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  1. Albitz, P., Liu, C. 1992. DNS and BIND. O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, Calif. Lots of details on the administrative tasks required to configure and run a name server.
  2. Alexander, S., Droms, R. 1993. "DHCP Options and BOOTP Vendor Extensions," RFC 1533, 30 pages (Oct.).
  3. Almquist, P. 1992. "Type of Service in the Internet Protocol Suite," RFC 1349, 28 pages (July).How to use the type-of-service field in the IP header.
  4. Almquist, P., ed. 1993. "Requirements for IP Routers," Internet Draft (Mar.).This is the draft of an RFC to replace RFC 1009 [Braden and Postel 1987]. The new RFC will probably appear in four volumes. Volume 1: Internet architecture, terminology, and general considerations. Volume 2: link layer, internet layer, transport layer, and application layer. Volume 3: forwarding and routing protocols. Volume 4: operations and maintenance, and network management.This draft is available via anonymous FTP from the host jessica.stanford.edu in the directory rreq. Ignore this draft once the final RFC is published.
  5. Bellovin, S. M. 1993. Private Communication.
  6. Bhide, A., Elnozahy, E. N., Morgan, S. P. 1991. "A Highly Available Network File Server," Proceedings of the 1991 Winter USENIX Conference, pp. 199-205, Dallas, Tex.Describes a use of gratuitous ARP (Section 4.7).
  7. Borenstein, N., Freed, N. 1993. "MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) Part One: Mechanisms for Specifying and Describing the Format of Internet Message Bodies," RFC 1521, 81 pages (Sept.).This RFC obsoletes the earlier RFC 1341. Appendix H of this RFC lists the differences from RFC 1341.
  8. Borman, D. A., ed. 1990. "Telnet Linemode Option," RFC 1184, 23 pages (Oct.).
  9. Borman, D. A. 1991. "IP Bandwidth Limits," Message-ID <91011437.AA17276@berserkly.cray.com>, Usenet, comp.protocols.tcp-ip Newsgroup (Jan.).States the three practical limits on TCP performance that we listed at the end of Section 24.8.
  10. Borman, D. A. 1992. "TCP/IP Performance at Cray Research," Proceedings of the Twenty-third Internet Engineering Task Force, pp. 492-493 (Mar.), San Diego Supercomputer Center, San Diego, Calif.
  11. Borman, D. A., ed. 1993a. "Telnet Environment Option," RFC 1408, 7 pages (Jan.).The Telnet option for passing environment variables from the client to the server.
  12. Borman, D. A. 1993b. "A Practical Perspective on Host Networking," in Internet System Handbook, eds. D. C. Lynch and M. T. Rose, pp. 309-367. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A practical look at the Host Requirements RFCs (1122 and 1123).
  13. Braden, R. T., ed. 1989a. "Requirements for Internet Hosts—Communication Layers," RFC 1122, 116 pages (Oct.).The first half of the Host Requirements RFC. This half covers the link layer, IP, TCP, and UDP.
  14. Braden, R. T., ed. 1989b. "Requirements for Internet Hosts—Application and Support," RFC 1123, 98 pages (Oct.).The second half of the Host Requirements RFC. This half covers Telnet, FTP, TFTP, SMTP, and the DNS.
  15. Braden, R. T. 1989c. "Perspective on the Host Requirements RFCs," RFC 1127, 20 pages (Oct.).An informal summary of the discussions and conclusions of the IETF working group that developed the Host Requirements RFC.
  16. Braden, R. T. 1992a. "TIME-WAIT Assassination Hazards in TCP," RFC 1337, 11 pages (May).Shows how the receipt of an RST while in the TIME_WAIT state can lead to problems.
  17. Braden, R. T. 1992b. "Extending TCP for Transactions—Concepts," RFC 1379, 38 pages (Nov.).The concepts and history behind the development of T/TCP.
  18. Braden, R. T. 1992c. "Extending TCP for Transactions—Functional Specification," Internet Draft, 32 pages (Dec.).The functional specification and a discussion of the implementation issues in T/ TCP.
  19. Braden, R. T., Borman, D. A., Partridge, C. 1988. "Computing the Internet Checksum," RFC 1071, 24 pages (Sept.).Provides techniques and algorithms for calculating the checksum used by IP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP, and TCP.
  20. Braden, R. T., Postel, J. B. 1987. "Requirements for Internet Gateways," RFC 1009, 55 pages (June).The equivalent of the Host Requirements RFC for routers. This RFC is being replaced; see [Almquist 1993].
  21. Caceres, R., Danzig, P. B., Jamin, S., Mitzel, D. J. 1991. "Characteristics of Wide-Area TCP/IP Conversations," Computer Communication Review, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 101-112 (Sept.).
  22. Callon, R. 1992. "TCP and UDP with Bigger Addresses (TUBA), A Simple Proposal for Internet Addressing and Routing," RFC 1347, 9 pages (June).
  23. Case, J. D., Fedor, M. S., Schoffstall, M. L., Davin, C. 1990. "Simple Network Management (SNMP)," RFC 1157, 36 pages (May).The protocol specification for SNMP.
  24. Case, J. D., McCloghrie, K., Rose, M. T., Waldbusser, S. 1993. "An Introduction to Version 2 of the Internet-Standard Network Management Framework," RFC 1441, 13 pages (Apr.).An introduction to SNMPv2 along with references to the other 11 RFCs defining SNMPv2.
  25. Case, J. D., Partridge, C. 1989. "Case Diagrams: A First Step to Diagrammed Management Information Bases," Computer Communication Review, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 13-16 (Jan.).Defines diagrams that are useful for visualizing the relationship between SNMP variables in a given module.
  26. Casner, S., Deering, S. E. 1992. "First IETF Internet Audiocast," Computer Communication Review, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 92-97 (July).Describes how live audio for an IETF meeting was audiocast using multicasting over the Internet. A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host venera.isi.edu in the file pub/ietf-audiocast-article.ps. Also, the file mbone/faq.txt on that host contains the frequently asked questions regarding the Internet multicast backbone (MBONE).
  27. Cheriton, D. P. 1988. "VMTP: Versatile Message Transaction Protocol," RFC 1045, 123 pages (Feb.).
  28. Cheswick, W. R., Bellovin, S. M. 1994. Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.Describes how to set up and administer a firewall gateway and the security issues involved.
  29. Clark, D. D. 1982. "Window and Acknowledgment Strategy in TCP," RFC 813, 22 pages (July).The original RFC that identified the silly window syndrome and how to avoid it.
  30. Clark, D. D. 1988. "The Design Philosophy of the DARPA Internet Protocols," Computer Communication Review, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 106-114 (Aug.).Describes the early reasoning that shaped the Internet protocols.
  31. Comer, D. E., Stevens, D. L. 1993. Internetworking with TCP/IP: Vol. III: Client–Server Programming and Applications, BSD Socket Version. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
  32. Cooper, A. W., Postel, J. B. 1993. "The US Domain," RFC 1480, 47 pages (June).Describes the .us domain in the DNS.
  33. Crocker, D. H. 1982. "Standard for the Format of ARPA Internet Text Messages," RFC 822, 47 pages (Aug.).Defines the format of electronic mail messages transmitted using SMTP.
  34. Crocker, D. H. 1993. "Evolving the System," in Internet System Handbook, eds. D. C. Lynch and M. T. Rose, pp. 41-76. Addison-Wesley,, Reading, Mass.Some history on the development of standards in the ARPANET, along with details on the current structure of the Internet technical community. Also defines the current Internet standards process.
  35. Croft, W., Gilmore, J. 1985. "Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)," RFC 951, 12 pages (Sept.).
  36. Crowcroft, J., Wakeman, I., Wang, Z., Sirovica, D. 1992. "Is Layering Harmful?," IEEE Network, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 20-24 (Jan.).The seven missing figures from this paper appear in the next issue, vol. 6, no. 2 (March).
  37. Curry, D. A. 1992. UNIX System Security: A Guide for Users and System Administrators. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A book on Unix security. Chapters 4 and 5 deal with network security.
  38. Dalton, C., Watson, G., Banks, D., Calamvokis, C., Edwards, A., Lumley, J. 1993. "Afterburner," IEEE Network, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 36-43 (July).Describes how to speed up TCP by reducing the number of data copies performed, and a special purpose interface card that supports this design.
  39. Danzig, P. B., Obraczka, K., Kumar, A. 1992. "An Analysis of Wide-Area Name Server Traffic," Computer Communication Review, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 281-292 (Oct.).An analysis of the traffic to one of the root name servers over two 24-hour periods. Shows how DNS traffic from faulty implementations can consume 20 times more WAN bandwidth than necessary. A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host caldera.usc.edu in the file pub/danzig/dns.ps.Z.
  40. Deering, S. E. 1989. "Host Extensions for IP Multicasting," RFC 1112, 17 pages (Aug.).The specification of IP multicasting and IGMP.
  41. Deering, S. E., ed. 1991. "ICMP Router Discovery Messages," RFC 1256, 19 pages (Sept.).
  42. Deering, S. E., Cheriton, D. P. 1990. "Multicast Routing in Datagram Internetworks and Extended LANs," ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 85-110 (May).Proposes extensions to common routing techniques to support multicasting.
  43. Dixon, T. 1993. "Comparison of Proposals for Next Version of IP," RFC 1454, 15 pages (May).A comparison and summary of SIP, PIP, and TUBA.
  44. Droms, R. 1993. "Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol," RFC 1541, 39 pages (Oct.).
  45. Droms, R., Dyksen, W. R. 1990. "Performance Measurements of the X Window System Communication Protocol," Software Practice & Experience, vol. 20, pp. 119-136 (Oct.).Measurements of the TCP communication involved when using various X clients.
  46. Fedor, M. S. 1988. "GATED: A Multi-routing Protocol Daemon for UNIX," Proceedings of the 1988 Summer USENIX Conference, pp. 365-376, San Francisco, Calif.
  47. Finlayson, R. 1984. "Bootstrap Loading using TFTP," RFC 906, 4 pages (June).
  48. Finlayson, R., Mann, T., Mogul, J. C., Theimer, M. 1984. "A Reverse Address Resolution Protocol," RFC 903, 4 pages (June).
  49. Floyd, S. 1994. Private Communication.
  50. Ford, P. S., Rekhter, Y., Braun, H-W. 1993. "Improving the Routing and Addressing of IP," IEEE Network, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 10-15 (May).A description of CIDR (classless interdomain routing).
  51. Fuller, V., Li, T., Yu, J. Y., Varadhan, K. 1993. "Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR): An Address Assignment and Aggregation Strategy," >RFC 1519, 24 pages (Sept.).The specification of CIDR (classless interdomain routing).
  52. Gerich, E. 1993. "Guidelines for Management of IP Address Space," RFC 1466, 10 pages (May).The specification of how IP addresses will be allocated in the future (i.e., class B addresses will be hard to obtain and normally a block of class C addresses will be allocated instead).
  53. Gurwitz, R., Hinden, R. 1982. "IP—Local Area Network Addressing Issues," IEN 212, 11 pages (Sept.).One of the earliest references to IP broadcast addresses.
  54. Harrenstein, K., Stahl, M. K., Feinler, E. J. 1985. "NICNAME/WHOIS," RFC 954, 4 pages (Oct.).
  55. Hedrick, C. L. 1988a. "Routing Information Protocol," RFC 1058, 33 pages (June).
  56. Hedrick, C. L. 1988b. "Telnet Terminal Speed Option," RFC 1079, 3 pages (Dec.).
  57. Hedrick, C. L., Borman, D. A. 1992. "Telnet Remote Flow Control Option," RFC 1372, 6 pages (Oct.).
  58. Hornig, C. 1984. "Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks," RFC 894,3 pages (Apr.).
  59. Huitema, C. 1993. "IAB Recommendation for an Intermediate Strategy to Address the Issue of Scaling," RFC 1481, 2 pages (July).The IAB recommendation for the implementation of CIDR.
  60. Jacobson, V. 1988. "Congestion Avoidance and Control," Computer Communication Review, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 314-329 (Aug.).A classic paper describing the slow start and congestion avoidance algorithms for TCP. A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host ftp.ee.lbl.gov in the file congavoid.ps.Z.
  61. Jacobson, V. 1990a. "Compressing TCP/IP Headers for Low-Speed Serial Links," RFC 1144, 43 pages (Feb.).Describes CSLIP, a version of SLIP with the TCP and IP headers compressed.
  62. Jacobson, V. 1990b. "Modified TCP Congestion Avoidance Algorithm," April 30, 1990, end2end-interest mailing list (Apr.).Describes the fast retransmit and fast recovery algorithms.
  63. Jacobson, V. 1990c. "Berkeley TCP Evolution from 4.3-Tahoe to 4.3-Reno," Proceedings of the Eighteenth Internet Engineering Task Force, p. 365 (Sept.), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
  64. Jacobson, V., Braden, R. T. 1988. "TCP Extensions for Long-Delay Paths," RFC 1072, 16 pages (Oct.).Describes the selective acknowledgment option for TCP, which was removed from the later RFC 1323.
  65. Jacobson, V., Braden, R. T., Borman, D. A. 1992. "TCP Extensions for High Performance," RFC 1323, 37 pages (May).Describes the window scale option, the timestamp option, and the PAWS algorithm, along with the reasons these modifications are needed.
  66. Jacobson, V., Braden, R. T., Zhang, L. 1990. "TCP Extensions for High-Speed Paths," RFC 1185, 21 pages (Oct.).Despite this RFC being obsoleted by RFC 1323, the appendix on protection against old duplicate segments in TCP is worth reading.
  67. Juszczak, C. 1989. "Improving the Performance and Correctness of an NFS Server," Proceedings of the 1989 Winter USENIX Conference, pp. 53-63, San Diego, Calif. Provides implementation details on an NFS server cache.
  68. Kantor, B. 1991. "BSD Rlogin," RFC 1282, 5 pages (Dec.).The specification of the Rlogin protocol.
  69. Karn, P., Partridge, C. 1987. "Improving Round-Trip Time Estimates in Reliable Transport Protocols," Computer Communication Review, vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 2-7 (Aug.).Details of Karn's algorithm to handle the retransmission timeout for segments that have been retransmitted. A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host sics.se in the file pub/craig/karn-partridge.ps.
  70. Katz, D. 1990. "Proposed Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams Over FDDI Networks," RFC 1188, 11 pages (Oct.).Specifies the encapsulation of IP datagrams and ARP requests and replies on FDDI networks, including multicasting.
  71. Kent, C. A., Mogul, J. C. 1987. "Fragmentation Considered Harmful," Computer Communication Review, vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 390-401 (Aug.).
  72. Kent, S. T. 1991. "U.S. Department of Defense Security Options for the Internet Protocol," RFC 1108, 17 pages (Nov.).
  73. Kleinrock, L. 1992. "The Latency/Bandwidth Tradeoff in Gigabit Networks," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 36-40 (Apr.).
  74. Klensin, J., Freed, N., Moore, K. 1993. "SMTP Service Extension for Message Size Declaration," RFC 1427, 8 pages(Feb.).
  75. Klensin, J., Freed, N., Rose, M. T., Stefferud, E. A., Crocker, D 1993a. "SMTP Service Extensions," RFC 1425, 10 pages (Feb.).
  76. Klensin, J., Freed, N., Rose, M. T., Stefferud, E. A., Crocker, D 1993b. "SMTP Service Extension for 8bit-MIME Transport," RFC 1426, 6 pages (Feb.).
  77. Krol, E. 1992. The Whole Internet. O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, Calif.A beginner's introduction to the Internet.
  78. LaQuey, T. 1993. The Internet Companion: A Beginner's Guide to Global Networking. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A beginner's introduction to the Internet.
  79. Leffler, S. J., Karels, M. J. 1984. "Trailer Encapsulations," RFC 893, 3 pages (Apr.).
  80. Leffler, S. J., McKusick, M. K., Karels, M. J., Quarterman, J. S. 1989. The Design and Implementation of the 4.3BSD UNIX Operating System. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.An entire book on the 4.3BSD Unix system. This book describes the Tahoe release of 4.3BSD.
  81. Lougheed, K., Rekhter, Y. 1991. "A Border Gateway Protocol 3 (BGP-3)," RFC 1267, 35 pages (Oct.).
  82. Lynch, D. C. 1993. "Historical Perspective," in Internet System Handbook, eds. D. C. Lynch and M. T. Rose, pp. 3-14. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A description of the early days of the Internet: the ARPANET.
  83. Macklem, R. 1991. "Lessons Learned Tuning the 4.3BSD Reno Implementation of the NFS Protocol," Proceedings of the 1991 Winter USENIX Conference, pp. 53-64, Dallas, Tex.Describes an implementation of NFS that uses both UDP and TCP.
  84. Malkin, G. S. 1993a. "RIP Version 2: Carrying Additional Information," RFC 1388, 7 pages (Jan.).
  85. Malkin, G. S. 1993b. "Traceroute Using an IP Option," RFC 1393, 7 pages (Jan.).Proposed modifications to ICMP for a new version of traceroute.
  86. Mallory, T., Kullberg, A. 1990. "Incremental Updating of the Internet Checksum," RFC 1141, 2 pages (Jan.).Describes an implementation technique for incrementally updating the internet checksum.
  87. Manber, U. 1990. "Chain Reactions in Networks," IEEE Computer, vol. 23, no. 10, pp. 57-63 (Oct.).Describes types of broadcast storms and network meltdowns, similar to those demonstrated in Exercises 9.3 and 9.4.
  88. McCanne, S., Jacobson, V. 1993. "The BSD Packet Filter: A New Architecture for User-Level Packet Capture," Proceedings of the 1993 Winter USENIX Conference, pp. 259-269, San Diego, Calif.A detailed description of the BSD Packet Filter (BPF) and comparisons with Sun's Network Interface Tap (NIT). A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host ftp.ee.lbl.gov in the file papers/bpf-usenix93.ps.Z.
  89. McCloghrie, K., Rose, M. T. 1991. "Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based Internets: MIB-II," RFC 1213 (Mar.).
  90. McGregor, G. 1992. "PPP Internet Protocol Control Protocol (IPCP)," RFC 1332, 12 pages (May).A description of the NCP for PPP that is specific to TCP/IP.
  91. Mills, D. L. 1992. "Network Time Protocol (Version 3): Specification, Implementation, and Analysis," RFC 1305, 113 pages (Mar.).
  92. Mockapetris, P. V. 1987a. "Domain Names: Concepts and Facilities," RFC 1034, 55 pages (Nov.).An introduction to the DNS.
  93. Mockapetris, P. V. 1987b. "Domain Names: Implementation and Specification," RFC 1035, 55 pages (Nov.).The specification of the DNS.
  94. Mogul, J. C. 1990. "Efficient Use of Workstations for Passive Monitoring of Local Area Networks," Computer Communication Review, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 253-263 (Sept.).Describes the use of workstations to monitor local area networks, instead of purchasing dedicated network analyzer hardware.
  95. Mogul, J. C. 1992. "Holy Turbocharger Batman, (evil cheating), NFS async writes," Message-ID <1992Mar2.191711.9935@PA.dec.com>, Usenet, comp.protocols.nfs Newsgroup (Mar.).Some interesting statistics on internet checksum errors collected on a busy NFS server over 40 days.
  96. Mogul, J. C. 1993. "IP Network Performance," in Internet System Handbook, eds. D. C. Lynch and M. T. Rose, pp. 575-675. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.Covers numerous topics in the TCP/IP protocols that are candidates for tuning to obtain optimal performance.
  97. Mogul, J. C. Deering, S. E. 1990. "Path MTU Discovery," RFC 1191, 19 pages (Apr.).
  98. Mogul, J. C. Postel, J. B. 1985. "Internet Standard Subnetting Procedure," RFC 950, 18 pages (Aug.).
  99. Moore, K. 1993. "MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) Part Two: Message Header Extensions for Non-ASCII Text," RFC 1522, 10 pages (Sept.).Describes a way to send non-ASCII characters in RFC 822 mail headers, using 7-bit ASCII.
  100. Moy, J. 1991. "OSPF Version 2," RFC 1247, 189 pages (July).
  101. Nagle, J. 1984. "Congestion Control in IP/TCP Internetworks," RFC 896, 9 pages (Jan.).Description of the Nagle algorithm.
  102. Nye, A., ed. 1992. The X Window System, Volume 0: X Protocol Reference Manual, Third Edition. O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, Calif.
  103. Obraczaka, K., Danzig, P. B., Li, S. 1993. "Internet Resource Discovery Services," IEEE Computer, vol. 26, no. 9, pp. 8–22 (Sept.).Presents an overview of current Internet resource discovery tools: Alex, Archie, Gopher, Indie, Knowbot Information Service, Netfind, Prospero, WAIS, WWW, and X.500. A PostScript copy of this paper is available via anonymous FTP from the host caldera.usc.edu in the file /pub/kobraczk/ieeecomputer.ps.Z.
  104. Papadopoulos, C., Parulkar, G. M. 1993. "Experimental Evaluation of SunOS IPC and TCP/IP Protocol Implementation," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 199–216 (Apr).Measures the overhead involved at different layers of the protocol suite as data is sent and received.
  105. Partridge, C. 1986. "Mail Routing and the Domain System," RFC 974, 7 pages (Jan.).How to use DNS MX records for mail routing.
  106. Partridge, C. 1994. Gigabit Networking. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.Describes the issues involved when network speeds exceed one gigabit per second.
  107. Partridge, C., Pink, S. 1993. "A Faster UDP," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 429–440 (Aug.).Describes implementation improvements to the Berkeley sources to speed up UDP performance about 30%.
  108. Paxson, V. 1993. "Empirically-Derived Analytic Models of Wide-Area TCP Connections: Extended Report," LBL-34086, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and EECS Division, University of California, Berkeley (June).Contains an analysis of 2.5 million TCP connections that occurred during 14 wide-area traffic traces. A PostScript copy of this report is available via anonymous FTP from the host ftp.ee.lbl.gov in the files WAN-TCP-models.1.ps.Z and WAN-TCP-models.2.ps.Z.
  109. Perlman, R. 1992. Interconnections: Bridges and Routers. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A book with lots of details on ways to interconnect networks (bridges and routers) along with various routing algorithms.
  110. Plummer, D. C. 1982. "An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol," RFC 826, 10 pages (Nov.).
  111. Postel, J. B. 1980. "User Datagram Protocol," RFC 768, 3 pages (Aug.).
  112. Postel, J. B., ed. 1981a. "Internet Protocol," RFC 791, 45 pages (Sept.).
  113. Postel, J. B. 1981b. "Internet Control Message Protocol," RFC 792, 21 pages> (Sept.).
  114. Postel, J. B., ed. 1981c. "Transmission Control Protocol," RFC 793, >85 pages (Sept.).
  115. Postel, J. B. 1982. "Simple Mail Transfer Protocol," RFC 821, 68 pages (Aug.).
  116. Postel. J. B. 1987. "TCP and IP Bake Off," RFC 1025, 6 pages (Sept.).Describes some of the procedures and scoring performed between different implementations of TCP/IP during its early development phases to test for interoperability.
  117. Postel, J. B., ed. 1994. "Internet Official Protocol Standards," RFC 1600, 36 pages (Mar.).The status of all Internet protocols. This RFC is updated regularly—check the latest RFC index for the current version.
  118. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983a. "Telnet Protocol Specification," RFC 854, 15 pages (May).The basic Telnet protocol specification. Many later RFCs describe specific Telnet options.
  119. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983b. "Telnet Binary Transmission," RFC 856, 4 pages (May).
  120. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983c. "Telnet Echo Option," RFC 857, 5 pages (May).
  121. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983d. "Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option," RFC 858, 3 pages (May).
  122. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983e. "Telnet Status Option," RFC 859, 3 pages (May).
  123. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1983f. "Telnet Timing Mark Option," RFC 860, 4 pages (May).
  124. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1985. "File Transfer Protocol (FTP)," RFC 959, 69 pages (Oct.).
  125. Postel, J. B., Reynolds, J. K. 1988. "Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over IEEE 802 Networks," RFC 1042, 15 pages (Apr.).The specification for the encapsulation of IP datagrams and ARP requests and replies on IEEE 802 networks.
  126. Pusateri, T. 1993. "IP Multicast Over Token-Ring Local Area Networks," RFC 1469, 4 pages (June).
  127. Rago, S. A. 1993. UNIX System V Network Programming. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.A book on TLI and the streams subsystem.
  128. Rekhter, Y., Gross, P. 1991. "Application of the Border Gateway Protocol in the Internet," RFC 1268, 13 pages (Oct.).
  129. Rekhter, Y., Li, T. 1993. "An Architecture for IP Address Allocation with CIDR," RFC 1518, 27 pages (Sept.).
  130. Reynolds, J. K. 1989. "The Helminthiasis of the Internet," RFC 1135, 33 pages (Dec.)Contains a detailed discussion of the Internet worm of 1988.
  131. Reynolds, J. K., Postel, J. B. 1992. "Assigned Numbers," RFC 1340, 138 pages (July).All the magic numbers in the Internet protocol suite. This RFC is updated regularly—check the latest RFC index for the current version.
  132. Romkey, J. L. 1988. "A Nonstandard for Transmission of IP Datagrams Over Serial Lines: SLIP," RFC 1055, 6 pages (June).
  133. Rose, M. T. 1990. The Open Book: A Practical Perspective on OSI. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.A book on the OSI protocols. Chapter 8 provides additional details on ASN.1 and BER.
  134. Rose, M. T. 1993. The Internet Message: Closing the Book with Electronic Mail. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.A book on Internet mail, with details on MIME.
  135. Rose, M. T. 1994. The Simple Book: An Introduction to Internet Management, Second Edition. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.A book on SNMPv2. The first edition of this book covered SNMPv1.
  136. Rose, M. T., McCloghrie, K. 1990. "Structure and Identification of Management Information for TCP/IP-based Internets," RFC 1155, 22 pages (May).Defines the SMI for SNMPv1.
  137. Rosenberg, W., Kenney, D., Fisher, G. 1992. Understanding DCE. O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, Calif.Provides an overview of OSF's Distributed Computing Environment.
  138. Routhier, S. A. 1993. "Implementation Experience for SNMPv2," The Simple Times, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 1–4 (July-Aug.).Describes modifying an SNMPv1 implementation to support SNMPv2.This journal is distributed electronically at no charge. Send e-mail with a subject of help to st-subscriptions@simple-times.org to receive subscription information.
  139. Schryver, V. J. 1993. "Info on High Speed Transport Protocols Requested," Message-ID , Usenet, comp.protocols.tcp-ip Newsgroup (May).Provides TCP performance numbers for some FDDI implementations.
  140. Schwartz, M. F., Tsirigotis, P. G. 1991. "Experience with a Semantically Cognizant Internet White Pages Directory Tool," Journal of Internetworking Research and Experience, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 23–50 (Mar.).Also available by anonymous FTP from the host ftp.cs.colorado.edu in the file pub/cs/techreports/schwartz/PostScript/White.Pages.ps.Z.
  141. Simpson, W. A. 1993. "The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)," RFC 1548, 53 pages (Dec.).Defines PPP and its link control protocol.>
  142. Sollins, K. R. 1992. "The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2)," >RFC 1350, 11 pages (July).
  143. Stallings, W. 1987. Handbook of Computer-Communications Standards, Volume 2: Local Network Standards. Macmillan, New York.Contains details on the IEEE 802 local area network standards.
  144. Stallings, W. 1993. SNMP, SNMPv2, and CMIP: The Practical Guide to Network-Management Standards. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass.Describes the differences between SNMPv1 and SNMPv2.
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