protocol IP Timestamp Option

      The description of IP Timestamp option, now included in the IP
      specification (RFC 791).

   780     Sluizer      May 81      Mail Transfer Protocol

      An outdated Mail protocol; see RFC 821.

   779     Killian      Apr 81      Telnet Send-Location Option

      Definition of this Telnet option.

   778     Mills        Apr 81      DCNet Internet Clock Service

      Specifies a format and procedure for the exchange of messages to
      maintain synchronized  clocks.

   777     Postel       Apr 81      Internet Control Message Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 792.

   776     Postel       Jan 81      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   775     Mankins      Dec 80      Directory Oriented FTP Commands

      The definition of additional FTP Commands related to directory
      management.

   774     Postel       Oct 80      Internet Protocol Handbook Table of
                                    Contents

      An out-of-date table of contents for an Internet Protocol
      Handbook.

   773     Cerf         Oct 80      Comments on NCP/TCP Mail Service
                                    Transition Strategy

      A discussion of issues in the transition from NCP to TCP,
      particularly as related to MAIL Service.

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   772     Sluizer      Sep 80      Mail Transfer Protocol

      An old version of a Mail Protocol; see RFC 821.

   771     Cerf         Sep 80      Mail Transition Plan

      A plan for supporting mail service in the transition from NCP to
      TCP; see also RFC 801.

   770     Postel       Sep 80      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   769     Postel       Sep 80      Rapicom 450 Facsimile File Format

      The definition of the exchange format of the encoded facsimile
      data of the Rapicom 450; see also RFC 798.

   768     Postel       Aug 80      User Datagram Protocol

      The specification of the UDP.

   767     Postel       Aug 80      A Structured Format for Transmission
                                    of Multi-Media Documents

      The definition of the format for the document of a multimedia
      message.

   766     Postel       Jul 80      Internet Protocol Handbook

      An out-of-date table of contents for the Internet Protocol
      Handbook.

   765     Postel       Jun 80      File Transfer Protocol Specification

      The specification of FTP.

   764     Postel       Jun 80      Telnet Protocol Specification

      The specification of Telnet.

   763     Abrams       May 80      Role Mailboxes

      A call for mailboxes with role names, such as "Management".

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   762     Postel       Jan 80      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   761     Postel       Jan 80      DOD Standard Transmission Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 793.

   760     Postel       Jan 80      DOD Standard Internet Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 791.

   759     Postel       Aug 80      Internet Message Protocol

      The definition of the protocol and format for the exchange of
      multimedia mail.  Replaces RFC 753.

   758     Postel       Aug 79      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   757     Deutsch      Sep 79      A Suggested Solution to the Naming,
                                    Addressing, and Delivery Problem for
                                    ARPANET Message Systems

      Discusses several proposals for handing the name to address to
      route processing for computer mail.  Favors a solution based on
      unique-ids and a data base, see also RFCs 759, 821 and 822.

   756     Pickens      Jul 79      The NIC Name server--A
                                    Datagram-Based Information Utility

      Describes a Host Name to Address look up service.

   755     Postel       May 79      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   754     Postel       Apr 79      Out-of-Net Host Addresses for Mail

      A discussion of options for addressing computer mail beyond the
      ARPANET.

   753     Postel       Mar 79      Internet Message Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 759.

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   752     Crispin      Jan 79      A Universal Host Table

      Describes the host table used at MIT and Stanford.  This has
      several extensions and generalizations from the NIC standard and
      the table used by most Tenex and TOPS20 hosts.

   751     Lebling      Dec 78      Survey of FTP Mail and MLFL

      A survey of hosts' responses to probes of their FTP servers to see
      if servers (a) accept mail for unknown users and (b) support the
      MAIL and MLFL commands.

   750     Postel       Sep 78      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and  990.

   749     Greenberg    Sep 78      Telnet SUPDUP-OUTPUT Option

      Updates RFC 736; see also RFCs 734, 746, and 747.

   748     Crispin      Apr 78      Telnet Randomly-Lose Option

      Defines this Telnet option (note the date of this memo).

   747     Crispin      Mar 78      Recent Extensions to the SUPDUP
                                    Protocol

      An update to the SUPDUP protocol (RFC 734); see also RFCs 749, 746
      and 736.

   746     Stallman     Mar 78      The SUPDUP Graphics Extension

      An extension of SUPDUP for Graphics; see also RFCs 734, 736, 747
      and 749.

   745     Beeler       Mar 78      JANUS Interface Specifications

      The specification of a symmetrical 1822 style interface.

   744     Sattley      Jan 78      MARS - A Message Archiving and
                                    Retrieval Service

      The description of a database service for computer mail messages,
      which operates via computer mail.

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   543     Harrenstien  Dec 77      FTP Extension:  XRSQ/XRCP

      An extension to FTP mail to allow more efficient transmission of
      computer mail.  Now incorporated into SMTP; see RFC788.

   742     Harrenstien  Dec 77      NAME/FINGER Protocol

      Defines the Name or Finger Protocol which allows one to get "who
      is on" or "where is user x" information from another host.

   741     Cohen        Nov 77      Specifications for the Network Voice
                                    Protocol NVP

      Defines the protocol used in the ARPANET packet speech
      experiments.  Replaced by NVP-II and ST for Internet packet speech
      experiments.  ST is documented in ISN 119; NVP-II is documented in
      an ISI Internal memo.

   740     Braden       Nov 77      NETRJS Protocol

      Defines the protocol used for Remote Job Entry on the UCLA CCN IBM
      system; replaces RFCs 599 and 189.

   739     Postel       Nov 77      Assigned Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   738     Harrenstien  Oct 77      Time Server

      Defines the Time Server Protocol; see IEN 142 for the TCP and VDP
      versions.

   737     Harrenstien  Oct 77      FTP Extension: XSEN

      An extension to the Mail procedures.  This function is
      incorporated in the SMTP; see also RFC 821.

   736     Crispin      Oct 77      Telnet SUPDUP Option

      Defines the procedure for negotiating to use the SUPDUP, protocol
      as a Telnet option; see also RFCs 734, 746, 747 and 749.

   735     Crocker      Nov 77      Revised Telnet Byte Macro Option

      Defines a Telnet option for assigning codes to stand for strings
      in Telnet connections.  Replaces RFC 729.  Obsoletes NIC 40306.

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   734     Crispin      Oct 77      SUPDUP Protocol

      Description of a terminal control protocol used at Stanford and
      MIT; see also RFCs 736, 746-749.

   733     Crocker      Nov 77      Standard for the Format of ARPA
                                    Network Text Messages

      Specification of the format for the headers of computer mail.  An
      old version; see RFC 822.

   732     Day          Sep 77      Telnet Data Entry Terminal Option

      The specification of a Telnet Option for the control of a data
      entry display terminal.  Replaces RFC 731.

   731     Day          Jun 77      Telnet Data Entry Terminal Option

      An old version; see RFC 732.

   730     Postel       May 77      Extensible Field Addressing

      Discusses some ideas on addressing that come up in the context of
      changing from 8-bit to 24-bit network addresses.

   729     Crocker      May 77      Telnet Byte Macro Option

      An old version; see RFC 735.

   728     Day          Apr 77      A Minor Pitfall in the Telnet
                                    Protocol

      This RFC warns of the possibility of an unexpected occurence in
      Telnet resulting from the interaction between option
      subnegotiations and the Telnet SYNCH operation.

   727     Crispin      Apr 77      Telnet Logout Option

      Defines a Telnet option for causing a logout.

   726     Postel       Mar 77      Remote Controlled Transmission and
                                    Echoing Telnet Option

      Defines a Telnet option for controlling the transmission and
      echoing of data to smooth the response to use in high transmission
      delay environments; see also RFCs 719 and 718.

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   725     Day          Mar 77      An RJE Protocol for a Resource
                                    Sharing Network

      Describes a possible Remote Job Entry protocol.

   724     Crocker      May 77      Proposed Official Standard for the
                                    Format of ARPA Network Messages

      An old version; see RFC 822.

   723     Never Issued.

   722     Haverty      Sep 76      Thoughts on Interactions in
                                    Distributed Services

      A discussion on the design of interactive distributed services and
      the kinds of primitive operations that are needed.

   721     Garlick      Sep 76      Out of Band Control Signals in a
                                    Host to Host Protocol

      A discussion of the control signals in transport protocols (e.g.,
      NCP's Interrupt or TCP's Urgent).

   720     Crocker      Aug 76      Address Specification Syntax for
                                    Network Mail

      A discussion of computer mail addresses, with comments on real
      names vs. mailboxes, and mailing lists; see also RFC 819.

   719     Postel       Jul 76      Discussion on RCTE

      A short discussion of RCTE implementation issues; see also RFCs
      726  and 718.

   718     Postel       Jun 76      Comments on RCTE from the Tenex
                                    Implementation Experience

      A short note on the Tenex implementation of RCTE; see also RFCs
      726 and 719.

   717     Postel       Jul 76      Assigned Network Numbers

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 997 and 990.

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   716     Levin        May 76      Interim Revision to Appendix F of
                                    BBN 1822

      A short note updating the specification of the Very Distant Host
      1822 interface.

   715     Never Issued.

   714     McKenzie     Apr 76      A Host/Host Protocol for an
                                    ARPANET-type Network

      A specification of a NCP-like protocol for an ARPA-like network.
      Interesting to compare to the NCP specification to see what the
      author would do differently.

   713     Haverty      Apr 76      MSDTP -- Message Services Data
                                    Transmission Protocol

      The specification of a set of Data Primitives for building
      interactive services.

   712     Donnelley    Feb 76      A Distributed Capability Computing
                                    System DCCS

      A description of a Distributed Capability based computing system.

   711     Never Issued.

   710     Never Issued.

   709     Never Issued.

   708     White        Jan 76      Elements of a Distributed
                                    Programming System

      A description of a distributed programming system; see also RFC
      707.

   707     White        Dec 75      A High-Level Framework for
                                    Network-Based Resource Sharing

      A description of a programming environment for network-based
      programs; see also RFC 708.

   706     Postel       Nov 75      On the Junk Mail Problem

      A short note pointing out that the ARPANET maybe subject to a
      "denial of service" attack by a misbehaving host.

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   705     Bryan        Nov 75      Front-End Protocol

      This RFC describes a protocol used between a PDP-11 (the ARPANET
      front end) and a B6700 to support network communication.

   704     Santos       Sep 75      IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol
                                    Change

      Describes the changes to the 1822 interface to eliminate the
      restriction of 63 IMPs.

   703     Dodds        Jul 75      Survey of New-Protocol Telnet
                                    Servers

      A poll of Telnet servers to check implementation status and Telnet
      options.  Updates RFCs 702, 701, 679 and 669.

   702     Dodds        Sep 74      Survey of New-Protocol Telnet
                                    Servers

      An earlier poll of Telnet server implementation status; see also
      RFC's703, 701, 679, and 669.

   701     Dodds        Aug 74      Survey of New-Protocol Telnet
                                    Servers

      An earlier poll of Telnet server implementation status; see also
      RFCs 703, 702, 679 and 669.

   700     Mader        Aug 74      A Protocol Experiment

      Describes a protocol based loosely on a very early version of TCP,
      used to send data to a printer server.

   699     Postel       Nov 82      Requests for Comments Summary
                                    Notes:  600-699

      A summary of the Request for Comments documents from RFC 600-699.

   698     Tovar        Jul 75      Telnet Extended ASCII Option

      Describes an option to allow transmission of a special kind of
      extended ASCII used at the Stanford AI and MIT AI Labs.

   697     Lieb         Jul 75      CWD Command of FTP

      Discusses FTP login access to "files only" directories.

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   696     Cerf         Jul 75      Comments on the IMP/HOST and
                                    HOST/IMP Protocol Changes

      Observations on current international standards recommendations
      from IFIP working group 6.1; see also RFCs 692, 690 687.

   695     Krilanovich  Jul 75      Official Change in  Host-Host
                                    Protocol

      Corrects an ambiguity concerning the ERR command; changes NIC 8246
      and NIC 7104.

   694     Postel       Jun 75      Protocol Information

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   693     Never Issued.

   692     Wolfe        Jun 75      Comments on IMP/Host Protocol
                                    Changes

      A proposed solution to the problem of combined length of IMP and
      Host leaders; see also RFCs 696, 690 and 687.

   691     Harvey       May 75      One More Try on the FTP

      A slight revision of RFC 686, regarding the subject of print
      files; see also RFCs 640, 630, 542, 454, 448, 414, 385 and 354.

   690     Postel       Jun 75      Comments on the Proposed Host/IMP
                                    Protocol Changes

      Comments on suggestions in RFC 687; see also RFCs 692 and 696.

   689     Clements     May 75      Tenex NCP Finite State Machine for
                                    Connections

      Describes the internal states of an NCP connection in the Tenex
      implementation.

   688     Walden       Jun 75      Tentative Schedule for the New
                                    Telnet Implementation for the TIP

   687     Walden       Jun 75      IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol
                                    Changes

      This RFC discusses addressing hosts on more than 63 IMPs, and
      other backwards compatible expansions; see also RFCs 690 and 692.

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   686     Harvey       May 75      Leaving Well Enough Alone

      Discusses the difference between early and later versions of FTP;
      see also RFCs 691, 640, 630, 542, 454, 448, 414, 385 and 354.

   685     Beeler       Apr 75      Response Time in Cross-network
                                    Debugging

      This memo discusses the contribution of ARPANET communication to
      response time.

   684     Schantz      Apr 75      A Commentary on Procedure Calling as
                                    a Network Protocol

      Describes issues in designing distributed computing systems.
      Shortcomings of RFC 674; see also RFCs 542 and 354.

   683     Clements     Apr 75      FTPSRV -- Tenex Extension for Paged
                                    Files

      Defines an extension to FTP for page-mode transfers between Tenex
      systems; also discusses file transfer reliability.

   682     Never Issued.

   681     Holmgren     May 75      Network Unix

      Capabilities as an ARPANET Mini-Host:  standard I/O, Telnet, NCP,
      Hardware/Software requirements, reliability, availability.

   680     Myer         Apr 75      Message Transmission Protocol

      Extends message field definition beyond RFC 561 attempts to
      establish syntactic and semantic standards for ARPANET; see also
      RFCs 733 and 822.

   679     Dodds        Feb 75      February, 1975, Survey of
                                    New-Protocol Telnet Servers

      An earlier poll of Telnet server implementation status.  Updates
      RFCs 701, 702 and 669; see also RFC 703.

   678     Postel       Dec 74      Standard File Formats

      For transmission of documents across different environments.

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   677     Johnson      Jan 75      The Maintenance of Duplicate
                                    Databases

   676     Never Issued.

   675     Cerf         Dec 74      Specification of Internet
                                    Transmission Control Program (TCP)

      The first detailed specification of TCP; see RFC 793.

   674     Postel       Dec 74      Procedure Call Documents--Version 2

      A host level protocol used in the NSW--a slightly constrained
      version of ARPANET Host-to-Host protocol, affecting allocation,
      RFNM wait, and retransmission; see also RFC 684.

   673     Never Issued.

   672     Schantz      Dec 74      A Multi-Site Data Collection
                                    Facility

      Applicability of TIP/Tenex protocols beyond TIP accounting.

   671     Schantz      Dec 74      A Note on Reconnection Protocol

      Experience with implementation in RSEXEC context.

   670     Never Issued.

   669     Dodds        Dec 74      November 1974, Survey of
                                    New-Protocol Telnet Servers

      An earlier poll of Telnet server implementation status. Updates
      RFC 702; see also RFCs 703 and 679.

   668     Never Issued.

   667     Chipman      Dec 74      BBN Host Ports

      Approved scheme to connect host ports to the network.

   666     Padlipsky    Nov 74      Specification of the Unified
                                    User-Level Protocol

      Discusses and proposes a common command language.

   665     Never Issued.

   664     Never Issued.

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   663     Kanodia      Nov 74      A Lost Message Detection and
                                    Recovery Protocol

      Proposed extension of host-host protocol; see also RFCs 534, 516,
      512, 492 and 467.

   662     Kanodia      Nov 74      Performance Improvement in ARPANET
                                    File Transfers from Multics

      Experimenting with host output buffers to improve throughput.

   661     Postel       Nov 74      Protocol Information

      This RFC has been replaced by RFC 991.

   660     Walden       Oct 74      Some Changes to the IMP and the
                                    IMP/Host Interface

      Decoupling of message number sequences of hosts; host-host access
      control; message number window; messages outside normal mechanism;
      see also BBN 1822.

   659     Postel       Oct 74      Announcing Additional Telnet Options

      Options defined in RFCs 651-658.

   658     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Line Feed Disposition

      Defines a Telnet option for specific control of Line Feed.

   657     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Vertical Tab
                                    Disposition Option

      Defines a Telnet option for specific control of Vertical Tab.

   656     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Vertical Tab Stops
                                    Option

      Defines a Telnet option for setting the stops for Vertical Tab.

   655     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Form Feed Disposition
                                    Option

      Defines a Telnet option for specific control of Form Feed.

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   654     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Horizontal Tab
                                    Disposition Option

      Defines a Telnet option for specific control of Horizontal Tab.

   653     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Horizontal Tab Stops
                                    Option

      Defines a Telnet option for setting the stops for Horizontal Tab.

   652     Crocker      Oct 74      Telnet Output Carriage Return
                                    Disposition Option

      Defines a Telnet option for specific control of Carriage Return.

   651     Crocker      Oct 74      Revised Telnet Status Option

      Revises the Telnet Option for communicating the status of all
      Telnet options over the network.

   650     Never Issued.

   649     Never Issued.

   648     Never Issued.

   647     Padlipsky    Nov 74      A Proposed Protocol for Connecting
                                    Host Computers to ARPA-Like Networks
                                    via Front End Processors

      Approaches to Front-End protocol processing using available
      hardware and software.

   646     Never Issued.

   645     Crocker      Jun 74      Network Standard Data Specification
                                    Syntax

      Providing a mechanism for specifying all attributes of a
      collection of bits; see also RFC 615.

   644     Thomas       Jul 74      On The Problem of Signature
                                    Authentication for Network Mail

      Proposes that the mail sender be an authorized system process and
      that the mail sender and mail receiver processes exchange a
      password.  The sender process takes responsibility for
      authentication of the signature on the mail.

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   643     Mader        Jul 74      Network Debugging Protocol

      To be used in an implementation of a PDP-11 network bootstrap
      device and a cross-network debugger.

   642     Burchfiel    Jul 74      Ready Line Philosophy and
                                    Implementation

   641     Never Issued.

   640     Postel       Jun 74      Revised FTP Reply Codes

      Updates RFC 542.

   639     Never Issued.

   638     McKenzie     Apr 74      IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance
                                    Schedule

      Corrects RFC 633.

   637     McKenzie     Apr 74      Change of Network Address for SU-DSL

      A host at Stanford changes its address from 2/2 to 2/3.

   636     Burchfiel    Jun 74      TIP/TENEX Reliability Improvements

      Obtaining/maintaining connections; recovery from lost connections;
      connection-state changes.

   635     Cerf         Apr 74      An Assessment of ARPANET Protocols

      Theoretical and practical motivation for redesign.  Multipacket
      messages; host retransmission; duplicate detection; sequencing;
      acknowledgement.

   634     McKenzie     Apr 74      Change in Network Address for
                                    Haskins Lab.

      A host a Haskins Lab changes its address from 5/3 to 9/3.

   633     McKenzie     Mar 74      IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance
                                    Schedule

      An old version; see RFC 638.

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   632     Opderbeck    May 74      Throughput Degradations for Single
                                    Packet Messages

      A study of packet throughput.

   631     Danthine     Apr 74      Call for Papers:  International
                                    Meeting on Minicomputers and Data
                                    Communication

      A meeting on data communications held January 1975 in Liege,
      Belgium.

   630     Sussman      Apr 74      FTP Error Code Usage for More
                                    Reliable Mail Service

      Describes FTP reply-code usage in TENEX mail processing.

   629     North        Mar 74      Scenario for Using the Network
                                    Journal

      An example of how to access information in the NIC's Journal
      database.

   628     Keeney       Mar 74      Status of RFC Numbers and a Note on
                                    Pre-assigned Journal Numbers

      A method for getting the next RFC number to use on a new memo.

   627     Feinler      Mar 74      ASCII Text File of Hostnames

      See also RFCs 606, 608, 623 and 625.

   626     Kleinrock    Mar 74      On a possible Lockup Condition in
                                    IMP Subnet due to Message Sequencing

      A potential problem in the IMP processing of messages.  A detailed
      description of how this condition can arise.

   625     Feinler      Mar 74      On Line Hostnames Service

      See also RFCs 606, 608, 623 and 627.

   624     Krilanovich  Feb 74      Comments on the File Transfer
                                    Protocol

      Design changes and slight modifications.  Replaces RFC 607; see
      also RFCs 614, 542 and 640.

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   623     Krilanovich  Feb 74      Comments on On-Line Host Name
                                    Service

      See also RFCs 627, 625, 608 and 606.

   622     McKenzie     Mar 74      Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time

      Modification of previous policy.

   621     Kudlick      Mar 74      NIC User Directories at SRI-ARC

      Changes in user accounts at the NIC.

   620     Ferguson     Mar 74      Request for Monitor Host Table
                                    Updates

      Changes in the hosts Office-1 and SRI-ARC.

   619     Naylor       Mar 74      Mean Round-Trip Times in the ARPANET

      Actual measurements of round-trip times.

   618     Taft         Feb 74      A Few Observations on NCP Statistics

      Distribution of NCP and IMP message types by actual measurement.

   617     Taft         Feb 74      A Note on Socket Number Assignment

      Danger of imposing more fixed socket number requirements; see also
      RFCs 542, 503 and 451.

   616     Walden       Feb 74      Latest Network Maps

      Geographic ad Topologic maps of the ARPANET of January 1974.

   615     Crocker      Mar 74      Proposed Network Standard Data
                                    Pathname Syntax

      A suggestion for a network wide standard for naming data (such as
      files).

   614     Pogran       Jan 74      Response to RFC 607 (NIC-21255),
                                    "Comments on the FTP"

      See also RFCs 624, 542 and 640.

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   613     McKenzie     Jan 74      Network Connectivity: A Response to
                                    RFC 603

      Remarks about connectivity and robustness of networks.

   612     McKenzie     Jan 74      Traffic Statistics

      A report on Host traffic statistics for the month of December
      1973.  Updates RFC 601.

   611     Walden       Feb 74      Two Changes to the IMP/Host Protocol

      Expansion of Host-Going-Down and addition of Dead-Host-Status
      Message.

   610     Winter       Dec 73      Further Datalanguage Design Concepts

      Preliminary results of the language design; a model for data
      languagea semantics; future considerations.

   609     Ferguson     Jan 74      Statement of Upcoming Move of
                                    NIC/NLS Service

      See also RFCs 621 and 620.

   608     Feinler      Jan 73      Host Names On-Line

      Response to RFC 606; see also RFCs 627, 625 and 623.

   607     Krilanovich  Jan 73      NIC-21255 Comments on the File
                                    Transfer Protocol

      An old version; see RFC 624; see also RFCs 614, 542 and 640.

   606     Deutsch      Dec 73      Host Names On-Line

      Resolving differences in hostname-address mappings; see also RFCs
      627, 625, 623 and 608.

   605     Never Issued.

   604     Postel       Dec 73      Assigned Link Numbers

      Modifies official host-host protocol.  Replaced by RFCs 997 and
      990.

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   603     Burchfiel    Dec 73      Response to RFC 597: Host Status

      Questions about the ARPANET topology described in RFC 597.

   602     Metcalfe     Dec 73      "The Stockings Were Hung by the
                                    Chimney With Care"

      Susceptibility of ARPANET to security violations.

   601     McKenzie     Dec 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on Host traffic statistics for the month of November
      1973.  Updates RFC 586.

   600     Berggreen    Nov 73      Interfacing an Illinois Plasma
                                    Terminal to the ARPANET

      Discusses plans to map Plato terminal codes to network ASCII for
      accessing the Plato system via the network using Telnet.

   599     Braden       Dec 73      Update on NETRJS

      A status report and update on UCLA-CCN's remote job entry service.

   598     NICSTA       Dec 73      RFC Index - December 5, 1973

      Lists RFCs 1-593.

   597     Neigus       Dec 73      Host Status

      This RFC provides the most current network maps, geographic and
      logical, plus a list of hosts connected to the ARPANET.

   596     Taft         Dec 73      Second Thoughts on Telnet Go-Ahead

      Cited objections to the requirement that hosts implement the
      Telnet Go-Ahead (GA) command, as specified in the Telnet Protocol
      Specification.

   595     Hathaway     Dec 73      Some Thoughts in Defense of the
                                    Telnet Go-Ahead

      This RFC is in reply to RFC 596.

   594     Burchfiel    Dec 73      Speedup of Host-IMP Interface

      A discussion on how to make the full performance capabilities of
      the subnet available for interprocess communication.

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   593     McKenzie     Nov 73      Telnet and FTP Implementation
                                    Schedule Change

   592     Watson       Nov 73      Some Thoughts on System Design to
                                    Facilitate Resource Sharing

      Proposes a system interconnection approach which would help in
      moving toward more resource sharing on the ARPANET.

   591     Walden       Nov 73      Addition to the Very Distant Host
                                    Specification

      A sentence correction notation that should be inserted in Appendix
      F of BBN Report 1822.

   590     Padlipsky    Nov 73      MULTICS Address Change

      Announcement of a plan to change the address of MIT Multics.

   589     Braden       Nov 73      CCN NETRJS Server Messages to Remote
                                    User

      Describes the system to user messages at UCLA-CCN's remote job
      entry service.

   588     Stokes       Oct 73      London Node is now up

      Notice that an ARPANET node is operational at University College,
      London.

   587     Postel       Nov 73      Announcing New Telnet Options

      Announcement of Negotiate About Output Line Width (NAOL), and
      Negotiate About Output Page Size (NAOP).

   586     McKenzie     Nov 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      October 1973.  Updates RFC 579.

   585     Crocker      Nov 73      ARPANET Users Interest Working Group
                                    Meeting

      Meeting notes of the first Users Interest Working Group.

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   584     Iseli        Nov 73      Charter for ARPANET Users Interest
                                    Working Group

      Describes the background, membership, and scope of the newly
      formed Users Interest Working Group.

   583     Never Issued.

   582     Clements     Nov 73      Comments on RFC 580 - Machine
                                    Readable Protocols

      Cites objections to the phrase "preferably NLS files".

   581     Crocker      Nov 73      Corrections to RFC 560 - Remote
                                    Controlled Transmission and Echoing
                                    Telnet Option

      This RFC contains corrections to RFC 560, which described the
      Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet Option.

   580     Postel       Oct 73      Note to Protocol Designers and
                                    Implementers

      An announcement that future proposed protocols shall be submitted
      in the form of on-line documents, preferably in NLS files, to the
      Network Information Center.

   579     McKenzie     Oct 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      September 1973.  Updates RFC 566.

   578     Bhushan      Oct 73      Using MIT-MATHLAB MACSYMA From
                                    MIT-DMS Muddle - An Experiment in
                                    Automated Resource Sharing

      This paper describes an experiment in non-trivial automated
      resource sharing between dissimilar systems.  The goal of this
      experiment was to interface the Muddle system at MIT-DMS to the
      MACSYMA system at MIT-Mathlab.

   577     Crocker      Oct 73      Mail Priority

      A paper that suggests interpretations for urgency values, based on
      arguments presented in RFC 555.  References RFC 539.

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   576     Victor       Sep 73      Proposal for Modifying Linking

      This RFC presents a plan to modify the link jsys in Tenex to work
      in a better way in terms of the user interface.

   575     Never Issued.

   574     Krilanovich  Sep 73      Announcement of a Mail Facility at
                                    UCSB

      An announcement of a server program which supports that subset of
      the File Transfer Protocol necessary for mail delivery.

   573     Bhushan      Sep 73      Data and File Transfer - Some
                                    Measurement Results

      A report on the results of the performance of MIT-DM's FTP-user
      and FTP-server programs.

   572     Never Issued.

   571     Braden       Nov 73      Tenex FTP Problem

      A report on a problem in the current Tenex implementation which is
      likely to cause incorrect results when transferring files to a
      non-Tenex site.

   570     Pickens      Oct 73      Experimental Input Mapping Between
                                    NVT ASCII and UCSB Online System

      This RFC updates RFC 216.  This document describes the proposed
      solutions from the requests to improve the human interface to the
      UCSB On-Line System.

   569     Padlipsky    Oct 73      NETED: A Common Editor for the ARPA
                                    Network

      Defines a simple line style text editor and suggests that it be
      made available on every host in the network.

   568     McQuillan    Sep 73      Response to RFC 567 - Cross-Country
                                    Network Bandwidth

      This RFC serves as a brief correction to several fundamental
      errors in RFC 567.

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   567     Deutsch      Sep 73      Cross-Country Network Bandwidth

      Computation of cross-country network bandwidth.

   566     McKenzie     Sep 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      August 1973.  Updates RFC 556.

   565     Cantor       Aug 73      Storing Network Survey Data at the
                                    Datacomputer

      A project summary report describing the programs developed and
      implemented that have been operating successfully with the
      datacomputer since July 10.

   564     Never Issued.

   563     Davidson     Aug 73      Comments on the RCTE Telnet Option

      A critique based on inferences drawn from the sample Tenex
      interaction in RFC 560.

   562     McKenzie     Aug 73      Modifications to the Telnet
                                    Specification

      Presenting two documents that update RFC 495, plus summarizing the
      changes.

   561     Bhushan      Sep 73      Standardizing Network Mail Headers

      A proposed document for the explicit specification of such header
      information as author, title, and date within the current FTP mail
      protocol.

   560     Crocker      Aug 73      Remote Controlled Transmission and
                                    Echoing Telnet Option

      Defines a Telnet option for detailed control of echoing to promote
      interactive use on long delay paths.

   559     Bhushan      Aug 73      Comments on the New Telnet Protocol
                                    and Its Implementation

      This RFC describes the experience that MIT-DM had with the
      implementation of the new Telnet protocol (both server and user).

   558     Never Issued.

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   557     Wessler      Aug 73      Revelations in Network Host
                                    Measurements

      A report to the RFC community on the current network host
      measurements.

   556     McKenzie     Aug 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      July 1973.  Updates RFC 538.

   555     White        Jul 73      Response to Critiques of the
                                    Proposed Mail Protocol

      Response to the proposal for a Mail Protocol (RFC 524).

   554     Never Issued.

   553     Thomas       Jul 73      Draft Design for a Text/Graphics
                                    Protocol

      This document was proposed as a synthesis of existing ideas rather
      than an attempt to put forth new ones.  It draws upon the concerns
      about the lack of text-handling capabilities of the protoocl
      suggested in RFC 493.

   552     Owen         Jul 73      Single Access to Standard Protocols

      Queries and statements regarding a socket number assignment for a
      single access protocol before the proposed mail protocol becomes
      official.

   551     Feinroth     Aug 73      NYU, ANL, and LBL Joining the Net

      Announcement of the intent of several Atomic Energy Commission
      installations to enter the network.

   550     Deutsch      Aug 73      NIC NCP Experiment

      Statistics on total incoming messages, incoming host-host control
      opcodes, and size of outgoing messages.

   549     Michener     Jul 73      Minutes of Network Graphics Group
                                    Meeting

      Description of a meeting on graphics held in July 1973.

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   548     Walden       Aug 73      Hosts Using the IMP Going Down
                                    Message

      Discusses the user and intention of the ARPANET IMP's "going down"
      message.

   547     Walden       Aug 73      Change to the Very Distant Host
                                    Specification

      A document on a new version of figure F-4 for BBN Report 1822.

   546     Thomas       Aug 73      Tenex Load Averages for July 1973

      Report on the load on two of the key service computers on the
      ARPANET.

   545     Pickens      Jul 73      Of What Quality be the UCSB Resource
                                    Evaluators?

      This memo is in response to RFC 531.

   544     Meyer        Jul 73      Locating On-Line Documentation at
                                    SRI-ARC

      Updated memo on how to access on-line documentation at the NIC.

   543     Meyer        Jul 73      Network Journal Submission and
                                    Delivery

      Announcement that the first implementation of a Network Journal
      Submission and Delivery system is now experimentally up.

   542     Neigus       Jul 73      File Transfer Protocol

      This RFC states that there are considerable changes from the last
      "official" version of FTP, but the gross structure still remains
      the same.  References RFCs 354, 454, and 495.

   541     Never Issued.

   540     Never Issued.

   539     Crocker      Jul 73      Thoughts on the Mail Protocol
                                    Proposed in RFC 524

      This memo is in response to RFC 524.  In general, the authors of
      this RFC feel that the protocol is extremely rich.  They also feel
      that there are some minor and some major problems.

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   538     McKenzie     Jul 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of June
      1973.  Updates RFC 522.

   537     Bunch        Jun 73      Announcement of NGG Meeting

      Arrangement details for a graphics meeting held July 1973.  See
      RFC 549.

   536     Never Issued.

   535     Thomas       Jul 73      Comments on File Access Protocol

      This memo is in response to RFC 420.

   534     Walden       Jul 73      Lost Message Detection

      This RFC presents three suggestions for detecting the loss of
      messages by the communications subsystem.

   533     Walden       Jul 73      Message-ID Numbers

      Notice that the ARPANET link field of 8-bits has been expanded to
      12-bits and renamed the message-id field.

   532     Merryman     Jul 73      The UCSD-CC Server-FTP Facility

      A description of the FTP service at UCSD.

   531     Padlipsky    Jun 73      Feast or Famine? - A Response to Two
                                    Recent RFC's About Network
                                    Information

      This memo is in response to RFCs 514 and 519.

   530     Bhushan      Jun 73      A Report on the SURVEY Project

      The purpose of this paper is 1) to report on the status of the
      SURVEY project and current data, 2) to inform the ARPANET
      community of the services offered related to this project, 3) to
      report on future plans, and 4) to ask for suggestions and
      improvements.

   529     McKenzie     Jun 73      A Note on Protocol Synch Sequences

      A response to RFC 513.

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   528     McQuillan    Jun 73      Software Checksumming in the IMP and
                                    Network Reliability

      A description  of some of the modifications that have recently
      been made to the IMP and TIP programs.

   527     Merryman     Jun 73      ARPAWOCKY

      A parody by D. L. Covill of the ARPANET based on the Jabberwocky
      of Lewis Carroll

   526     Pratt        Jun 73      Technical Meeting - Digital Image
                                    Processing Software Systems

      Announcement of a technical meeting on digital image processing
      software systems.

   525     Parrish      Jun 73      MIT-Mathlab Meets UCSB-OLS

      A description of problem solving using both the MIT-P1ACSYM system
      and the UCSB-OLS system.

   524     White        Jun 73      A Proposed Mail Protocol

      A proposed specification for handling mail in the ARPA network.

   523     Bhushan      Jun 73      SURVEY is in Operation Again

      The purpose of this RFC is to alert the network community that the
      survey program at MIT-DMCG computer system is in operation.

   522     McKenzie     Jun 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of May 1973.
      Updates RFC 509.

   521     McKenzie     May 73      Restricted Use of IMP DDT

      Proposal of restricted use of IMP DDT due to opinions from
      representatives of several sites feeling that uncontrolled use of
      IMP DDT made access control mechanisms too vulnerable to
      interception or tampering.

   520     Day          Jun 73      Memo to FTP Group (Proposal for File
                                    Access Protocol)

      This document discusses the File Access Protocol as an extension
      to FTP.

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   519     Pickens      Jun 73      Resource Evaluation

      UCSB announces a new test group based upon RFC 369, which attempts
      to take a detailed look at specific network resources and develop
      initial site dependent and function dependent MINIMAN's.

   518     Feinler      Jun 73      ARPANET Accounts

      A memo on information regarding opening an account at a given site
      on the ARPANET.

   517     Never Issued.

   516     Postel       May 73      Lost Message Detection

      This RFC is replaced by RFC 534.

   515     Winter       Jun 73      Specifications for Datalanguage,
                                    Version 0/9

      This specification for Datalanguage is extremely primitive.
      Version 0/9 is currently running at CCA and offers an opportunity
      for experience with the Datacomputer and with fundamental
      Datalanguage concepts.

   514     Kantrowitz   Jun 73      Network Make-Work

      Updates RFC 459.

   513     Hathaway     May 73      Comments on the New Telnet
                                    Specifications

      Discussion of the Telnet Protocol.

   512     Hathaway     May 73      Lost Message Detection

      This RFC is replaced by RFC 534.

   511     North        May 73      Enterprise Phone Service to NIC From
                                    ARPANET Sites

      Discussion of cost and alternatives for special telephone numbers
      for the NIC.

   510     White        May 73      Request for Network Mailbox
                                    Addresses

      Announcement of Network Journal delivery by the NIC and a request
      for updated/additional network mailbox addresses.

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   509     McKenzie     May 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of April
      1973.  Updates RFC 497.

   508     Pfeifer      May 73      Real-Time Data Transmission on the
                                    ARPANET

      Discussion on the pros and cons of support of real-time processes
      on the ARPA Network.

   507     Never Issued.

   506     Padlipsky    Jun 73      An FTP Command Naming Problem

      This RFC discusses a problem when using the File Transfer
      Protocol: the choice of names for two crucial commands is faulty.

   505     Padlipsky    Jun 73      Two Solutions to a File Transfer
                                    Access Problem

      This memo is in response to RFCs 487 and 501.

   504     Thomas       May 73      Workshop Announcement

      Detailed plans for a workshop on Automated Resource Sharing to be
      held May 1973.

   503     Neigus       Apr 73      Socket Number List

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   502     Never Issued.

   501     Pogran       May 73      Un-Muddling "Free File Transfer"

      This memo is in response to RFC 487.

   500     Shoshani     Apr 73      The Integration of Data Management
                                    Systems on a Computer Network

      In this paper, discussion is focused on an approach to integrating
      data management systems on a computer network for the purpose of
      data sharing.

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   499     Reussow      Apr 73      Harvard's Network RJE

      A description of the remote job entry service at Harvard.

   498     Braden       Apr 73      On Mail Service to CCN

      A description of the electronic mail service at UCLA-CCN.

   497     McKenize     Apr 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of March
      1973.  Updates RFC 482.

   496     Auerbach     Apr 73      A TNLS Quick Reference Card is
                                    Available

      Announcement of a new TNLS Quick Reference Card.

   495     McKenize     May 73      Telnet Protocol Specification

      Results of an open meeting discussing Telnet, with two attached
      documents which report the results of that meeting.

   494     Walden       Apr 73      Availability of MIX and MIXAL in the
                                    Network

      A list of hosts that support programming in MIX and MIXAL.

   993     Michener     Apr 73      Graphics Protocol

      Discuses the opinions and decisions reached at the second meeting
      of the Network Graphics Group.

   492     Meyer        Apr 73      Response to RFC 467

      This document briefly describes the problems and proposed
      solutions, offers comments and alternative suggestions in response
      to RFC 467.

   491     Padlipsky    Apr 73      What is "Free"?

      This memo discusses the assertion that network mail should be
      free; i.e., no login or USER command should be required.

   490     Pickens      Mar 73      Surrogate RJS for UCLA-CCN

      A description of how UCLA's RJS can be accessed from UCSB's
      standard remote job entry service.

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   489     Postel       Mar 73      Comment on Resynchronization of
                                    Connection Status Proposal

      Comments on ideas proposed in RFC 467.

   488     Auerbach     Mar 73      NLS Classes at Network Sites

      This RFC solicits comments from the Network community on the
      desirability of doing on-site classes.

   487     Bressler     Mar 73      Host-Dependent FTP Parameters

      This memo is in response to RFC 430.

   486     Bressler     Apr 73      Data Transfer Revisited

      A proposeal to base RJE and FTP on a common data transfer
      protocol.

   485     Pickens      Mar 73      MIX and MIXAL at UCSB

      A response to Walden's MIX query (RFC 473).

   484     Never Issued.

   483     Kudlick      Mar 73      Cancellation of the Resource
                                    Notebook Famework Meeting

   482     McKenzie     Mar 73      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of February
      1973.  Updates RFC 455.

   481     Never Issued.

   480     White        Mar 73      Host-Dependent FTP Parameters

      This memo is in response to RFC 430.

   479     White        Mar 73      Use of FTP by the NIC Journal

      This RFC states how the NIC outlined its requirements for
      implementing FTP Journal delivery and submission.

   478     Bressler     Mar 73      FTP Server-Server Interaction - II

      Discusses server-server interaction where, in a typical situation,
      a user conversing with two servers is interested in retrieving a
      file from one site and sending it to another.

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   477     Krilanovich  May 73      Remote Job Service at UCSB

      This RFC is the follow-on document to RFC 436.  This document
      restates the essence of the official RJE Protocol and documents in
      detail UCSB's implementation of it.  Obsoletes RFC 436.

   476     McKenzie     Mar 73      IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedules
                                    (Revision 2)

      Describes plans and schedule for upgrading IMPs and TIPs.

   475     Bhushan      Mar 73      FTP and the Network Mail System

      This paper describes the author's understanding of the results of
      the Network Mail System meeting and the implications for FTP.

   474     Bunch        Mar 73      Announcement of Forthcoming Meeting
                                    of the Network Graphics Working
                                    Group and Call for RFC's.

      Plans for a graphics meeting to be held in May 1973.

   473     Walden       Feb 73      MIX and MIXAL?

   472     Bunch        Mar 73      Illinois' Reply to Maxwell's Request
                                    for Graphics Information

      This RFC represents the author's response to NIC document 14925.

   471     Thomas       Mar 73      Announcement of a (Tenative)
                                    Workshop on Multi-Site Executive
                                    Programs

      A suggestion for a workshop and a query for interest.

   470     Thomas       Mar 73      Change in Socket for TIP News
                                    Facility

   469     Kudlick      Mar 73      Network Mail Meeting Summary

      A description of a meeting on mail held February 1973.

   468     Braden       Mar 73      FTP Data Compression

      This RFC describes the definition of the "HASP" or compressed
      mode.

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   467     Burchfiel    Feb 73      Proposed Change to Host-Host
                                    Protocol Resynchronization of
                                    Connection Status

      To achieve resynchronization of allocation, this RFC proposes the
      addition of two commands to the host-host protocol.

   466     Winett       Feb 73      Telnet Logger/Server for Host LL-67

      This RFC contains writeup documents on the Telnet Logger/Server
      for the CP/CMS system on the Lincoln Laboratory 360/67.

   465     Never Issued.

   464     Kudlick      Feb 73      Resource Notebook Framework

      This document presents a framework for coordinating all the
      surveys and data gathering efforts concerned with "resource
      notebook" type of information.

   463     Bhushan      Feb 73      FTP Comments and Response to RFC 430

      This RFC represents the author's response to RFC 430 and other
      similar views.

   462     Iseli        Feb 73      Responding to User Needs

      A proposal to have network documentation maintained at the source,
      that is, by each site, and available as a distributed database.

   461     McKenzie     Feb 73      Telnet Meeting Announcement

      Plans for a meeting on Telnet to be held March 1973.

   460     Kline        Feb 73      NCP Survey

      This RFC is a first in a series which will request information on
      implmentation of host-to-host protocol.

   459     Kantrowitz   Feb 73      Network Questionnaires

      Suggests that there is too much or too many different people
      trying to gather data from all the other sites.

   458     Bressler     Feb 73      Mail Retrieval via FTP

      Proposal of two new FTP commands called ReaDMailFile and ReaDMail.

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   457     Walden       Feb 73      TIPUG

      How to get updates to the TIP Users Guide.

   456     NIC          Feb 73      Memorandum

      Change in the meeting time for the Network Mail meeting discussed
      in RFC 453.

   455     McKenzie     Feb 73      Traffic Statistics

      Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of January
      1973.  Updates RFC 443.

   454     McKenzie     Feb 73      File Transfer Protocol (Meeting
                                    Announcement and a New Proposed
                                    Document

      The specification of the File Transfer Protocol and the
      announcement of a meeting (March 1973) to discuss it.

   453     Kudlick      Feb 73      Meeting Announcement to Discuss a
                                    Network Mail System

      Plans for a meeting on electronic mail held February 1973.  See
      RFC 469.

   452     Winett       Feb 73      Telnet Command at Host LL

      This RFC documents the use of the Telnet command at Host LL for
      uses under the CP/CMS time-sharing system.

   451     Padlipsky    Feb 73      Tentative Proposal for a Unified
                                    User Level Protocol

      A suggestion for the idea of a network standard command language
      for interactive systems.

   450     Padlipsky    Feb 73      Multics Sampling Timeout Change

      Announcement of better service for experimental users of MIT
      Multics.

   449     Walden       Jan 73      The Current Flow-Control Scheme for
                                    IMPSYS

      Updates RFC 442.

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   448     Braden       Feb 73      Print Files in FTP

      This document reviews the problem of print files.

   447     McKenzie     Jan 73      IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedule

      Updates RFC 434.

   446     Deutsch      Jan 73      Proposal to Consider a Network
                                    Program Resource Notebook

   445     McKenzie     Jan 73      IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance
                                    Schedule

   444     Never Issued.

   443     McKenzie     Jan 73      Traffic Statistics

      Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of December
      1972.  Updates RFC 422.

   442     Cerf         Jan 73      The Current Flow-Control Scheme for
                                    IMPSYS

      This RFC discusses the current flow-control scheme for IMPSYS.

   441     Bressler     Jan 73      Inter-Entity Communication - An
                                    Experiment

      A status report concerning an experiment based on the desire of
      users, at their consoles, to converse with one another, and to
      receive some debugging assistance.

   440     Walden       Jan 73      Scheduled Network Software
                                    Maintenance

      Explains plans and schedule for IMP software maintenance, expands
      the normal time slot.

   439     Cerf         Jan 73      PARRY Encounters the Doctor

      A lighthearted documentation on a session that actually happened
      on September 18, 1972.

   438     Thomas       Jan 73      FTP Server-Server Interaction

      This document suggests a simple extension to FTP which would allow
      a FTP user process at one site to arrange for FTP server processes
      at other sites to act cooperatively on its behalf.

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   437     Faeh         Jun 73      Data Reconfiguration Service at UCSB

      Announcement of the availability of the Data Reconfiguration
      Service (DRS) at UCSB.

   436     Krilanovich  Jan 73      Announcement of RJS at UCSB

      Announcement of the availability of RJS at UCSB.

   435     Cosell       Jan 73      Telnet Issues

      This RFC discusses a number of Telnet related issues, with the
      central issue of discussion being echoing.

   434     McKenzie     Jan 73      IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedule

      Explains plans and schedule for IMP and TIP upgrades.

   433     Postel       Dec 72      Socket Number List

      Establishment of assigned socket numbers to be used for public
      functions.  This RFC has been replaced by RFC 997 and 990.

   432     Neigus       Dec 72      Network Logical Map

      Attachment of the network logical map as of December 30, 1972.

   431     Krilanovich  Dec 72      Update on SMFS Login and Logout

      This document obsoletes RFC 399, which introduced the Login and
      Logout commands for UCSB's SMFS, but was incomplete.  RFC 399 is
      restated more fully in this RFC.

   430     Braden       Feb 73      Comments on File Transfer Protocol

      Discusses several issues in FTP.

   429     Postel       Dec 72      Character Generator Process

      A proposal that there be a standard process implemented on
      whatever hosts desire which generates character data with out any
      regard to input.

   428     Never Issued.

   427     Never Issued.

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   426     Thomas       Jan 73      Reconnection Protocol

      This document describes several situations in which the ability to
      reconnect is useful, presents a mechanism to achieve
      reconnections, sketches how the mechanism could be added to
      Host-Host or Telnet protocol, and recommends a place for the
      mechanism in the protocol hierarchy.

   425     Bressler     Dec 72      "But my NCP costs $500 a day..."

      Discussion on the cost of network software and network use.

   424     Never Issued.

   423     Noble        Dec 72      UCLA Campus Computing Network
                                    Liaison Staff for ARPA Network

      A list of ARPA network contacts at CCN.  Updates RFC 389.

   422     McKenzie     Dec 72      Traffic Statistics

      Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of November
      1972.  Updates RFC 413.

   421     McKenzie     Nov 72      A Software Consulting Service for
                                    Network Users

      An announcement of a BBN software consulting service that has been
      established for ARPA network users.

   420     Murray       Jan 73      CCA ICCC Weather Demo

      Announcement that the weather demo for the ICCC show is now
      generally available.

   419     Vezza        Dec 72      MIT-DMS on Vacation

      The MIT Dynamic Modeling System will be down for 2-4 weeks.

   418     Hathaway     Nov 72      Server File Transfer Under TSS/360
                                    at NASA/Ames Research Center

      This RFC is a description of the initial implementation of Server
      File Transfer at NASA-Ames Research Center.

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   417     Postel       Nov 72      LINK Usage Violation

      The protocol police issue a citation.

   416     Norton       Nov 72      The ARC System will be Unavailable
                                    for Use During Thanksgiving Week

      The SRI-ARC machine will be down for 9-10 days.

   415     Murray       Nov 72      TENEX Bandwidth

      Considerations of the performances of each host.  References
      RFC 392.

   414     Bhushan      Nov 72      File Transfer Protocols (FTP) Status
                                    and Further Comments

      A status report on working server and user FTPs.

   413     McKenzie     Nov 72      Traffic Statistics

      Three sets of network traffic statistic reports.  Updates RFC 400.

   412     Hicks        Nov 72      User FTP Documentation

      A "help" file for the Utah-10 implementation of the User FTP
      process.

   411     Padlipsky    Nov 72      New Multics Network Software
                                    Features

      Discussion on two recently-installed features of the Multics
      Network software.

   410     McQuillan    Nov 72      Removal of the 30-Second Delay When
                                    Hosts Come Up

      A proposal to elminate the 30-second delay altogether.

   409     White        Dec 72      TENEX Interface to UCSB's
                                    Simple-Minded File System

      This document is intended to provide users with the information
      necessary to use SMFS from a terminal; the reader is assumed
      familiar with Tenex.

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   408     Owen         Oct 72      NETBANK

      A proposed idea for a protocol (or service) that is offered as an
      aid to network use for new users.

   407     Bressler     Oct 72      Remote Job Entry Protocol

      The release of the official Remote Job Entry Protocol, per the
      ARPA office.

   406     McQuillan    Oct 72      Scheduled IMP Software Releases

      Explains the plans and schedule for IMP software maintenance.

   405     McKenzie     Oct 72      Correction to RFC 404

      Typographical error notation.  Obsoletes RFC 404.

   404     McKenzie     Oct 72      Host Address Changes Involving Rand
                                    and ISI

      The new address of ISI is IMP 22.  THe new address of RAND is
      IMP 7.

   d

   403     Hicks        Jan 73      Desirability of a Network 1108
                                    Service

   402     NIC          Oct 72      ARPA Network Mailing Lists

      Obsoletes RFC 363.

   401     Hansen       Oct 72      Conversion of NGP-0 Coordinates to
                                    Device Specific Coordinates

      A means is described to convert NGP coordinates to interger
      coordinates in the range zero to M, where M is the maximum address
      of the device screen on a machine using 2's complement arithmetic.

   400     McKenzie     Oct 72      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      September 1972.  Updates RFC 391.

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   399     Krilanovich  Sep 72      SMFS Login and Logout

   398     Pickens      Sep 72      UCSB Online Graphics

      Announcement that users with Tektronix or IMLAC terminals, or with
      systems that support the proposed Level 0 graphics protocol can
      access UCSB graphics.

   397     Never Issued.

   396     Bunch        Nov 72      Network Graphics Working Group
                                    Meeting - Second Iteration

   395     McQuillan    Oct 72      Switch Settings on IMPs and TIPs

      Discussion on a description of the switches on the front panel of
      IMPs and TIPs that are important to the correct operation of the
      network software.

   394     McQuillan    Sep 72      Two Proposed Changes to the IMP-HOST
                                    Protocol

      Updates RFC 381.  This note describes two changes to the IMP-Host
      communication protocol described in BBN Report 1822.

   393     Winett       Oct 72      Comments on Telnet Protocol Changes

      Comments and objections to two of the three recent suggestions for
      changing the Telnet protocol as described in RFC 328.

   392     Hicks        Sep 72      Measurement of Host Costs for
                                    Transmitting Network Data

      Discussion of Utah's development of a program to use the Remote
      Job Service System (RJS) at UCLA-CCN in conjunction with Utah's
      "batch" users.

   391     McKenzie     Sep 72      Traffic Statistics

      A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
      August 1972.  Updates RFC 378.

   390     Braden       May 72      TSO Scenario Batch Compilation and
                                    Foreground Execution

      An example session with TSO on UCLA-CCN.

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   389     Noble        Aug 72      UCLA Campus Computing Network
                                    Liaison Staff for ARPA Network

      A list for ARPA Network contacts at UCLA/CCN.

   388     Cerf         Aug 72      NCP Statistics

      Updates RFC 323.  Announcement that UCLA/NMC is prepared to gather
      NCP statistics on a daily basis.

   387     Kelley       Aug 72      Some Experiences in Implementing
                                    Network Graphics Protocol Level 0

   386     Cosell       Aug 72      Letter to TIP Users - 2

      A second point of information letter to TIP users.  Updates
      RFC 365.

   385     Bhushan      Aug 72      Comments on the File Transfer
                                    Protocol (RFC 354)

      The comments in this document include errata, further discussion,
      emphasis points, and additions to the protocol.  Updates RFC 354.

   384     North        Aug 72      Official Site IDENTS for
                                    Organizations in the ARPA Network

      Includes two lists, a list in alpha order and a list by Site
      address.  Obsoletes RFC 289.

   383     Never Issued.

   382     McDaniel     Aug 72      Mathematical Software on the ARPA
                                    Network

      Comments on the efforts to develop high quality libraries of
      mathematical and statistical subroutines.

   381     McQuillan    Jul 72      Three Aids to Improved Network
                                    Operation

      Discusses helpful aids to improved network operation: schedules of
      software maintenance, IMP-to-Host communication, and  network news
      service.

   380     Never Issued.

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   379     Braden       Aug 72      Using TSO at CCN

      Announcement that IBM's Time Sharing Option (TSO) is up on a
      regularly scheduled basis at UCLA/CCN.

   378     McKenzie     Aug 72      Traffic Statistics

      Traffic statistics for the month of July 1972.

   377     Braden       Aug 72      Using TSO Via ARPA Network Virtual
                                    Terminal

      Announcement of IBM's Time Sharing Option (TSO) availability at
      UCLA/CCN on Socket 1, using the standard Telnet protocol.

   376     Westheimer   Aug 72      Network Host Status

      Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 31 to August 4.
      Updates RFC 370.

   375     Never Issued.

   374     McKenzie     Jul 72      IMP System Announcement

      Updates RFCs 331,343,359.

   373     McCarthy     Jul 72      Arbitrary Character Sets

      Suggests how to get arbitrary characters sets stored in computers
      and to be able to display them on any CRT screen, edit them using
      any keyboard, and print them on any printer.

   372     Watson       Jul 72      Notes on a Conversation with Bob
                                    Kahn on the ICCC

      Discussion on some aspects of the ICCC meeting demonstration.

   371     Kahn         Jul 72      Demonstration at International
                                    Computer Communications Conference

      Observation and notes on the ICCC meeting demonstration.

   370     Westheimer   Jul 72      Network Host Status

      Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 17 to July 28.
      Updates RFC 367.

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   369     Pickens      Jul 72      Evaluation of ARPANET Services
                                    (January through March, 1972)

      This paper provides descriptions, surveys, critiques of ARPANET
      services, and suggestions for improvement.

   368     Braden       Jul 72      Comments on "Proposed Remote Job
                                    Entry Protocol"

      Suggestions on honing the final standard of the RJE protocol
      (references RFC 360).

   367     Westheimer   Jul 72      Network Host Status

      Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 1 to July 16.
      Updates RFC 366.

   366     Westheimer   Jul 72      Network Host Status

      Report on the status of Network Hosts from June 19 to June 30.
      Updates RFC 362.

   365     Walden       Jul 72      A Letter to All TIP Users

      Descriptions of new commands that have recently been added to the
      "TIP Users Guide".

   364     Abrams       Jul 72      Serving Remote Users on the ARPANET

      This paper asserts that a problem exists in serving remote users
      and offers a set of suggestions for its amelioration.

   363     NIC          Aug 72      ARPA Network Mailing Lists

      Obsoletes RFC 329.

   362     Westheimer   Jun 72      Network Host Status

      Report on the status of Network Hosts from June 5 to June 16.
      Updates RFC 353.

   361     Bressler     Jul 72      In Response to RFCs 347 and 348

      Deamon Processes on Host 106.

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   360     Holland      Jun 72      Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol

      This protocol specifies the Network standard procedures for remote
      job entry as a mechanism whereby a user at one location causes a
      batch-processing job to be run at some other location.

   359     Walden       Jun 72      The Status of the Release of the New
                                    IMP System (2600)

      Obsoletes RFC 343.

   358     Never Issued.

   357     Davidson     Jun 72      An Echoing Strategy for Satellite
                                    Links

      This document describes a strategy which will eliminate the delay
      associated with simple echoing and allow the transmission delay to
      be hidden in the cost of computation only.  This scheme is
      proposed as an optional addition to existing User Telnets; its use
      requires the explicit support of a cooperating server process.

   356     Alter        Jun 72      ARPA Network Control Center

      Announcement of the NCC's new operation schedule.

   355     Davidson     Jun 72      Response to RFC 346

   354     Bhushan      Jul 72      The File Transfer Protocol

      This RFC obsoletes RFCs 264,265.  The File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
      is a protocol for file transfer between HOSTs on the ARPANET.  The
      primary function of FTP is to transfer files efficiently and
      reliably among hosts and to allow the convenient use of remote
      file storage capabilities.

   353     Westheimer   Jun 72      Network Host Status

      Status report of most Network Hosts from May 22 to June 2.
      Updates RFC 344.

   352     Crocker      Jun 72      TIP Site Information Form (Graphics)

      An information form to provide additional information for TIP
      users of the NET.

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   351     Crocker      Jun 72      (Graphics) Information Form for the
                                    ARPANET Graphics Resources Notebook

      A questionnaire about the state of graphics resources at various
      sites.

   350     Stoughton    May 72      User Accounts for UCSB On-Line
                                    System

      Announcement of new login parameters for the UCSB On-Line System.

   349     Postel       May 72      Proposed Standard Socket Numbers

      A proposal to officially standardize socket number assignments.

   348     Postel       May 72      Discard Process

      A RFC discussing debugging and measurement puposes for those hosts
      which are willing to implement a "Discard" process.  Old version;
      see RFC 863.

   347     Postel       May 72      Echo Process

      A RFC discussing debugging and measurement puposes for those hosts
      which are willing to implement an "Echo" process.  Old version;
      see RFC 862.

   346     Postel       May 72      Satellite Considerations

      Discussion on using space satellite transmission links in the
      ARPANET.

   345     Kelly        May 72      Interest in Mixed Integer
                                    Programming (MPSX on 360/91 at CCN)

      Request for interested persons in the MPSX to contact author.

   344     Westheimer   May 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 342.

   343     McKenzie     May 72      IMP System Change Notification

      Obsoletes RFC 331.  Release of IMPSYS 2600 was unsuccessful.

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   342     Westheimer   May 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 332.

   341     Never Issued.

   340     O'Sullivan   May 72      Proposed Telnet Changes

      A proposed change to the Telnet protocol calling for one standard
      protocol and dropping the idea of minimum implementation.

   339     Thomas       May 72      MLTNET - A "Multi-Telnet" Subsystem
                                    for TENEX

      This RFC describes MLTNET as a Telnet-like facility for Tenex
      which enables a user to control a number of jobs, running on
      different ARPANET hosts.  MLTNET is currently a subsystem on the
      BBN-Tenex host.

   338     Braden       May 72      EBCDIC/ASCII Mapping for Network RJE

      This RFC proposes: to make all users of NETRJS aware of the
      changed ASCII mapping; to call this problem to the attention of
      the Network RJE Protocol committee; and to knowledge and support
      Joel Winett's pioneering work in this area.

   337     Never Issued.

   336     Cotton       May 72      Level 0 Graphic Input Protocol

      A description of the graphics input protocol as discussed at a
      Network Graphics Working Group meeting.

   335     Bryan        May 72      New Interface-IMP/360

      Announcement of a new interface and requests to hear of any
      difficulties network users encounter while operating with UCSB.

   334     McKenzie     May 72      Network Use on May 8

   333     Bressler     May 72      A Proposed Experiment with a Message
                                    Switching Protocol

      This document attempts to sketch how one would organize the lowest
      level host-host protocol in the ARPANET around Message Switching
      Protocols (MSPs) and how this organization would affect the
      implementation of the host software.

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   332     Westheimer   Apr 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 330.

   331     McQuillan    Apr 72      IMP System Change Notification

      Announcement of the release of IMPSYS 2600.

   330     Westheimer   Apr 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 326.

   329     NIC          May 72      ARPA Network Mailing Lists

   328     Postel       Apr 72      Suggested Telnet Protocol Changes

      This RFC proposes changes to the Telnet protocol.

   327     Bhushan      Apr 72      Data and File Transfer Workshop
                                    Notes

   326     Westheimer   Apr 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 319.

   325     Hicks        Apr 72      Network Remote Job Entry Program -
                                    NETRJS

      Report on the NETRJS running at the University of Utah.

   324     Postel       Apr 72      RJE Protocol Meeting

      Announcement of a RJE Protocol meeting at UCLA.

   323     Cerf         Mar 72      Formation of Network Measurement
                                    Group (NMG)

      Describes some network measurement results, some plans for further
      measurement and the formation of an interest group.

   322     Cerf         Mar 72      Well Known Socket Numbers

      Announcement of intent to catalog all sockets which are supposed
      to be well-known.

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   321     Karp         Mar 72      CBI Networking Activity at MITRE

      Response to RFC 313 - comments on Computer Based Instruction.

   320     Reddy        Mar 72      Workshop on Hard Copy Line Graphics

      Announcement of a one day workshop on the XCRIBL system at CMU.

   319     Westheimer   Mar 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 315.

   318     Postel       Apr 72      Ad Hoc Telnet Protocol

      Obsoletes RFC 158.  This Telnet specification was effective for
      several years.

   317     Postel       Mar 72      Official Host-Host Protocol
                                    Modification: Assigned Link Numbers

      Lists current Link number assignments.  This RFC has been replaced
      by RFCs 997 and 990.

   316     McKay        Feb 72      ARPA Network Data Management Working
                                    Group Meeting Report

   315     Westheimer   Mar 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 306.

   314     Cotton       Mar 72      Next Network Graphics Working Group
                                    Meeting

      Describes plans for a graphics meeting to be held in April 1972.

   313     O'Sullivan   Mar 72      Computer Based Instruction

      This paper has two purposes: to solicit comments from the NWG and
      others on how selected classes of resources of a General Purpose
      Network might be applied to the field of Computer Based
      Instructions; and initiate a dialog between interested parties on
      the problem of Computer Base Instruction.

   312     McKenzie     Mar 72      Proposed Change in IMP-to-Host
                                    Protocol

      This RFC proposes a redefinition of the IMP-to-Host error message
      types and the creation of additional IMP-to-Host error message
      types.  These changes should assist the Hosts in determining

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      appropriate recovery action without causing any serious
      reprogramming problems.

   311     Bryan        Feb 72      New Console Attachments to the UCSB
                                    Host

      Describes types of terminals used at UCSB.

   310     Bhushan      Apr 72      Another Look at Data and File
                                    Transfer Protocols

      This paper suggests some specific changes in DTP and FTP that
      should make them more useful and/or simplify implementation.

   309     Bhushan      Mar 72      Data and File Tranfer Workshop
                                    Announcement

      Describes plans for a meeting on FTP to be held April 1972.

   308     Seriff       Mar 72      ARPANET Host Availability Data

      A SURVEY program is up and working to aid in gathering information
      on the availability of various Hosts on the ARPANET.

   307     Harslem      Feb 72      Using Network Remote Job Entry

      Announcement of a program on a PDP-10 allowing access to the
      Remote Job Service (RJS) at UCLA.

   306     Westheimer   Feb 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 298.

   305     Alter        Jan 72      Unknown Host Numbers

      Discusses testing of IMPs and notes that this may cause some hosts
      to receive messages from unregistered addresses.

   304     McKay        Feb 72      A Data Management System Proposal
                                    for the ARPA Network

      A proposal to provide a framework that will allow the ARPA
      community to recognize and develop the necessary tools in a
      unified manner enabling the network to manage its resources to the
      best advantage of the user.

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   303     NIC          Feb 72      ARPA Network Mailing List

      Obsoletes RFC 300.

   302     Bryan        Feb 72      Excercising the ARPANET

      Describes a class project to tryout hosts on the ARPANET.

   301     Alter        Feb 72      BBN IMP (No. 5) and NCC Schedule for
                                    March 4, 1972

      BBN host will be down for a day for moving equipment.

   300     NIC          Jan 72      ARPA Network Mailing Lists

      Obsoletes RFC 211.

   299     Hopkin       Feb 72      Information Management System

      Announcement of intent to build an Information Management and
      Statistical System for the ILLIAC IV.

   298     Westheimer   Feb 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 293.

   297     Walden       Jan 72      TIP Message Buffers

      Discussion regarding the size of the TIP's message buffers.

   296     Liddle       Jan 72      DS-1 Display System

      This RFC describes a proposed modular graphic/alphanumeric display
      system containing a 512 by 512 line, 60 line per inch plasma
      display/memory panel and a minprocessor.  It is intended to
      combine the advantages of display memory and local processing
      power in three general modes.

   295     Postel       Oct 71      Report of the Protocol Workshop

      A report on the decisions reached at the protocol workshop held in
      conjunction with the NWG meeting of 10 October 1971.

   294     Bhushan      Jan 72      The Use of "Set Data Type"
                                    Transaction in File Transfer
                                    Protocol

      Updates RFC 265.

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   293     Westheimer   Jan 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 288.

   292     Michener     Jan 72      Graphics Protocol - Level 0 only

      A description of part of the proposed Network Standard Graphics
      Protocol for transmitting graphics data within the ARPA network.
      The particular aspects covered are related to the form and content
      of graphics information sent from a source of graphical
      information to a display package for output to a graphics console.

   291     McKay        Jan 72      Data Management Meeting Announcement

      A meeting about datamanagement will be held February 1972.

   290     Mullery      Jan 72      Computer Network and Data Sharing: A
                                    Bibliography

      Updates RFC 243.

   289     Watson       Dec 71      What We Hope is an Official List of
                                    Host Names

      An accepted list of official formal host names and nicknames.

   288     Westheimer   Jan 72      Network Host Status

      Updates RFC 287.

   287     Westheimer   Dec 71      Network Host Status

      Reports on tests of host availability for 6 Dec to 18 Dec 1971.

   286     Forman       Dec 71      Network Library Information System

      This RFC solicites interested parties in the ARPA community to
      form a working group whose interests include developing a new
      system that would enable computer query of Library holdings.
      Georgetown University is currently designing a Learning Resource
      Center which could be the prototype of the proposed working group.

   285     Huff         Dec 71      Network Graphics

      This paper is aimed at bringing together the present state of
      graphics on the NET for the newcomer and attempting to add a
      little more documentation to the current ground covered in
      graphics research by ARPA.

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   284     Never Issued.

   283     Braden       Dec 71      NETRJT - Remote Job Service Protocol
                                    for TIPS

      Discusses how it may be feasible in the future to use TIPS for
      remote job entry in one or more of three ways: attach local card
      readers, line printer, and card punches directly to TIP ports,
      connect a remote batch terminal to a full-duplex TIP port via a
      communication line, and/or use the tape drive, and do card-to-tape
      and/or tape-to-print on another computer.

   282     Padlipsky    Dec 71      Graphics Meeting Report

      Describes a graphics meeting held November 1972.

   281     McKenzie     Dec 71      A Suggested Addition to File
                                    Transfer Protocol

      Suggests an improved restart procedure in FTP.

   280     Watson       Nov 71      A Draft Set of Host Names

      A proposed list of names for hosts.

   279     Never Issued.

   278     Bhushan      Nov 71      Revision of the Mail Box Protocol

      This paper obsoletes RFC 221.  The changes to RFC 221 are
      presented in this document.  The protocol is also restated for
      additional review.

   277     Never Issued.

   276     Watson       Nov 71      NIC Course

      A course announcement from the NIC on the use of its Online System
      (NLS).

   275     Never Issued.

   274     Forman       Nov 71      Establishing a Local Guide for
                                    Network Usage

      Discussion on the best solutions to the general problem of
      interfacing Hosts to IMPs.

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   273     Watson       Oct 71      More on Standard Host Names

      Discussion on the best way to set up naming schemes for standard
      Host names.

   272     Never Issued.

   271     Cosell       Jan 72      IMP System Change Notification

      Announcement of a new version of the IMP System, Version 2514.

   270     McKenzie     Jan 72      Correction to BBN Report No. 1822

      Updates pages 25 and 26 of BBN report 1822.

   269     Brodie       Dec 71      Some Experience with File Transfer

      Updates RFCs 122,238,172.

   268     Postel       Nov 71      Graphic Facilities Information

      Request for graphics information.

   267     Westheimer   Nov 71      Network Host Status

      Reports on tests of host availability for 8 Nov to 19 Nov 1971.

   266     Westheimer   Nov 71      Network Host Status

      Reports on tests of host availability for 25 Oct to 5 Nov 1971.

   265     Bhushan      Nov 71      The File Transfer Protocol

      This paper is a revision of RFC 172.  The changes to RFC 172 are
      presented in this document.  The protocol is also restated for
      additional review.

   264     Bhushan      Nov 71      The Data Transfer Protocol

      This paper is a revision of RFC 171.  The changes to RFC 171 are
      presented in this document.  The protocol is also restated for
      additional review.

   263     McKenzie     Dec 71      "Very Distant" Host Interface

      Discussion on the best solutions to the general problem of
      interfacing Hosts to IMPs.

   262     Never Issued.

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   261     Never Issued.

   260     Never Issued.

   259     Never Issued.

   258     Never Issued.

   257     Never Issued.

   256     Cosell       Nov 71      IMPSYS Change Notification

      Announcement of a new version of the IMP system, Version 2513.

   255     Westheimer   Oct 71      Site Status

      Updates RFC 252.

   254     Bhushan      Oct 71      Scenarios for Using ARPANET
                                    Computers

      This document is provided to facilitate the use of ARPANET host
      computer systems via the ARPANET.  The objective of these
      scenarios is to aid a user in sampling host computers on the
      ARPANET, thereby stimulating his interest in using the ARPANET.

   253     Moorer       Oct 71      Second Network Graphics Meeting
                                    Details

      Plans for a graphics meeting to be held November 1971.  See RFC
      282.

   252     Westheimer   Oct 71      Site Status

      Updates RFC 240.

   251     Stern        Oct 71      Weather Data

      Announcement of the USAF Environmental Technical Application
      Center (ETAC) services in providing weather data for the ARPA
      Network.

   250     Brodie       Oct 71      Some Thoughts on File Transfer

      Further clarification and proposed revision on several aspects of
      the proposed Data Transfer Protocol and the File Transfer
      Protocol.

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   249     Borelli      Oct 71      Coordination of Equipment and
                                    Supplies Purchase

      Announcement of an agreement reached regarding the study of the
      feasibility of a coordinating point for purchases of equipment and
      supplies to be used on the network.

   248     Never Issued.

   247     Karp         Oct 71      Proffered Set of Standard Host Names

      Proposed general set of rules for forming Host Names.  Obsoletes
      RFC 226.

   246     Vezza        Oct 71      Networks Graphics Meeting

   245     Falls        Oct 71      Reservations for Network Group
                                    Meeting

   244     Never Issued.

   243     Mullery      Oct 71      Network and Data Sharing
                                    Bibliography

      Updated by RFC 290.

   242     Haibt        Jul 71      Data Descriptive Language for Shared
                                    Data

      Discussion of representation differences.  Three categories are
      defined: very local representation, representation of collections
      of data, and other more complex structures that data collections
      may have.

   241     McKenzie     Sep 71      Connecting Computers to MLC Ports

      Discussion on the pros and cons of computers being connected
      through serial communication lines to ports on the Terminal IMP's
      Multi-Line Controller (MLC).

   240     McKenzie     Sep 71      Site Status

      A reissue of RFC 235, without typographical errors.

   239     Braden       Sep 71      Host Mnemonics Proposed in RFC 226

      Discussion and comments on RFC 226.

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   238     Braden       Sep 71      Comments on DTP and FTP Protocols

      This RFC updates RFCs 171,172.

   237     Watson       Sep 71      The NIC's View of Standard Host
                                    Names

      The NIC strongly favors standardization of host names.  In this
      RFC, the NIC proposes that any standard naming scheme should take
      into account certain considerations.

   236     Postel       Sep 71      Standard Host Names

      An update of RFC 229, with some modifications included.

   235     Westheimer   Sep 71      Site Status

      Starting with this RFC, BBN will report on the status of most
      Network Hosts.

   234     Vezza        Oct 71      Network Working Group Meeting
                                    Schedule

      Plans for a Network Working Group meeting in October 1971.

   233     Bhushan      Sep 71      Standardization of Host Call Letters

      A currently recommended list of call letters.

   232     Vezza        Sep 71      Announcement of the next Network
                                    Graphics Meeting

      Schedule conflict and postponement of the graphics meeting.

   231     Heafner      Sep 71      Service Center Standards for Remote
                                    Usage - A User's View

      A statement of views on service center standards.  An input to the
      service center panel discussion of the October Network meeting.

   230     Pyke         Sep 71      Toward Reliable Operation of
                                    Minicomputer-based Terminals on a
                                    TIP

      Points out inadequate error detection and initiation of corrective
      measures in the present protocol for communication between a TIP
      and attached terminals.  References RFC 203.

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   229     Postel       Sep 71      Standard Host Names

      A suggestion of eight character names and a proposed list of
      names.

   228     Walden       Sep 71      Clarification

      A correction to RFC 70.

   227     Heafner      Sep 71      Data Transfer Rates (RAND/UCLA)

      A memo on data rates typical of the RJS use at UCLA CCN.

   226     Karp         Sep 71      Standardization of Host Mnemonics

      A list of Host Mnemonics is provided.

   225     Harslem      Sep 71      RAND/UCSB Network Graphics
                                    Experiment

      Describes use from RAND of the UCSB-OLS system.

   224     McKenzie     Sep 71      Comments on Mailbox Protocol

      Comments on electronic mail and TIP's.

   223     Melvin       Sep 71      Network Information Center Schedule
                                    for Network Users

      Access schedule for remote users of the NIC.

   222     Metcalfe     Sep 71      System Programmer's Workshop

      Announcement of the next workshop.

   221     Watson       Aug 71      A Mail Box Protocol, Version-2

      Discussion of the initial reaction to RFC 196.

   220     Never Issued

   219     Winter       Sep 71      User's View of the Datacomputer

      A description of the Datacomputer.

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   218     Cosell       Sep 71      Changing the IMP Status Reporting

      A change in internal procedures in the ARPANET status reports from
      the IMPs to the NIC.

   217     White        Sep 71      Specification Changes for OLS,
                                    RJE/RJOR, and SMFS

      Current listing of documents that have been revised.

   216     White        Sep 71      Telnet Access to UCSB's On-Line
                                    System

      Discussion of the implementation of a teletype-compatible
      interface to UCSB's On-Line System.

   215     McKenzie     Aug 71      NCP, ICP, and Telnet: The Terminal
                                    IMP Implementation

      Announcement of six Terminal IMPs being incorporated into the
      Network, with additional Terminal IMPS scheduled for delivery.

   214     Harslem      Aug 71      Network Checkout

      Notification of the verification of certain sites.

   213     Cosell       Aug 71      IMP System Change Notification

      Several changes in the IMP internal procedures.

   212     Vezza        Aug 71      NWG Meeting on Network Usage

      A mailing list for RFC distribution.

   211     NIC          Aug 71      ARPA Network Mailing List

   210     Conrad       Aug 71      Improvement of Flow Control

      Discussion of the current "give back" - "return" scheme.

   209     Cosell       Aug 71      Host/IMP Interface Documentation

      Discussion of a change to the IMP and the documentation
      (BBN report 1822).

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   208     McKenzie     Aug 71      Address Tables

      A table of hosts on or soon to be on the ARPANET.

   207     Vezza        Aug 71      A September Network Working Group
                                    Meeting

      Next meeting announcement.

   206     White        Aug 71      A User Telnet Description of an
                                    Initial Implementation

      This document describes a program whose function is to make an
      Online System terminal appear to any teletype-compatible,
      time-sharing system in the Network as if it were directly
      connected to that system.

   205     Braden       Aug 71      NETCRT - A Character Display
                                    Protocol

      A significant revision of the character-display protocol (NETCRT),
      based on CCN's proposed NETCRT from the May NWG Meeting.

   204     Postel       Aug 71      Sockets in use

      Announcement to collect information on the use of socket numbers
      for standard service programs.

   203     Kalin        Aug 71      Achieving Reliable Communication

      This is a non-standard protocol, suitable for either second or
      third level use and is proposed with the intent of providing error
      resistant and highly reliable communication channels.

   202     Wolfe        Jul 71      Possible Deadlock in ICP

      A notation of a possible deadlock that will occur if both sides
      open thier send or both sides open their receive sockets first.

   201     Never Issued.

   200     NIC          Aug 71      RFC List by Number

      RFC's 1-200.

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   199     Williams     Jul 71      Suggestions for a Network
                                    Data-Tablet Graphics Protocol

      SDC's comments to the discussion of a protocol for network
      graphics within the ARPA Network community.  Concern is focused on
      the development of the graphics protocol in two areas:
      non-interactive graphics and data-tablet graphics, as opposed to
      fully interactive graphics.

   198     Heafner      Jul 71      Site Certification - Lincoln Labs
                                    360/67

      A report from RAND that Lincoln Labs protocol implementations are
      correct.

   197     Shoshani     Jul 71      Initial Connection Protocol -
                                    Revised

      An attempt at a simple version of ICP, assuming one may add
      commands to Host-Host protocol.

   196     Watson       Jul 71      A Mail Box Protocol

      The purpose of this protocol is to provide at each site a standard
      mechanism to receive sequential files for immediate or deferred
      printing or other uses.

   195     Mealy        Jul 71      Data Computers - Data Descriptions
                                    and Access Language

      This document discusses some of the problems involved in the
      unified approach to Network data management, and to suggest
      possible avenues of approach toward their resolution.

   194     Cerf         Jul 71      The Data Reconfiguration Service -
                                    Compiler/Interpreter Implementation
                                    Notes

      This document describes the new features of the language, the new
      syntax, the form interpreter, and the instruction set.

   193     Harslem      Jul 71      Network Checkout

      A report form RAND on testing ten other hosts.

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   192     Watson       Jul 71      Some Factors Which a Network
                                    Graphics Protocol Must Consider

      Discussion on what any network graphics protocol should come to
      grips with.

   191     Irby         Jul 71      Graphics Implementation and
                                    Conceptualization at ARC

      A brief description of the way in which graphics terminals are
      conceptualized and used at the Augmentation Research Center.

   190     Deutsch      Jul 71      DEC PDP-10 - IMLAC Communication
                                    System

      This document describes an operational system for communicating
      textual display information between a main-site computer and a
      remote display processor.

   189     Braden       Jul 71      Interim NETRJS Specifications

      A description of the operation and protocol of the remote job
      entry service to CCN's 360 Model 91.  This interim protocol will
      be implemented as a production service before the end of July.

   188     Karp         Jan 71      Data Management Meeting Announcement

      Plans for a data management meeting to be held Auguest 1971.

   187     McKay        Jul 71      A Network/440 Protocol Concept

      An information Request for Comments that is intended to convey
      some of the thinking and philosophy that went into IBM's network
      protocol and overall network design.

   186     Michener     Jul 71      A Network Graphics Loader

      The Network Graphics Loader described in this document proposes to
      permit remote users on the ARPA network to obtain graphics output
      from programs they write for the Evans and Sutherland Line Drawing
      System.

   185     North        Jul 71      NIC Distribution of Manuals and
                                    Handbooks

      The NIC request that sites send copies of manuals and handbooks to
      them.

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   184     Kelley       Jul 71      Proposed Graphic Display Modes

      The ARPA Network node at the University of Illinois' Center for
      Advanced Computation is different from other nodes.  It is not
      just a simple attachment to the net.  Establishment of the
      computer system specifically for use of the ILLIAC IV and the
      network is in process.  This paper describes the operating
      systems, network interface and utility routines, and ILLIAC IV
      routines to be used over the network.

   183     Winett       Jul 71      The EBCDIC Codes and Their Mapping
                                    to ASCII

      This document defines and describes the IBM Standard Extended BCD
      Interchange Code.  This is done in order to uniquely map the ASCII
      codes into corresponding EBCDIC codes in a consistent manner
      throughout the ARPA Network.

   182     North        Jun 71      Compilation of List of Relevant Site
                                    Reports

      A Network Information Center compilation list of all site-produced
      reports which are of interest to Network participants.

   181     McConnell    Jun 71      Modifications to RFC 177

      This document is intended to modify the proposal for a device
      independent graphical display description discussed in RFC 177.
      The main changes are in the definition of coordinate areas to
      avoid one problem encountered with the old definition and to
      provide more flexibility.

   180     McKenzie     Jun 71      File System Questionnaire

      An attempt to gather information about local file and data
      conventions.

   179     McKenzie     Jun 71      Link Number Assignments

      This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.

   178     Cotton       Jun 71      Network Graphic Attention Handling

      The process of attention handling is briefly described, various
      graphic configurations are discussed, input devices are surveyed
      to identify the types of data which they produce, and an attention
      protocol is proposed.

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   177     McConnell    Jun 71      A Device Independent Graphical
                                    Display Description

      As more nodes are connected to the ARPA network, the types of
      graphical display processors available to users is quite varied.
      To attempt to facilitate the transmission of graphical information
      over the network, a device independent description of a display is
      described.

   176     Bhushan      Jun 71      Comments on Byte Size for
                                    Connections

      This document points out three views on the use of byte size for
      network connections: 1) Byte size should not be used at all. 2)
      Byte size is solely for the convenience of NCP's. 3) Byte size
      choice is a user-level prerogative.

   175     Harslem      Jun 71      Comments on "Socket Conventions
                                    Reconsidered"

      Pro and con discussion regarding RFC 167.

   174     Postel       Jun 71      UCLA-Computer Science Graphics
                                    Overview

      This document provides an overview of the hardware, software, and
      intentions of the UCLA Computer Science Department's Graphics
      project.

   173     Karp         Jun 71      Network Data Management Committeee
                                    Meeting Announcement

      A report on the formation of a data managment committee and on its
      first meeting.

   172     Bhushan      Jun 71      The File Transfer Protocol

      This protocol is a user-level protocol for file transfer between
      host computers (including terminal IMPs), on the ARPA computer
      network.  The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) uses the data transfer
      protocol described in RFC 171.  This paper assumes knowledge of
      RFC 171.

   171     Bhushan      Jun 71      The Data Transfer Protocol

      Definition of a low-level Data Transfer Protocol (DTP) to be used
      for transfer of data in file transfer, remote job entry, and other
      applications oriented protocols.  A companion paper (RFC 172)
      describes file transfer protocol.

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   170     NIC          Jun 71      RFC List by Number

      A list of RFCs 1-170.

   168     North        May 71      ARPA Network Mailing Lists

      Distribution list for RFCs.

   167     Bhushan      May 71      Socket Conventions Reconsidered

      The recent NCP Protocol said nothing about how hosts should assign
      socket numbers to process ports, except that the low-order bit is
      to specify socket gender.  This document discusses two recent
      proposals that call for additional network-wide conventions on the
      32-bit socket number.

   166     Anderson     May 71      Data Reconfiguration Service - An
                                    Implementation Specification

      This DRS experiment involved a software mechanism to reformat
      Network data streams.  The mechanism can be adapted to numerous
      Network application programs.

   165     Postel       May 71      A Proferred Official Initial
                                    Connection Protocol

      This document specifies the third level protocol used to connect a
      user process at one site with a server process at another site.

   164     Heafner      May 71      Minutes of Network Working Group
                                    Meeting

      A 38 page reference on the discussions held at the Network Working
      Group Meeting.

   163     Cerf         May 71      Data Transfer Protocols

      An informal statement on Data Transfer Protocols, in relation to
      material discussed at the SJCC.

   162     Kampe        May 71      NETBUGGER3

      Discussion of NETBUGGER3 as a third level program for the
      debugging of second and third level programs, experimentation with
      and simulation of third level protocols.

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   161     Shoshani     May 71      A Solution to the Race Condition in
                                    the ICP

      A proposed solution to a problem that arose out of RFC 143.

   160     NIC          May 71      RFC Brief List

      Title or Partial Title RFC List (1-160)

   159     Never Issued.

   158     O'Sullivan   May 71      Proposed Telnet Protocol

      Solicitation of comments, evaluation, and requests for
      modification of the proposed Telnet protocol.

   157     Cerf         May 71      Invitation to the Second Symposium
                                    on Problems in the Optimization of
                                    Data Communication Systems

      Announcement of an ACM/IEEE conference on data communication.

   156     Bouknight    Apr 71      Status of the Illinois Site
                                    (Response to RFC 116)

      Discusses the status of the operational hardware at the Illinois
      site.

   155     NIC          May 71      List to Receive RFCs

      Mailing list of people who are receiving the initial distribution
      of RFCs.

   154     Crocker      May 71      Exposition Style

      A note on style in documentation.

   153     Melvin       May 71      SRI ARC-NIC Status

      Discusses the current computer and network status of the SRI
      ARC-NIC.

   152     Wilber       May 71      SRI Artificial Intelligence Status
                                    Report

      Status report on SRAI's connection to the ARPANET as a research
      center.

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   151     Shoshani     May 71      Comments on a Proferred Official ICP
                                    (RFCs 123,127)

      Specific and general remarks regarding the ICP.

   150     Kalin        May 71      The Use of IPC Facilities

      A working paper discussing the exposition of the types of usage to
      which an IPC facility would be subjected.  This document hopes to
      clarify the goals being pursued and should provide a benchmark for
      gauging various implementation strategies.

   149     Crocker      May 71      The Best Laid Plans...

      Changes to the topics and attendees of the upcoming NWG meeting.

   148     Bhushan      May 71      Comments on RFC 123

      Regarding the byte size requirements for the initial connection.

   147     Winett       May 71      The Definition of a Socket

      Defining, specifying, and identifying sockets.

   146     Karp         May 71      Views on Issues Relevant to Data
                                    Sharing on Computer Networks

      Concurrence with the views presented in RFC 140.

   145     Postel       May 71      Initial Connection Protocol Control
                                    Commands

      An interpretation of the exchange between NCP's which would be
      necessary to carry out the Initial Connection Protocol (ICP) of
      RFC 123.

   144     Shoshani     Apr 71      Data Sharing on Computer Networks

      An introductory paper for the upcoming NWG meeting in Atlantic
      City.

   143     Naylor       May 71      Regarding Proferred Official ICP

      Comments on a race condition discovered in the ICP as proposed in
      RFC 123.

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   142     Kline        May 71      Time-out Mechanism in the Host-Host
                                    Protocol

      Discussion on potential situations that can occur when sending a
      message to a foreign site.

   141     Harslem      Apr 71      Comments on RFC 114 (A File Transfer
                                    Protocol)

      Further discussion on the File Transfer Protocol.

   140     Crocker      May 71      Agenda for the May NWG Meeting

      A list of topics to be discussed at the upcoming meeting, plus a
      listing of relevant RFCs that should be reviewed prior to the
      meeting.

   139     O'Sullivan   May 71      Discussion of Telnet Protocol

      An extension of RFC 137.

   138     Anderson     Apr 71      Status Report on Proposed Data
                                    Reconfiguration Service

      Provides a description of a proposed Network experiment and to
      solicit comments on any aspect of the experiment.

   137     O'Sullivan   Apr 71      Telnet Protocol - A Proposed
                                    Document

      Solicitation for review and comment before the Atlantic City NWG
      meetings.

   136     Kahn         Apr 71      Host Accounting and Administrative
                                    Procedures

      Discussion of a plan to be formulated and accepted for the
      development of a Host accounting system in the ARPA Network.

   135     Hathaway     Apr 71      Response to RFC 110

      Comments and proposals of new conventions to replace the ones
      proposed in RFC 110.

   134     Vezza        Apr 71      Network Graphics Meeting

      Announcement of the next Network Graphics Meeting at Project MAC
      in July 1971.

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   133     Sundberg     Apr 71      File Transfer and Error Recovery

      Sample interchanges and comments on file transfer and errors.

   132     White        Apr 71      Typographical Error in RFC 107

      Points out an error in RFC 107.

   131     Harslem      Apr 71      Response to RFC 116 (May NWG
                                    Meeting)

      A description of networr plans at RAND, including the data
      reconfiguration service, and a comment on the role of the NWG.

   130     Heafner      Apr 71      Response to RFC 111 (Pressure from
                                    the Chairman)

      Discussion of RAND's role in testing other host implementations
      and schedule dependences.

   129     Harslem      Apr 71      A Request for Comments on Socket
                                    Name Structure

      Comments on several suggested socket name structures.

   128     Postel       Apr 71      Bytes

      Discussion of the Byte size parameter allowed by the 2nd level
      protocol.

   127     Postel       Apr 71      Comments on RFC 123

      Continued interpretations of the exchange between NCP's which
      would be necessary to carry out the Initial Connection Protocol of
      RFC 123.

   126     McConnell    Apr 71      Ames Graphics Facilities at Ames
                                    Research Center

      Discusses the graphical facilities at Ames for the IBM 360/67 TSS.

   125     McConnell    Apr 71      Response to RFC 86, Proposal for
                                    Network Standard Format for a
                                    Graphics Data Stream

      Improves and updates RFC 86.

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   124     Melvin       Apr 71      Typographical Error in RFC 107

      Points out an error in RFC 107.

   123     Crocker      Apr 71      A Proferred Official ICP

      Description of a family of ICPs (Initial Connection Protocol)
      suitable for establishing one pair of connections (one in each
      direction) between any user process and any server process, and
      proposes a particular subset of this family as the standard ICP
      for connecting user processes to loggers on systems which accept
      teletype-like devices.

   122     White        Apr 71      Network Specifications for UCSB's
                                    Simple-Minded File System

      UCSB's Simple Minded File System (SMFS) which will provide file
      storage for network users.  This document provides programmers
      with the information necessary to communicate with SMFS.

   121     Krilanovich  Apr 71      Network On-Line Operators

      Descriptions of operators that have been implemented within UCSB's
      On-Line System and make the network (via NCP) accessible to
      On-Line system users.

   120     Krilanovich  Apr 71      Network PL1 Subprograms

      Descriptions of subroutines that have been implemented at UCSB and
      make the network (via NCP) accessible to PL1 programs executing in
      the IBM 360/75.

   119     Krilanovich  Apr 71      Network FORTRAN Subprograms

      Descriptions of a set of assembly-language subprograms, their
      functions and calling sequences.

   118     Watson       Apr 71      Information Required for Each
                                    Service Available to the Network

      Cites two classes of information which each site needs to provide
      for every service or process it makes available over the ARPA
      network.

   117     Wong         Apr 71      Some Comments on the Official
                                    Protocol

      Cites weaknesses in RFC 107, and provides suggestions for
      correction and handling.

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   116     Crocker      Apr 71      Structure of the May NWG Meeting

      Proposed meeting agenda centering around discussions of advertised
      topics, with published status reports and position papers.

   115     Watson       Apr 71      Some Network Information Center
                                    Policies on Handling Documents

      Discusses current document policies between the Network
      Information Center and sites on the network.

   114     Bhushan      Apr 71      A File Transfer Protocol

      Proposed file transfer mechanisms that have been developed for
      immediate implementation on hosts at MIT.

   113     Harlsem      Apr 71      Network Activity Report: UCSB and
                                    RAND

      Report on the network use and validity between UCSB's RJE and RJOR
      systems and RAND.

   112     O'Sullivan   Apr 71      User/Server Site Protocol Network
                                    HOST Questionnaire

      A summary of the responses to the referenced questionnaire.

   111     Crocker      Mar 71      Pressure from the Chairman

      Proposed scheduling for the implementation of NCPs and Telnets.

   110     Winett       Mar 71      Conventions for Using an IBM 2741
                                    Terminal as a User Console for
                                    Access to Network Server Hosts

      Telnet implementation and the 2741.

   109     Winett       Mar 71      Level III Server Protocol for the
                                    Lincoln Laboratory 360/67 Host

      Telnet implementation and the 360/67.

   108     Watson       Mar 71      Attendance List at the Urbana NWG
                                    Meeting, 17-19 February 1971

      Lists attendees at the NWG meeting held February 1971.

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   107     Bressler     Mar 71      Output of the Host-Host Protocol
                                    Glitch Cleaning Committee

      The second meeting of the Host-Host Protocol Glitch Cleaning
      committee.

   106     O'Sullivan   Mar 71      USER/SERVER Site Protocol Network
                                    Host Questionnaire

      An attempt to gather information for creating the Telnet Protocol.

   105     White        Mar 71      Network Specification for Remote Job
                                    Entry and Remote Job Output
                                    Retrieval at UCSB

      Describes the remote job entry service at UCSB.

   104     Postel       Feb 71      Link 191

      General agreement to reserve a link for use in measurements.
      Therefore, Link 191 will be assigned for measurement use.

   103     Kalin        Feb 71      Implementation of Interrupt Keys

      This paper discusses the problems and solutions that are simple to
      implement in the current protocol specifications that contain
      serious logical errors in the interrupt functions.

   102     Crocker      Feb 71      Output of the HOST/HOST Protocol
                                    Glitch Cleaning Committee

      Numerous topics were discussed.

   101     Watson       Feb 71      Notes on the Network Working Group
                                    Meeting

      Transcript of the Network Working Group Meeting, February 1970.

   100     Karp         Feb 71      Categorization and Guide to NWG/RFCs

      Categorizes, identifies, and summarizes RFCS 1-100.

   099     Karp         Feb 71      Network Meeting

      Announcement of the next meeting of the Network Working Group for
      20 May 1970.

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   098     Meyer        Feb 71      Logger Protocol Proposal

      This "network logger protocol" is intended to specify how the
      existing logger of a network host is to interface to the network
      so as to permit a login from a console attached to another host.

   097     Melvin       Feb 71      A First Cut at a Proposed Telnet
                                    Protocol

      This document was motivated by the need to set specifications for
      a protocol which would allow on-line access to the Network
      Information Center (NIC).

   096     Watson       Feb 71      An Interactive Network Experiment to
                                    Study Modes of Access to the Network
                                    Information Center

      Outlines the framework for a simple interactive experiment to
      study modes of access to the Network Information Center (NIC).

   095     Crocker      Feb 71      Distribution of NWG/RFC's Through
                                    the NIC

      Standards for establishing lines of communication of all of the
      sites with the Network Information Center, in regards to
      distribution of RFC's.

   094     Harslem      Feb 71      Some Thoughts on Network Graphics

      Discussion of the initial reaction to RFC 86, whose purpose was to
      provide a basis for discussion and development of Network
      graphics.

   093     McKenzie     Jan 71      Initial Connection Protocol

      A review of the Initial Connection Protocol (ICP), first described
      in RFC 66 and restated in RFC 80.

   092     Never Issued.

   091     Mealy        Dec 70      A Proposed User-User Protocol

      Discussion of UCLA's Campus Computing Network of services and
      implementation priorities.

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   090     Braden       Jan 71      CCN as a Network Service Center

      Discussion of UCLA's Campus Computing Network of services and
      implementation priorities.

   089     Metcalfe     Jan 71      Some Historic Moments in Networking

      Noteworthy achievements for the MIT-Project MAC Dynamic
      Modeling/Computer Graphics PDP-6/10 System, while awaiting the
      completion of an interim network control program.

   088     Braden       Jan 71      NETRJS - A Third Level Protocol for
                                    Remote Job Entry

      Description of NETRJS, which is the name for a message protocol
      and a set of control conventions which will allow users at remote
      Hosts to access the RJS remote batch subsystem of UCLA/CCN.

   087     Vezza        Jan 71      Topic for Discussion at the Next
                                    Network Working Group Meeting

      Suggests Network Working Group discussion on topics germane to
      network graphics.

   086     Crocker      Jan 71      Proposal for a Network Standard
                                    Format for a Data Stream to Control
                                    Graphics Display

      Proposes specifying the form of an output stream for the case that
      the output portion of the console (which is attached to a computer
      at the user's site) is a typical refresh display with point,
      vector, and character drawing capability.

   085     Crocker      Dec 70      Network Working Group Meeting

      Announcement of regularly scheduled Network Working Group Meetings
      every three months.

   084     North        Dec 70      List of NWG/RFCs 1-80

      Lists RFCs 1-80.

   083     Anderson     Dec 70      Language-Machine for Data
                                    Reconfiguration

      Describes a syntax-driven interpreter that operates on a grammar
      which is an orderd set of replacement rules for the Form Machine.

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   082     Meyer        Dec 70      Network Meeting Notes

      A transcribed summary of the Fall 1970 network meeting notes.

   081     Bouknight    Dec 70      Request for Reference Information

      Request for documents in the subject areas of data communications
      and communications theory.

   080     Harslem      Dec 70      Protocol and Data Formats

      Proposes general solutions concerning Initial Connection
      Protocols, Pre-specificed Data Formats, and Adaptable Mechanisms.

   079     Meyer        Nov 70      Logger Protocol Error

   078     Harslem      Nov 70      NCP Status Report: UCSB/Rand

      Conducted an excercise between UCSB console to/from RAND console
      validation of the respective NCPs.

   077     Postel       Nov 70      Network Meeting Report

      Report on three Network Working Group meetings held during
      November 16, 17, and 18.

   076     Bouknight    Oct 70      Connection-by-Name: User-Oriented
                                    Protocol

      Suggests a user level interface to network protocol where all user
      protocol is handled symbolically with system procedures making the
      translation into host-to-host protocol.  Proposes general
      solutions.

   075     Crocker      Oct 70      Network Meeting

      Announcement of the next scheduled meeting of the Network Working
      Group for 16 Nov 70.

   074     White        Oct 70      Specifications for Network Use of
                                    the UCSB On-Line System

      Announcement of UCSB's On-Line System (OLS) availability to ARPA
      Network users.

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   073     Crocker      Sep 70      Response to RFC 67

      General agreement with proposed policy.

   072     Bressler     Sep 70      Proposed Moratorium on Changes to
                                    Network Protocol

      Cites critical changes that could occur in hardware/software
      development efforts and advanced debugging if changes in the
      Network Protocol aren't kept in check.

   071     Schipper     Sep 70      Reallocation in Case of Input Error

      Discussion of how to resynchronize flow control using a proposed
      protocol for the CCN-Host at UCLA.

   070     Crocker      Oct 70      A Note on Padding

      Discussion of padding on a message.

   069     Bhushan      Sep 70      Distribution List Change for MIT.

      Announcement of name change.

   068     Elie         Aug 70      Comments on Memory Allocation
                                    Control Commands (CEASE, ALL, GVB,
                                    RET) and RFNM

      Provides a scheme for buffer allocation.

   067     Crowther     Undated     Proposed Change to Host/IMP Spec to
                                    Eliminate Marking

      Proposed change to eliminate marking, per Walden's comments.

   066     Crocker      Aug 70      3rd Level Ideas and Other Noise

      Meeting notes from 12 Aug 70 between Crocker and representatives
      from BBN and MIT regarding the third level protocol.

   065     Walden       Aug 70      Comments on Host-Host Protocol
                                    Document Number 1 (Crocker,
                                    3 August 70)

      Critique and suggestions for improvement of the Host-Host Protocol
      document.

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   064     Elie         Undated     Getting Rid of Marking

      Suggests simple modifications and solutions to the IMP-HOST
      interface which would be a better solution than marking.

   063     Cerf         Jul 70      Belated Network Meeting Report

      Network meeting report of the Network Working Group from 8 May 70.

   062     Walden       Aug 70      A System for Interprocess
                                    Communication in a Resource Sharing
                                    Computer Network

      Supercedes RFC 61.

   061     Walden       Jul 70      A Note on Interprocess Communication
                                    in a Resource Sharing Computer
                                    Network

      A draft request for comments of a resource sharing study that may
      be of general interest to network participants.

   060     Kalin        Jul 70      A Simplified NCP Protocol

      Definition of a new NCP Protocol that is simple enough to be
      implemented on a very small computer, yet can be extended for
      efficient operation on large timesharing machines.

   059     Meyer        Jun 70      Flow Control-Fixed Versus Demand
                                    Allocation

      Discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of the method of
      flow control as described in RFC 54.

   058     Skinner      Jun 70      Logical Message Synchronization

      A discussion on a question raised at the last network meeting
      regarding the question of logical and physical message
      distinctions.

   057     Kraley       Jun 70      Thoughts and Reflections on RFC 54

   056     Belove       Jun 70      Third Level Protocol

      All explanations in this RFC are meant to describe functional
      characteristics rather than design.

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   055     Newkirk      Jun 70      A Prototypical Implementation of the
                                    NCP

      A prototypical specification in a prose format of what the NCP
      could look like.

   054     Crocker      Jun 70      An Official Protocol Proffering

      Submission of the Official Protocol for comments and suggestions.

   053     Crocker      Jun 70      An Official Protocol Mechanism

      Group discussion on rules for establishing and modifying an
      official Host-Host protocol.

   052     Postel       Jul 70      Updated Distribution List

      Mailing list for distributing the RFCs.

   051     Elie         May 70      Proposal for a Network Interchange
                                    Language

      A proposal to specify a high level programming language for
      computer networks, specifically the ARPA network.

   050     Harslem      Apr 70      Comments on the Meyer Proposal

      General acceptance on RFC 46, plus comments on the seven issues
      raised in RFC 47.

   049     Meyer        Apr 70      Conversations with Steve Crocker
                                    (UCLA)

      Discussion of telephone conversations relating to the Network
      Protocol, specifically regarding Meyer's proposal in RFC 46.

   048     Postel       Apr 70      A Possible Protocol Plateau

      Reporting activities since the Network meeting of 17 March 1970.

   047     Postel       Apr 70      BBN's Comments on RFC 33

      Comments from BBN regarding RFC 33 (New HOST-HOST Protocol).

   046     Meyer        Apr 70      ARPA Network Protocol Notes

      Comments and suggestions from the NWG at Project MAC, based upon
      the protocol outlined in RFCs 33,36.

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   045     Postel       Apr 70      New Protocol is Coming

      Announcement of a new version of the Network Protocol.

   044     Shoshani     Apr 70      Comments on RFCs 33,36

      General discussion and suggestions for refinements to the
      HOST-HOST Protocol.

   043     Nemeth       Mar 70      Proposed Meeting

      An announcement of a meeting to discuss the Local Interaction
      Language system.

   042     Ancona       Mar 70      Message Data Types

      A proposal that the first eight bits of a normal message be
      reserved for a message data type.

   041     Melvin       Mar 70      IMP/IMP Teletype Communication

      Comments that transmitting IMP sites should use 24 hour time and
      include the time zone designation.

   040     Harslem      Mar 70      More Comments on the Forthcoming
                                    Protocol

      Further elaborations on the errors, queries, and Host status that
      were mentioned in RFC 39.

   039     Harslem      Mar 70      Comments on Network Protocol
                                    (RFC 36)

      More suggestions to be considered as additions to RFC 36 - Network
      Protocol.

   038     Wolfe        Mar 70      Comments on Network Protocol
                                    (RFC 36)

      Continued discussion on the proposed Network Protocol.

   037     Crocker      Mar 70      Network Meeting Epilogues, etc.

      Network Meeting notes from 17 March 1970.

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   036     Crocker      Mar 70      Protocol Notes

      A three part overview of the Network Protocol.

   035     Crocker      Mar 70      Network Meeting

      Announcement of a network meeting: date, time, place, and proposed
      agenda.

   034     English      Feb 70      Some Brief Preliminary Notes on the
                                    ARC Clock

      Describes the ARC Clock system.

   033     Crocker      Feb 70      New Host-Host Protocol

      Revises RFC 11, and indicates numerous changes in the old
      protocol.

   032     Cole         Feb 70      Some Thoughts on SRI's Proposed Real
                                    Time Clock

      References and comments on RFCs 28,29.

   031     Bobrow       Feb 68      Binary Message Forms in Computer
                                    Networks

      Suggest alternative approaches and methods for describing
      messages.

   030     Crocker      Feb 70      Documentation Conventions

      Revises the definition of style, content, form, and distribution
      of the Network Working Group's notes.  Replaces RFCs 10,16,24,27.

   029     Kahn         Jan 70      Note in Response to Bill English's
                                    Request for Comments

      Comments in response to English's question which was raised in
      RFC 28.

   028     English      Jan 70      Time Standards

      Request for comments relative to Network time standards.

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   027     Crocker      Dec 69      Documentation Conventions

      Revises the definition of style, content, form, and distribution
      of the Network Working Group's notes.  Replaces RFCs 10,16,24.

   026     Never Issued.

   025     Crocker      Oct 69      No High Link Numbers

      Suggests that no link number over 63 be used.

   024     Crocker      Nov 69      Documentation Conventions

      Revises the definition of style, content, form, and distribution
      of the Network Working Group's notes.  Replaces RFCs 10,16.

   023     Gregg        Oct 69      Transmission of Multiple Control
                                    Messages

      Discusses how a network program at a site should be prepared to
      send or receive more than one control message in a single control
      communication.

   022     Cerf         Oct 69      Host-Host Control Message Formats

      Reports on a new control message format which does not use the
      7-bit ASCII character mode of transmission.

   021     Cerf         Oct 69      Report on Network Meeting

      Attendance list and topics discussed.

   020     Cerf         Oct 69      ASCII Format for Network Interchange

      Discusses the use of standard 7-bit ASCII embedded in an 8-bit
      byte whose high order bit is always 1.

   019     Kreznar      Oct 69      Two Protocol Suggestions to Reduce
                                    Congestion at Swap-Bound Nodes

      Suggests alternatives in reducing congestion at swap-bound nodes.

   018     Cerf         Sep 69      Comments Re: Host-Host control link

      Suggestions regarding the Host-Host control link.

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   017a    Kahn         Aug 69      Some Comments Re: HOST-IMP Protocol

      Comments in response to Kreznar's questions which were raised in
      RFC 17.

   017     Kreznar      Aug 69      Some Questions Re: HOST-IMP Protocol

      Queries and opinions regarding the HOST-IMP Protocol.

   016     Crocker      Aug 69      M.I.T.

      Announcement that MIT is now to receive all Network Working Group
      memos.

   015     Carr         Sep 69      Network Subsystem for Time Sharing
                                    Hosts

      Proposes a subsystem called "Telnet", which would be a shell
      program around the network system primitives, allowing a teletype
      or similar terminal at a remote host to function as a teletype at
      the serving host.

   014     Never Issued.

   013     Cerf         Aug 69      Referring to RFC 11

      Proposes a zero text length EOF (End-Of-File) message.

   012     Wingfield    Aug 69      IMP-HOST Interface Flow Diagrams

      Flow diagrams that indicate the logical sequence of hardware
      operations which occur within the IMP-HOST interface.

   011     Deloche      Aug 69      Implementation of the Host-Host
                                    Software Procedures in GORDO

      Discussion of Host-Host Procedures and GORDO as a time-sharing
      system that was implemented on a SDS Sigma 7.

   010     Crocker      Jul 69      Documentation Conventions

      Revises the definition of style, content, form, and distribution
      of the Network Working Group's notes.  Replaces RFC 3.

   009     Deloche      May 69      Host Software

      Discusses the Host-Host Protocol, Network Service Calls, and Data
      Structures.

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   008     Deloche      May 69      ARPA Network Functional
                                    Specifications

      Discusses transmission features, functional software
      specifications, and the Link establishment procedure.

   007     Deloche      May 69      HOST-IMP Interface

      Discusses Host-IMP interface issues.

   006     Crocker      Apr 69      Conversation with Bob Kahn

      Conversations regarding code conversion in the IMP's, IMP-HOST
      communication, and HOST software.

   005     Rulifson     Jun 69      DEL

      Details the machine independent language DEL (Decode-Encode
      Language).

   004     Shapiro      Mar 69      Network Timetable

      Discusses installation, configuration, network checkout, and test
      messages run between SRI and UCLA.

   003     Crocker      Apr 69      Documentation Conventions

      Establishes a definition of style, content, form, and distribution
      of the Network Working Group's notes (Obsoleted by RFC 10).

   002     Duvall       Apr 69      Links

      Discusses various types of Links, including Control, Primary, and
      Auxilliary Links.

   001     Crocker      Apr 69      Host Software

      Discusses the Host software and initial experiments on the ARPA
      Network.

 

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