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Recommendations for the Phase I Deployment of OSI Directory Services (X.500) and OSI Message Handling Services (X.400) within the ESNET Community

Part 3 of 3, p. 55 to 87
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Appendix B:  Current Activities in X.400

   NOTE:  The following are edited excerpts from the IETF X.400 Services
   Monthly reports as well as a few IETF scope documents.  Effort has
   been taken to make sure this information is current as of February
   1992.  At the end of each section are lists of anonymous FTP and/or
   an e-mail address if more information is desired.

                IETF OSIX400 (IETF OSI X.400 Working Group)

   The IETF OSI X.400 Working Group is chartered to identify and provide
   solutions for problems encountered when operating X.400 in a dual
   protocol internet.  This charter includes pure X.400 operational
   issues as well as X.400 <-> RFC 822 gateway (ala RFC 987) issues.

   Mailing list address:
      General Discussion:  ietf-osi-x400@cs.wisc.edu
      To Subscribe:        ietf-osi-x400-request@cs.wisc.edu

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            IETF X400OPS (IETF X.400 Operations Working Group)

   X.400 management domains are being deployed today on the Internet.
   There is a need for coordination of the various efforts to insure
   that they can interoperate and collectively provide an Internet-wide
   X.400 message transfer service connected to the existing Internet
   mail service.  The overall goal of this group is to insure
   interoperability between Internet X.400 management domains and to the
   existing Internet mail service.  The specific task of this group is
   to produce a document that specifies the requirements and conventions
   of operational Internet PRMDs.

   Mailing list address:
      General Discussion:  ietf-osi-x400ops@pilot.cs.wisc.edu
      To Subscribe:        ietf-osi-x400ops-request@pilot.cs.wisc.edu

     IETF MHS-DS (IETF Message Handling Services - Directory Services)

   The MHS-DS Group works on issues relating to Message Handling Service
   use of Directory Services.  The Message Handling Services are
   primarily X.400, but issues relating to RFC 822 and RFC 822
   interworking, in as far as use of the Directory is concerned, are in
   the scope of the Group.  Directory Services means the services based
   on X.500 as specified by the OSI-DS group (RFCs 1274, 1275, 1276,
   1277, 1278, 1297).  The major aim of this group is to define a set of
   specifications to enable effective large scale deployment of X.400.
   While this Group is not directly concerned with piloting, the focus
   is practical, and implementations of this work by members of the
   Group is expected.

   Mailing list address:
      General Discussion:  mhs-ds@mercury.udev.cdc.com
      To Subscribe:        mhs-ds-request@mercury.udev.cdc.com
   Anonymous FTP site address:  (e-mail archive is here)
      mercury.udev.cdc.com

                         XNREN X.400 Pilot Project

   The Internet X.400 Project at the University of Wisconsin is funded
   by NSF.  We are working on two main areas:

   1.  Supporting the operational use of X.400.

   2.  Working with others to define organizational procedures
       necessary to operate X.400 on a large scale in the Internet.

   To support the use of X.400, we are operating a PRMD, assisting sites
   in running PP or the Wisconsin Argo X.400 software packages, and

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   running an X.400 Message Transfer Agent (MTA) which is connected to
   U.S. and international MTAs using RFC1006/TCP/IP.  Internet sites are
   invited to join our PRMD or establish X.400 connections with us.  The
   organizational work is being done jointly by IETF working groups and
   RARE Working Group 1.

   Mailing list address:
      General Discussion:  x400-project-team@cs.wisc.edu

        RARE WG1 (RARE Working Group 1 - Message Handling Systems)

   RARE (Reseaux Associes pour la Recherche Europeenne) Working Group 1,
   Message Handling Systems, creates and promotes a European
   infrastructure for a message handling service within the European
   research community, with connections to the global environment.
   Membership of the Working Group is by nomination from the national
   networking organizations, together with a number of invited experts.

      CCITT SG-D MHS-MD (CCITT Study Group D, MHS Management Domains)

   This group initially pursues the  development of  the  rules for
   registering MHS management Domain names within the US.  This group
   also pursues developing  a set of voluntary agreements for North
   American operators of these management  domains  which  will  allow
   the  US  to uphold  its Telecommunications   treaty   obligations
   while   the industry maintains  e-mail  as  an  Information
   Processing  service.  The specific  aspect  of the treaty that is
   immediate concern to this group is that subscribers of MHS  services
   in  other  countries, especially  those countries who treat MHS as a
   Telecommunications service, must  be  able  to reach  MHS  users  in
   this  country regardless  of  how their message enters the US and
   regardless of how many domains are involved in the transfer of the
   message  to the intended recipient.

   The US State Department presently considers MHS  (e-mail)  as  an
   Information  Processing  service.  Some other countries consider any
   MHS (e-mail) service  to  be  a Telecommunications  service  and
   hence, CCITT treaty obligations apply.

              NIST/GSA Interagency X.400 Connectivity Project

   The goal of this project is to assist the members of the Federal
   Information Resource Management Policy Council (FIRMPoC) in
   establishing electronic mail connectivity based on X.400.  The
   outcome of this project is to continue, as the National Institute of
   Standards and Technology (NIST) has done in the past, providing
   Federal agencies with assistance in establishing electronic mail
   connectivity.  This project is sponsored by the General Services

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   Administration (GSA).

Appendix C:  How to Obtain QUIPU, PP and ISODE

                              ISODE/QUIPU 7.0

   This software supports the development of certain kinds of OSI
   protocols and applications.  Here are the details:

   o  The ISODE is not proprietary, but it is not in the public
      domain.  This was necessary to include a "hold harmless"
      clause in the release.  The upshot of all this is that anyone
      can get a copy of the release and do anything they want with
      it, but no one takes any responsibility whatsoever for any
      (mis)use.

   o  The ISODE runs on native Berkeley (4.2, 4.3) and AT&T System V
      systems, in addition to various other UNIX-like operating
      systems.  No kernel modifications are required.

   o  Current modules include:

      -  OSI transport service (TP0 on top of TCP, X.25 and CONS;
         TP4 for SunLink OSI)

      -  OSI session, presentation, and association control services

      -  ASN.1 abstract syntax/transfer notation tools, including:

         1.  Remote operations stub-generator (front-end for remote
             operations)

         2.  Structure-generator (ASN.1 to C)

         3.  Element-parser (basic encoding rules)

      -  OSI reliable transfer and remote operations services

      -  OSI directory services

      -  OSI file transfer, access and management

      -  FTAM/FTP gateway

      -  OSI virtual terminal (basic class, TELNET profile)

   o  ISODE 7.0 consists of final "IS" level implementations with the
      exception of VT which is a DIS implementation.  The ISODE also

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      contains implementations of the 1984 X.400 versions of ROS and
      RTS.

   o  Although the ISODE is not "supported" per se, it does have a
      problem reporting address, Bug-ISODE@XTEL.CO.UK.  Bug reports
      (and fixes) are welcome by the way.

   o  The discussion group ISODE@NISC.SRI.COM is used as an open
      forum on ISODE.  Contact ISODE-Request@NISC.SRI.COM to be added
      to this list.

   o  The primary documentation for this release consists of a five
      volume User's Manual (approx. 1000 pages) and a set of UNIX
      manual pages.  The sources to the User's Manual are in LaTeX
      format.  In addition, there are a number of notes, papers, and
      presentations included in the documentation set, again in
      either LaTeX or SLiTeX format.  If you do not have LaTeX, you
      should probably get a hardcopy from one of the distribution
      sites below.

                      ISODE/QUIPU Distribution Sites

   The FTP or FTAM distributions of ISODE-7.0 consists of 3 files.  The
   source and main ISODE-7.0 distribution is in the file ISODE-7.tar.Z
   which is approximately 4.7MB in size.

   LaTeX source for the entire document set can be found in the ISODE-
   7-doc.tar.Z file (3.5MB).  A list of documents can be found in the
   doc/ directory of the source tree.

   A Postscript version of the five volume manual can be found in the
   ISODE-7-ps.tar.Z file (4.3MB).

   If you can FTP to the Internet, then use anonymous FTP to uu.psi.com
   [136.161.128.3] to retrieve the files in BINARY mode from the ISODE/
   directory.

                 Additional PSI White Pages Pilot Software

   The 'usconfig' program configures a DSA which understands some of the
   NADF naming rules.  This software is primarily intended for creating
   directory hierarchies for DSAs from scratch.  The add-on software is
   available via anonymous FTP from uu.psi.com in:

      wp/src/wpp-addon.tar.Z

   Whether you choose to use 'usconfig' or not, please retrieve and
   install the addon, and follow the instructions therein. You might

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   want to retrieve pilot-ps.tar.Z again also, as it contains an updated
   Administrator Guide.

   Note that the wpp-addon.tar.Z file needs to be installed on top of
   the ISODE 7.0 distribution; it does not duplicate any of the ISODE
   7.0, you need to retrieve and generate that too.

                                  PP 6.0

   PP is a Message Transfer Agent, intended for high volume message
   switching, protocol conversion, and format conversion.  It is
   targeted for use in an operational environment, but is also be useful
   for investigating message related applications.  Good management
   features are a major aspect of this system.  PP supports the 1984 and
   1988 versions of the CCITT X.400 / ISO 10021 services and protocols.
   Many existing RFC-822 based protocols are supported, along with RFC-
   1148bis conversion to X.400.  PP is an appropriate replacement for
   MMDF or Sendmail.  This is the second public release of PP, and
   includes substantial changes based on feedback from using PP on many
   sites.

   o  PP is not proprietary and can be used for any purpose.  The only
      restriction is that suing of the authors for any damage the
      code may cause is not allowed.

   o  PP runs on a range of UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems,
      including SUNOS, Ultrix, and BSD.  A full list of platforms on
      which PP is know to run is included in the distribution.

   o  Current modules include:

      -  X.400 (1984) P1 protocol.

      -  X.400 (1988) P1 protocol.

      -  Simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP), conformant to host
         requirements.

      -  JNT mail (grey book) Protocol.

      -  UUCP mail transfer.

      -  DECNET Mail-11 transfer

      -  Distribution list expansion and maintenance, using either a
         file based mechanism or an X.500 directory.

      -  RFC 822-based local delivery.

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      -  Delivery time processing of messages.

      -  Conversion between X.400 and RFC-822 according to the latest
         revision of RFC-1148, known as RFC-1148bis.

      -  Conversion support for reformatting body parts and headers.

      -  X-Window and line-based management console.

      -  Message Authorization checking.

      -  Reformatting support for "mail hub" operation.

      -  X.500-based distribution list facility using the QUIPU
         directory.

      -  FAX interworking

   o  No User Agents (UAs) are included with PP.  However, procedural
      access to the MTA is documented, to encourage others to write
      or to port UAs.  Several existing UAs, such as MH, may be used
      with PP.

   o  It is expected that a Message Store to be used in conjunction
      with PP (PPMS), and an associated X-Windows User Agent (XUA)
      will be released on beta test in first quarter 92.

   o  The core routing of PP 6.0 is table based.  DNS is used by the
      SMTP channel.  The next version of PP will support Directory
      Based routing, which may use X.500 or DNS.

   o  PP 6.0 requires ISODE 7.0.

   o  X-Windows release X11R4 (or greater) is needed by some of the
      management tools.  PP can be operated without these tools.

   o  Although PP is not "supported" per se (but see later), it does
      have a problem reporting address (bug reports (and fixes) are
      welcome):

      RFC-822:  PP-SUPPORT@CS.UCL.AC.UK
      X.400:    S=PP-Support; OU=CS; O=UCL;
                PRMD=UK.AC; ADMD= ; C=GB;

   o  The discussion group PP-PEOPLE@CS.UCL.AC.UK is used as an open
      forum on PP; Contact PP-PEOPLE-REQUEST@CS.UCL.AC.UK to be added
      to this list.

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   o  The primary documentation for this release consists of a three
      and a half volume User's Manual (approx. 300 pages) and a set
      of UNIX manual pages.  The sources to the User's Manual are in
      LaTeX format.

                           PP Distribution Sites

   If you can FTP to the Internet from outside Europe, then use
   anonymous FTP to uu.psi.com [136.161.128.3] to retrieve the file pp-
   6.tar.Z in binary mode from the ISODE/ directory.  This file is the
   tar image after being run through the compress program and is
   approximately 3Mb in size.

   If you can FTP to the Internet from Europe, then use anonymous FTP to
   archive.eu.net [192.16.202.1] to retrieve the file pp-6.tar.Z in
   binary mode from the network/ISODE/ directory.  This file is the tar
   image after being run through the compress program and is
   approximately 3Mb in size.

             ISODE/QUIPU and PP Platforms as of December 1991

   Machine          OS                       ISODE  PP   Stacks  Notes
   ====================================================================
   CCUR 6000        RTU 5.0                  7.0    Yes! TCP     1
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   CCUR 6000        RTU 6.0                  7.0    Yes! TCP     2
                                                         X25
                                                         CLNS
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   CDC 4000 Series  EP/IX 1.3.2              6.6+        TCP     3
                    EP/IX 1.4.1                          CLNS
                                                         X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   COMPAQ 386/25    SCO Unix 5.2             6.0         TCP
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   COMPAQ 386       BSD                      7.0         TCP     4
                                                         X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Convex C120      ConvexOS 8.1             7.0         TCP     5
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DEC Vax          2nd Berkeley Network rel 7.0         TCP
                                                         X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DEC              DECnet-ULTRIX V5.0       7.0         TCP     6
                                                         CLNS
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DEC              Ultrix 3.1D              7.0    5.2  TCP     7
                    Ultrix 4.0                           X25

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                    Ultrix 4.1
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DEC              Ultrix 4.2               7.0        TCP
                                                        X25
                                                        CLNS
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DEC              VMS v5.x                 7.0        TCP
                                                        X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   DG Avion         DGUX 4.30                7.0        TCP      8
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Encore Multimax 3xx UMAX V 2.2h           6.0        TCP      9
   Encore Multimax 5xx
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Encore NP1       UTX/32 3.1a              7.0        TCP      10
                                                        X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Encore PN6000    UTX/32 2.1b              6.0        TCP      9
   Encore PN9000                                        X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   HP/9000/3xx      HP/UX 6.0                7.0        TCP      11
                    HP-UX 7.05 B
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   HP/9000/8xx      HP-UX 7.00               7.0        TCP      11
                                                        X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   IBM 3090         AIX/370 1.2.1            7.0        TCP      12
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   IBM PS/2         AIX 1.2.1                6.7        TCP      13
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   IBM RS/6000      AIX 3.1                  6.8        TCP
                    AIX 3.0
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   ICL              DRS/6000                 7.0    5.2 TCP      14
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Macintosh        A/UX 2.0.1               7.0        TCP
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Macintosh        MacOS V6.x               6.0        TCP      15
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Mips 4-52        ATT-V3-0                 7.0    5.2 TCP      16
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   NeXT                                      7.0    5.2 TCP      17
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   ORION/Clipper                             6.8        TCP
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Olivetti LSX-3020 X/OS 2.1                6.7b   5.0 TCP      1
                                                        X25
   --------------------------------------------------------------------

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   Pyramid 9800     OSx 5.1 (4.3BSD/SVR3.2)  7.0    5.2 TCP      18
   Pyramid MIS
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   SEQUENT          DYNIX V3.0.18            7.0        TCP      8
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Sony News-1750   NEWS-OS 3.3              6.8        TCP
                    NEWS-OS 4.0c
   --------------------------------------------------------------------
   Sun4             SunOS 4.1                7.0    5.2 TCP
   Sun3             SunOS 4.1.1                         X25
                    SunOS 4.0.3c                        CONS
                                                        CLNS
   --------------------------------------------------------------------

   Notes:

   1.  NOT SNMP or VT

   2.  Little tested

   3.  Official upper layer

   4.  Prototype only!

   5.  Planned port

   6.  Being worked on!

   7.  3.1D binaries compiled under 4.2

   8.  Only QUIPU confirmed

   9.  Not QUIPU

   10.  Need "-Dregister=" in CONFIG.make

   11.  Need bug-fix no. 5 from bug-ISODE@xtel.co.uk. not SNMP,VT or
        FTAM-FTP gateway

   12.  No VT, QUIPU not tested

   13.  Models 80 and 95

   14.  NOT SNMP or VT,PP and X.25 requires patches available from
        X-Tel

   15.  Using MacTCP

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   16.  Only QUIPU tested, built using BSD43 config

   17.  Need bug-fix no. 6 from bug-ISODE@xtel.co.uk

   18.  Built using BSD config, no VT or SNMP

   The above tables do not refer to beta releases of ISODE  and PP more
   recent than the public ISODE-7.0 or PP-5.2 releases.  The above table
   is generated from reports sent to bug-ISODE and pp-support.  There is
   no guarantee the information is correct.

Appendix D:  Sample X.500 Input File and Restricted Character List

   Below is a sample datafile that illustrates the format for providing
   data about persons at your site to be loaded into the ESnet DSA.
   Following the sample datafile is a detailed explanation of the format
   and content of the file.  We have tried to be as flexible as possible
   in defining the format of the file, given the constraints imposed by
   an automated process.  We would appreciate feedback on the format of
   the file and will try to accommodate any specific needs you may have
   to any extent that is reasonable.

   #
   #        Sample Data File for Bulk Loading X.500 Database
   #
   # delimiter character is ","                                        1
   # field 1 is commonName                                             2
   # field 2 is phone extension                                        3
   #   area code for all numbers is 510                                4
   #   prefix for all numbers is 422                                   5
   # field 3 is rfc822Mailbox                                          6
   # field 4 is facsimileTelephoneNumber                               7
   # default facsimileTelephoneNumber is (510) 422-3333                8
   # postalAddress for all entries is:                                 9
   #     National Energy Research Supercomputer Center                10
   #     P.O. Box 5509                                                11
   #     Livermore, California 94552                                  12
   #
   Chris Anderson,1915,anderson@ws1.nersc.gov,                        13
   Lila Brown,5680,brownl@ws2.nersc.gov,                              14
   Bob Green,4474,,                                                   15
   Max Jones,4488,elvis@presley.nersc.gov,5104224444                  16
   Dave Smith,9818,smithd@ws3.nersc.gov,                              17
   Cathy White,4016,snow@white.nersc.gov,                             18
   <end-of-file>

   Comment lines at the beginning of the file convey relevant formatting
   information.

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   Following comment lines, each data line contains information about
   one person.

   Fields within a single data line are separated by a delimiter
   character.  You specify the delimiter character you wish to use in
   the comment section; be sure to choose a delimiter which does not
   appear as a legitimate character in any field of a data line.

   You may provide all or part of the attribute types listed in the
   table in Section 2.5 (commonName is required).  In the comment
   section, you must indicate which attribute types are contained in
   each field of a data line.

   Each data line must contain the same number of fields and the same
   order of fields (i.e. same order of attribute types).  Two successive
   delimiters indicated a null value (eof is a considered a field
   delimiter).

   The characters "=", "&", "$", and "#" are NEVER allowed in any
   attribute value.

   Below is a discussion of relevant lines of the sample datafile.

   Line 1      The delimiter character is identified as a comma (,).

   Line 2      Field # 1 is identified as containing the commonName
                 attribute.

   Line 3      Field # 2 is identified as containing the telephoneNumber
                 attribute.  The actual data value is a 4-digit
                 extension.

   Lines 4,5   Identify the area code and prefix which apply to all
                 4-digit extensions in the datafile.  If your actual
                 data values already contain area code and/or prefix,
                 then there would be no need to indicate default values.

   Line 6      Field # 3 is identified as containing the rfc822Mailbox
                 attribute.

   Line 7      Field # 4 is identified as containing the
                 facsimileTelephoneNumber attribute.

   Line 8      Identifies the default value for
                 facsimileTelephoneNumber.  If field 4 is missing in a
                 data line, the default value will be applied.

   Lines 9-12  Identify the value of the postalAddress attribute which

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                 applies to all entries.

   Line 13  commonName= Chris Anderson
            surName= Anderson
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-1915
            rfc822MailBox= anderson@ws1.nersc.gov
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-3333
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

   Line 14  commonName= Lila Brown
            surName= Brown
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-5680
            rfc822MailBox= brownl@ws2.nersc.gov
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-3333
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

   Line 15  commonName= Bob Green
            surName= Green
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-4474
            rfc822MailBox=
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-3333
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

   Line 16  commonName= Max Jones
            surName= Jones
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-4488
            rfc822MailBox= elvis@presley.nersc.gov
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-4444
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

   Line 17  commonName= Dave Smith
            surName= Smith
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-9818
            rfc822MailBox= smithd@ws3.nersc.gov
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-3333
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

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   Line 18  commonName= Cathy White
            surName= White
            telephoneNumber= 510-422-4016
            rfc822MailBox= snow@white.nersc.gov
            facsimileTelephoneNumber= 510-422-3333
            postalAddress= National Energy Research Supercomputer Center
                           P.O. Box 5509
                           Livermore, California 94552

Appendix E:  ESnet Backbone Sites

                            Government Agencies

   U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research (DOE)
   Germantown, Maryland   USA

   U.S. Department of Energy, San Francisco Office (SAN)
   Oakland, California   USA

                           National Laboratories

   NASA Ames Research Center (AMES, FIX-WEST)
   Mountain View, California   USA

   Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
   Argonne, Illinois   USA

   Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
   Upton, New York   USA

   Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF)
   Newport News, Virginia   USA

   Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL)
   Batavia, Illinois   USA

   Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL)
   Berkeley, California   USA

   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
   Livermore, California   USA

   Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
   Los Alamos, New Mexico   USA

   Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
   Oak Ridge, Tennessee   USA

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   Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL)
   Richland, Washington   USA

   Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)
   Princeton, New Jersey   USA

   Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque (SNLA)
   Albuquerque, New Mexico   USA

   Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC)
   Menlo Park, California   USA

   Superconducting Super Collider (SSC)
   Dallas, Texas   USA

                               Universities

   California Institute of Technology (CIT)
   Pasadena, California   USA

   Florida State University (FSU)
   Tallahassee, Florida   USA

   Iowa State University (ISU)
   Ames, Iowa   USA

   Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
   Cambridge, Massachusetts   USA

   New York University (NYU)
   Upton, New York   USA

   Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
   Oak Ridge, Tennessee   USA

   University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
   Westwood, California   USA

   University of Maryland (UMD, FIX-EAST)
   College Park, Maryland   USA

   University of Texas, Austin (UTA)
   Austin, Texas   USA

                            Commercial Entities

   General Atomics (GA)
   San Diego, California   USA

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   Office of Science and Technology Information (OSTI)
   Oak Ridge, Tennessee   USA

   Science Applications, Incorporated (SAIC)
   McLean, Virginia   USA

Appendix F:  Local Site Contacts for DOE Naming Authorities

   Below is a list of all Department of Energy GOSIP Site Authorities
   for OSI registration and addressing.  This information was obtained
   from the DoE GOSIP On-Line Information System (DOE-GOIS), dated
   November 18, 1991.

   Marian F. Sotel
   Director, Information management Division
   U.S. Department of Energy
   DOE Field Office, Albuquerque

   Dennis Jensen
   Ames Laboratory
   258H Development
   Ames, IA 50011-3020
   (515) 294-7909

   Linda Winkler
   Argonne National Laboratory
   Argonne, IL 60439
   (708) 972-7236

   R. E. Kremer
   Manager, Resource Automation
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Bettis Atomic Power laboratory

   Gary Ragsdale
   Manager, Information Services
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Bonneville Power Administration
   905 NE 11th Avenue
   Portland, OR 97232

   Wayne Larson
   Head of Data Communications Unit
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Bonneville Power Administration
   905 NE 11th Avenue
   Portland, OR 97232

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   George Rabinowitz
   Head Distributed Computing Section
   Brookhaven National Laboratory
   Upton, New York 11973
   (516) 282-7637

   Donna A. Dyxin
   Communications Specialist
   U.S. Department of Energy
   DOE Field Office, Chicago
   9800 South Cass Avenue
   Argonne, IL 60439

   Elaine R. Liebrecht
   System Manager and Planning Supervisor
   EG&G Mound Applied Technologies
   P.O. Box 3000
   Miamisburg, OH 45343-3000
   (FTS) 774-3733 or (513) 865-3733

   Jeffrey J. Johnson
   Communications Supervisor
   EG&G Mound Applied Technologies
   P.O. Box 3000
   Miamisburg, OH 45343-3000
   (FTS) 774-4230 or (513) 865-4230

   Paul P. Herr
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Energy Information Agency
   (202) 586-7318

   William H. Foster
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Energy Information Agency
   (202) 586-6310

   Mark O. Kaletka
   Data Communications Group Leader, Computing Div.
   Fermi National Accelerator Lab
   P.O. Box 500
   Batavia, IL 60510
   (708) 840-2965

   David A. Mackler
   Grand Junction Project Office
   (FTS) 326-6412

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   Wayne L. Selfors
   Grand Junction Project Office
   (FTS) 326-6525

   Gerald F. Chappell
   Director, ITSO
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Headquarters
   Washington D.C., 20545
   (FTS) 233-3685 or (301) 903-3685

   Joe Diel
   Supervisor, Biomathematics Group
   ITRI

   David H. Robinson
   Section Supervisor, Information Systems
   Allied-Signal Aerospace Company
   Kansas City Division
   P.O. Box 419159
   Kansas City, MO 64141-6159
   (FTS) 997-3690 or (816) 997-3690

   Robert M. Jensen
   Supervisory Engineer, Information Systems
   Allied-Signal Aerospace Company
   Kansas City Division
   P.O. Box 419159
   Kansas City, MO 64141-6159
   (FTS) 997-5538 or (816) 997-5538

   Russell Wright
   Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories
   1 Cyclotron Road
   Berkeley, CA 94720
   (510) 486-6965

   William A. Lokke
   Associate Director for Computation
   Lawrence Livermore National Lab
   (FTS) 532-9870 or (669) 422-9870

   Philip Wood/Glenn Michel
   Los Alamos National Laboratory
   Los Alamos, NM 87545
   (FTS) 843-1845 or (FTS) 843-2598

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   Robert Bruen
   MIT Laboratory for Nuclear Science
   Computer Facilities Manager
   Massachusetts Institute of Tech.
   Cambridge, MA

   Mark Cerullo
   Morgantown Energy Technology Center
   (FTS) 923-4345

   Hank Latham
   NVRSN
   (FTS) 575-7646

   Bill Morrison
   Network Specialist
   Bechtel Petroleum Operations, Inc
   Naval Petroleum Reserves California
   P.O. Box 127
   Tupman, CA 93276
   (FTS) 797-6933 or (805) 763-6933

   Mary Ann Jones
   DOE Field Office, Nevada

   Bill Freberg
   Computer Sciences Corporation
   DOE Field Office, Nevada

   Roger Hardwick
   Project Director
   Roy F. Weston
   OCRWM
   3885 S. Decatur Blvd.
   Las Vegas, NV 89103
   (702) 873-6200

   John Gandi
   U.S. Department of Energy
   OCRWM
   101 Convention Ctr
   Phase II Complex, Suite 202
   Las Vegas, NV 89109
   (702) 794-7954

   Benny Goodman
   U.S. Department of Energy
   OSTI

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   Raymond F. Cook
   U.S. Department of Energy
   OSTI

   D. M. Turnpin
   Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc
   Oak Ridge
   P.O. Box 2009
   Oak Ridge, TN 37831-8227
   (FTS) 626-8848 or (615) 576-8848

   T. E. Birchfield
   Supervisor, Electronic Informations Delivery Sect.
   Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc
   Oak Ridge
   P.O. Box 2008
   Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6283
   (FTS) 624-4635 or (615) 574-4635

   Bobby Brumley
   TRESP Associates
   DOE Field Office, Oak Ridge

   Mike Letterman
   TRESP Associates
   DOE Field Office, Oak Ridge

   S. Dean Carpenter
   Department Head, Communications
   Mason and Hanger
   Pantex Plant

   Wayne C. Phillips
   Section Head, Internal Communications
   Mason and Hanger
   Pantex Plant

   A. J. Lelekacs
   Sr. Networking Engineer
   General Electric
   Pinellas Plant
   P.O. Box 2908
   Neutron Devices Department
   Largo, FL 34649-2908

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   Paul A. Funk
   Site Access Coordinator
   Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
   P.O. Box 451
   Princeton, NJ 08543
   (609) 243-3403

   John Murphy
   Branch Chief, Information and Communication Mgmt
   U.S. Department of Energy
   DOE Field Office, Richland
   P.O. Box 550
   Richland, WA 99352
   (FTS) 444-7543 or (509) 376-7543

   Mike Schmidt
   Telecom & Network Services IRM
   Westinghouse Hanford Company
   DOE Field Office, Richland
   P.O. Box 1970
   Richland, WA 99352
   (FTS) 444-7739 or (509) 376-7739

   Dwayne Ramsey
   Information Resources Management Division
   U.S. Department of Energy
   DOE Field Office, San Francisco
   (FTS) 536-4302

   W. F. Mason
   Central Computing Systems Manager
   Sandia National Laboratories - AL
   P.O. Box 5800
   Albuquerque, NM 87185
   (FTS) 845-8059 or (505) 845-8059

   Harry R. Holden
   U.S. Department of Energy
   DOE Field Office, Savannah River
   P.O. Box A
   Aiken, SC 29802
   (FTS) 239-1118 or (803) 725-1118

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   Reggie Peagler
   Network Security Officer
   Savannah River Site
   Building 773-51A
   Aiken, SC 29808
   (FTS) 239-3418 or (803) 557-3418

   Wade A. Gaines
   Acting ADP Manager
   U.S. Department of Energy
   Southeastern Power Administration
   Samuel Elbert Building
   Elberton, GA 30635

   Paul Richard
   Southwestern Power Administration
   (FTS) 745-7482

   Dr. R. Les Cottrell
   Assistant Director, SLAC Computer Services
   Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
   P.O. Box 4349
   Stanford, CA 94309

   John Lucero
   Systems Analyst, Management Systems
   Westinghouse Electric Corporation
   Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
   P.O. Box 2078
   Carlsbad, NM 88221
   (FTS) 571-8459 or (505) 887-8459

   Lawrence Bluhm
   Sr. Systems Analyst, Management Systems
   Westinghouse Electric Corporation
   Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
   P.O. Box 2078
   Carlsbad, NM 88221
   (FTS) 571-8459 or (505) 887-8459

   Ben Sandoval
   Western Area Power Administration
   (FTS) 327-7470

   John Sewell
   Western Area Power Administration
   (FTS) 327-7407

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Appendix G:  Recommended Reading

                        RFCs (Request For Comments)

   The following RFCs may be obtained from the ESnet Information Server.
   They are stored in the directory [ANONYMOUS.RFCS].  They may be
   retrieved via anonymous FTP (nic.es.net, 128.55.32.3) or DECnet copy
   (ESNIC::, 41.174).

RFC1328  X.400 1988 to 1984 downgrading.  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  1992
     May; 5 p. (Format: TXT=10006 bytes)

RFC1327  Mapping Between X.400 (1988) /ISO 10021 and RFC 822.
     Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  1992 May; 113 p. (Format: TXT=228598 bytes)

RFC1309  Technical overview of directory services using the X.500
     protocol.  Weider, C.; Reynolds, J.K.; Heker, S.  1992 March; 4 p.
     (Format: TXT=35694 bytes)

RFC1308  Executive Introduction to Directory Services Using the X.500
     Protocol.  Weider, C.; Reynolds, J.K.  1992 March; 4 p. (Format:
     TXT=9392 bytes)

RFC1295  North American Directory Forum.  User bill of rights for
     entries and listing in the public directory.  1992 January; 2 p.
     (Format: TXT=3502 bytes)

RFC1292  Lang, R.; Wright, R.  Catalog of Available X.500
     Implementations. 1991 December; 103 p. (Format: TXT=129468 bytes)

RFC1279  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  X.500 and domains.  1991 November; 13
     p. (Format: TXT=26669, PS=170029 bytes)

RFC1278  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  String encoding of presentation
     address. 1991 November; 5 p. (Format: TXT=10256, PS=128696 bytes)

RFC1277  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  Encoding network addresses to support
     operations over non-OSI lower layers.  1991 November; 10 p.
     (Format: TXT=22254, PS=176169 bytes)

RFC1276  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  Replication and distributed operations
     extensions to provide an Internet directory using X.500. 1991
     November; 17 p. (Format: TXT=33731, PS=217170 bytes)

RFC1275  Hardcastle-Kille, S.E.  Replication requirements to provide an
     Internet directory using X.500.  1991 November; 2 p. (Format:
     TXT=4616, PS=83736 bytes)

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RFC1274  Kille, S.E.; Barker, P.  COSINE and Internet X.500 schema. 1991
     November; 60 p. (Format: TXT=92827 bytes)

RFC1255  North American Directory Forum.  Naming scheme for c=US. 1991
     September; 25 p. (Format: TXT=53783 bytes)  (Obsoletes RFC 1218)

RFC1249  Howes, T.; Smith, M.; Beecher, B.  DIXIE protocol
     specification.  1991 August; 10 p. (Format: TXT=20693 bytes)

RFC1202  Rose, M.T.  Directory Assistance service.  1991 February; 11 p.
     (Format: TXT=21645 bytes)

RFC1006  Rose, M.T.; Cass, D.E.  ISO transport services on top of the
     TCP: Version 3.  1987 May; 17 p. (Format: TXT=31935 bytes)

                         Non Published Working Notes

"A String Representation of Distinguished Names", S.E. Hardcastle-Kille,
     01/30/1992.

     The OSI Directory uses distinguished names as the primary keys to
     entries in the directory.  Distinguished Names are encoded in
     ASN.1. When a distinguished name is communicated between to users
     not using a directory protocol (e.g., in a mail message), there is
     a need to have a user-oriented string representation of
     distinguished name.

"An Access Control Approach for Searching and Listing", S.E.
     Hardcastle-Kille, T. Howes, 09/23/1991.

     This memo defines an extended ACL (Access Control List) mechanism
     for the OSI Directory.  It is intended to meet strong operational
     requirements to restrict searching and listing externally, while
     allowing much more freedom within an organization.  In particular,
     this mechanism makes it possible to restrict searches to certain
     sets of attributes, and to prevent "trawling": the disclosure of
     large organizational data or structure information by repeated
     searches or lists. This capability is necessary for organizations
     that want to hide their internal structure, or to prevent dumping
     of their entire database.  This memo describes functionality
     beyond, but compatible with, that expected in the 1992 X.500
     standard.

"Building an Internet Directory using X.500", S. Kille, 01/07/1991.

     The IETF has established a Working Group on OSI Directory Services.
     A major component of the initial work of this group is to establish
     a technical framework for establishing a Directory Service on the

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     Internet, making use of the X.500 protocols and services.  This
     document summarizes the strategy established by the Working Group,
     and describes a number of RFCs which will be written in order to
     establish the technical framework.

"Directory Requirements for COSINE and Internet Pilots (OSI-DS 18)",
     S.E. Hardcastle-Kille, 07/09/1991.

     This document specifies operational requirements for DUAs and DSAs
     in the Internet and COSINE communities.  This document summarizes
     conformance requirements.  In most cases, technical detail is
     handled by reference to other documents.  This document refers to
     core directory infrastructure. Each application using the directory
     may impose additional requirements.

"DSA Naming", S.E. Hardcastle-Kille, 01/24/1992.

     This document describes a few problems with DSA Naming as currently
     deployed in pilot exercises, and suggests a new approach.  This
     approach is suggested for use in the Internet Directory Pilot,
     which overcomes a number of existing problems, and is an important
     component for the next stage in increase of scale.

"Handling QOS (Quality of service) in the Directory", S.E. Kille,
     08/29/1991.

     This document describes a mechanism for specifying the Quality of
     Service for DSA Operations and Data in the Internet Pilot Directory
     Service "Building and internet directory using X.500".

"Interim Directory Tree Structure for Network Infrastructure
     Information", Chris Weider, Mark Knopper, Ruth Lang, 06/14/1991.

     As work progresses on incorporating WHOIS and Network
     Infrastructure information into X.500, we thought it would be
     useful to document the current DIT structure for this information,
     along with some thoughts on future expansion and organization of
     this subtree of the DIT. The first section of this document
     describes the current structure, the second section the possible
     expansion of the structure.

"Interim Schema for Network Infrastructure Information in X.500 New
     name:  Encoding Network Addresses to support operation ov", Chris
     Weider, Mark Knopper, 06/14/1991.

     As the OSI Directory progresses into an operational structure which
     is being increasingly used as a primary resource for Directory
     Information, it was perceived that having the Internet Site

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     Contacts and some limited network information in the Directory
     would be immediately useful and would also provide the preliminary
     framework for some distributed NIC functions. This paper describes
     the interim schema used to contain this information.

"Naming Guidelines for Directory Pilots", P. Barker, S.E. Kille,
     01/30/1992.

     Deployment of a Directory will benefit from following certain
     guidelines. This document defines a number of naming guidelines.
     Alignment to these guidelines will be recommended for national
     pilots.

"OSI NSAP Address Format For Use In The Internet", R Colella, R Callon,
     02/13/1991.

     The Internet is moving towards a multi-protocol environment that
     includes OSI. To support OSI, it is necessary to address network
     layer entities and network service users.  The basic principles of
     OSI Network Layer addressing and Network Service Access Points
     (NSAPs) are defined in Addendum 2 to the OSI Network service
     definition.  This document recommends a structure for the Domain
     Specific Part of NSAP addresses for use in the Internet that is
     consistent with these principles.

"Representing Public Archives in the Directory", Wengyik Yeong,
     12/04/1991.

     The proliferation of publicly accessible archives in the Internet
     has created an ever-widening gap between the fact of the existence
     of such archives, and knowledge about the existence and contents of
     these archives in the user community. Related to this problem is
     the problem of also providing users with the necessary information
     on the mechanisms available to retrieve such archives.  In order
     for the Internet user community to better avail themselves of this
     class of resources, there is a need for these gaps in knowledge to
     be bridged.

"Schema for Information Resource Description in X.500", Chris Weider,
     06/14/1991.

     The authors are interested in allowing distributed access and
     updating for Information Resource Description information to users
     of the Internet. This paper discusses the schema used to hold the
     Information Resource Description information.  The new attributes
     are taken from the US-MARC fields, and subfields, with the mapping
     described in the text.

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"Schema for NIC Profile Information in X.500", Chris Weider, Mark
     Knopper, 06/14/1991.

     The authors of this document, in conjunction with the chairs of the
     IETF Network Information Services Infrastructure (NISI) group,
     would like to implement a Directory of Network Information Centers,
     or NICs.  This will enable NICs to find each other easily, will
     allow users with access to a DSA to find out where NICs are, and
     will in general facilitate the distribution of information about
     the Internet and some of its infrastructure.  This document
     proposes a set of standard schema for this information.

"Using the OSI Directory to Achieve User Friendly Naming", S. Kille,
     01/30/1992.

     The OSI Directory has user friendly naming as a goal.  A simple
     minded usage of the directory does not achieve this.  Two aspects
     not achieved are:  1)  A user oriented notation  and  2)
     Guessability. This proposal sets out some conventions for
     representing names in a friendly manner, and shows how this can be
     used to achieve really friendly naming.  This then leads to a
     specification of a standard format for representing names, and to
     procedures to resolve them. This leads to a specification which
     allows directory names to be communicated between humans.  The
     format in this specification is identical to that defined in the
     reference of "A String Representation of Distinguished Name", and
     it is intended that these specifications are compatible.

"Requirements for X.400 Management Domains (MDs) Operating in the Global
     Research and Development X.400 Service", R. Hagens, 11/12/1991.

     This  document  specifies  a  set  of  minimal   operational
     requirements that  must  be  implemented  by all Management Domains
     (MDs) in the Global R&D X.400 Service.   This  document  defines
     the  core  operational requirements; in some cases, technical
     detail is handled  by  reference  to other documents.  The Global
     R&D X.400 Service is defined as all organizations which meet the
     requirements described in this document.

"Routing Coordination for X.400 MHS Services within a
     Multiprotocol/Multinetwork Environment", U. Eppenberger,
     10/25/1992.

     The X.400 addresses do start to appear on business cards. The
     different MHS service providers are not well interconnected and
     coordinated which makes it a very hard job for the MHS managers to
     know where to route all the new addresses. A big number of X.400
     implementations support different lower layer stacks. Taking into

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     account the variety of existing large transport networks, there is
     now the chance of implementing a worldwide message handling service
     using the same electronic mail standard and therefore without the
     need of gateways with service reduction and without the restriction
     to a single common transport network. This document proposes how
     messages can travel over different networks by using multi stack
     MTAs as relays. Document formats and coordination procedures bridge
     the gap until an X.500 directory service is ready to store the
     needed connectivity and routing information.

                      International Standards Documents

International Consultative Committee for Telephone and Telegraph. Open
     Systems Interconnection - The Directory. X.500 Series
     Recommendations.  December, 1988.

     (also published as)

ISO/IEC. Information Technology - Open Systems Interconnection - The
     Directory. International Standard 9594. 1989.

International Consultative Committee for Telephone and Telegraph. Data
     Communication Networks - Message Handling Systems. X.400 Series
     Recommendations. Geneva 1985.

International Consultative Committee for Telephone and Telegraph. Data
     Communication Networks - Message Handling Systems. X.400 Series
     Recommendations. Melbourne, 1988.

                               NIST Documents
         (National Institute of Standards and Technology Documents)

   The following documents can be retrieved from the ESnet Information
   Server in directory [ANONYMOUS.NIST].

Government Open Systems Interconnection Profile (GOSIP) Version 1,
     National Institute of Standards and Technology, Federal Information
     Processing Standards Publication #146, August, 1988.

Government Open Systems Interconnection Profile (GOSIP) Version 2,
     National Institute of Standards and Technology, October, 1990.

                                DOE Documents

   The following documents prepared by the DOE GOSIP Migration Working
   Group can be retrieved from the ESnet Information Server in directory
   [ANONYMOUS.DOE-GOSIP].

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U.S. Department of Energy. Government Open Systems Interconnection
     Profile.  Transition Strategy. DOE GOSIP Document # GW-ST-008.
     November, 1990.

U.S. Department of Energy. Government Open Systems Interconnection
     Profile.  Transition Plan. DOE GOSIP Document # GW_PN_005.
     November, 1990.

U.S. Department of Energy. Government Open Systems Interconnection
     Profile.  Procedures and Guidelines. DOE GOSIP Document # GW-PR-
     007. April, 1991.

                             IETF Working Groups

   Three IETF working groups, OSI X.400, OSI-DS and MHS-DS have been
   working in in X.400 and X.500. Minutes of meetings, descriptions of
   the working groups' charters and goals, information about mailing
   lists, and other pertinent documents can be retrieved from the ESnet
   Information Server in the directories [ANONYMOUS.IETF.OSIDS],
   [ANONYMOUS.IETF.OSIX400] and [ANONYMOUS.IETF.MHSMS].

                                  Others

Marshall T. Rose, Julian P. Onions and Colin J. Robbins. The ISO
     Development Environment: User's Manual, 1991.  ISODE Documentation
     Set.

Marshall T. Rose and Wengyik Yeong.  PSI White Pages Pilot Project:
     Administrator's Guide, 1991.  ISODE Documentation Set.

Marshall T. Rose.  The Open Book: A Practical Perspective on Open
     Systems Interconnection. Prentice-hall, 1990. ISBN 0-13-643016-3.

Marshall T. Rose.  The Little Black Book: Mail Bonding with OSI
     Directory Services. Prentice-hall, 1991. ISBN 0-13-683219-5.

Alan Turner and Paul Gjefle, Pacfic Northwest Laboratory.  Performance
     Analysis of an OSI X.500 (QUIPU) Directory Service Implmentation.
     1992. Available on nic.es.net in the directory [ANONYMOUS.ESNET-
     DOC]QUIPU-PERF.PS

Appendix H:  Task Force Member Information

   Bob Aiken
     U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Scientific
     Computing Staff (now with National Science Foundation)
     Email:  raiken@nsf.gov

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   Joe Carlson
     Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
     Livermore, California USA
     Email:  carlson@lll-winken.llnl.gov

   Les Cottrell
     Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
     Menlo Park, California USA
     Email:  cottrell@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu

   Tim Doody
     Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
     Batavia, Illinois USA
     Email:  doody@fndcd.fnal.gov

   Tony Genovese  (Contributing Author)
     Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
     Livermore, California USA
     Email:  genovese@es.net

   Arlene Getchell  (Contributing Author)
     Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
     Livermore, California USA
     Email:  getchell@es.net

   Charles Granieri
     Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
     Menlo Park, California USA
     Email:  cxg@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu

   Kipp Kippenhan  (Contributing Author)
     Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
     Batavia, Illinois USA
     Email:  kippenhan@fnal.fnal.gov

   Connie Logg
     Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
     Menlo Park, California USA
     Email:  cal@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu

   Glenn Michel
     Los Alamos National Laboratory
     Los Alamos, New Mexico USA
     Email:  gym@lanl.gov

   Peter Mierswa
     Digital Equipment Corporation USA

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   Jean-Noel Moyne
     Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
     Berkeley, California USA
     Email:  jnmoyne@lbl.gov

   Kevin Oberman  (Contributing Author)
     Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
     Livermore, California USA
     Email:  oberman@icdc.llnl.gov

   Dave Oran
     Digital Equipment Corporation USA

   Bob Segrest
     Digital Equipment Corporation USA

   Tim Streater
     Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
     Menlo Park, California USA
     Email:  streater@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu

   Allen Sturtevant  (Chair, Contributing Author, Document Editor)
     Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
     Livermore, California USA
     Email:  sturtevant@es.net

   Mike Sullenberger
     Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
     Menlo Park, California USA
     Email:  mls@scsw5.slac.stanford.edu

   Alan Turner  (Contributing Author)
     Pacific Northwest Laboratory
     Richland, Washington USA
     Email:  ae_turner@pnl.gov

   Linda Winkler  (Contributing Author)
     Argonne National Laboratory
     Argonne, Illinois USA
     Email:  b32357@anlvm.ctd.anl.gov

   Russ Wright  (Contributing Author)
     Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
     Berkeley, California USA
     Email:  wright@lbl.gov

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Security Considerations

   Security issues are discussed in sections 2.5.1 and 2.7.5.1 of this
   memo.

Authors' Addresses

   Allen Sturtevant
   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
   P.O. Box 5509; L-561
   Livermore, CA 94551

   Phone:  +1 510-422-8266
   Email:  sturtevant@es.net


   Tony Genovese
   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
   P.O. Box 5509; L-561
   Livermore, CA 94551

   Phone:  +1 510-423-2471
   Email:  genovese@es.net


   Arlene Getchell
   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
   P.O. Box 5509; L-561
   Livermore, CA 94551

   Phone:  +1 510-423-6349
   Email:  getchell@es.net


   H. A. Kippenhan Jr.
   Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
   Wilson Hall 6W, MS-234
   P.O. Box 500
   Batavia, IL 60150

   Phone:  +1 708-840-8068
   Email:  kippenhan@fnal.fnal.gov

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   Kevin Oberman
   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
   P.O. Box 5509; L-156
   Livermore, CA 94551

   Phone:  +1 510-422-6955
   Email:  oberman1@llnl.gov


   Alan Turner
   Pacific Northwest Laboratory
   P.O. Box 999; K7-57
   Richland, WA 99352

   Phone:  +1 509-375-6670
   Email:  ae_turner@pnl.gov


   Linda Winkler
   Argonne National Laboratory
   9700 South Cass Avenue
   Building 221 B251
   Argonne, IL 60439

   Phone:  +1 708-252-7236
   Email:  lwinkler@anl.gov


   Russ Wright
   Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
   1 Cyclotron Road
   MS 50B-2258
   Berkeley, CA 94720

   Phone:  +1 510-486-6965
   Email:  wright@lbl.gov