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0001

Host Software

0002

Host software

0003

Documentation conventions

0004

Network timetable

0005

Decode-Encode Language (DEL)

0006

Conversation with Bob Kahn

0007

Host-IMP interface

0008

ARPA Network Functional Specifications

0009

Host Software

0010

Documentation conventions

0011

Implementation of the Host – Host Software Procedures in GORDO

0012

IMP-Host interface flow diagrams

0013

Zero Text Length EOF Message

0014

Not Issued

0015

Network subsystem for time sharing hosts

0016

M.I.T S.

0017

Some questions re: Host-IMP Protocol

0018

IMP-IMP and HOST-HOST Control Links

0019

Two protocol suggestions to reduce congestion at swap bound nodes

0020

ASCII format for network interchange

0021

Network meeting

0022

Host-host control message formats

0023

Transmission of Multiple Control Messages

0024

Documentation Conventions

0025

No High Link Numbers

0026

Not Issued

0027

Documentation Conventions

0028

Time Standards

0029

Response to RFC 28

0030

Documentation Conventions

0031

Binary Message Forms in Computer

0032

Some Thoughts on SRI’s Proposed Real Time Clock

0033

New Host-Host Protocol

0034

Some Brief Preliminary Notes on the Augmentation Research Center Clock

0035

Network Meeting

0036

Protocol Notes

0037

Network Meeting Epilogue, etc

0038

Comments on Network Protocol from NWG/RFC #36

0039

Comments on Protocol Re: NWG/RFC #36

0040

More Comments on the Forthcoming Protocol

0041

IMP-IMP Teletype Communication

0042

Message Data Types

0043

Proposed Meeting

0044

Comments on NWG/RFC 33 and 36

0045

New Protocol is Coming

0046

ARPA Network protocol

0047

BBN’s Comments on NWG/RFC #33

0048

Possible protocol plateau

0049

Conversations with S. Crocker (UCLA)

0050

Comments on the Meyer Proposal

0051

Proposal for a Network Interchange Language

0052

Updated distribution list

0053

Official protocol mechanism

0054

Official Protocol Proffering

0055

Prototypical implementation of the NCP

0056

Third Level Protocol: Logger Protocol

0057

Thoughts and Reflections on NWG/RFC 54

0058

Logical Message Synchronization

0059

Flow Control – Fixed Versus Demand Allocation

0060

A Simplified NCP Protocol

0061

Note on Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network

0062

Systems for Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network

0063

Belated Network Meeting Report

0064

Getting rid of marking

0065

Comments on Host/Host Protocol document #1

0066

NIC – third level ideas and other noise

0067

Proposed Change to Host/IMP Spec to Eliminate Marking

0068

Comments on Memory Allocation Control Commands: CEASE, ALL, GVB, RET, and RFNM

0069

Distribution List Change for MIT

0070

Note on Padding

0071

Reallocation in Case of Input Error

0072

Proposed Moratorium on Changes to Network Protocol

0073

Response to NWG/RFC 67

0074

Specifications for Network Use of the UCSB On-Line System

0075

Network Meeting

0076

Connection by name: User oriented protocol

0077

Network meeting report

0078

NCP Status Report: UCSB/Rand

0079

Logger Protocol error

0080

Protocols and Data Formats

0081

Request for Reference Information

0082

Network Meeting Notes

0083

Language-machine for data reconfiguration

0084

List of NWG/RFC’s 1-80

0085

Network Working Group meeting

0086

Proposal for a Network Standard Format for a Data Stream to Control Graphics Display

0087

Topic for Discussion at the Next Network Working Group Meeting

0088

NETRJS: A third level protocol for Remote Job Entry

0089

Some historic moments in networking

0090

CCN as a Network Service Center

0091

Proposed User-User Protocol

0092

Not Issued

0093

Initial Connection Protocol

0094

Some thoughts on Network Graphics

0095

Distribution of NWG/RFC’s through the NIC

0096

An Interactive Network Experiment to Study Modes of Access the Network Information Center

0097

First Cut at a Proposed Telnet Protocol

0098

Logger Protocol Proposal

0099

Network Meeting

0100

Categorization and guide to NWG/RFCs

0101

Notes on the Network Working Group meeting, Urbana, Illinois, February 17, 1971

0102

Output of the Host-Host Protocol glitch cleaning committee

0103

Implementation of Interrupt Keys

0104

Link 191

0105

Network Specifications for Remote Job Entry and Remote Job Output Retrieval at UCSB

0106

User/Server Site Protocol Network Host Questionnaire

0107

Output of the Host-Host Protocol Glitch Cleaning Committee

0108

Attendance list at the Urbana NWG meeting, February 17-19, 1971

0109

Level III Server Protocol for the Lincoln Laboratory 360/67 Host

0110

Conventions for Using an IBM 2741 Terminal as a User Console for Access to Network Server Hosts

0111

Pressure from the Chairman

0112

User/Server Site Protocol: Network Host Questionnaire

0113

Network activity report: UCSB Rand

0114

File Transfer Protocol

0115

Some Network Information Center policies on handling documents

0116

Structure of the May NWG Meeting

0117

Some comments on the official protocol

0118

Recommendations for facility documentation

0119

Network Fortran Subprograms

0120

Network PL1 subprograms

0121

Network on-line operators

0122

Network specifications for UCSB’s Simple-Minded File System

0123

Proffered Official ICP

0124

Typographical error in RFC 107

0125

Response to RFC 86: Proposal for Network Standard Format for a Graphics Data Stream

0126

Graphics Facilities at Ames Research Center

0127

Comments on RFC 123

0128

Bytes J

0129

Request for comments on socket name structure

0130

Response to RFC 111: Pressure from the chairman

0131

Response to RFC 116: May NWG meeting

0132

Typographical Error in RFC 107

0133

File Transfer and Error Recovery

0134

Network Graphics meeting

0135

Response to NWG/RFC 110

0136

Host accounting and administrative procedures

0137

Telnet Protocol – a proposed document

0138

Status report on proposed Data Reconfiguration Service

0139

Discussion of Telnet Protocol

0140

Agenda for the May NWG meeting

0141

Comments on RFC 114: A File Transfer Protocol

0142

Time-Out Mechanism in the Host-Host Protocol

0143

Regarding proffered official ICP

0144

Data sharing on computer networks

0145

Initial Connection Protocol Control Commands

0146

Views on issues relevant to data sharing on computer networks

0147

Definition of a socket

0148

Comments on RFC 123

0149

Best Laid Plans

0150

Use of IPC Facilities: A Working Paper

0151

Comments on a proffered official ICP: RFCs 123, 127

0152

SRI Artificial Intelligence status report

0153

SRI ARC-NIC status

0154

Exposition Style

0155

ARPA Network mailing lists

0156

Status of the Illinois site: Response to RFC 116

0157

Invitation to the Second Symposium on Problems in the Optimization of Data Communications Systems

0158

Telnet Protocol: A Proposed Document

0159

Not Issued

0160

RFC brief list

0161

Solution to the race condition in the ICP

0162

NETBUGGER3

0163

Data transfer protocols

0164

Minutes of Network Working Group meeting, 5/16 through 5/19/71

0165

Proffered Official Initial Connection Protocol

0166

Data Reconfiguration Service: An implementation specification

0167

Socket conventions reconsidered

0168

ARPA Network mailing lists

0169

COMPUTER NETWORKS

0170

RFC List by Number

0171

The Data Transfer Protocol

0172

The File Transfer Protocol

0173

Network Data Management Committee Meeting Announcement

0174

UCLA – Computer Science Graphics Overview

0175

Comments on “Socket Conventions Reconsidered”

0176

Comments on “Byte size for connections”

0177

Device independent graphical display description

0178

Network graphic attention handling

0179

Link Number Assignments

0180

File system questionnaire

0181

Modifications to RFC 177

0182

Compilation of list of relevant site reports

0183

EBCDIC Codes and Their Mapping to ASCII

0184

Proposed graphic display modes

0185

NIC distribution of manuals and handbooks

0186

Network graphics loader

0187

Network/440 Protocol Concept

0188

Data management meeting announcement

0189

Interim NETRJS specifications

0190

DEC PDP-10-IMLAC communications system

0191

Graphics implementation and conceptualization at Augmentation Research Center

0192

Some factors which a Network Graphics Protocol must consider

0193

NETWORK CHECKOUT

0194

The Data Reconfiguration Service — Compiler/Interpreter Implementation Notes

0195

Data computers-data descriptions and access language

0196

Mail Box Protocol

0197

Initial Connection Protocol – Reviewed

0198

Site Certification – Lincoln Labs 360/67

0199

Suggestions for a Network Data-Tablet Graphics Protocol

0200

RFC list by number

0201

Not Issued

0202

Possible Deadlock in ICP

0203

Achieving reliable communication

0204

Sockets in use

0205

NETCRT – a character display protocol

0206

A User TELNET Description of an Initial Implementation

0207

September Network Working Group meeting

0208

Address tables

0209

Host/IMP interface documentation

0210

Improvement of Flow Control

0211

ARPA Network Mailing Lists

0212

NWG meeting on network usage

0213

IMP System change notification

0214

Network checkpoint

0215

NCP, ICP, and Telnet: The Terminal IMP implementation

0216

Telnet Access to UCSB’s On-Line System

0217

Specifications changes for OLS, RJE/RJOR, and SMFS

0218

Changing the IMP status reporting facility

0219

User’s View of the Datacomputer

0220

Not Issued

0221

Mail Box Protocol: Version 2

0222

Subject: System programmer’s workshop

0223

Network Information Center schedule for network users

0224

Comments on Mailbox Protocol

0225

Rand/UCSB network graphics experiment

0226

Standardization of host mnemonics

0227

Data transfer rates (Rand/UCLA)

0228

Clarification D.C.

0229

Standard host names

0230

Toward reliable operation of minicomputer-based terminals on a TIP

0231

Service center standards for remote usage: A user’s view

0232

Postponement of network graphics meeting

0233

Standardization of host call letters

0234

Network Working Group meeting schedule

0235

Site status

0236

Standard host names

0237

NIC view of standard host names

0238

Comments on DTP and FTP proposals

0239

Host mnemonics proposed in RFC 226 (NIC 7625)

0240

Site Status

0241

Connecting computers to MLC ports

0242

Data Descriptive Language for Shared Data

0243

Network and data sharing bibliography

0244

Not Issued

0245

Reservations for Network Group meeting

0246

Network Graphics meeting

0247

Proffered set of standard host names

0248

Not Issued

0249

Coordination of equipment and supplies purchase

0250

Some thoughts on file transfer

0251

Weather data

0252

Network host status

0253

Second Network Graphics meeting details

0254

Scenarios for using ARPANET computers

0255

Status of network hosts

0256

IMPSYS change notification

0257

Not Issued

0258

Not Issued

0259

Not Issued

0260

Not Issued

0261

Not Issued

0262

Not Issued

0263

“Very Distant” Host interface

0264

The Data Transfer Protocol

0265

The File Transfer Protocol

0266

Network host status

0267

Network Host Status

0268

Graphics facilities information

0269

Some Experience with File Transfer

0270

Correction to BBN Report No. 1822 (NIC NO 7958)

0271

IMP System change notifications

0272

Not Issued

0273

More on standard host names

0274

Establishing a local guide for network usage

0275

Not Issued

0276

NIC course

0277

Not Issued

0278

Revision of the Mail Box Protocol

0279

Not Issued

0280

A Draft of Host Names

0281

Suggested addition to File Transfer Protocol

0282

Graphics meeting report

0283

NETRJT: Remote Job Service Protocol for TIPS

0284

Not Issued

0285

Network graphics

0286

Network Library Information System

0287

Status of Network Hosts

0288

Network host status

0289

What we hope is an official list of host names

0290

Computer networks and data sharing: A bibliography

0291

Data Management Meeting Announcement

0292

Graphics Protocol: Level 0 only

0293

Network Host Status

0294

The Use of “Set Data Type” Transaction in File Transfer Protocol

0295

Report of the Protocol Workshop, 12 October 1971

0296

DS-1 Display System

0297

TIP Message Buffers

0298

Network host status

0299

Information Management System

0300

ARPA Network mailing lists

0301

BBN IMP (#5) and NCC Schedule March 4, 1971

0302

Exercising The ARPANET

0303

ARPA Network mailing lists

0304

Data Management System Proposal for the ARPA Network

0305

Unknown Host Numbers

0306

Network host status

0307

Using network Remote Job Entry

0308

ARPANET host availability data

0309

Data and File Transfer Workshop Announcement

0310

Another Look at Data and File Transfer Protocols

0311

New Console Attachments to the USCB Host

0312

Proposed Change in IMP-to-Host Protocol

0313

Computer based instruction

0314

Network Graphics Working Group Meeting

0315

Network Host Status

0316

ARPA Network Data Management Working Group

0317

Official Host-Host Protocol Modification: Assigned Link Numbers

0318

Telnet Protocols

0319

Network Host Status

0320

Workshop on Hard Copy Line Graphics

0321

CBI Networking Activity at MITRE

0322

Well known socket numbers

0323

Formation of Network Measurement Group (NMG)

0324

RJE Protocol meeting

0325

Network Remote Job Entry program – NETRJS

0326

Network Host Status

0327

Data and File Transfer workshop notes

0328

Suggested Telnet Protocol Changes

0329

ARPA Network Mailing Lists

0330

Network Host Status

0331

IMP System Change Notification

0332

Network Host Status

0333

Proposed experiment with a Message Switching Protocol

0334

Network Use on May 8

0335

New Interface – IMP/360

0336

Level 0 Graphic Input Protocol

0337

Not Issued

0338

EBCDIC/ASCII Mapping for Network RJE

0339

MLTNET: A “Multi Telnet” Subsystem for Tenex

0340

Proposed Telnet Changes

0341

Not Issued

0342

Network Host Status

0343

IMP System change notification

0344

Network Host Status

0345

Interest in Mixed Integer Programming (MPSX on NIC 360/91 at CCN)

0346

Satellite Considerations

0347

Echo process

0348

Discard Process

0349

Proposed Standard Socket Numbers

0350

User Accounts for UCSB On-Line System

0351

Graphics information form for the ARPANET graphics resources notebook

0352

TIP Site Information Form

0353

Network host status

0354

File Transfer Protocol

0355

Response to NWG/RFC 346

0356

ARPA Network Control Center

0357

Echoing strategy for satellite links

0358

Not Issued

0359

Status of the Release of the New IMP System (2600)

0360

Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol

0361

Deamon Processes on Host 106

0362

Network Host Status

0363

ARPA Network mailing lists

0364

Serving remote users on the ARPANET

0365

Letter to All TIP Users

0366

Network Host Status

0367

Network host status

0368

Comments on “Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol”

0369

Evaluation of ARPANET services January-March, 1972

0370

Network Host Status

0371

Demonstration at International Computer Communications Conference

0372

Notes on a Conversation with Bob Kahn on the ICCC

0373

Arbitrary Character Sets

0374

IMP System Announcement

0375

Not Issued

0376

Network Host Status

0377

Using TSO via ARPA Network Virtual Terminal

0378

Traffic statistics (July 1972)

0379

Using TSO at CCN

0380

Not Issued

0381

Three aids to improved network operation

0382

Mathematical Software on the ARPA Network

0383

Not Issued

0384

Official site idents for organizations in the ARPA Network

0385

Comments on the File Transfer Protocol

0386

Letter to TIP users-2

0387

Some experiences in implementing Network Graphics Protocol Level 0

0388

NCP statistics

0389

UCLA Campus Computing Network Liaison Staff for ARPA Network B.

0390

TSO Scenario

0391

Traffic statistics (August 1972)

0392

Measurement of host costs for transmitting network data

0393

Comments on Telnet Protocol Changes

0394

Two Proposed Changes to the IMP-Host Protocol

0395

Switch Settings on IMPs and TIPs

0396

Network Graphics Working Group Meeting – Second Iteration

0397

Not Issued

0398

UCSB Online Graphics

0399

SMFS Login and Logout

0400

Traffic Statistics (September 1972)

0401

Conversion of NGP-0 Coordinates to Device Specific Coordinates

0402

ARPA Network Mailing Lists

0403

Desirability of a Network 1108 Service

0404

Host Address Changes Involving Rand and ISI

0405

Correction to RFC 404

0406

Scheduled IMP Software Releases

0407

Remote Job Entry Protocol

0408

NETBANK

0409

Tenex interface to UCSB’s Simple-Minded File System

0410

Removal of the 30-Second Delay When Hosts Come Up

0411

New MULTICS Network Software Features

0412

User FTP Documentation

0413

Traffic statistics (October 1972)

0414

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) status and further comments

0415

Tenex bandwidth

0416

ARC System Will Be Unavailable for Use During Thanksgiving Week

0417

Link usage violation

0418

Server File Transfer Under TSS/360 At NASA-Ames Research Center

0419

To: Network liaisons and station agents

0420

CCA ICCC weather demo

0421

Software Consulting Service for Network Users

0422

Traffic statistics (November 1972)

0423

UCLA Campus Computing Network Liaison Staff for ARPANET

0424

Not Issued

0425

“But my NCP costs $500 a day”

0426

Reconnection Protocol

0427

Not Issued

0428

Not Issued

0429

Character Generator Process

0430

Comments on File Transfer Protocol

0431

Update on SMFS Login and Logout

0432

Network logical map

0433

Socket number list

0434

IMP/TIP memory retrofit schedule

0435

Telnet issues

0436

Announcement of RJS at UCSB

0437

Data Reconfiguration Service at UCSB

0438

FTP server-server interaction

0439

PARRY encounters the DOCTOR

0440

Scheduled network software maintenance

0441

Inter-Entity Communication – an experiment

0442

Current flow-control scheme for IMPSYS

0443

Traffic statistics (December 1972)

0444

Not Issued

0445

IMP/TIP preventive maintenance schedule

0446

Proposal to consider a network program resource notebook

0447

IMP/TIP memory retrofit schedule

0448

Print files in FTP

0449

Current flow-control scheme for IMPSYS

0450

MULTICS sampling timeout change

0451

Tentative proposal for a Unified User Level Protocol

0452

TELNET Command at Host LL

0453

Meeting announcement to discuss a network mail system

0454

File Transfer Protocol – meeting announcement and a new proposed document

0455

Traffic statistics (January 1973)

0456

Memorandum: Date change of mail meeting

0457

TIPUG

0458

Mail retrieval via FTP

0459

Network questionnaires

0460

NCP survey

0461

Telnet Protocol meeting announcement

0462

Responding to user needs

0463

FTP comments and response to RFC 430

0464

Resource notebook framework

0465

Not Issued

0466

Telnet logger/server for host LL-67

0467

Proposed change to Host-Host Protocol: Resynchronization of connection status

0468

FTP data compression

0469

Network mail meeting summary

0470

Change in socket for TIP news facility

0471

Workshop on multi-site executive programs

0472

Illinois’ reply to Maxwell’s request for graphics information (NIC 14925)

0473

MIX and MIXAL?

0474

Announcement of NGWG meeting: Call for papers

0475

FTP and Network Mail System

0476

IMP/TIP memory retrofit schedule (rev 2)

0477

Remote Job Service at UCSB

0478

FTP server-server interaction – II

0479

Use of FTP by the NIC Journal

0480

Host-dependent FTP parameters

0481

Not Issued

0482

Traffic statistics (February 1973)

0483

Cancellation of the resource notebook framework meeting

0484

Not Issued

0485

MIX and MIXAL at UCSB

0486

Data transfer revisited

0487

Free file transfer

0488

NLS classes at network sites

0489

Comment on resynchronization of connection status proposal

0490

Surrogate RJS for UCLA-CCN

0491

What is “Free”?

0492

Response to RFC 467

0493

GRAPHICS PROTOCOL

0494

Availability of MIX and MIXAL in the Network

0495

Telnet Protocol specifications

0496

TNLS quick reference card is available

0497

Traffic Statistics (March 1973)

0498

On mail service to CCN

0499

Harvard’s network RJE

0500

Integration of data management systems on a computer network

 

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