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Moving Undeployed TCP Extensions to Historic and Informational Status -- An addition to RFC 6247
draft-zimmermann-tcpm-undeployed-01

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Alexander Zimmermann , Wesley Eddy , Lars Eggert
Last updated 2015-01-30 (Latest revision 2014-07-29)
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Abstract

This document reclassifies several TCP extensions that have either been superceded or never seen widespread use to Historic status. The affected RFCs are RFC 675, RFC 721, RFC 879, RFC 1078, and RFC 6013. Additionally, it reclassifies RFC 813, RFC 814, RFC 816, RFC 817, RFC 872, RFC 896, and RFC 964 to Informational status. Most of those RFCs are today part of RFC 1122.

Authors

Alexander Zimmermann
Wesley Eddy
Lars Eggert

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