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Административные вопросы

RFC о выделенных номерах (Assigned Numbers RFCs)

Официальные стандарты IAB и другие списки протоколов (Official IAB Standards and Other Lists of Protocols)

Отчеты о заседаниях рабочих групп (Meeting Notes and Minutes)

  • 1152 - Workshop report: Internet research steering group workshop on very-high-speed networks
  • 1077 - Critical issues in high bandwidth networking
  • 1019 - Report of the Workshop on Environments for Computational Mathematics
  • 1017 - Network requirements for scientific research: Internet task force on scientific computing
  • 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, 82, 77, 66, 63, 37, 102 - Network Working Group Meeting

Oбъявления (Announcements and Group Overviews)

  • 1120 - Internet Activities Board
  • 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
  • 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, 99, 87, 85, 75, 43, 35 - 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
  • 48 - A Possible Protocol Plateau
  • 46 - ARPA Network Protocol Notes

Списки распространения информации (Distribution List)

Официальные вопросы (Policies)

  • 1124 - Policy issues in interconnecting networks
  • 1087 - Ethics and the Internet
  • 1052 - IAB recommendations for the development of Internet network management standards
  • 1039 - DoD statement on Open System Interconnection protocols
  • 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
  • 53 - An Official Protocol Mechanism

Документы о RFC (Request for Comments Administrative)

  • 1150 - F.Y.I. on F.Y.I.: Introduction to the F.Y.I. notes
  • 1111 - Request for comments on Request for Comments: Introductions to RFC authors
  • 1000 - Request For Comments reference guide
  • 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, 84 - RFC Index

Библиография (Bibliographies)

  • 1012 - Bibliography of Request For Comments 1 through 999
  • 829 - Packet Satellite Technology Reference Sources
  • 290 - Computer Network and Data Sharing: A Bibliography
  • 243 - Network and Data Sharing Bibliography

Разное (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
  • 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
  • 95 - Distribution of NWG/RFC’s Through the NIC
  • 16 - MIT

Основные требования

Требования к узлам (Host requirements)

  • 1127 - Perspective on the Host Requirements RFCs
  • 1123 - Requirements for Internet hosts - application and support
  • 1122 - Requirements for Internet hosts - communication layers

Требования к шлюзам (Gateway requirements)

  • 1009 - Requirements for Internet gateways

Уровень интерфейса с сетью

Отображение адресов, ARP, RARP (Address Binding)

  • 1027 - Using ARP to implement transparent subnet gateways

Межсетевой протокол IP в различных сетях (Internet Protocol over another network)

  • 1149 - Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams on avian carriers
  • 1103 - Proposed standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over FDDI Networks
  • 1088 - Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over NetBIOS networks
  • 1055 - Nonstandard for transmission of IP datagrams over serial lines: SLIP
  • 1051 - Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams and ARP packets over ARCNET networks
  • 1044 - Internet Protocol on Network System’s HYPERchannel: Protocol specification
  • 1042 - Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over IEEE 802 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

Межсетевой уровень

Межсетевой протокол IP (Internet Protocol)

  • 1154 - Encoding header field for internet messages
  • 1141 - Incremental updating of the Internet checksum
  • 1071 - Computing the Internet checksum
  • 1063 - IP MTU discovery options
  • 1025 - TCP and IP bake off
  • 815 - IP Datagram Reassembly Algorithms
  • 791, 760 - Internet Protocol (IP)
  • 781 - A Specification of the Internet Protocol IP Timestamp Option

Межсетевой протокол управляющих сообщений ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol)

  • 1018 - Some comments on SQuID
  • 1016 - Something a host could do with source quench: The Source Quench Introduced Delay (SQuID)
  • 792, 777 - Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

Межсетевой протокол групповых передач IGMP (Internet Group Multicast Protocol)

  • 1112, 1054 - Host extentions for IP multicasting

Маршрутизация и шлюзовые протоколы GGP, RIP, OSPF (Routing and Gateway Protocols)

  • 1136 - Administrative Domains and Routing Domains: A model for routing in the Internet
  • 1133 - Routing between the NSFNET and the DDN
  • 1131 - OSPF specification
  • 1126 - Goals and functional requirements for inter-autonomous system routing
  • 1125 - Policy requirements for inter Administrative Domain routing
  • 1105 - Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
  • 1104 - Models of policy based routing
  • 1102 - Policy routing in Internet protocols
  • 1093 - NSFNET routing architecture
  • 1092 - EGP and policy based routing in the new NSFNET backbone
  • 1075 - Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
  • 1074 - NSFNET backbone SPF based Interior Gateway Protocol
  • 1058 - Routing Information Protocol
  • 1046 - Queuing algorithm to provide type-of-service for IP links
  • 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

Разное (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

Транспортный уровень

Протокол пользовательских датаграмм UDP (User Datagram Protocol)

  • 768 - User Datagram Protocol

Протокол управления передачей TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)

  • 1146, 1145 - TCP alternate checksum options
  • 1144 - Compressing TCP/IP headers for low-speed serial links
  • 1110 - Problem with the TCP big window option
  • 1106 - TCP big window and NAK options
  • 1078 - TCP port service Multiplexer (TCPMUX)
  • 1072 - TCP extensions for long-delay paths
  • 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

Протоколы для двухточечных каналов (Point-To-Point Protocols)

  • 1134 - Point-to-Point Protocol: A proposal for multi-protocol transmission of datagrams over Point-to-Point links
  • 1055 - Nonstandard for transmission of IP datagrams over serial lines: SLIP

Протоколы надежной доставки датаграмм RDP, VMTP (Reliable Datagram Protocols)

  • 1151 - Version 2 of the Reliable Data Protocol (RDP)
  • 1045 - VMTP: Versatile Message Transaction Protocol: Protocol specification

Транзакции и распределенные операционные системы (Transaction Protocols and Distributed Operating Systems)

  • 955 - Towards a Transport Service for Transaction Processing Applications
  • 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
  • 76 - Connection-by-Name: User-Oriented Protocol
  • 62 - A System for Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network
  • 61 - A Note on Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network
  • 51 - Proposal for a Network Interchange Language
  • 31 - Binary Message Forms in Computer Networks
  • 5 - DEL
  • 1 - Host Software

Разное (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

Прикладной уровень

Протокол сетевого терминала TELNET (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
  • 103 - Implementation of Interrupt Keys
  • 97 - A First Cut at a Proposed Telnet Protocol
  • 91 - A Proposed User-User Protocol
  • 15 - Network Subsystem for Time Sharing Hosts

Опции Telnet (Telnet Options)

  • 1143 - Q method of implementing Telnet option negotiation
  • 1116 - Telnet Linemode option
  • 1097 - Telnet subliminal-message option
  • 1096 - Telnet X display location option
  • 1091 - Telnet terminal-type option
  • 1080 - Telnet remote flow control option
  • 1079 - Telnet terminal speed option
  • 1073 - Telnet window size option
  • 1053 - Telnet X.3 PAD option
  • 1043 - Telnet Data Entry Terminal option: DODIIS implementation
  • 1041 - Telnet 3270 regime option
  • 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
  • 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

Протоколы передачи и доступа к файлам (FTP, TFTP, SFTP, NFS) (File Transfer and Access Protocols)

  • 1094 - NFS: Network File System Protocol specification
  • 1068 - Background File Transfer Program (BFTP)
  • 1037 - NFILE - a file access protocol
  • 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
  • 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

Справочная служба имен (Domain Name System)

  • 1101 - DNS encoding of network names and other types
  • 1035 - Domain names - implementation and specification
  • 1034 - Domain names - concepts and facilities
  • 1033 - Domain administrators operations guide
  • 1032 - Domain administrators guide
  • 1031 - MILNET name domain transition
  • 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

Почтовая служба и система передачи сообщений (SMTP) (Mail and Message Systems)

  • 1153 - Digest message format
  • 1148, 1138 - Mapping between X.400(1988)/ISO 10021 and RFC 822
  • 1137 - Mapping between full RFC 822 and RFC 822 with restricted encoding
  • 1090 - SMTP on X.25
  • 1082 - Post Office Protocol - version 3: Extended service offerings
  • 1081 - Post Office Protocol - version 3
  • 1064 - Interactive Mail Access Protocol: Version 2
  • 1056 - PCMAIL: A distributed mail system for personal computers
  • 1049 - Content-type header field for Internet messages
  • 1047 - Duplicate messages and SMTP
  • 1026 - Addendum to RFC 987: (Mapping between X.400 and RFC-822)
  • 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
  • 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

Факсимиле (Facsimile)

  • 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

Графические и многооконные системы (Graphics and Window Systems)

  • 1013 - X Window System Protocol, version 11: Alpha update April 1987
  • 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, 86 - Proposal for a Network Standard Format for a Data Stream to Control Graphics Display
  • 94 - Some Thoughts on Network Graphics

Управление данными (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
  • 83 - Language-Machine for Data Reconfiguration

Удаленный ввод заданий (NETRJE, NETRJS) (Remote Job Entry)

  • 740, 599, 589, 325, 189, 88 - 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
  • 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

Удаленный вызов процедур (RPC) (Remote Procedure Call)

  • 1057 - RPC: Remote Procedure Call Protocol specification version 2
  • 1050 - RPC: Remote Procedure Call Protocol specification

Дата и время (NTP) (Time And Date)

  • 1129 - Internet time synchronization: The Network Time Protocol
  • 1128 - Measured performance of the Network Time Protocol in the Internet system
  • 1119 - Network Time Protocol (version 2) specification and implementation
  • 1059 - Network Time Protocol (version 1) specification and implementation
  • 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
  • 34 - Some Brief Preliminary Notes on the ARC Clock
  • 32 - Some Thoughts on SRI’s Proposed Real Time Clock
  • 28 - Time Standards

Представление данных (XDR) (Presentation and Representation)

  • 1014 - XDR: External Data Representation standard
  • 1003 - Issues in defining an equations representation standard

Управление в сетях (SNMP, CMOT, MIB) (Network Management)

  • 1109 - Report of the second Ad Hoc Network Management Review Group
  • 1095 - Common Management Information Services and Protocol over TCP/IP (CMOT)
  • 1089 - SNMP over Ethernet
  • 1076 - HEMS monitoring and control language
  • 1067 - Simple Network Management Protocol
  • 1156, 1066 - Management Information Base for network management of TCP/IP-based internets
  • 1155, 1065 - Structure and identification of management information for TCP/IP-based internets
  • 1028 - Simple Gateway Monitoring Protocol
  • 1024 - HEMS variable definitions
  • 1023 - HEMS monitoring and control language
  • 1022 - High-level Entity Management Protocol (HEMP)
  • 1021 - High-level Entity Management System (HEMS)

Служба каталогов (Directory Services)

  • 1107 - Plan for Internet directory services
  • 1157, 1098 - Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Протоколы начальной загрузки (BOOTP) (Bootstrap Protocols)

  • 1084, 1048 - BOOTP vendor information extensions

Разное (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
  • 451 - Tentative Proposal for a Unified User Level Protocol
  • 98, 79 - Logger Protocol
  • 29 - Note in Response to Bill English’s Request for Comments

Документация к программам

  • 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
  • 74 - Specifications for Network Use of the UCSB On-Line System

Особенности некоторых сетей

Сеть ARPANET

  • 1005, 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 73, 67 - Proposed Change to Host/IMP Spec to Eliminate Marking
  • 71 - Reallocation in Case of Input Error
  • 70 - A Note On Padding
  • 64 - Getting Rid of Marking
  • 41 - IMP/IMP Teletype Communication
  • 25 - No High Link Numbers
  • 19 - Two Protocol Suggestions to Reduce Congestion at Swap-Bound Nodes
  • 17a, 17 - Some Questions Re: HOST-IMP Protocol
  • 12 - IMP-HOST Interface Flow Diagrams
  • 7 - HOST-IMP Interface
  • 6 - Conversation with Bob Kahn

Протоколы сетевого доступа (Host Front End Protocols)

Протокол NCP сети ARPANET, предшественник TCP/IP (ARPANET NCP, obsolete predecessor of TCP/IP)

  • 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
  • 72 - Proposed Moratorium on Changes to Network Protocol
  • 68 - Comments on Memory Allocation Control Commands (CEASE, ALL, GVB, RET) and RFNM
  • 65 - Comments on Host-Host Protocol Document Number 1
  • 60 - A Simplified NCP Protocol
  • 59 - Flow Control-Fixed Versus Demand Allocation
  • 58 - Logical Message Synchronization
  • 57, 54 - An Official Protocol Proffering
  • 56 - Third Level Protocol
  • 55 - A Prototypical Implementation of the NCP
  • 50, 49, 48, 47, 46, 45, 44, 40, 39, 38, 36, 33 - New Host-Host Protocol
  • 42 - Message Data Types
  • 23 - Transmission of Multiple Control Messages
  • 22 - Host-Host Control Message Formats
  • 18 - Comments Re: Host-Host control link
  • 15 - Network Subsystem for Time Sharing Hosts
  • 11 - Implementation of the Host-Host Software Procedures in GORDO
  • 9, 1 - Host Software
  • 8 - ARPA Network Functional Specifications
  • 5 - DEL
  • 2 - Links

Протокол ICP сети ARPANET (ARPANET 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
  • 93 - Initial Connection Protocol
  • 80 - Protocol and Data Formats
  • 66 - 3rd Level Ideas and Other Noise

Сеть USENET

  • 1036 - Standard for interchange of USENET messages

Разное (Other)

  • 1132 - Standard for the transmission of 802.2 packets over IPX networks
  • 935 - Reliable Link Layer Protocols
  • 916 - Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol
  • 914 - Thinwire Protocol
  • 824 - The Cronus Virtual Local Network

Измерение

Общие вопросы (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

Обзоры (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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 96 - An Interactive Network Experiment to Study Modes of Access to the Network Information Center
  • 90 - CCN as a Network Service Center
  • 81 - Request for Reference Information
  • 78 - NCP Status Report: UCSB/Rand

Статистика (Statistics)


Безопасность и конфиденциальность

  • 1135 - Helminthiasis of the Internet
  • 1115 - Privacy enhancement for Internet electronic mail: Part III - algorithms, modes, and identifiers [Draft]
  • 1114 - Privacy enhancement for Internet electronic mail: Part II - certificate-based key management [Draft]
  • 1113 - Privacy enhancement for Internet electronic mail: Part I - message encipherment and authentication procedures [Draft]
  • 1040 - Privacy enhancement for Internet electronic mail: Part I: Message encipherment and authentication procedures
  • 1038 - Draft revised IP security option
  • 1004 - Distributed-protocol authentication scheme

Опыт в области сетей

  • 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
  • 89 - Some Historic Moments in Networking
  • 4 - Network Timetable

О документации


Стандарты организаций, не связанных с IAB

ANSI

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

CCITT

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

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

ISO

  • 1139 - Echo function for ISO 8473
  • 1008 - Implementation guide for the ISO Transport Protocol
  • 1007 - Military supplement to the ISO Transport Protocol
  • 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

Взаимодействие с протоколами, не входящими в семейство TCP/IP

Согласование протоколов и мосты (Protocol Translation And Bridges)

  • 1086 - ISO-TP0 bridge between TCP and X.25
  • 1029 - More fault tolerant approach to address resolution for a Multi-LAN system of Ethernets

Согласование уровней протоколов (Tunneling And Layering)

  • 1090 - SMTP on X.25
  • 1089 - SNMP over Ethernet
  • 1085 - ISO presentation services on top of TCP/IP based internets
  • 1070 - Use of the Internet as a subnetwork for experimentation with the OSI network layer
  • 1006 - ISO transport services on top of TCP: Version: 3
  • 1002 - Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP transport: Detailed specifications
  • 1001 - Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP transport: Concepts and methods

Отображение имен, адресов и идентификаторов (Mapping of Names, Addresses and Identifiers)

  • 1148, 1138 - Mapping between X.400(1988)/ISO 10021 and RFC 822
  • 1069 - Guidelines for the use of Internet-IP addresses in the ISO Connectionless-Mode Network Protocol
  • 1026 - Addendum to RFC 987: (Mapping between X.400 and RFC-822)
  • 987 - Mapping Between X.400 and RFC 822

Разное

  • 1121 - Act one - the poems
  • 1118 - Hitchhikers guide to the Internet
  • 1015 - Implementation plan for interagency research Internet

Неклассифицированные RFC

Старые документы (Never Issued)

  • 14, 26, 92, 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

Новые документы (Not yet Issued)

  • 1060, 1061, 1099, 1108, 1140, 1142, 1147
 
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