467 Burchfiel Feb 73 Proposed Change to Host-Host
Protocol Resynchronization of
To achieve resynchronization of allocation, this RFC proposes the
addition of two commands to the host-host protocol.
466 Winett Feb 73 Telnet Logger/Server for Host LL-67
This RFC contains writeup documents on the Telnet Logger/Server
for the CP/CMS system on the Lincoln Laboratory 360/67.
465 Never Issued.
464 Kudlick Feb 73 Resource Notebook Framework
This document presents a framework for coordinating all the
surveys and data gathering efforts concerned with "resource
notebook" type of information.
463 Bhushan Feb 73 FTP Comments and Response to RFC 430
This RFC represents the author's response to RFC 430 and other
462 Iseli Feb 73 Responding to User Needs
A proposal to have network documentation maintained at the source,
that is, by each site, and available as a distributed database.
461 McKenzie Feb 73 Telnet Meeting Announcement
Plans for a meeting on Telnet to be held March 1973.
460 Kline Feb 73 NCP Survey
This RFC is a first in a series which will request information on
implmentation of host-to-host protocol.
459 Kantrowitz Feb 73 Network Questionnaires
Suggests that there is too much or too many different people
trying to gather data from all the other sites.
458 Bressler Feb 73 Mail Retrieval via FTP
Proposal of two new FTP commands called ReaDMailFile and ReaDMail.
457 Walden Feb 73 TIPUG
How to get updates to the TIP Users Guide.
456 NIC Feb 73 Memorandum
Change in the meeting time for the Network Mail meeting discussed
in RFC 453.
455 McKenzie Feb 73 Traffic Statistics
Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of January
1973. Updates RFC 443.
454 McKenzie Feb 73 File Transfer Protocol (Meeting
Announcement and a New Proposed
The specification of the File Transfer Protocol and the
announcement of a meeting (March 1973) to discuss it.
453 Kudlick Feb 73 Meeting Announcement to Discuss a
Network Mail System
Plans for a meeting on electronic mail held February 1973. See
452 Winett Feb 73 Telnet Command at Host LL
This RFC documents the use of the Telnet command at Host LL for
uses under the CP/CMS time-sharing system.
451 Padlipsky Feb 73 Tentative Proposal for a Unified
User Level Protocol
A suggestion for the idea of a network standard command language
for interactive systems.
450 Padlipsky Feb 73 Multics Sampling Timeout Change
Announcement of better service for experimental users of MIT
449 Walden Jan 73 The Current Flow-Control Scheme for
Updates RFC 442.
448 Braden Feb 73 Print Files in FTP
This document reviews the problem of print files.
447 McKenzie Jan 73 IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedule
Updates RFC 434.
446 Deutsch Jan 73 Proposal to Consider a Network
Program Resource Notebook
445 McKenzie Jan 73 IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance
444 Never Issued.
443 McKenzie Jan 73 Traffic Statistics
Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of December
1972. Updates RFC 422.
442 Cerf Jan 73 The Current Flow-Control Scheme for
This RFC discusses the current flow-control scheme for IMPSYS.
441 Bressler Jan 73 Inter-Entity Communication - An
A status report concerning an experiment based on the desire of
users, at their consoles, to converse with one another, and to
receive some debugging assistance.
440 Walden Jan 73 Scheduled Network Software
Explains plans and schedule for IMP software maintenance, expands
the normal time slot.
439 Cerf Jan 73 PARRY Encounters the Doctor
A lighthearted documentation on a session that actually happened
on September 18, 1972.
438 Thomas Jan 73 FTP Server-Server Interaction
This document suggests a simple extension to FTP which would allow
a FTP user process at one site to arrange for FTP server processes
at other sites to act cooperatively on its behalf.
437 Faeh Jun 73 Data Reconfiguration Service at UCSB
Announcement of the availability of the Data Reconfiguration
Service (DRS) at UCSB.
436 Krilanovich Jan 73 Announcement of RJS at UCSB
Announcement of the availability of RJS at UCSB.
435 Cosell Jan 73 Telnet Issues
This RFC discusses a number of Telnet related issues, with the
central issue of discussion being echoing.
434 McKenzie Jan 73 IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedule
Explains plans and schedule for IMP and TIP upgrades.
433 Postel Dec 72 Socket Number List
Establishment of assigned socket numbers to be used for public
functions. This RFC has been replaced by RFC 997 and 990.
432 Neigus Dec 72 Network Logical Map
Attachment of the network logical map as of December 30, 1972.
431 Krilanovich Dec 72 Update on SMFS Login and Logout
This document obsoletes RFC 399, which introduced the Login and
Logout commands for UCSB's SMFS, but was incomplete. RFC 399 is
restated more fully in this RFC.
430 Braden Feb 73 Comments on File Transfer Protocol
Discusses several issues in FTP.
429 Postel Dec 72 Character Generator Process
A proposal that there be a standard process implemented on
whatever hosts desire which generates character data with out any
regard to input.
428 Never Issued.
427 Never Issued.
426 Thomas Jan 73 Reconnection Protocol
This document describes several situations in which the ability to
reconnect is useful, presents a mechanism to achieve
reconnections, sketches how the mechanism could be added to
Host-Host or Telnet protocol, and recommends a place for the
mechanism in the protocol hierarchy.
425 Bressler Dec 72 "But my NCP costs $500 a day..."
Discussion on the cost of network software and network use.
424 Never Issued.
423 Noble Dec 72 UCLA Campus Computing Network
Liaison Staff for ARPA Network
A list of ARPA network contacts at CCN. Updates RFC 389.
422 McKenzie Dec 72 Traffic Statistics
Report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of November
1972. Updates RFC 413.
421 McKenzie Nov 72 A Software Consulting Service for
An announcement of a BBN software consulting service that has been
established for ARPA network users.
420 Murray Jan 73 CCA ICCC Weather Demo
Announcement that the weather demo for the ICCC show is now
419 Vezza Dec 72 MIT-DMS on Vacation
The MIT Dynamic Modeling System will be down for 2-4 weeks.
418 Hathaway Nov 72 Server File Transfer Under TSS/360
at NASA/Ames Research Center
This RFC is a description of the initial implementation of Server
File Transfer at NASA-Ames Research Center.
417 Postel Nov 72 LINK Usage Violation
The protocol police issue a citation.
416 Norton Nov 72 The ARC System will be Unavailable
for Use During Thanksgiving Week
The SRI-ARC machine will be down for 9-10 days.
415 Murray Nov 72 TENEX Bandwidth
Considerations of the performances of each host. References
414 Bhushan Nov 72 File Transfer Protocols (FTP) Status
and Further Comments
A status report on working server and user FTPs.
413 McKenzie Nov 72 Traffic Statistics
Three sets of network traffic statistic reports. Updates RFC 400.
412 Hicks Nov 72 User FTP Documentation
A "help" file for the Utah-10 implementation of the User FTP
411 Padlipsky Nov 72 New Multics Network Software
Discussion on two recently-installed features of the Multics
410 McQuillan Nov 72 Removal of the 30-Second Delay When
Hosts Come Up
A proposal to elminate the 30-second delay altogether.
409 White Dec 72 TENEX Interface to UCSB's
Simple-Minded File System
This document is intended to provide users with the information
necessary to use SMFS from a terminal; the reader is assumed
familiar with Tenex.
408 Owen Oct 72 NETBANK
A proposed idea for a protocol (or service) that is offered as an
aid to network use for new users.
407 Bressler Oct 72 Remote Job Entry Protocol
The release of the official Remote Job Entry Protocol, per the
406 McQuillan Oct 72 Scheduled IMP Software Releases
Explains the plans and schedule for IMP software maintenance.
405 McKenzie Oct 72 Correction to RFC 404
Typographical error notation. Obsoletes RFC 404.
404 McKenzie Oct 72 Host Address Changes Involving Rand
The new address of ISI is IMP 22. THe new address of RAND is
403 Hicks Jan 73 Desirability of a Network 1108
402 NIC Oct 72 ARPA Network Mailing Lists
Obsoletes RFC 363.
401 Hansen Oct 72 Conversion of NGP-0 Coordinates to
Device Specific Coordinates
A means is described to convert NGP coordinates to interger
coordinates in the range zero to M, where M is the maximum address
of the device screen on a machine using 2's complement arithmetic.
400 McKenzie Oct 72 Traffic Statistics
A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
September 1972. Updates RFC 391.
399 Krilanovich Sep 72 SMFS Login and Logout
398 Pickens Sep 72 UCSB Online Graphics
Announcement that users with Tektronix or IMLAC terminals, or with
systems that support the proposed Level 0 graphics protocol can
access UCSB graphics.
397 Never Issued.
396 Bunch Nov 72 Network Graphics Working Group
Meeting - Second Iteration
395 McQuillan Oct 72 Switch Settings on IMPs and TIPs
Discussion on a description of the switches on the front panel of
IMPs and TIPs that are important to the correct operation of the
394 McQuillan Sep 72 Two Proposed Changes to the IMP-HOST
Updates RFC 381. This note describes two changes to the IMP-Host
communication protocol described in BBN Report 1822.
393 Winett Oct 72 Comments on Telnet Protocol Changes
Comments and objections to two of the three recent suggestions for
changing the Telnet protocol as described in RFC 328.
392 Hicks Sep 72 Measurement of Host Costs for
Transmitting Network Data
Discussion of Utah's development of a program to use the Remote
Job Service System (RJS) at UCLA-CCN in conjunction with Utah's
391 McKenzie Sep 72 Traffic Statistics
A report on the Host traffic statistics for the month of
August 1972. Updates RFC 378.
390 Braden May 72 TSO Scenario Batch Compilation and
An example session with TSO on UCLA-CCN.
389 Noble Aug 72 UCLA Campus Computing Network
Liaison Staff for ARPA Network
A list for ARPA Network contacts at UCLA/CCN.
388 Cerf Aug 72 NCP Statistics
Updates RFC 323. Announcement that UCLA/NMC is prepared to gather
NCP statistics on a daily basis.
387 Kelley Aug 72 Some Experiences in Implementing
Network Graphics Protocol Level 0
386 Cosell Aug 72 Letter to TIP Users - 2
A second point of information letter to TIP users. Updates
385 Bhushan Aug 72 Comments on the File Transfer
Protocol (RFC 354)
The comments in this document include errata, further discussion,
emphasis points, and additions to the protocol. Updates RFC 354.
384 North Aug 72 Official Site IDENTS for
Organizations in the ARPA Network
Includes two lists, a list in alpha order and a list by Site
address. Obsoletes RFC 289.
383 Never Issued.
382 McDaniel Aug 72 Mathematical Software on the ARPA
Comments on the efforts to develop high quality libraries of
mathematical and statistical subroutines.
381 McQuillan Jul 72 Three Aids to Improved Network
Discusses helpful aids to improved network operation: schedules of
software maintenance, IMP-to-Host communication, and network news
380 Never Issued.
379 Braden Aug 72 Using TSO at CCN
Announcement that IBM's Time Sharing Option (TSO) is up on a
regularly scheduled basis at UCLA/CCN.
378 McKenzie Aug 72 Traffic Statistics
Traffic statistics for the month of July 1972.
377 Braden Aug 72 Using TSO Via ARPA Network Virtual
Announcement of IBM's Time Sharing Option (TSO) availability at
UCLA/CCN on Socket 1, using the standard Telnet protocol.
376 Westheimer Aug 72 Network Host Status
Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 31 to August 4.
Updates RFC 370.
375 Never Issued.
374 McKenzie Jul 72 IMP System Announcement
Updates RFCs 331,343,359.
373 McCarthy Jul 72 Arbitrary Character Sets
Suggests how to get arbitrary characters sets stored in computers
and to be able to display them on any CRT screen, edit them using
any keyboard, and print them on any printer.
372 Watson Jul 72 Notes on a Conversation with Bob
Kahn on the ICCC
Discussion on some aspects of the ICCC meeting demonstration.
371 Kahn Jul 72 Demonstration at International
Computer Communications Conference
Observation and notes on the ICCC meeting demonstration.
370 Westheimer Jul 72 Network Host Status
Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 17 to July 28.
Updates RFC 367.
369 Pickens Jul 72 Evaluation of ARPANET Services
(January through March, 1972)
This paper provides descriptions, surveys, critiques of ARPANET
services, and suggestions for improvement.
368 Braden Jul 72 Comments on "Proposed Remote Job
Suggestions on honing the final standard of the RJE protocol
(references RFC 360).
367 Westheimer Jul 72 Network Host Status
Report on the status of Network Hosts from July 1 to July 16.
Updates RFC 366.
366 Westheimer Jul 72 Network Host Status
Report on the status of Network Hosts from June 19 to June 30.
Updates RFC 362.
365 Walden Jul 72 A Letter to All TIP Users
Descriptions of new commands that have recently been added to the
"TIP Users Guide".
364 Abrams Jul 72 Serving Remote Users on the ARPANET
This paper asserts that a problem exists in serving remote users
and offers a set of suggestions for its amelioration.
363 NIC Aug 72 ARPA Network Mailing Lists
Obsoletes RFC 329.
362 Westheimer Jun 72 Network Host Status
Report on the status of Network Hosts from June 5 to June 16.
Updates RFC 353.
361 Bressler Jul 72 In Response to RFCs 347 and 348
Deamon Processes on Host 106.
360 Holland Jun 72 Proposed Remote Job Entry Protocol
This protocol specifies the Network standard procedures for remote
job entry as a mechanism whereby a user at one location causes a
batch-processing job to be run at some other location.
359 Walden Jun 72 The Status of the Release of the New
IMP System (2600)
Obsoletes RFC 343.
358 Never Issued.
357 Davidson Jun 72 An Echoing Strategy for Satellite
This document describes a strategy which will eliminate the delay
associated with simple echoing and allow the transmission delay to
be hidden in the cost of computation only. This scheme is
proposed as an optional addition to existing User Telnets; its use
requires the explicit support of a cooperating server process.
356 Alter Jun 72 ARPA Network Control Center
Announcement of the NCC's new operation schedule.
355 Davidson Jun 72 Response to RFC 346
354 Bhushan Jul 72 The File Transfer Protocol
This RFC obsoletes RFCs 264,265. The File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
is a protocol for file transfer between HOSTs on the ARPANET. The
primary function of FTP is to transfer files efficiently and
reliably among hosts and to allow the convenient use of remote
file storage capabilities.
353 Westheimer Jun 72 Network Host Status
Status report of most Network Hosts from May 22 to June 2.
Updates RFC 344.
352 Crocker Jun 72 TIP Site Information Form (Graphics)
An information form to provide additional information for TIP
users of the NET.
351 Crocker Jun 72 (Graphics) Information Form for the
ARPANET Graphics Resources Notebook
A questionnaire about the state of graphics resources at various
350 Stoughton May 72 User Accounts for UCSB On-Line
Announcement of new login parameters for the UCSB On-Line System.
349 Postel May 72 Proposed Standard Socket Numbers
A proposal to officially standardize socket number assignments.
348 Postel May 72 Discard Process
A RFC discussing debugging and measurement puposes for those hosts
which are willing to implement a "Discard" process. Old version;
see RFC 863.
347 Postel May 72 Echo Process
A RFC discussing debugging and measurement puposes for those hosts
which are willing to implement an "Echo" process. Old version;
see RFC 862.
346 Postel May 72 Satellite Considerations
Discussion on using space satellite transmission links in the
345 Kelly May 72 Interest in Mixed Integer
Programming (MPSX on 360/91 at CCN)
Request for interested persons in the MPSX to contact author.
344 Westheimer May 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 342.
343 McKenzie May 72 IMP System Change Notification
Obsoletes RFC 331. Release of IMPSYS 2600 was unsuccessful.
342 Westheimer May 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 332.
341 Never Issued.
340 O'Sullivan May 72 Proposed Telnet Changes
A proposed change to the Telnet protocol calling for one standard
protocol and dropping the idea of minimum implementation.
339 Thomas May 72 MLTNET - A "Multi-Telnet" Subsystem
This RFC describes MLTNET as a Telnet-like facility for Tenex
which enables a user to control a number of jobs, running on
different ARPANET hosts. MLTNET is currently a subsystem on the
338 Braden May 72 EBCDIC/ASCII Mapping for Network RJE
This RFC proposes: to make all users of NETRJS aware of the
changed ASCII mapping; to call this problem to the attention of
the Network RJE Protocol committee; and to knowledge and support
Joel Winett's pioneering work in this area.
337 Never Issued.
336 Cotton May 72 Level 0 Graphic Input Protocol
A description of the graphics input protocol as discussed at a
Network Graphics Working Group meeting.
335 Bryan May 72 New Interface-IMP/360
Announcement of a new interface and requests to hear of any
difficulties network users encounter while operating with UCSB.
334 McKenzie May 72 Network Use on May 8
333 Bressler May 72 A Proposed Experiment with a Message
This document attempts to sketch how one would organize the lowest
level host-host protocol in the ARPANET around Message Switching
Protocols (MSPs) and how this organization would affect the
implementation of the host software.
332 Westheimer Apr 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 330.
331 McQuillan Apr 72 IMP System Change Notification
Announcement of the release of IMPSYS 2600.
330 Westheimer Apr 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 326.
329 NIC May 72 ARPA Network Mailing Lists
328 Postel Apr 72 Suggested Telnet Protocol Changes
This RFC proposes changes to the Telnet protocol.
327 Bhushan Apr 72 Data and File Transfer Workshop
326 Westheimer Apr 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 319.
325 Hicks Apr 72 Network Remote Job Entry Program -
Report on the NETRJS running at the University of Utah.
324 Postel Apr 72 RJE Protocol Meeting
Announcement of a RJE Protocol meeting at UCLA.
323 Cerf Mar 72 Formation of Network Measurement
Describes some network measurement results, some plans for further
measurement and the formation of an interest group.
322 Cerf Mar 72 Well Known Socket Numbers
Announcement of intent to catalog all sockets which are supposed
to be well-known.
321 Karp Mar 72 CBI Networking Activity at MITRE
Response to RFC 313 - comments on Computer Based Instruction.
320 Reddy Mar 72 Workshop on Hard Copy Line Graphics
Announcement of a one day workshop on the XCRIBL system at CMU.
319 Westheimer Mar 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 315.
318 Postel Apr 72 Ad Hoc Telnet Protocol
Obsoletes RFC 158. This Telnet specification was effective for
317 Postel Mar 72 Official Host-Host Protocol
Modification: Assigned Link Numbers
Lists current Link number assignments. This RFC has been replaced
by RFCs 997 and 990.
316 McKay Feb 72 ARPA Network Data Management Working
Group Meeting Report
315 Westheimer Mar 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 306.
314 Cotton Mar 72 Next Network Graphics Working Group
Describes plans for a graphics meeting to be held in April 1972.
313 O'Sullivan Mar 72 Computer Based Instruction
This paper has two purposes: to solicit comments from the NWG and
others on how selected classes of resources of a General Purpose
Network might be applied to the field of Computer Based
Instructions; and initiate a dialog between interested parties on
the problem of Computer Base Instruction.
312 McKenzie Mar 72 Proposed Change in IMP-to-Host
This RFC proposes a redefinition of the IMP-to-Host error message
types and the creation of additional IMP-to-Host error message
types. These changes should assist the Hosts in determining
appropriate recovery action without causing any serious
311 Bryan Feb 72 New Console Attachments to the UCSB
Describes types of terminals used at UCSB.
310 Bhushan Apr 72 Another Look at Data and File
This paper suggests some specific changes in DTP and FTP that
should make them more useful and/or simplify implementation.
309 Bhushan Mar 72 Data and File Tranfer Workshop
Describes plans for a meeting on FTP to be held April 1972.
308 Seriff Mar 72 ARPANET Host Availability Data
A SURVEY program is up and working to aid in gathering information
on the availability of various Hosts on the ARPANET.
307 Harslem Feb 72 Using Network Remote Job Entry
Announcement of a program on a PDP-10 allowing access to the
Remote Job Service (RJS) at UCLA.
306 Westheimer Feb 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 298.
305 Alter Jan 72 Unknown Host Numbers
Discusses testing of IMPs and notes that this may cause some hosts
to receive messages from unregistered addresses.
304 McKay Feb 72 A Data Management System Proposal
for the ARPA Network
A proposal to provide a framework that will allow the ARPA
community to recognize and develop the necessary tools in a
unified manner enabling the network to manage its resources to the
best advantage of the user.
303 NIC Feb 72 ARPA Network Mailing List
Obsoletes RFC 300.
302 Bryan Feb 72 Excercising the ARPANET
Describes a class project to tryout hosts on the ARPANET.
301 Alter Feb 72 BBN IMP (No. 5) and NCC Schedule for
March 4, 1972
BBN host will be down for a day for moving equipment.
300 NIC Jan 72 ARPA Network Mailing Lists
Obsoletes RFC 211.
299 Hopkin Feb 72 Information Management System
Announcement of intent to build an Information Management and
Statistical System for the ILLIAC IV.
298 Westheimer Feb 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 293.
297 Walden Jan 72 TIP Message Buffers
Discussion regarding the size of the TIP's message buffers.
296 Liddle Jan 72 DS-1 Display System
This RFC describes a proposed modular graphic/alphanumeric display
system containing a 512 by 512 line, 60 line per inch plasma
display/memory panel and a minprocessor. It is intended to
combine the advantages of display memory and local processing
power in three general modes.
295 Postel Oct 71 Report of the Protocol Workshop
A report on the decisions reached at the protocol workshop held in
conjunction with the NWG meeting of 10 October 1971.
294 Bhushan Jan 72 The Use of "Set Data Type"
Transaction in File Transfer
Updates RFC 265.
293 Westheimer Jan 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 288.
292 Michener Jan 72 Graphics Protocol - Level 0 only
A description of part of the proposed Network Standard Graphics
Protocol for transmitting graphics data within the ARPA network.
The particular aspects covered are related to the form and content
of graphics information sent from a source of graphical
information to a display package for output to a graphics console.
291 McKay Jan 72 Data Management Meeting Announcement
A meeting about datamanagement will be held February 1972.
290 Mullery Jan 72 Computer Network and Data Sharing: A
Updates RFC 243.
289 Watson Dec 71 What We Hope is an Official List of
An accepted list of official formal host names and nicknames.
288 Westheimer Jan 72 Network Host Status
Updates RFC 287.
287 Westheimer Dec 71 Network Host Status
Reports on tests of host availability for 6 Dec to 18 Dec 1971.
286 Forman Dec 71 Network Library Information System
This RFC solicites interested parties in the ARPA community to
form a working group whose interests include developing a new
system that would enable computer query of Library holdings.
Georgetown University is currently designing a Learning Resource
Center which could be the prototype of the proposed working group.
285 Huff Dec 71 Network Graphics
This paper is aimed at bringing together the present state of
graphics on the NET for the newcomer and attempting to add a
little more documentation to the current ground covered in
graphics research by ARPA.
284 Never Issued.
283 Braden Dec 71 NETRJT - Remote Job Service Protocol
Discusses how it may be feasible in the future to use TIPS for
remote job entry in one or more of three ways: attach local card
readers, line printer, and card punches directly to TIP ports,
connect a remote batch terminal to a full-duplex TIP port via a
communication line, and/or use the tape drive, and do card-to-tape
and/or tape-to-print on another computer.
282 Padlipsky Dec 71 Graphics Meeting Report
Describes a graphics meeting held November 1972.
281 McKenzie Dec 71 A Suggested Addition to File
Suggests an improved restart procedure in FTP.
280 Watson Nov 71 A Draft Set of Host Names
A proposed list of names for hosts.
279 Never Issued.
278 Bhushan Nov 71 Revision of the Mail Box Protocol
This paper obsoletes RFC 221. The changes to RFC 221 are
presented in this document. The protocol is also restated for
277 Never Issued.
276 Watson Nov 71 NIC Course
A course announcement from the NIC on the use of its Online System
275 Never Issued.
274 Forman Nov 71 Establishing a Local Guide for
Discussion on the best solutions to the general problem of
interfacing Hosts to IMPs.
273 Watson Oct 71 More on Standard Host Names
Discussion on the best way to set up naming schemes for standard
272 Never Issued.
271 Cosell Jan 72 IMP System Change Notification
Announcement of a new version of the IMP System, Version 2514.
270 McKenzie Jan 72 Correction to BBN Report No. 1822
Updates pages 25 and 26 of BBN report 1822.
269 Brodie Dec 71 Some Experience with File Transfer
Updates RFCs 122,238,172.
268 Postel Nov 71 Graphic Facilities Information
Request for graphics information.
267 Westheimer Nov 71 Network Host Status
Reports on tests of host availability for 8 Nov to 19 Nov 1971.
266 Westheimer Nov 71 Network Host Status
Reports on tests of host availability for 25 Oct to 5 Nov 1971.
265 Bhushan Nov 71 The File Transfer Protocol
This paper is a revision of RFC 172. The changes to RFC 172 are
presented in this document. The protocol is also restated for
264 Bhushan Nov 71 The Data Transfer Protocol
This paper is a revision of RFC 171. The changes to RFC 171 are
presented in this document. The protocol is also restated for
263 McKenzie Dec 71 "Very Distant" Host Interface
Discussion on the best solutions to the general problem of
interfacing Hosts to IMPs.
262 Never Issued.
261 Never Issued.
260 Never Issued.
259 Never Issued.
258 Never Issued.
257 Never Issued.
256 Cosell Nov 71 IMPSYS Change Notification
Announcement of a new version of the IMP system, Version 2513.
255 Westheimer Oct 71 Site Status
Updates RFC 252.
254 Bhushan Oct 71 Scenarios for Using ARPANET
This document is provided to facilitate the use of ARPANET host
computer systems via the ARPANET. The objective of these
scenarios is to aid a user in sampling host computers on the
ARPANET, thereby stimulating his interest in using the ARPANET.
253 Moorer Oct 71 Second Network Graphics Meeting
Plans for a graphics meeting to be held November 1971. See RFC
252 Westheimer Oct 71 Site Status
Updates RFC 240.
251 Stern Oct 71 Weather Data
Announcement of the USAF Environmental Technical Application
Center (ETAC) services in providing weather data for the ARPA
250 Brodie Oct 71 Some Thoughts on File Transfer
Further clarification and proposed revision on several aspects of
the proposed Data Transfer Protocol and the File Transfer
249 Borelli Oct 71 Coordination of Equipment and
Announcement of an agreement reached regarding the study of the
feasibility of a coordinating point for purchases of equipment and
supplies to be used on the network.
248 Never Issued.
247 Karp Oct 71 Proffered Set of Standard Host Names
Proposed general set of rules for forming Host Names. Obsoletes
246 Vezza Oct 71 Networks Graphics Meeting
245 Falls Oct 71 Reservations for Network Group
244 Never Issued.
243 Mullery Oct 71 Network and Data Sharing
Updated by RFC 290.
242 Haibt Jul 71 Data Descriptive Language for Shared
Discussion of representation differences. Three categories are
defined: very local representation, representation of collections
of data, and other more complex structures that data collections
241 McKenzie Sep 71 Connecting Computers to MLC Ports
Discussion on the pros and cons of computers being connected
through serial communication lines to ports on the Terminal IMP's
Multi-Line Controller (MLC).
240 McKenzie Sep 71 Site Status
A reissue of RFC 235, without typographical errors.
239 Braden Sep 71 Host Mnemonics Proposed in RFC 226
Discussion and comments on RFC 226.
238 Braden Sep 71 Comments on DTP and FTP Protocols
This RFC updates RFCs 171,172.
237 Watson Sep 71 The NIC's View of Standard Host
The NIC strongly favors standardization of host names. In this
RFC, the NIC proposes that any standard naming scheme should take
into account certain considerations.
236 Postel Sep 71 Standard Host Names
An update of RFC 229, with some modifications included.
235 Westheimer Sep 71 Site Status
Starting with this RFC, BBN will report on the status of most
234 Vezza Oct 71 Network Working Group Meeting
Plans for a Network Working Group meeting in October 1971.
233 Bhushan Sep 71 Standardization of Host Call Letters
A currently recommended list of call letters.
232 Vezza Sep 71 Announcement of the next Network
Schedule conflict and postponement of the graphics meeting.
231 Heafner Sep 71 Service Center Standards for Remote
Usage - A User's View
A statement of views on service center standards. An input to the
service center panel discussion of the October Network meeting.
230 Pyke Sep 71 Toward Reliable Operation of
Minicomputer-based Terminals on a
Points out inadequate error detection and initiation of corrective
measures in the present protocol for communication between a TIP
and attached terminals. References RFC 203.
229 Postel Sep 71 Standard Host Names
A suggestion of eight character names and a proposed list of
228 Walden Sep 71 Clarification
A correction to RFC 70.
227 Heafner Sep 71 Data Transfer Rates (RAND/UCLA)
A memo on data rates typical of the RJS use at UCLA CCN.
226 Karp Sep 71 Standardization of Host Mnemonics
A list of Host Mnemonics is provided.
225 Harslem Sep 71 RAND/UCSB Network Graphics
Describes use from RAND of the UCSB-OLS system.
224 McKenzie Sep 71 Comments on Mailbox Protocol
Comments on electronic mail and TIP's.
223 Melvin Sep 71 Network Information Center Schedule
for Network Users
Access schedule for remote users of the NIC.
222 Metcalfe Sep 71 System Programmer's Workshop
Announcement of the next workshop.
221 Watson Aug 71 A Mail Box Protocol, Version-2
Discussion of the initial reaction to RFC 196.
220 Never Issued
219 Winter Sep 71 User's View of the Datacomputer
A description of the Datacomputer.
218 Cosell Sep 71 Changing the IMP Status Reporting
A change in internal procedures in the ARPANET status reports from
the IMPs to the NIC.
217 White Sep 71 Specification Changes for OLS,
RJE/RJOR, and SMFS
Current listing of documents that have been revised.
216 White Sep 71 Telnet Access to UCSB's On-Line
Discussion of the implementation of a teletype-compatible
interface to UCSB's On-Line System.
215 McKenzie Aug 71 NCP, ICP, and Telnet: The Terminal
Announcement of six Terminal IMPs being incorporated into the
Network, with additional Terminal IMPS scheduled for delivery.
214 Harslem Aug 71 Network Checkout
Notification of the verification of certain sites.
213 Cosell Aug 71 IMP System Change Notification
Several changes in the IMP internal procedures.
212 Vezza Aug 71 NWG Meeting on Network Usage
A mailing list for RFC distribution.
211 NIC Aug 71 ARPA Network Mailing List
210 Conrad Aug 71 Improvement of Flow Control
Discussion of the current "give back" - "return" scheme.
209 Cosell Aug 71 Host/IMP Interface Documentation
Discussion of a change to the IMP and the documentation
(BBN report 1822).
208 McKenzie Aug 71 Address Tables
A table of hosts on or soon to be on the ARPANET.
207 Vezza Aug 71 A September Network Working Group
Next meeting announcement.
206 White Aug 71 A User Telnet Description of an
This document describes a program whose function is to make an
Online System terminal appear to any teletype-compatible,
time-sharing system in the Network as if it were directly
connected to that system.
205 Braden Aug 71 NETCRT - A Character Display
A significant revision of the character-display protocol (NETCRT),
based on CCN's proposed NETCRT from the May NWG Meeting.
204 Postel Aug 71 Sockets in use
Announcement to collect information on the use of socket numbers
for standard service programs.
203 Kalin Aug 71 Achieving Reliable Communication
This is a non-standard protocol, suitable for either second or
third level use and is proposed with the intent of providing error
resistant and highly reliable communication channels.
202 Wolfe Jul 71 Possible Deadlock in ICP
A notation of a possible deadlock that will occur if both sides
open thier send or both sides open their receive sockets first.
201 Never Issued.
200 NIC Aug 71 RFC List by Number
199 Williams Jul 71 Suggestions for a Network
Data-Tablet Graphics Protocol
SDC's comments to the discussion of a protocol for network
graphics within the ARPA Network community. Concern is focused on
the development of the graphics protocol in two areas:
non-interactive graphics and data-tablet graphics, as opposed to
fully interactive graphics.
198 Heafner Jul 71 Site Certification - Lincoln Labs
A report from RAND that Lincoln Labs protocol implementations are
197 Shoshani Jul 71 Initial Connection Protocol -
An attempt at a simple version of ICP, assuming one may add
commands to Host-Host protocol.
196 Watson Jul 71 A Mail Box Protocol
The purpose of this protocol is to provide at each site a standard
mechanism to receive sequential files for immediate or deferred
printing or other uses.
195 Mealy Jul 71 Data Computers - Data Descriptions
and Access Language
This document discusses some of the problems involved in the
unified approach to Network data management, and to suggest
possible avenues of approach toward their resolution.
194 Cerf Jul 71 The Data Reconfiguration Service -
This document describes the new features of the language, the new
syntax, the form interpreter, and the instruction set.
193 Harslem Jul 71 Network Checkout
A report form RAND on testing ten other hosts.
192 Watson Jul 71 Some Factors Which a Network
Graphics Protocol Must Consider
Discussion on what any network graphics protocol should come to
191 Irby Jul 71 Graphics Implementation and
Conceptualization at ARC
A brief description of the way in which graphics terminals are
conceptualized and used at the Augmentation Research Center.
190 Deutsch Jul 71 DEC PDP-10 - IMLAC Communication
This document describes an operational system for communicating
textual display information between a main-site computer and a
remote display processor.
189 Braden Jul 71 Interim NETRJS Specifications
A description of the operation and protocol of the remote job
entry service to CCN's 360 Model 91. This interim protocol will
be implemented as a production service before the end of July.
188 Karp Jan 71 Data Management Meeting Announcement
Plans for a data management meeting to be held Auguest 1971.
187 McKay Jul 71 A Network/440 Protocol Concept
An information Request for Comments that is intended to convey
some of the thinking and philosophy that went into IBM's network
protocol and overall network design.
186 Michener Jul 71 A Network Graphics Loader
The Network Graphics Loader described in this document proposes to
permit remote users on the ARPA network to obtain graphics output
from programs they write for the Evans and Sutherland Line Drawing
185 North Jul 71 NIC Distribution of Manuals and
The NIC request that sites send copies of manuals and handbooks to
184 Kelley Jul 71 Proposed Graphic Display Modes
The ARPA Network node at the University of Illinois' Center for
Advanced Computation is different from other nodes. It is not
just a simple attachment to the net. Establishment of the
computer system specifically for use of the ILLIAC IV and the
network is in process. This paper describes the operating
systems, network interface and utility routines, and ILLIAC IV
routines to be used over the network.
183 Winett Jul 71 The EBCDIC Codes and Their Mapping
This document defines and describes the IBM Standard Extended BCD
Interchange Code. This is done in order to uniquely map the ASCII
codes into corresponding EBCDIC codes in a consistent manner
throughout the ARPA Network.
182 North Jun 71 Compilation of List of Relevant Site
A Network Information Center compilation list of all site-produced
reports which are of interest to Network participants.
181 McConnell Jun 71 Modifications to RFC 177
This document is intended to modify the proposal for a device
independent graphical display description discussed in RFC 177.
The main changes are in the definition of coordinate areas to
avoid one problem encountered with the old definition and to
provide more flexibility.
180 McKenzie Jun 71 File System Questionnaire
An attempt to gather information about local file and data
179 McKenzie Jun 71 Link Number Assignments
This RFC has been replaced by RFCs 997 and 990.
178 Cotton Jun 71 Network Graphic Attention Handling
The process of attention handling is briefly described, various
graphic configurations are discussed, input devices are surveyed
to identify the types of data which they produce, and an attention
protocol is proposed.