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Network Working Group                                        J. Reynolds
Request for Comments:  1010                                    J. Postel
                                                                     ISI
Obsoletes RFCs: 990, 960, 943, 923, 900, 870,                   May 1987
820, 790, 776, 770, 762, 758,
755, 750, 739, 604, 503, 433, 349
Obsoletes IENs: 127, 117, 93


                            ASSIGNED NUMBERS


Status of this Memo

   This memo is an official status report on the numbers used in
   protocols in the Internet community.  Distribution of this memo is
   unlimited.

Introduction

   This Network Working Group Request for Comments documents the
   currently assigned values from several series of numbers used in
   network protocol implementations.  This RFC will be updated
   periodically, and in any case current information can be obtained
   from Joyce Reynolds.  If you are developing a protocol or application
   that will require the use of a link, socket, port, protocol, etc.,
   please contact Joyce to receive a number assignment.

      Joyce K. Reynolds
      USC - Information Sciences Institute
      4676 Admiralty Way
      Marina del Rey, California  90292-6695

      Phone: (213) 822-1511

      Electronic mail: JKREYNOLDS@ISI.EDU

   Most of the protocols mentioned here are documented in the RFC series
   of notes.  Some of the items listed are undocumented.  Further
   information on protocols can be found in the memo "Official Internet
   Protocols" [91].  The more prominent and more generally used are
   documented in the "DDN Protocol Handbook, Volume Two, DARPA Internet
   Protocols" [36] prepared by the NIC.  Other collections of older or
   obsolete protocols are contained in the "Internet Protocol Transition
   Workbook" [57], or in the "ARPANET Protocol Transition Handbook"
   [38].  For further information on ordering the complete 1985 DDN
   Protocol Handbook, write: SRI International (SRI-NIC), DDN Network
   Information Center, Room EJ291, 333 Ravenswood Avenue, Meno Park,
   CA., 94025; or call: 1-800-235-3155.

   In the entries below, the name and mailbox of the responsible
   individual is indicated.  The bracketed entry, e.g., [nn,iii], at the


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987


   right hand margin of the page indicates a reference for the listed
   protocol, where the number ("nn") cites the document and the letters
   ("iii") cites the person.  Whenever possible, the letters are a NIC
   Ident as used in the WhoIs (NICNAME) service.

   The convention in the documentation of Internet Protocols is to
   express numbers in decimal and to picture data in "big-endian" order
   [14].  That is, fields are described left to right, with the most
   significant octet on the left and the least significant octet on the
   right.

   The order of transmission of the header and data described in this
   document is resolved to the octet level.  Whenever a diagram shows a
   group of octets, the order of transmission of those octets is the
   normal order in which they are read in English.  For example, in the
   following diagram the octets are transmitted in the order they are
   numbered.


    0                   1                   2                   3
    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
   +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
   |       1       |       2       |       3       |       4       |
   +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
   |       5       |       6       |       7       |       8       |
   +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
   |       9       |      10       |      11       |      12       |
   +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+

                      Transmission Order of Bytes

   Whenever an octet represents a numeric quantity the left most bit in
   the diagram is the high order or most significant bit.  That is, the
   bit labeled 0 is the most significant bit.  For example, the
   following diagram represents the value 170 (decimal).


                            0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
                           +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
                           |1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0|
                           +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+

                          Significance of Bits

   Similarly, whenever a multi-octet field represents a numeric quantity
   the left most bit of the whole field is the most significant bit.
   When a multi-octet quantity is transmitted the most significant octet
   is transmitted first.



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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Version Numbers


                            VERSION NUMBERS

   In the Internet Protocol (IP) [36,80] there is a field to identify
   the version of the internetwork general protocol.  This field is 4
   bits in size.

   Assigned Internet Version Numbers

      Decimal   Keyword    Version                            References
      -------   -------    -------                            ----------
          0                Reserved                                [JBP]
        1-3                Unassigned                              [JBP]
          4       IP       Internet Protocol                    [80,JBP]
          5       ST       ST Datagram Mode                     [41,JWF]
       6-14                Unassigned                              [JBP]
         15                Reserved                                [JBP]


































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Protocol Numbers


PROTOCOL NUMBERS

   In the Internet Protocol (IP) [36,80] there is a field, called
   Protocol, to identify the the next level protocol.  This is an 8 bit
   field.

   Assigned Internet Protocol Numbers

      Decimal    Keyword     Protocol                         References
      -------    -------     --------                         ----------
           0                 Reserved                              [JBP]
           1     ICMP        Internet Control Message           [72,JBP]
           2     IGMP        Internet Group Management          [34,JBP]
           3     GGP         Gateway-to-Gateway                  [49,MB]
           4                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
           5     ST          Stream                             [41,JWF]
           6     TCP         Transmission Control               [81,JBP]
           7     UCL         UCL                                    [PK]
           8     EGP         Exterior Gateway Protocol         [92,DLM1]
           9     IGP         any private interior gateway          [JBP]
          10     BBN-RCC-MON BBN RCC Monitoring                    [SGC]
          11     NVP-II      Network Voice Protocol             [15,SC3]
          12     PUP         PUP                               [7,XEROX]
          13     ARGUS       ARGUS                                [RWS4]
          14     EMCON       EMCON                                 [BN7]
          15     XNET        Cross Net Debugger                [47,JFH2]
          16     CHAOS       Chaos                                 [NC3]
          17     UDP         User Datagram                      [79,JBP]
          18     MUX         Multiplexing                       [16,JBP]
          19     DCN-MEAS    DCN Measurement Subsystems           [DLM1]
          20     HMP         Host Monitoring                    [48,RH6]
          21     PRM         Packet Radio Measurement              [ZSU]
          22     XNS-IDP     XEROX NS IDP                    [102,XEROX]
          23     TRUNK-1     Trunk-1                               [SA2]
          24     TRUNK-2     Trunk-2                               [SA2]
          25     LEAF-1      Leaf-1                                [SA2]
          26     LEAF-2      Leaf-2                                [SA2]
          27     RDP         Reliable Data Protocol            [106,RH6]
          28     IRTP        Internet Reliable Transaction      [59,TXM]
          29     ISO-TP4     ISO Transport Protocol Class 4    [51,RC77]
          30     NETBLT      Bulk Data Transfer Protocol       [13,DDC1]
          31     MFE-NSP     MFE Network Services Protocol     [93,BCH2]
          32     MERIT-INP   MERIT Internodal Protocol             [HWB]
          33     SEP         Sequential Exchange Protocol        [JC120]
       34-60                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
          61                 any host internal protocol            [JBP]
          62     CFTP        CFTP                              [42,HCF2]
          63                 any local network                     [JBP]


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Protocol Numbers


          64     SAT-EXPAK   SATNET and Backroom EXPAK             [SHB]
          65     MIT-SUBNET  MIT Subnet Support                    [NC3]
          66     RVD         MIT Remote Virtual Disk Protocol      [MBG]
          67     IPPC        Internet Pluribus Packet Core         [SHB]
          68                 any distributed file system           [JBP]
          69     SAT-MON     SATNET Monitoring                     [SHB]
          70                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
          71     IPCV        Internet Packet Core Utility          [SHB]
       72-75                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
          76     BR-SAT-MON  Backroom SATNET Monitoring            [SHB]
          77                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
          78     WB-MON      WIDEBAND Monitoring                   [SHB]
          79     WB-EXPAK    WIDEBAND EXPAK                        [SHB]
      80-254                 Unassigned                            [JBP]
         255                 Reserved                              [JBP]



































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Port Numbers


                              PORT NUMBERS

   Ports are used in the TCP [36,81] to name the ends of logical
   connections which carry long term conversations.  For the purpose of
   providing services to unknown callers, a service contact port is
   defined.  This list specifies the port used by the server process as
   its contact port.  The contact port is sometimes called the
   "well-known port".

   To the extent possible, these same port assignments are used with the
   UDP [37,79].

   To the extent possible, these same port assignments are used with the
   ISO-TP4 [52].

   The assigned ports use a small portion of the possible port numbers.
   The assigned ports have all except the low order eight bits cleared
   to zero.  The low order eight bits are specified here.

   Port Assignments:

      Decimal   Keyword   Description                         References
      -------   -------   -----------                         ----------
      0                   Reserved                                 [JBP]
      1-4                 Unassigned                               [JBP]
      5        RJE        Remote Job Entry                       [9,JBP]
      7        ECHO       Echo                                  [70,JBP]
      9        DISCARD    Discard                               [69,JBP]
      11       USERS      Active Users                          [65,JBP]
      13       DAYTIME    Daytime                               [68,JBP]
      15                  Unassigned                               [JBP]
      17       QUOTE      Quote of the Day                      [75,JBP]
      19       CHARGEN    Character Generator                   [67,JBP]
      20       FTP-DATA   File Transfer [Default Data]          [71,JBP]
      21       FTP        File Transfer [Control]               [71,JBP]
      23       TELNET     Telnet                                [87,JBP]
      25       SMTP       Simple Mail Transfer                  [77,JBP]
      27       NSW-FE     NSW User System FE                    [17,RHT]
      29       MSG-ICP    MSG ICP                               [63,RHT]
      31       MSG-AUTH   MSG Authentication                    [63,RHT]
      33       DSP        Display Support Protocol                 [MLC]
      35                  any private printer server               [JBP]
      37       TIME       Time                                  [83,JBP]
      39       RLP        Resource Location Protocol                [MA]
      41       GRAPHICS   Graphics                              [98,JBP]
      42       NAMESERVER Host Name Server                      [74,JBP]
      43       NICNAME    Who Is                               [46,JAKE]
      44       MPM-FLAGS  MPM FLAGS Protocol                       [JBP]


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Port Numbers


      45       MPM        Message Processing Module [recv]      [73,JBP]
      46       MPM-SND    MPM [default send]                    [73,JBP]
      47       NI-FTP     NI FTP                               [103,SK8]
      49       LOGIN      Login Host Protocol                     [PHD1]
      51       LA-MAINT   IMP Logical Address Maintenance       [58,AGM]
      53       DOMAIN     Domain Name Server                 [61,70,PM1]
      55       ISI-GL     ISI Graphics Language                  [6,RB9]
      57                  any private terminal access              [JBP]
      59                  any private file service                 [JBP]
      61       NI-MAIL    NI MAIL                                [4,SK8]
      63       VIA-FTP    VIA Systems - FTP                        [DXD]
      65       TACACS-DS  TACACS-Database Service                [3,RHT]
      67       BOOTPS     Bootstrap Protocol Server            [29,WJC2]
      68       BOOTPC     Bootstrap Protocol Client            [29,WJC2]
      69       TFTP       Trivial File Transfer                [95,DDC1]
      71       NETRJS-1   Remote Job Service                    [8,RTB3]
      72       NETRJS-2   Remote Job Service                    [8,RTB3]
      73       NETRJS-3   Remote Job Service                    [8,RTB3]
      74       NETRJS-4   Remote Job Service                    [8,RTB3]
      75                  any private dial out service             [JBP]
      77                  any private RJE service                  [JBP]
      79       FINGER     Finger                                [44,KLH]
      81       HOSTS2-NS  HOSTS2 Name Server                      [EAK1]
      83       MIT-ML-DEV MIT ML Device                            [DPR]
      85       MIT-ML-DEV MIT ML Device                            [DPR]
      87                  any private terminal link                [JBP]
      89       SU-MIT-TG  SU/MIT Telnet Gateway                    [MRC]
      91       MIT-DOV    MIT Dover Spooler                        [EBM]
      93       DCP        Device Control Protocol                 [DT15]
      95       SUPDUP     SUPDUP                                [20,MRC]
      97       SWIFT-RVF  Swift Remote Vitural File Protocol       [MXR]
      98       TACNEWS    TAC News                                [FRAN]
      99       METAGRAM   Metagram Relay                          [GEOF]
      101      HOSTNAME   NIC Host Name Server                 [45,JAKE]
      102      ISO-TSAP   ISO-TSAP                              [12,MTR]
      103      X400       X400                                    [HCF2]
      104      X400-SND   X400-SND                                [HCF2]
      105      CSNET-NS   Mailbox Name Nameserver              [96,MAS3]
      107      RTELNET    Remote Telnet Service                 [76,JBP]
      109      POP-2      Post Office Protocol - Version 2     [11,JKR1]
      111      SUNRPC     SUN Remote Procedure Call                [DXG]
      113      AUTH       Authentication Service               [99,MCSJ]
      115      SFTP       Simple File Transfer Protocol        [56,MKL1]
      117      UUCP-PATH  UUCP Path Service                     [35,MAE]
      119      NNTP       Network News Transfer Protocol        [53,PL4]
      121      ERPC       HYDRA Expedited Remote Procedure Call[101,JXO]
      123      NTP        Network Time Protocol                [60,DLM1]
      125      LOCUS-MAP  Locus PC-Interface Net Map Server    [105,BXG]


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Port Numbers


      127      LOCUS-CON  Locus PC-Interface Conn Server       [105,BXG]
      129      PWDGEN     Password Generator Protocol          [107,FJW]
      130      CISCO-FNA  CISCO FNATIVE                            [WXB]
      131      CISCO-TNA  CISCO TNATIVE                            [WXB]
      132      CISCO-SYS  CISCO SYSMAINT                           [WXB]
      133      STATSRV    Statistics Service                      [DLM1]
      134      INGRES-NET INGRES-NET Service                       [MXB]
      135      LOC-SRV    Location Service                         [JXP]
      136      PROFILE    PROFILE Naming System                    [LLP]
      137      NETBIOS-NS NETBIOS Name Service                     [JBP]
      138      NETBIOS-DGM NETBIOS Datagram Service                [JBP]
      139      NETBIOS-SSN NETBIOS Session Service                 [JBP]
      140      EMFIS-DATA EMFIS Data Service                       [GB7]
      141      EMFIS-CNTL EMFIS Control Service                    [GB7]
      142      BL-IDM     Britton-Lee IDM                         [SXS1]
      143-159             Unassigned                               [JBP]
      160-223             Reserved                                 [JBP]
      224-241             Unassigned                               [JBP]
      243      SUR-MEAS   Survey Measurement                      [5,AV]
      245      LINK       LINK                                 [10,RDB2]
      247-255             Unassigned                               [JBP]





























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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Domain System Parameters


                        DOMAIN SYSTEM PARAMETERS

   The Internet Domain Naming System (DOMAIN) includes several
   parameters.  These are documented in RFC 883 [61].  The CLASS
   parameter is listed here.  The per CLASS parameters are defined in
   separate RFCs as indicated.

   Domain System Parameters:

      Decimal   Name                                          References
      -------   ----                                          ----------
            0   Reserved                                           [PM1]
            1   Internet                                        [61,PM1]
            2   Unassigned                                         [PM1]
            3   Chaos                                              [PM1]
      4-65534   Unassigned                                         [PM1]
        65535   Reserved                                           [PM1]

































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
ARPANET Logical Addresses


                       ARPANET LOGICAL ADDRESSES

   The ARPANET facility for "logical addressing" is described in
   RFC 878 [57] and RFC 1005 [109].  A portion of the possible logical
   addresses are reserved for standard uses.

   There are 49,152 possible logical host addresses.  Of these, 256 are
   reserved for assignment to well-known functions.  Assignments for
   well-known functions are made by Joyce Reynolds.  Assignments for
   other logical host addresses are made by the NIC.

   Logical Address Assignments:

      Decimal    Description                                  References
      -------    -----------                                  ----------
      0          Reserved                                          [JBP]
      1          The BBN Core Gateways                              [MB]
      2-254      Unassigned                                        [JBP]
      255        Reserved                                          [JBP]































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
ARPANET Link Numbers


                          ARPANET LINK NUMBERS

   The word "link" here refers to a field in the original ARPANET
   Host/IMP interface leader.  The link was originally defined as an
   8-bit field.  Later specifications defined this field as the
   "message-id" with a length of 12 bits.  The name link now refers to
   the high order 8 bits of this 12-bit message-id field.  The Host/IMP
   interface is defined in BBN Report 1822 [2].

   The low-order 4 bits of the message-id field are called the sub-link.
   Unless explicitly specified otherwise for a particular protocol,
   there is no sender to receiver significance to the sub-link.  The
   sender may use the sub-link in any way he chooses (it is returned in
   the RFNM by the destination IMP), the receiver should ignore the
   sub-link.

   Link Assignments:

      Decimal   Description                                   References
      -------   -----------                                   ----------
      0         Reserved                                           [JBP]
      1-149     Unassigned                                         [JBP]
      150       Xerox NS IDP                                 [102,XEROX]
      151       Unassigned                                         [JBP]
      152       PARC Universal Protocol                        [7,XEROX]
      153       TIP Status Reporting                               [JGH]
      154       TIP Accounting                                     [JGH]
      155       Internet Protocol [regular]                     [80,JBP]
      156-158   Internet Protocol [experimental]                [80,JBP]
      159       Figleaf Link                                      [JBW1]
      160-194   Unassigned                                         [JBP]
      195       ISO-IP                                          [52,RXM]
      196-247   Experimental Protocols                             [JBP]
      248-255   Network Maintenance                                [JGH]
















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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
IEEE 802 SAP Numbers


                      IEEE 802 NUMBERS OF INTEREST

   Some of the networks of all classes are IEEE 802 Networks.  These
   systems may use a Link Service Access Point (LSAP) field in much the
   same way the ARPANET uses the "link" field.  Further, there is an
   extension of the LSAP header called the Sub-Network Access Protocol
   (SNAP).

   The IEEE likes to describe numbers in binary in bit transmission
   order, which is the opposite of the big-endian order used throughout
   the Internet protocol documentation.

   Assignments:

      Link Service Access Point               Description     References
      --------------------------   -----------                ----------
      IEEE     Internet
      binary   binary    decimal
      00000000 00000000        0   Null LSAP                      [IEEE]

      01000000 00000010        2   Indiv LLC Sublayer Mgt         [IEEE]

      11000000 00000011        3   Group LLC Sublayer Mgt         [IEEE]

      00100000 00000100        4   SNA Path Control               [IEEE]

      01100000 00000110        6   DOD IP                       [79,JBP]

      01110000 00001110       14   PROWAY-LAN                     [IEEE]

      01110010 01001110       78   EIA-RS 511                     [IEEE]

      01110001 10001110      142   PROWAY-LAN                     [IEEE]

      01010101 10101010      170   SNAP                           [IEEE]

      01111111 11111110      254   ISO DIS 8473                 [52,JXJ]

      11111111 11111111      255   Global DSAP                    [IEEE]

   These numbers (and others) are assigned by the IEEE Standards Office.
   The address is: IEEE Standards Office, 345 East 47th Street, New
   York, N.Y. 10017, Attn: Vince Condello.  Phone: (212) 705-7092.

   At an ad hoc special session on "IEEE 802 Networks and ARP", held
   during the TCP Vendors Workshop (August 1986), an approach to a
   consistent way to send DoD-IP datagrams and other IP related
   protocols on 802 networks was developed.


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
IEEE 802 SAP Numbers


   Due to some evolution of the IEEE 802.2 standards and the need to
   provide for a standard way to do additional DoD-IP related protocols
   (such as the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) on IEEE 802 network,
   the following new policy is established, which will replace the old
   policy (see RFC 960 and RFC 948 [108]).

   The new policy is for the Internet community to use the IEEE 802.2
   encapsulation on 802.3, 802.4, and 802.5 networks by using the SNAP
   with an organization code indicating that the following 16 bits
   specify the EtherType code (where IP = 2048 (0800 hex), see Ethernet
   Numbers of Interest).

                                                                  Header

   ...--------+--------+--------+
    MAC Header|      Length     |                        802.{3/4/5} MAC
   ...--------+--------+--------+

   +--------+--------+--------+
   | Dsap=K1| Ssap=K1| control|                                802.2 SAP
   +--------+--------+--------+

   +--------+--------+---------+--------+--------+
   |protocol id or org code =K2|    Ether Type   |            802.2 SNAP
   +--------+--------+---------+--------+--------+

   The total length of the SAP Header and the SNAP header is 8-octets,
   making the 802.2 protocol overhead come out on a nice boundary.

   K1 is 170.  The IEEE likes to talk about things in little-endian bit
   transmission order and specifies this value as 01010101.  In
   big-endian order, as used in Internet specifications, this becomes
   10101010 binary, or AA hex, or 170 decimal.

   K2 is 0 (zero).

   The use of the IP LSAP (K1 = 6) is to be phased out as quickly as
   possible.












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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Ethernet Numbers


                      ETHERNET NUMBERS OF INTEREST

   Many of the networks of all classes are Ethernets (10Mb) or
   Experimental Ethernets (3Mb).  These systems use a message "type"
   field in much the same way the ARPANET uses the "link" field.

   If you need an Ethernet type, contact the XEROX Corporation, 2300
   Geng Road, Palo Alto, California 94303, ATTN: Ms. Pam Cance.

   Assignments:

      Ethernet          Exp. Ethernet    Description          References
      -------------     -------------   -----------           ----------
      decimal  Hex      decimal  octal
         512   0200        512   1000   XEROX PUP              [7,XEROX]
         513   0201        -      -     PUP Addr. Trans.         [XEROX]
        1536   0600       1536   3000   XEROX NS IDP         [102,XEROX]
        2048   0800        513   1001   DOD IP                  [80,JBP]
        2049   0801        -      -     X.75 Internet            [XEROX]
        2050   0802        -      -     NBS Internet             [XEROX]
        2051   0803        -      -     ECMA Internet            [XEROX]
        2052   0804        -      -     Chaosnet                 [XEROX]
        2053   0805        -      -     X.25 Level 3             [XEROX]
        2054   0806        -      -     ARP                     [64,JBP]
        2055   0807        -      -     XNS Compatability        [XEROX]
        2076   081C        -      -     Symbolics Private         [DCP1]
        4096   1000        -      -     Berkeley Trailer         [XEROX]
        5632   1600        -      -     Valid                    [XEROX]
       21000   5208        -      -     BBN Simnet               [XEROX]
       24577   6001        -      -     DEC MOP Dump/Load        [XEROX]
       24578   6002        -      -     DEC MOP Remote Console   [XEROX]
       24579   6003        -      -     DEC DECNET Phase IV      [XEROX]
       24580   6004        -      -     DEC LAT                  [XEROX]
       24581   6005        -      -     DEC                      [XEROX]
       24582   6006        -      -     DEC                      [XEROX]
       32771   8003        -      -     Cronus VLN            [100,DT15]
       32772   8004        -      -     Cronus Direct         [100,DT15]
       32773   8005        -      -     HP Probe                 [XEROX]
       32774   8006        -      -     Nestar                   [XEROX]
       32784   8010        -      -     Excelan                  [XEROX]
       32821   8035        -      -     Reverse ARP             [40,JXM]
       32824   8038        -      -     DEC LANBridge            [XEROX]
       32859   805B        -      -     Stanford V Kernel experimental
      [XEROX]
       32860   805C        -      -     Stanford V Kernel production
      [XEROX]
       32892   807C        -      -     Merit Internodal           [HWB]
       32923   809B        -      -     Appletalk                [XEROX]


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Ethernet Numbers


       36864   9000        -      -     Loopback                 [XEROX]

   The standard for transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernets and
   Experimental Ethernets is specified in RFC 894 [50] and RFC 895 [66]
   respectively.

   NOTE:  Ethernet 48-bit address blocks are now assigned by the IEEE.

      IEEE Standards Office, 345 East 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017,
      Attn: Vince Condello.  Phone: (212) 705-7092.








































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Address Resolution Protocol


                 ADDRESS RESOLUTION PROTOCOL PARAMETERS

   The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) specified in RFC 826 [64] has
   several parameters.  The assigned values for these parameters are
   listed here.

   Assignments:

      Operation Code (op)

         1   REQUEST
         2   REPLY

      Hardware Type (hrd)

         Type   Description                                   References
         ----   -----------                                   ----------
           1    Ethernet (10Mb)                                    [JBP]
           2    Experimental Ethernet (3Mb)                        [JBP]
           3    Amateur Radio AX.25                                [PXK]
           4    Proteon ProNET Token Ring                          [JBP]
           5    Chaos                                              [GXP]
           6    IEEE 802 Networks                                  [JBP]
           7    ARCNET                                             [JBP]

      Protocol Type (pro)

         Use the same codes as listed in the section called "Ethernet
         Numbers of Interest" (all hardware types use this code set for
         the protocol type).




















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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Public Data Network Numbers


                      PUBLIC DATA NETWORK NUMBERS

   One of the Internet Class A Networks is the international system of
   Public Data Networks.  This section lists the mapping between the
   Internet Addresses and the Public Data Network Addresses (X.121).

   The numbers below are assigned for networks that are connected to the
   Internet, and for independent networks.  These independent networks
   are marked with an asterisk preceding the number.

   Assignments:

      * Internet           Public Data Net    Description     References
      - --------------   -----------------   -----------      ----------
       014.000.000.000                       Reserved              [JBP]
       014.000.000.001   3110-317-00035 00   PURDUE-TN             [CAK]
       014.000.000.002   3110-608-00027 00   UWISC-TN              [CAK]
       014.000.000.003   3110-302-00024 00   UDEL-TN               [CAK]
       014.000.000.004   2342-192-00149 23   UCL-VTEST              [PK]
       014.000.000.005   2342-192-00300 23   UCL-TG                 [PK]
       014.000.000.006   2342-192-00300 25   UK-SATNET              [PK]
       014.000.000.007   3110-608-00024 00   UWISC-IBM            [MAS3]
       014.000.000.008   3110-213-00045 00   RAND-TN               [MO2]
       014.000.000.009   2342-192-00300 23   UCL-CS                 [PK]
       014.000.000.010   3110-617-00025 00   BBN-VAN-GW           [JD21]
      *014.000.000.011   2405-015-50300 00   CHALMERS              [UXB]
       014.000.000.012   3110-713-00165 00   RICE                 [PAM6]
       014.000.000.013   3110-415-00261 00   DECWRL               [PAM6]
       014.000.000.014   3110-408-00051 00   IBM-SJ                [SA1]
       014.000.000.015   2041-117-01000 00   SHAPE                 [JFW]
       014.000.000.016   2628-153-90075 00   DFVLR4-X25            [GB7]
       014.000.000.017   3110-213-00032 00   ISI-VAN-GW           [JD21]
       014.000.000.018   2624-522-80900 52   DFVLR5-X25            [GB7]
       014.000.000.019   2041-170-10000 00   SHAPE-X25             [JFW]
       014.000.000.020   5052-737-20000 50   UQNET                 [AXH]
       014.000.000.021   3020-801-00057 50   DMC-CRC1             [JR17]
       014.000.000.022   2624-522-80902 77   DFVLRVAX-X25          [GB7]
      *014.000.000.023   2624-589-00908 01   ECRC-X25              [PXD]
       014.000.000.024   2342-905-24242 83   UK-MOD-RSRE          [JXE2]
       014.000.000.025   2342-905-24242 82   UK-VAN-RSRE           [AXM]
       014.000.000.026-014.255.255.254       Unassigned            [JBP]
       014.255.255.255                       Reserved              [JBP]

   The standard for transmission of IP datagrams over the Public Data
   Network is specified in RFC 877 [55].





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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Telnet Options


                             TELNET OPTIONS

   The Telnet Protocol has a number of options that may be negotiated.
   These options are listed here.  "Official Internet Protocols" [91]
   provides more detailed information.

   Options  Name                                              References
   -------  -----------------------                           ----------
      0     Binary Transmission                                 [85,JBP]
      1     Echo                                                [86,JBP]
      2     Reconnection                                        [33,JBP]
      3     Suppress Go Ahead                                   [89,JBP]
      4     Approx Message Size Negotiation                    [102,JBP]
      5     Status                                              [88,JBP]
      6     Timing Mark                                         [90,JBP]
      7     Remote Controlled Trans and Echo                    [82,JBP]
      8     Output Line Width                                   [31,JBP]
      9     Output Page Size                                    [32,JBP]
     10     Output Carriage-Return Disposition                  [21,JBP]
     11     Output Horizontal Tab Stops                         [25,JBP]
     12     Output Horizontal Tab Disposition                   [24,JBP]
     13     Output Formfeed Disposition                         [22,JBP]
     14     Output Vertical Tabstops                            [27,JBP]
     15     Output Vertical Tab Disposition                     [26,JBP]
     16     Output Linefeed Disposition                         [23,JBP]
     17     Extended ASCII                                     [104,JBP]
     18     Logout                                              [18,MRC]
     19     Byte Macro                                          [28,JBP]
     20     Data Entry Terminal                                 [30,JBP]
     22     SUPDUP                                           [19,20,MRC]
     22     SUPDUP Output                                       [43,MRC]
     23     Send Location                                      [54,EAK1]
     24     Terminal Type                                      [97,MAS3]
     25     End of Record                                       [78,JBP]
     26     TACACS User Identification                           [1,BA4]
     27     Output Marking                                      [94,SXS]
     28     Terminal Location Number                            [62,RN6]
    255     Extended-Options-List                               [84,JBP]












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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Machine Names


                             MACHINE NAMES

   These are the Official Machine Names as they appear in the NIC Host
   Table.  Their use is described in RFC 810 [39].

   A machine name or CPU type may be up to 40 characters taken from the
   set of uppercase letters, digits, and the two punctuation characters
   hyphen and slash.  It must start with a letter, and end with a letter
   or digit.

   ALTO
   AMDAHL-V7
   APOLLO
   ATT-3B20
   BBN-C/60
   BURROUGHS-B/29
   BURROUGHS-B/4800
   BUTTERFLY
   C/30
   C/70
   CADLINC
   CADR
   CDC-170
   CDC-170/750
   CDC-173
   CELERITY-1200
   COMTEN-3690
   CP8040
   CRAY-1
   CRAY-X/MP
   CRAY-2
   CTIWS-117
   DANDELION
   DEC-10
   DEC-1050
   DEC-1077
   DEC-1080
   DEC-1090
   DEC-1090B
   DEC-1090T
   DEC-2020T
   DEC-2040
   DEC-2040T
   DEC-2050T
   DEC-2060
   DEC-2060T
   DEC-2065
   DEC-FALCON


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Machine Names


   DEC-KS10
   DORADO
   DPS8/70M
   ELXSI-6400
   FOONLY-F2
   FOONLY-F3
   FOONLY-F4
   GOULD
   GOULD-6050
   GOULD-6080
   GOULD-9050
   GOULD-9080
   H-316
   H-60/68
   H-68
   H-68/80
   H-89
   HONEYWELL-DPS-6
   HONEYWELL-DPS-8/70
   HP3000
   HP3000/64
   IBM-158
   IBM-360/67
   IBM-370/3033
   IBM-3081
   IBM-3084QX
   IBM-3101
   IBM-4331
   IBM-4341
   IBM-4361
   IBM-4381
   IBM-4956
   IBM-PC
   IBM-PC/AT
   IBM-PC/XT
   IBM-SERIES/1
   IMAGEN
   IMAGEN-8/300
   IMSAI
   INTEGRATED-SOLUTIONS
   INTEGRATED-SOLUTIONS-68K
   INTEGRATED-SOLUTIONS-CREATOR
   INTEGRATED-SOLUTIONS-CREATOR-8
   INTEL-IPSC
   IS-1
   IS-68010
   LMI
   LSI-11


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Machine Names


   LSI-11/2
   LSI-11/23
   LSI-11/73
   M68000
   MASSCOMP
   MC500
   MC68000
   MICROVAX
   MICROVAX-I
   MV/8000
   NAS3-5
   NCR-COMTEN-3690
   NOW
   ONYX-Z8000
   PDP-11
   PDP-11/3
   PDP-11/23
   PDP-11/24
   PDP-11/34
   PDP-11/40
   PDP-11/44
   PDP-11/45
   PDP-11/50
   PDP-11/70
   PDP-11/73
   PE-7/32
   PE-3205
   PERQ
   PLEXUS-P/60
   PLI
   PLURIBUS
   PRIME-2350
   PRIME-2450
   PRIME-2755
   PRIME-9655
   PRIME-9755
   PRIME-9955II
   PRIME-2250
   PRIME-2655
   PRIME-9955
   PRIME-9950
   PRIME-9650
   PRIME-9750
   PRIME-2250
   PRIME-750
   PRIME-850
   PRIME-550II
   PYRAMID-90


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Machine Names


   PYRAMID-90MX
   PYRAMID-90X
   RIDGE
   RIDGE-32
   RIDGE-32C
   ROLM-1666
   S1-MKIIA
   SMI
   SEQUENT-BALANCE-8000
   SIEMENS
   SILICON-GRAPHICS
   SILICON-GRAPHICS-IRIS
   SPERRY-DCP/10
   SUN
   SUN-2
   SUN-2/50
   SUN-2/100
   SUN-2/120
   SUN-2/140
   SUN-2/150
   SUN-2/160
   SUN-2/170
   SUN-3/160
   SUN-3/50
   SUN-3/75
   SUN-3/110
   SUN-50
   SUN-100
   SUN-120
   SUN-130
   SUN-150
   SUN-170
   SUN-68000
   SYMBOLICS-3600
   SYMBOLICS-3670
   TANDEM-TXP
   TEK-6130
   TI-EXPLORER
   TP-4000
   TRS-80
   UNIVAC-1100
   UNIVAC-1100/60
   UNIVAC-1100/62
   UNIVAC-1100/63
   UNIVAC-1100/64
   UNIVAC-1100/70
   UNIVAC-1160
   VAX-11/725


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Machine Names


   VAX-11/730
   VAX-11/750
   VAX-11/780
   VAX-11/785
   VAX-11/790
   VAX-11/8600
   VAX-8600
   WANG-PC002
   WANG-VS100
   WANG-VS400
   XEROX-1108
   XEROX-8010






































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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
System Names


                              SYSTEM NAMES

   These are the Official System Names as they appear in the NIC Host
   Table.  Their use is described in RFC 810 [39].

   A system name may be up to 40 characters taken from the set of
   uppercase letters, digits, and the two punctuation characters hyphen
   and slash.  It must start with a letter, and end with a letter or
   digit.

   AEGIS
   APOLLO
   BS-2000
   CEDAR
   CGW
   CHRYSALIS
   CMOS
   CMS
   COS
   CPIX
   CTOS
   CTSS
   DCN
   DDNOS
   DOMAIN
   EDX
   ELF
   EMBOS
   EMMOS
   EPOS
   FOONEX
   FUZZ
   GCOS
   GPOS
   HDOS
   IMAGEN
   INTERCOM
   IMPRESS
   INTERLISP
   IOS
   ITS
   LISP
   LISPM
   LOCUS
   MINOS
   MOS
   MPE5
   MSDOS


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
System Names


   MULTICS
   MVS
   MVS/SP
   NEXUS
   NMS
   NONSTOP
   NOS-2
   OS/DDP
   OS4
   OS86
   OSX
   PCDOS
   PERQ/OS
   PLI
   PSDOS/MIT
   PRIMOS
   RMX/RDOS
   ROS
   RSX11M
   SATOPS
   SCS
   SIMP
   SWIFT
   TAC
   TANDEM
   TENEX
   TOPS10
   TOPS20
   TP3010
   TRSDOS
   ULTRIX
   UNIX
   UT2D
   V
   VM
   VM/370
   VM/CMS
   VM/SP
   VMS
   VMS/EUNICE
   VRTX
   WAITS
   WANG
   XDE
   XENIX





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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Protocol Names


                       PROTOCOL AND SERVICE NAMES

   These are the Official Protocol Names.  Their use is described in
   greater detail in RFC 810 [39].

   A protocol or service may be up to 40 characters taken from the set
   of uppercase letters, digits, and the punctuation character hyphen.
   It must start with a letter, and end with a letter or digit.

   ARGUS               - ARGUS Protocol
   AUTH                - Authentication Service
   BBN-RCC-MON         - BBN RCC Monitoring
   BL-IDM              - Britton Lee Intelligent Database Machine
   BOOTPC              - Bootstrap Protocol Client
   BOOTPS              - Bootstrap Protocol Server
   BR-SAT-MON          - Backroom SATNET Monitoring
   CFTP                - CFTP
   CHAOS               - CHAOS Protocol
   CHARGEN             - Character Generator Protocol
   CISCO-FNA           - CISCO FNATIVE
   CISCO-TNA           - CISCO TNATIVE
   CISCO-SYS           - CISCO SYSMAINT
   CLOCK               - DCNET Time Server Protocol
   COOKIE-JAR          - Cookie Jar Authentication Procedure
   CSNET-NS            - CSNET Mailbox Nameserver Protocol
   DAYTIME             - Daytime Protocol
   DCN-MEAS            - DCN Measurement Subsystems Protocol
   DCP                 - Device Control Protocol
   DISCARD             - Discard Protocol
   DOMAIN              - Domain Name Server
   ECHO                - Echo Protocol
   EGP                 - Exterior Gateway Protocol
   EMCON               - Emission Control Protocol
   EMFIS-CNTL          - EMFIS Control Service
   EMFIS-DATA          - EMFIS Data Service
   FINGER              - Finger Protocol
   FTP                 - File Transfer Protocol
   FTP-DATA            - File Transfer Protocol Data
   GGP                 - Gateway Gateway Protocol
   GRAPHICS            - Graphics Protocol
   HMP                 - Host Monitoring Protocol
   HOST2-NS            - Host2 Name Server
   HOSTNAME            - Hostname Protocol
   ICMP                - Internet Control Message Protocol
   IGMP                - Internet Group Management Protocol
   IGP                 - Interior Gateway Protocol
   INGRES-NET          - INGRES-NET Service
   IP                  - Internet Protocol


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Protocol Names


   IPCU                - Internet Packet Core Utility
   IPPC                - Internet Pluribus Packet Core
   IRTP                - Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol
   ISI-GL              - ISI Graphics Language Protocol
   ISO-TP4             - ISO Transport Protocol Class 4
   ISO-TSAP            - ISO TSAP
   LA-MAINT            - IMP Logical Address Maintenance
   LEAF-1              - Leaf-1 Protocol
   LEAF-2              - Leaf-2 Protocol
   LINK                - Link Protocol
   LOC-SRV             - Location Service
   LOGIN               - Login Host Protocol
   MERIT-INP           - MERIT Internodal Protocol
   METAGRAM            - Metagram Relay
   MIT-ML-DEV          - MIT ML Device
   MFE-NSP             - MFE Network Services Protocol
   MIT-SUBNET          - MIT Subnet Support
   MIT-DOV             - MIT Dover Spooler
   MPM                 - Internet Message Protocol (Multimedia Mail)
   MPM-FLAGS           - MPM Flags Protocol
   MPM-SND             - MPM Send Protocol
   MSG-AUTH            - MSG Authentication Protocol
   MSG-ICP             - MSG ICP Protocol
   MUX                 - Multiplexing Protocol
   NAMESERVER          - Host Name Server
   NETBIOS-DGM         - NETBIOS Datagram Service
   NETBIOS-NS          - NETBIOS Name Service
   NETBIOS-SSN         - NETBIOS Session Service
   NETBLT              - Bulk Data Transfer Protocol
   NETED               - Network Standard Text Editor
   NETRJS              - Remote Job Service
   NI-FTP              - NI File Transfer Protocol
   NI-MAIL             - NI Mail Protocol
   NICNAME             - Who Is Protocol
   NSW-FE              - NSW User System Front End
   NTP                 - Network Time Protocol
   NVP-II              - Network Voice Protocol
   POP2                - Post Office Protocol - Version 2
   PRM                 - Packet Radio Measurement
   PUP                 - PUP Protocol
   PWDGEN              - Password Generator Protocol
   QUOTE               - Quote of the Day Protocol
   RDP                 - Reliable Data Protocol
   RJE                 - Remote Job Entry
   RLP                 - Resource Location Protocol
   RTELNET             - Remote Telnet Service
   RVD                 - Remote Virtual Disk Protocol
   SAT-EXPAK           - Satnet and Backroom EXPAK


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Protocol Names


   SAT-MON             - SATNET Monitoring
   SEP                 - Sequential Exchange Protocol
   SFTP                - Simple File Transfer Protocol
   SMTP                - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
   ST                  - Stream Protocol
   STATSRV             - Statistics Service
   SU-MIT-TG           - SU/MIT Telnet Gateway Protocol
   SUNRPC              - SUN Remote Procedure Call
   SUPDUP              - SUPDUP Protocol
   SUR-MEAS            - Survey Measurement
   SWIFT-RVF           - Remote Virtual File Protocol
   TACACS-DS           - TACACS-Database Service
   TACNEWS             - TAC News
   TCP                 - Transmission Control Protocol
   TELNET              - Telnet Protocol
   TFTP                - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
   TIME                - Time Server Protocol
   TRUNK-1             - Trunk-1 Protocol
   TRUNK-2             - Trunk-2 Protocol
   UCL                 - University College London Protocol
   UDP                 - User Datagram Protocol
   NNTP                - Network News Transfer Protocol
   USERS               - Active Users Protocol
   UUCP-PATH           - UUCP Path Service
   VIA-FTP             - VIA Systems-File Transfer Protocol
   WB-EXPAK            - Wideband EXPAK
   WB-MON              - Wideband Monitoring
   XNET                - Cross Net Debugger
   XNS-IDP             - Xerox NS IDP





















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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Terminal Type Names


                          TERMINAL TYPE NAMES

   These are the Official Terminal Type Names.  Their use is described
   in RFC 930 [97].  The maximum length of a name is 40 characters.

   A terminal names may be up to 40 characters taken from the set of
   uppercase letters, digits, and the two punctuation characters hyphen
   and slash.  It must start with a letter, and end with a letter or
   digit.

   ADDS-CONSUL-980
   ADDS-REGENT-100
   ADDS-REGENT-20
   ADDS-REGENT-200
   ADDS-REGENT-25
   ADDS-REGENT-40
   ADDS-REGENT-60
   AMPEX-DIALOGUE-80
   ANDERSON-JACOBSON-630
   ANDERSON-JACOBSON-832
   ANDERSON-JACOBSON-841
   ANN-ARBOR-AMBASSADOR
   ARDS
   BITGRAPH
   BUSSIPLEXER
   CALCOMP-565
   CDC-456
   CDI-1030
   CDI-1203
   CLNZ
   COMPUCOLOR-II
   CONCEPT-100
   CONCEPT-104
   CONCEPT-108
   DATA-100
   DATA-GENERAL-6053
   DATAGRAPHIX-132A
   DATAMEDIA-1520
   DATAMEDIA-1521
   DATAMEDIA-2500
   DATAMEDIA-3025
   DATAMEDIA-3025A
   DATAMEDIA-3045
   DATAMEDIA-3045A
   DATAMEDIA-DT80/1
   DATAPOINT-2200
   DATAPOINT-3000
   DATAPOINT-3300


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Terminal Type Names


   DATAPOINT-3360
   DEC-DECWRITER-I
   DEC-DECWRITER-II
   DEC-GT40
   DEC-GT40A
   DEC-GT42
   DEC-LA120
   DEC-LA30
   DEC-LA36
   DEC-LA38
   DEC-VT05
   DEC-VT100
   DEC-VT132
   DEC-VT50
   DEC-VT50H
   DEC-VT52
   DELTA-DATA-5000
   DELTA-TELTERM-2
   DIABLO-1620
   DIABLO-1640
   DIGILOG-333
   DTC-300S
   EDT-1200
   EXECUPORT-4000
   EXECUPORT-4080
   GENERAL-TERMINAL-100A
   GSI
   HAZELTINE-1500
   HAZELTINE-1510
   HAZELTINE-1520
   HAZELTINE-2000
   HP-2621
   HP-2621A
   HP-2621P
   HP-2626
   HP-2626A
   HP-2626P
   HP-2640
   HP-2640A
   HP-2640B
   HP-2645
   HP-2645A
   HP-2648
   HP-2648A
   HP-2649
   HP-2649A
   IBM-3101
   IBM-3101-10


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Terminal Type Names


   IBM-3275-2
   IBM-3276-2
   IBM-3276-3
   IBM-3276-4
   IBM-3277-2
   IBM-3278-2
   IBM-3278-3
   IBM-3278-4
   IBM-3278-5
   IBM-3279-2
   IBM-3279-3
   IMLAC
   INFOTON-100
   INFOTONKAS
   ISC-8001
   LSI-ADM-3
   LSI-ADM-31
   LSI-ADM-3A
   LSI-ADM-42
   MEMOREX-1240
   MICROBEE
   MICROTERM-ACT-IV
   MICROTERM-ACT-V
   MICROTERM-MIME-1
   MICROTERM-MIME-2
   NETRONICS
   NETWORK-VIRTUAL-TERMINAL
   OMRON-8025AG
   PERKIN-ELMER-1100
   PERKIN-ELMER-1200
   PERQ
   PLASMA-PANEL
   QUME-SPRINT-5
   SOROC
   SOROC-120
   SOUTHWEST-TECHNICAL-PRODUCTS-CT82
   SUPERBEE
   SUPERBEE-III-M
   TEC
   TEKTRONIX-4010
   TEKTRONIX-4012
   TEKTRONIX-4013
   TEKTRONIX-4014
   TEKTRONIX-4023
   TEKTRONIX-4024
   TEKTRONIX-4025
   TEKTRONIX-4027
   TELERAY-1061


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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Terminal Type Names


   TELERAY-3700
   TELERAY-3800
   TELETEC-DATASCREEN
   TELETERM-1030
   TELETYPE-33
   TELETYPE-35
   TELETYPE-37
   TELETYPE-38
   TELETYPE-43
   TELEVIDEO-912
   TELEVIDEO-920
   TELEVIDEO-920B
   TELEVIDEO-920C
   TELEVIDEO-950
   TERMINET-1200
   TERMINET-300
   TI-700
   TI-733
   TI-735
   TI-743
   TI-745
   TYCOM
   UNIVAC-DCT-500
   VIDEO-SYSTEMS-1200
   VIDEO-SYSTEMS-5000
   VISUAL-200
   XEROX-1720
   ZENITH-H19
   ZENTEC-30





















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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Documents


                               DOCUMENTS

   [1]    Anderson, B., "TACACS User Identification Telnet Option",
          RFC 927, BBN, December 1984.

   [2]    BBN, "Specifications for the Interconnection of a Host and an
          IMP", Report 1822, Bolt Beranek and Newman, Cambridge,
          Massachusetts, revised, December 1981.

   [3]    BBN, "User Manual for TAC User Database Tool", Bolt Beranek
          and Newman, September 1984.

   [4]    Bennett, C., "A Simple NIFTP-Based Mail System", IEN 169,
          University College, London, January 1981.

   [5]    Bhushan, A., "A Report on the Survey Project", RFC 530,
          NIC 17375, June 1973.

   [6]    Bisbey, R., D. Hollingworth, and B. Britt, "Graphics Language
          (version 2.1)", ISI/TM-80-18, Information Sciences Institute,
          July 1980.

   [7]    Boggs, D., J. Shoch, E. Taft, and R. Metcalfe, "PUP: An
          Internetwork Architecture", XEROX Palo Alto Research Center,
          CSL-79-10, July 1979; also in IEEE Transactions on
          Communication, Volume COM-28, Number 4, April 1980.

   [8]    Braden, R., "NETRJS Protocol", RFC 740, NIC 42423,
          November 1977.

   [9]    Bressler, B., "Remote Job Entry Protocol",  RFC 407,
          NIC 12112, October 1972.

   [10]   Bressler, R., "Inter-Entity Communication -- An Experiment",
          RFC 441, NIC 13773, January 1973.

   [11]   Butler, M., J. Postel, D. Chase, J. Goldberger, and
          J. K. Reynolds, "Post Office Protocol - Version 2", RFC 937,
          Information Sciences Institute, February 1985.

   [12]   Cass, D. E., and M. T. Rose, "ISO Transport Services on Top of
          the TCP", RFC 983, NTRC, April 1986.

   [13]   Clark, D., M. Lambert, and L. Zhang, "NETBLT: A Bulk Data
          Transfer Protocol", RFC 969, MIT Laboratory for Computer
          Science, December 1985.




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RFC 1010 - Assigned Numbers                                     May 1987
Documents


   [14]   Cohen, D., "On Holy Wars and a Plea for Peace", IEEE Computer
          Magazine, October 1981.

   [15]   Cohen, D., "Specifications for the Network Voice Protocol",
          RFC 741, ISI/RR 7539, Information Sciences Institute,
          March 1976.

   [16]   Cohen, D. and J. Postel, "Multiplexing Protocol", IEN 90,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1979.

   [17]   COMPASS, "Semi-Annual Technical Report", CADD-7603-0411,
          Massachusetts Computer Associates, 4 March 1976. Also as,
          "National Software Works, Status Report No. 1,"
          RADC-TR-76-276, Volume 1, September 1976. And COMPASS. "Second
          Semi-Annual Report," CADD-7608-1611, Massachusetts Computer
          Associates, August 1976.

   [18]   Crispin, M., "Telnet Logout Option", Stanford University-AI,
          RFC 727, April 1977.

   [19]   Crispin, M., "Telnet SUPDUP Option", Stanford University-AI,
          RFC 736, October 1977.

   [20]   Crispin, M., "SUPDUP Protocol", RFC 734, NIC 41953,
          October 1977.

   [21]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Carriage-Return Disposition
          Option", RFC 652, October 1974.

   [22]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Formfeed Disposition Option",
          RFC 655, October 1974.

   [23]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Linefeed Disposition", RFC 658,
          October 1974.

   [24]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Horizontal Tab Disposition
          Option", RFC 654, October 1974.

   [25]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Horizontal Tabstops Option",
          RFC 653, October 1974.

   [26]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Vertical Tab Disposition Option",
          RFC 657, October 1974.

   [27]   Crocker, D., "Telnet Output Vertical Tabstops Option",
          RFC 656, October 1974.




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   [28]   Crocker, D. H. and R. H. Gumpertz, "Revised Telnet Byte Marco
          Option", RFC 735, November 1977.

   [29]   Croft, B., and J. Gilmore, "BOOTSTRAP Protocol (BOOTP)",
          RFC 951, Stanford and SUN Microsytems, September 1985.

   [30]   Day, J., "Telnet Data Entry Terminal Option", RFC 732,
          September 1977.

   [31]   DDN Protocol Handbook, "Telnet Output Line Width Option",
          NIC 50005, December 1985.

   [32]   DDN Protocol Handbook, "Telnet Output Page Size Option",
          NIC 50005, December 1985.

   [33]   DDN Protocol Handbook, "Telnet Reconnection Option",
          NIC 50005, December 1985.

   [34]   Deering, S. E., "Host Extensions for IP Multicasting",
          RFC 988, Stanford University, December 1985.

   [35]   Elvy, M., and R. Nedved, "Network Mail Path Service", RFC 915,
          Harvard and CMU, July 1986.

   [36]   Feinler, E., editor, "DDN Protocol Handbook", Network
          Information Center, SRI International, December 1985.

   [37]   Feinler, E., editor, "Internet Protocol Transition Workbook",
          Network Information Center, SRI International, March 1982.

   [38]   Feinler, E. and J. Postel, eds., "ARPANET Protocol Handbook",
          NIC 7104, for the Defense Communications Agency by SRI
          International, Menlo Park, California, Revised January 1978.

   [39]   Feinler, E., K. Harrenstien, Z. Su, and V. White, "DoD
          Internet Host Table Specification", RFC 810, SRI
          International, March 1982.

   [40]   Finlayson, R., T. Mann, J. Mogul, and M. Theimer, "A Reverse
          Address Resolution Protocol", RFC 903, Stanford University,
          June 1984.

   [41]   Forgie, J., "ST - A Proposed Internet Stream Protocol",
          IEN 119, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, September 1979.

   [42]   Forsdick, H., "CFTP", Network Message, Bolt Beranek and
          Newman, January 1982.



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   [43]   Greenberg, B., "Telnet SUPDUP-OUTPUT Option", RFC 749,
          MIT-Multics, September 1978.

   [44]   Harrenstien, K., "Name/Finger", RFC 742, NIC 42758,
          SRI International,  December 1977.

   [45]   Harrenstien, K., V. White, and E. Feinler, "Hostnames Server",
          RFC 811, SRI International, March 1982.

   [46]   Harrenstien, K., and V. White, "Nicname/Whois", RFC 812,
          SRI International, March 1982.

   [47]   Haverty, J., "XNET Formats for Internet Protocol Version 4",
          IEN 158, October 1980.

   [48]   Hinden, R. M., "A Host Monitoring Protocol", RFC 869,
          Bolt Beranek and Newman, December 1983.

   [49]   Hinden, R., and A. Sheltzer, "The DARPA Internet Gateway",
          RFC 823, September 1982.

   [50]   Hornig, C., "A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams
          over Ethernet Networks, RFC 894, Symbolics, April 1984.

   [51]   International Standards Organization, "ISO Transport Protocol
          Specification - ISO DP 8073", RFC 905, April 1984.

   [52]   International Standards Organization, "Protocol for Providing
          the Connectionless-Mode Network Services", RFC 926, ISO,
          December 1984.

   [53]   Kantor, B., and P. Lapsley, "Network News Transfer Protocol",
          RFC 977, UC San Diego & UC Berkeley, February 1986.

   [54]   Killian, E., "Telnet Send-Location Option", RFC 779,
          April 1981.

   [55]   Korb, J. T., "A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams
          Over Public Data Networks", RFC 877, Purdue University,
          September 1983.

   [56]   Lottor, M. K., "Simple File Transfer Protocol", RFC 913, MIT,
          September 1984.

   [57]   Malis, A., "Logical Addressing Implementation Specification",
          BBN Report 5256, pp 31-36, May 1983.




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   [58]   Metcalfe, R. M. and D. R. Boggs, "Ethernet: Distributed Packet
          Switching for Local Computer Networks", Communications of the
          ACM, 19 (7), pp 395-402, July 1976.

   [59]   Miller, T., "Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol", RFC 938,
          ACC, February 1985.

   [60]   Mills, D., "Network Time Protocol", RFC 958, M/A-COM Linkabit,
          September 1985.

   [61]   Mockapetris, P., "Domain Names - Implementation and
          Specification", RFC 883, Information Sciences Institute,
          November 1983.

   [62]   Nedved, R., "Telnet Terminal Location Number Option", RFC 946,
          Carnegie-Mellon University, May 1985.

   [63]   NSW Protocol Committee, "MSG: The Interprocess Communication
          Facility for the National Software Works", CADD-7612-2411,
          Massachusetts Computer Associates, BBN 3237, Bolt Beranek and
          Newman, Revised December 1976.

   [64]   Plummer, D., "An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol or
          Converting Network Protocol Addresses to 48-bit Ethernet
          Addresses for Transmission on Ethernet Hardware", RFC 826,
          MIT-LCS, November 1982.

   [65]   Postel, J., "Active Users", RFC 866, Information
          Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [66]   Postel, J., "A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams
          over Experimental Ethernet Networks, RFC 895, Information
          Sciences Institute, April 1984.

   [67]   Postel, J., "Character Generator Protocol", RFC 864,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [68]   Postel, J., "Daytime Protocol", RFC 867, Information Sciences
          Institute, May 1983.

   [69]   Postel, J., "Discard Protocol", RFC 863, Information Sciences
          Institute, May 1983.

   [70]   Postel, J., "Echo Protocol", RFC 862, Information Sciences
          Institute, May 1983.

   [71]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "File Transfer Protocol", RFC 959,
          Information Sciences Institute, October 1985.


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   [72]   Postel, J., "Internet Control Message Protocol - DARPA
          Internet Program Protocol Specification", RFC 792,
          Information Sciences Institute, September 1981.

   [73]   Postel, J., "Internet Message Protocol", RFC 759, IEN 113,
          Information Sciences Institute, August 1980.

   [74]   Postel, J., "Name Server", IEN 116, Information Sciences
          Institute, August 1979.

   [75]   Postel, J., "Quote of the Day Protocol", RFC 865,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [76]   Postel, J., "Remote Telnet Service", RFC 818,
          Information Sciences Institute, November 1982.

   [77]   Postel, J., "Simple Mail Transfer Protocol", RFC 821,
          Information Sciences Institute, August 1982.

   [78]   Postel, J., "Telnet End of Record Option", RFC 885,
          Information Sciences Institute, December 1983.

   [79]   Postel, J., "User Datagram Protocol", RFC 768
          Information Sciences Institute, August 1980.

   [80]   Postel, J., ed., "Internet Protocol - DARPA Internet Program
          Protocol Specification", RFC 791, Information Sciences
          Institute, September 1981.

   [81]   Postel, J., ed., "Transmission Control Protocol - DARPA
          Internet Program Protocol Specification", RFC 793,
          Information Sciences Institute, September 1981.

   [82]   Postel, J. and D. Crocker, "Remote Controlled Transmission and
          Echoing Telnet Option", RFC 726, March 1977.

   [83]   Postel, J., and K. Harrenstien, "Time Protocol", RFC 868,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [84]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Extended Options - List
          Option", RFC 861, Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [85]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Binary Transmission",
          RFC 856, Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [86]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Echo Option", RFC 857,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.



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   [87]   Postel, J., and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Protocol Specification",
          RFC 854, Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [88]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Status Option", RFC 859,
          Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [89]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option",
          RFC 858, Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [90]   Postel, J. and J. Reynolds, "Telnet Timing Mark Option",
          RFC 860, Information Sciences Institute, May 1983.

   [91]   Reynolds, J. and J. Postel, "Official Internet Protocols",
          RFC 1011, Information Sciences Institute, May 1987.

   [92]   Seamonson, L. J., and E. C. Rosen, "STUB" Exterior Gateway
          Protocol", RFC 888, BBN Communications Corporation,
          January 1984.

   [93]   Shuttleworth, B., "A Documentary of MFENet, a National
          Computer Network", UCRL-52317, Lawrence Livermore Labs,
          Livermore, California, June 1977.

   [94]   Silverman, S., "Output Marking Telnet Option", RFC 933, MITRE,
          January 1985.

   [95]   Sollins, K., "The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2)", RFC 783,
          MIT/LCS, June 1981.

   [96]   Solomon, M., L. Landweber, and D. Neuhengen, "The CSNET Name
          Server", Computer Networks, v.6, n.3, pp. 161-172, July 1982.

   [97]   Solomon, M., and E. Wimmers, "Telnet Terminal Type Option",
          RFC 930, Supercedes RFC 884, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
          January 1985.

   [98]   Sproull, R., and E. Thomas, "A Networks Graphics Protocol",
          NIC 24308, August 1974.

   [99]   StJohns, M., "Authentication Service", RFC 931, TPSC,
          January 1985.

   [100]  Tappan, D. C., "The CRONUS Virtual Local Network", RFC 824,
          Bolt Beranek and Newman, August 1982.

   [101]  Taylor, J., "ERPC Functional Specification", Version 1.04,
          HYDRA Computer Systems, Inc., July 1984.



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   [102]  "The Ethernet, A Local Area Network: Data Link Layer and
          Physical Layer Specification", AA-K759B-TK, Digital Equipment
          Corporation, Maynard, MA.  Also as:  "The Ethernet - A Local
          Area Network", Version 1.0, Digital Equipment Corporation,
          Intel Corporation, Xerox Corporation, September 1980.  And:
          "The Ethernet, A Local Area Network: Data Link Layer and
          Physical Layer Specifications", Digital, Intel and Xerox,
          November 1982.  And:  XEROX, "The Ethernet, A Local Area
          Network: Data Link Layer and Physical Layer Specification",
          X3T51/80-50, Xerox Corporation, Stamford, CT., October 1980.

   [103]  The High Level Protocol Group, "A Network Independent File
          Transfer Protocol",  INWG Protocol Note 86, December 1977.

   [104]  Tovar, "Telnet Extended ASCII Option", RFC 698, Stanford
          University-AI, July 1975.

   [105]  Uttal, J, J. Rothschild, and C. Kline, "Transparent
          Integration of UNIX and MS-DOS", Locus Computing Corporation.

   [106]  Velten, D., R. Hinden, and J. Sax, "Reliable Data Protocol",
          RFC 908, BBN Communications Corporation, July 1984.

   [107]  Wancho, F., "Password Generator Protocol",  RFC 972, WSMR,
          January 1986.

   [108]  Winston, I., "Two Methods for the Transmission of IP Datagrams
          Over IEEE 802.3 Networks", RFC 948, University Of
          Pennsylvania, June 1985.

   [109]  Khanna, A., and A. Malis, "The ARPANET AHIP-E Host Access
          Protocol (Enhanced AHIP)", RFC 1005, BBN Communications
          Corporation, May 1987.

















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                                 PEOPLE

   [AGM]     Andy Malis          BBN       Malis@CCS.BBN.COM

   [AV]      Al Vezza            MIT       AV@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [AXH]     Arthur Hartwig      UQNET     ---none---

   [BA4]     Brian Anderson      BBN       baanders@CCQ.BBN.COM

   [BCH2]    Barry Howard        LLL       Howard@LLL-MFE.ARPA

   [BN4]     Bill Nowicki        SUN       Nowicki@SUN.COM

   [CAK]     Chris Kent          PURDUE    CAK@PURDUE.EDU

   [DCP1]    David Plummer       MIT       DCP@SYMBOLICS.ARPA

   [DDC1]    David Clark         MIT       DClark@MIT-MULTICS.ARPA

   [DLM1]    David Mills         LINKABIT  Mills@D.ISI.EDU

   [DPR]     David Reed          MIT-LCS   Reed@MIT-MULTICS.ARPA

   [DT15]    Daniel Tappan       BBN       Tappan@BBN.COM

   [DXD]     Dennis J.W. Dube    VIA SYSTEMS ---none---

   [DXG]     David Goldberg      SMI       sun!dg@UCBARPA.BERKELEY.EDU

   [EAK1]    Earl Killian        LLL       EAK@S1-C.ARPA

   [EBM]     Eliot Moss          MIT       EBM@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [FJW]     Frank J. Wancho     WSMR      WANCHO@SIMTEL20.ARPA

   [FRAN]    Francine Perillo    SRI       Perillo@NIC.SRI.COM

   [GB7]     Gerd Beling         DFVLR     GBELING@ISI.EDU

   [GEOF]    Geoff Goodfellow    SRI       Geoff@SRI-CSL.ARPA

   [GXP]     Gill Pratt          MIT       gill%mit-ccc@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [HCF2]    Harry Forsdick      BBN       Forsdick@A.BBN.COM

   [HWB]     Hans-Werner Braun   MICHIGAN  HWB@MCR.UMICH.EDU



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   [IEEE]    Vince Condello      IEEE      ---none---

   [JAKE]    Jake Feinler        SRI       Feinler@SRI-NIC.ARPA

   [JBP]     Jon Postel          ISI       Postel@ISI.EDU

   [JBW1]    Joseph Walters, Jr. BBN       JWalters@CCX.BBN.COM

   [JD21]    Jonathan Dreyer     BBN       JDreyer@CCV.BBN.COM

   [JFH2]    Jack Haverty        BBN       Haverty@CCV.BBN.COM

   [JFW]     Jon F. Wilkes       STC       Wilkes@STC.ARPA

   [JGH]     Jim Herman          BBN       Herman@CCJ.BBN.COM

   [JR17]    John L. Robinson    CANADA    Robinson@DMC-CRC.ARPA

   [JWF]     Jim Forgie          LL        jwf@LL-EN.ARPA

   [JXE2]    Jeanne Evans        UKMOD     JME%RSRE.MOD.UK@CS.UCL.AC.UK

   [JXM]     Jeff Mogul          Stanford  ---none---

   [JXO]     Jack O'Neil         ENCORE    ---none---

   [JXP]     Joe Pato            Apollo    apollo!pato@EDDIE.MIT.EDU

   [KLH]     Ken Harrenstien     SRI       KLH@NIC.SRI.COM

   [LLP]     Larry Peterson      PURDUE    llp@PURDUE.EDU

   [MA]      Mike Accetta        CMU       MIKE.ACCETTA@CMU-CS-A.EDU

   [MAE]     Marc A. Elvy        HARVARD   elvy@HARVARD.EDU

   [MAS3]    Marc Solomon        MDAC      solomon@OFFICE-1.ARPA

   [MB]      Michael Brescia     BBN       Brescia@CCV.BBN.COM

   [MBG]     Michael Greenwald   MIT-LCS   Greenwald@MIT-MULTICS.ARPA

   [MCSJ]    Mike StJohns        TPSC      StJohns@MIT-MULTICS.ARPA

   [MKL1]    Mark Lottor         MIT       MKL@NIC.SRI.COM

   [MLC]     Mike Corrigan       DDN       Corrigan@DDN1.ARPA



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   [MO2]     Michael O'Brien     RAND      OBrien@RAND-UNIX.ARPA

   [MRC]     Mark Crispin        STANFORD
                                         Admin.MRC@SU-SCORE.STANFORD.EDU

   [MTR]     Marshall Rose       NRTC      MRose@NRTC.ARPA

   [MXB]     Mike Berrow         Relational Technology        ---none---

   [MXR]     Mark A. Rosenstein  MIT       mark@BORAX.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [NC3]     J. Noel Chiappa     MIT       JNC@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [PAM6]    Paul McNabb         RICE      pam@PURDUE.EDU

   [PHD1]    Pieter Ditmars      BBN       pditmars@CCX.BBN.COM

   [PK]      Peter Kirstein      UCL       Kirstein@ISI.EDU

   [PL4]     Phil Lapsley        BERKELEY  phil@UCBARPA.BERKELEY.EDU

   [PM1]     Paul Mockapetris    ISI       Mockapetris@ISI.EDU

   [PXD]     Pete Delaney        ECRC      pete%ecrcvax@CSNET-RELAY.ARPA

   [RDB2]    Robert Bressler     BBN       Bressler@CCW.BBN.COM

   [RH6]     Robert Hinden       BBN       Hinden@CCV.BBN.COM

   [RHT]     Robert Thomas       BBN       BThomas@F.BBN.COM

   [RN6]     Rudy Nedved         CMU       Rudy.Nedved@CMU-CS-A.EDU

   [RTB3]    Bob Braden          ISI       Braden@ISI.EDU

   [RWS4]    Robert W. Scheifler ARGUS     RWS@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU

   [RXM]     Robert Myhill       BBN       Myhill@CCS.BBN.COM

   [SA1]     Sten Andler         ARPA      andler.ibm-sj@RAND-RELAY.ARPA

   [SA2]     Saul Amarel         ARPA      Amarel@ISI.EDU

   [SC3]     Steve Casner        ISI       Casner@ISI.EDU

   [SGC]     Steve Chipman       BBN       Chipman@F.BBN.COM

   [SHB]     Steven Blumenthal   BBN       BLUMENTHAL@VAX.BBN.COM


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   [SXS]     Steve Silverman     MITRE     Blankert@MITRE-GATEWAY.ORG

   [SXS1]    Susie Snitzer       Britton-Lee ---none---

   [TXM]     Trudy Miller        ACC       Trudy@ACC.ARPA

   [UXB]     Ulf Bilting         CHALMERS  bilting@PURDUE.EDU

   [WJC2]    Bill Croft          STANFORD  Croft@SUMEX-AIM.ARPA

   [WXB]     William L. Biagi    CISCO     ---none---

   [XEROX]   Pam Cance           XEROX     Cance.OSBUnorth@XEROX.COM

   [ZSU]     Zaw-Sing Su         SRI       ZSu@SRI-TSC.ARPA



































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