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- Repository RFC Ref www
Repository of RFC's in hyperlinked, Ref, colorful HTML format; table of contents appears in separate frame. RFC Ref.
- A RFC Search www
A search engine for locating RFC's and Internet-Drafts. RFC Search.
- Perl RFCUtil www
Perl script allowing access to RFCs by number and full-text search of all documents. RFCUtil. It features command line switches to spawn lynx or w3m to view the RFC, dump to file for offline viewing, or mailing to an address. RFCUtil.
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- Systems RFC 0062 www
Systems for Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network. 0062. D.C. Walden. August 1970. RFC 0062.
- Initial RFC 0093 www
Initial Connection Protocol. 0093. A.M. McKenzie. January 1971. RFC 0093.
- Comments RFC 0176 www
Comments on "Byte Size for Connections". 0176. A.K. Bhushan, R. Kanodia, R.M. Metcalfe, et al. June 1971. RFC 0176.
- ARPA RFC 0155 www
ARPA Network Mailing Lists. 0155. J.B. North. May 1971. RFC 0155.
- Suggested RFC 0281 www
Suggested Addition to File Transfer Protocol. 0281. A.M. McKenzie. December 1971. RFC 0281.
- IMPSYS RFC 0256 www
IMPSYS Change Notification. 0256. B. Cosell. November 1971. RFC 0256.
- Level RFC 0336 www
Level 0 Graphic Input Protocol. 0336. I.W. Cotton. May 1972. RFC 0336.
- File RFC 0354 www
File Transfer Protocol. 0354. A.K. Bhushan. July 1972. RFC 0354.
- Scheduled RFC 0406 www
Scheduled IMP Software Releases. 0406. J.M. McQuillan. October 1972. RFC 0406.
- Update RFC 0431 www
Update on SMFS Login and Logout. 0431. M. Krilanovich. December 1972. RFC 0431.
- Un-Muddling RFC 0501 www
Un-Muddling "Free File Transfer". 0501. K.T. Pogran. May 1973. RFC 0501.
- A RFC 0520 www
A Proposal for File Access Protocol. 0520. J.D. Day. June 1973. RFC 0520.
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General guide to the Internet, LivingInternet.com, includes sections covering the history of the Web, email, Usenet and other topics. LivingInternet.com.
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