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0501

Un-muddling “free file transfer”

0502

Not Issued

0503

Socket number list

0504

Distributed resources workshop announcement

0505

Two solutions to a file transfer access problem

0506

FTP command naming problem

0507

Not Issued

0508

Real-time data transmission on the ARPANET

0509

Traffic statistics (April 1973)

0510

Request for network mailbox addresses

0511

Enterprise phone service to NIC from ARPANET sites

0512

More on lost message detection

0513

Comments on the new Telnet specifications

0514

Network make-work

0515

Specifications for Datalanguage, Version 0/9

0516

Lost message detection

0517

Not Issued

0518

ARPANET accounts

0519

Resource Evaluation

0520

Memo to FTP group: Proposal for File Access Protocol

0521

Restricted use of IMP DDT

0522

Traffic Statistics (May 1973)

0523

SURVEY is in operation again

0524

Proposed Mail Protocol

0525

MIT-MATHLAB meets UCSB-OLS -an example of resource sharing

0526

Technical meeting: Digital image processing software systems

0527

ARPAWOCKY

0528

Software checksumming in the IMP and network reliability

0529

Note on protocol synch sequences

0530

Report on the Survey Project

0531

Feast or famine? A response to two recent RFC’s about network information

0532

UCSD-CC Server-FTP facility

0533

Message-ID numbers

0534

Lost message detection

0535

Comments on File Access Protocol

0536

Not Issued

0537

Announcement of NGG meeting July 16-17

0538

Traffic statistics (June 1973)

0539

Thoughts on the mail protocol proposed in RFC 524

0540

Not Issued

0541

Not Issued

0542

File Transfer Protocol

0543

Network journal submission and delivery

0544

Locating on-line documentation at SRI-ARC

0545

Of what quality be the UCSB resources evaluators?

0546

Tenex load averages for July 1973

0547

Change to the Very Distant Host specification

0548

Hosts using the IMP Going Down message

0549

Minutes of Network Graphics Group meeting, 15-17 July 1973

0550

NIC NCP experiment

0551

NYU, ANL, and LBL Joining the Net

0552

Single access to standard protocols

0553

Draft design for a text/graphics protocol

0554

Not Issued

0555

Responses to critiques of the proposed mail protocol

0556

Traffic Statistics (July 1973)

0557

REVELATIONS IN NETWORK HOST MEASUREMENTS

0558

Not Issued

0559

Comments on The New Telnet Protocol and its Implementation

0560

Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet option

0561

Standardizing Network Mail Headers

0562

Modifications to the TELNET Specification

0563

Comments on the RCTE Telnet option

0564

Not Issued

0565

Storing network survey data at the datacomputer

0566

Traffic statistics (August 1973)

0567

Cross Country Network Bandwidth

0568

Response to RFC 567 – cross country network bandwidth

0569

NETED: A Common Editor for the ARPA Network

0570

Experimental input mapping between NVT ASCII and UCSB On Line System

0571

TENEX FTP PROBLEM

0572

Not Issued

0573

DATA AND FILE TRANSFER – SOME MEASUREMENT RESULTS

0574

Announcement of a Mail Facility at UCSB

0575

Not Issued

0576

Proposal for modifying linking

0577

Mail priority

0578

Using MIT-Mathlab MACSYMA from MIT-DMS Muddle

0579

Traffic statistics (September 1973)

0580

Note to Protocol Designers and Implementers

0581

Corrections to RFC 560: Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet Option

0582

Comments on RFC 580: Machine readable protocols

0583

Not Issued

0584

Charter for ARPANET Users Interest Working Group

0585

ARPANET users interest working group meeting

0586

Traffic statistics (October 1973)

0587

Announcing New Telnet Options

0588

London Node Is Now Up

0589

CCN NETRJS server messages to remote user

0590

MULTICS address change

0591

Addition to the Very Distant Host specifications

0592

Some thoughts on system design to facilitate resource sharing

0593

Telnet and FTP implementation schedule change

0594

Speedup of Host-IMP interface

0595

Second thoughts in defense of the Telnet Go-Ahead

0596

Second thoughts on Telnet Go-Ahead

0597

Host status

0598

RFC index – December 5, 1973

0599

Update on NETRJS

0600

Interfacing an Illinois plasma terminal to the ARPANET

0601

Traffic statistics (November 1973)

0602

“The stockings were hung by the chimney with care”

0603

Response to RFC 597: Host status

0604

Assigned link numbers

0605

Not Issued

0606

Host names on-line

0607

Comments on the File Transfer Protocol

0608

Host names on-line

0609

Statement of upcoming move of NIC/NLS service

0610

Further datalanguage design concepts

0611

Two changes to the IMP/Host Protocol to improve user/network communications

0612

Traffic statistics (December 1973)

0613

Network connectivity: A response to RFC 603

0614

Response to RFC 607: “Comments on the File Transfer Protocol”

0615

Proposed Network Standard Data Pathname syntax

0616

LATEST NETWORK MAPS

0617

Note on socket number assignment

0618

Few observations on NCP statistics

0619

Mean round-trip times in the ARPANET

0620

Request for monitor host table updates

0621

NIC user directories at SRI ARC

0622

Scheduling IMP/TIP down time

0623

Comments on on-line host name service

0624

Comments on the File Transfer Protocol

0625

On-line hostnames service

0626

On a possible lockup condition in IMP subnet due to message sequencing

0627

ASCII text file of hostnames

0628

Status of RFC numbers and a note on pre-assigned journal numbers

0629

Scenario for using the Network Journal

0630

FTP error code usage for more reliable mail service

0631

International meeting on minicomputers and data communication: Call for papers

0632

Throughput degradations for single packet messages

0633

IMP/TIP preventive maintenance schedule

0634

Change in network address for Haskins Lab

0635

Assessment of ARPANET protocols

0636

TIP/Tenex reliability improvements

0637

Change of network address for SU-DSL

0638

IMP/TIP preventive maintenance schedule

0639

Not Issued

0640

Revised FTP reply codes

0641

Not Issued

0642

Ready line philosophy and implementation

0643

Network Debugging Protocol

0644

On the problem of signature authentication for network mail

0645

Network Standard Data Specification syntax

0646

Not Issued

0647

Proposed protocol for connecting host computers to ARPA-like networks via front end processors

0648

Not Issued

0649

Not Issued

0650

Not Issued

0651

Revised Telnet status option

0652

Telnet output carriage-return disposition option

0653

Telnet output horizontal tabstops option

0654

Telnet output horizontal tab disposition option

0655

Telnet output formfeed disposition option

0656

Telnet output vertical tabstops option

0657

Telnet output vertical tab disposition option

0658

Telnet output linefeed disposition

0659

Announcing additional Telnet options

0660

Some changes to the IMP and the IMP/Host interface

0661

Protocol information

0662

Performance improvement in ARPANET file transfers from Multics

0663

Lost message detection and recovery protocol

0664

Not Issued

0665

Not Issued

0666

Specification of the Unified User-Level Protocol

0667

Host Ports

0668

Not Issued

0669

November, 1974, survey of New-Protocol Telnet servers

0670

Not Issued

0671

Note on Reconnection Protocol

0672

Multi-site data collection facility

0673

Not Issued

0674

Procedure call documents: Version 2

0675

Specification of Internet Transmission Control Program

0676

Not Issued

0677

Maintenance of duplicate databases

0678

Standard file formats

0679

February, 1975, survey of New-Protocol Telnet servers

0680

Message Transmission Protocol

0681

Network UNIX

0682

Not Issued

0683

FTPSRV – Tenex extension for paged files

0684

Commentary on procedure calling as a network protocol

0685

Response time in cross network debugging

0686

Leaving well enough alone

0687

IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol changes

0688

Tentative schedule for the new Telnet implementation for the TIP

0689

Tenex NCP finite state machine for connections

0690

Comments on the proposed Host/IMP Protocol changes

0691

One more try on the FTP

0692

Comments on IMP/Host Protocol changes (RFCs 687 and 690)

0693

Not Issued

0694

Protocol information

0695

Official change in Host-Host Protocol

0696

Comments on the IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol changes

0697

CWD command of FTP

0698

Telnet extended ASCII option

0699

Request For Comments summary notes: 600-699

0700

Protocol experiment

0701

August, 1974, survey of New-Protocol Telnet servers

0702

September, 1974, survey of New-Protocol Telnet servers

0703

July, 1975, survey of New-Protocol Telnet Servers

0704

IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol change

0705

Front-end Protocol B6700 version

0706

On the junk mail problem

0707

High-level framework for network-based resource sharing

0708

Elements of a Distributed Programming System

0709

Not Issued

0710

Not Issued

0711

Not Issued

0712

Distributed Capability Computing System (DCCS)

0713

MSDTP-Message Services Data Transmission Protocol

0714

Host-Host Protocol for an ARPANET-Type Network

0715

Not Issued

0716

Interim Revision to Appendix F of BBN 1822

0717

Assigned Network Numbers

0718

Comments on RCTE from the Tenex Implementation Experience

0719

Discussion on RCTE

0720

Address Specification Syntax for Network Mail

0721

Out-of-Band Control Signals in a Host-to-Host Protocol

0722

Thoughts on Interactions in Distributed Services

0723

Not Issued

0724

Proposed official standard for the format of ARPA Network messages

0725

RJE protocol for a resource sharing network

0726

Remote Controlled Transmission and Echoing Telnet option

0727

Telnet logout option

0728

Minor pitfall in the Telnet Protocol

0729

Telnet byte macro option

0730

Extensible field addressing

0731

Telnet Data Entry Terminal option

0732

Telnet Data Entry Terminal option

0733

Standard for the format of ARPA network text messages

0734

SUPDUP Protocol

0735

Revised Telnet byte macro option

0736

Telnet SUPDUP option

0737

FTP extension: XSEN

0738

Time server

0739

Assigned numbers

0740

NETRJS Protocol

0741

Specifications for the Network Voice Protocol (NVP)

0742

NAME/FINGER Protocol

0743

FTP extension: XRSQ/XRCP

0744

MARS – a Message Archiving and Retrieval Service

0745

JANUS interface specifications

0746

SUPDUP graphics extension

0747

Recent extensions to the SUPDUP Protocol

0748

Telnet randomly-lose option

0749

Telnet SUPDUP-Output option

0750

Assigned numbers

0751

Survey of FTP mail and MLFL

0752

Universal host table

0753

Internet Message Protocol

0754

Out-of-net host addresses for mail

0755

Assigned numbers

0756

NIC name server – a datagram-based information utility

0757

Suggested solution to the naming, addressing, and delivery problem for ARPANET message systems

0758

Assigned numbers

0759

Internet Message Protocol

0760

DoD standard Internet Protocol

0761

DoD standard Transmission Control Protocol

0762

Assigned numbers

0763

Role mailboxes

0764

Telnet Protocol specification

0765

File Transfer Protocol specification

0766

Internet Protocol Handbook: Table of contents

0767

Structured format for transmission of multi-media documents

0768

User Datagram Protocol

0769

Rapicom 450 facsimile file format

0770

Assigned numbers

0771

Mail transition plan

0772

Mail Transfer Protocol

0773

Comments on NCP/TCP mail service transition strategy

0774

Internet Protocol Handbook: Table of contents

0775

Directory oriented FTP commands

0776

Assigned numbers

0777

Internet Control Message Protocol

0778

DCNET Internet Clock Service

0779

Telnet send-location option

0780

Mail Transfer Protocol

0781

Specification of the Internet Protocol (IP) timestamp option

0782

Virtual Terminal management model

0783

TFTP Protocol (revision 2)

0784

Mail Transfer Protocol: ISI TOPS20 implementation

0785

Mail Transfer Protocol: ISI TOPS20 file definitions

0786

Mail Transfer Protocol: ISI TOPS20 MTP-NIMAIL interface

0787

Connectionless data transmission survey/tutorial

0788

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

0789

Vulnerabilities of network control protocols: An example

0790

Assigned numbers

0791

Internet Protocol

0792

Internet Control Message Protocol

0793

Transmission Control Protocol

0794

Pre-emption

0795

Service mappings

0796

Address mappings

0797

Format for Bitmap files

0798

Decoding facsimile data from the Rapicom 450

0799

Internet name domains

0800

Request For Comments summary notes: 700-799

0801

NCP/TCP transition plan

0802

ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol

0803

Dacom 450/500 facsimile data transcoding

0804

CCITT draft recommendation T.4

0805

Computer mail meeting notes

0806

Proposed Federal Information Processing Standard: Specification for message format for computer based message systems

0807

Multimedia mail meeting notes

0808

Summary of computer mail services meeting held at BBN on 10 January 1979

0809

UCL facsimile system

0810

DoD Internet host table specification

0811

Hostnames Server

0812

NICNAME/WHOIS

0813

Window and Acknowledgement Strategy in TCP

0814

Name, addresses, ports, and routes

0815

IP datagram reassembly algorithms

0816

Fault isolation and recovery

0817

Modularity and efficiency in protocol implementation

0818

Remote User Telnet service

0819

The Domain Naming Convention for Internet User Applications

0820

Assigned numbers

0821

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

0822

STANDARD FOR THE FORMAT OF ARPA INTERNET TEXT MESSAGES

0823

DARPA Internet gateway

0824

CRONUS Virtual Local Network

0825

Request for comments on Requests For Comments

0826

Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol: Or Converting Network Protocol Addresses to 48.bit Ethernet Address for Transmission on Ethernet Hardware

0827

Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)

0828

Data communications: IFIP’s international “network” of experts

0829

Packet satellite technology reference sources

0830

Distributed system for Internet name service

0831

Backup access to the European side of SATNET

0832

Who talks TCP?

0833

Who talks TCP?

0834

Who talks TCP?

0835

Who talks TCP?

0836

Who talks TCP?

0837

Who talks TCP?

0838

Who talks TCP?

0839

Who talks TCP? )

0840

Official protocols

0841

Specification for message format for Computer Based Message Systems

0842

Who talks TCP? – survey of 1 February 83

0843

Who talks TCP? – survey of 8 February 83

0844

Who talks ICMP, too? – Survey of 18 February 1983

0845

Who talks TCP? – survey of 15 February 1983

0846

Who talks TCP? – survey of 22 February 1983

0847

Summary of Smallberg surveys

0848

Who provides the “little” TCP services?

0849

Suggestions for improved host table distribution

0850

Standard for interchange of USENET messages

0851

ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol

0852

ARPANET short blocking feature

0853

Not Issued

0854

Telnet Protocol Specification

0855

Telnet Option Specifications

0856

Telnet Binary Transmission

0857

Telnet Echo Option

0858

Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option

0859

Telnet Status Option

0860

Telnet Timing Mark Option

0861

Telnet Extended Options: List Option

0862

Echo Protocol

0863

Discard Protocol

0864

Character Generator Protocol

0865

Quote of the Day Protocol

0866

Active users

0867

Daytime Protocol

0868

Time Protocol

0869

Host Monitoring Protocol

0870

Assigned numbers

0871

Perspective on the ARPANET reference model

0872

TCP-on-a-LAN

0873

Illusion of vendor support

0874

Critique of X.25

0875

Gateways, architectures, and heffalumps

0876

Survey of SMTP implementations

0877

Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over public data networks

0878

ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol

0879

The TCP Maximum Segment Size and Related Topics

0880

Official protocols

0881

Domain names plan and schedule

0882

Domain names: Concepts and facilities

0883

Domain names: Implementation specification

0884

Telnet terminal type option

0885

Telnet end of record option

0886

Proposed standard for message header munging

0887

Resource Location Protocol

0888

“STUB” Exterior Gateway Protocol

0889

Internet Delay Experiments

0890

Exterior Gateway Protocol implementation schedule

0891

DCN Local-Network Protocols

0892

ISO Transport Protocol specification

0893

Trailer encapsulations

0894

A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks

0895

Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over experimental Ethernet networks

0896

Congestion Control in IP/TCP Internetworks

0897

Domain name system implementation schedule

0898

Gateway special interest group meeting notes

0899

Request For Comments summary notes: 800-899

0900

Assigned Numbers

0901

Official ARPA-Internet protocols

0902

ARPA Internet Protocol policy

0903

A Reverse Address Resolution Protocol

0904

Exterior Gateway Protocol formal specification

0905

ISO Transport Protocol specification ISO DP 8073

0906

Bootstrap loading using TFTP

0907

Host Access Protocol specification

0908

Reliable Data Protocol

0909

Loader Debugger Protocol

0910

Multimedia mail meeting notes

0911

EGP Gateway under Berkeley UNIX 4.2

0912

Authentication service

0913

Simple File Transfer Protocol

0914

Thinwire protocol for connecting personal computers to the Internet

0915

Network mail path service

0916

Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol (RATP)

0917

Internet subnets

0918

Post Office Protocol

0919

Broadcasting Internet Datagrams

0920

Domain requirements

0921

Domain name system implementation schedule – revised

0922

Broadcasting Internet datagrams in the presence of subnets

0923

Assigned numbers

0924

Official ARPA-Internet protocols for connecting personal computers to the Internet

0925

Multi-LAN address resolution

0926

Protocol for providing the connectionless mode network services

0927

TACACS user identification Telnet option

0928

Introduction to proposed DoD standard H-FP

0929

Proposed Host-Front End Protocol

0930

Telnet terminal type option

0931

Authentication server

0932

Subnetwork addressing scheme

0933

Output marking Telnet option

0934

Proposed standard for message encapsulation

0935

Reliable link layer protocols

0936

Another Internet subnet addressing scheme

0937

Post Office Protocol: Version 2

0938

Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol functional and interface specification

0939

Executive summary of the NRC report on transport protocols for Department of Defense data networks

0940

Toward an Internet standard scheme for sub netting

0941

Addendum to the network service definition covering network layer addressing

0942

Transport protocols for Department of Defense data networks

0943

Assigned numbers

0944

Official ARPA-Internet protocols

0945

DoD statement on the NRC report

0946

Telnet terminal location number option

0947

Multi-network broadcasting within the Internet

0948

Two methods for the transmission of IP datagrams over IEEE 802.3 networks

0949

FTP unique-named store command

0950

Internet Standard Subnetting Procedure

0951

Bootstrap Protocol

0952

DoD Internet host table specification

0953

Hostname Server

0954

NICNAME/WHOIS

0955

Towards a transport service for transaction processing applications

0956

Algorithms for synchronizing network clocks

0957

Experiments in network clock synchronization

0958

Network Time Protocol (NTP)

0959

File Transfer Protocol

0960

Assigned numbers

0961

Official ARPA-Internet protocols

0962

TCP-4 prime

0963

Some problems with the specification of the Military Standard Internet Protocol

0964

Some problems with the specification of the Military Standard Transmission Control Protocol

0965

Format for a graphical communication protocol

0966

Host groups: A multicast extension to the Internet Protocol

0967

All victims together

0968

Twas the night before start-up

0969

NETBLT: A bulk data transfer protocol

0970

On Packet Switches With Infinite Storage

0971

Survey of data representation standards

0972

Password Generator Protocol

0973

Domain system changes and observations

0974

Mail routing and the domain system

0975

Autonomous confederations

0976

UUCP mail interchange format standard

0977

Network News Transfer Protocol

0978

Voice File Interchange Protocol (VFIP)

0979

PSN End-to-End functional specification

0980

Protocol document order information

0981

Experimental multiple-path routing algorithm

0982

Guidelines for the specification of the structure of the Domain Specific Part (DSP) of the ISO standard NSAP address

0983

ISO transport arrives on top of the TCP

0984

PCMAIL: A distributed mail system for personal computers

0985

Requirements for Internet gateways – draft

0986

Guidelines for the use of Internet-IP addresses in the ISO Connectionless-Mode Network Protocol

0987

Mapping between X.400 and RFC 822

0988

Host extensions for IP multicasting

0989

Privacy enhancement for Internet electronic mail: Part I: Message encipherment and authentication procedures

0990

Assigned numbers

0991

Official ARPA-Internet protocols

0992

On communication support for fault tolerant process groups

0993

PCMAIL: A distributed mail system for personal computers

0994

Final text of DIS 8473, Protocol for Providing the Connectionless-mode Network Service

0995

End System to Intermediate System Routing Exchange Protocol for use in conjunction with ISO 8473

0996

Statistics server

0997

Internet numbers

0998

NETBLT: A bulk data transfer protocol

0999

Requests For Comments summary notes: 900-999

1000

Request For Comments reference guide

 

 

 

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