Reclassifying Internet Registry Allocation Guidelines to Historic

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RFC 2050 describes the registry system for the distribution of globally unique Internet address space and registry operations. It also discusses about policy issues which are outside the scope of the IETF. This document reclassifies RFC 2050 as Historic. It also reclassifies RFC 1366 and RFC 1466 as Historic.


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