FYI on where to start: A bibliography of internetworking information
RFC 1175

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Network Working Group                                          K. Bowers
Request for Comments: 1175                                          CNRI
FYI: 3                                                         T. LaQuey
                                                                 U Texas
                                                             J. Reynolds
                                                                     ISI
                                                             K. Roubicek
                                                                   BBNST
                                                                M. Stahl
                                                                     SRI
                                                                 A. Yuan
                                                                   MITRE
                                                             August 1990

                        FYI on Where to Start -
             A Bibliography of Internetworking Information

Status of this Memo

   This FYI RFC is a bibliography of information about TCP/IP
   internetworking, prepared by the User Services Working Group (USWG)
   of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).  This memo provides
   information for the Internet community.  It does not specify any
   standard.  Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

Abstract

   The intent of this bibliography is to offer a representative
   collection of resources of information that will help the reader
   become familiar with the concepts of internetworking.  It is meant to
   be a starting place for further research.  There are references to
   other sources of information for those users wishing to pursue, in
   greater depth, the issues and complexities of the current networking
   environment.

User Documents Working Group                                    [Page i]


RFC 1175                   FYI - Bibliography                August 1990

                           Table of Contents

   INTRODUCTION ...................................................    2

   Background and Purpose .........................................    2

   Scope ..........................................................    2

   Organization of Document .......................................    2

   Obtaining Files By Anonymous FTP ...............................    3

   Submitting Entries to the Bibliography .........................    4

   ARTICLES .......................................................    6

      BIBLIOGRAPHIES ..............................................    9

      BOOKS .......................................................   11

      CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ...................................   16

      GLOSSARIES ..................................................   18

      GUIDES ......................................................   19

      MULTIMEDIA ..................................................   23

      NEWSLETTERS .................................................   24

      REPORTS AND PAPERS ..........................................   27

      REQUEST FOR COMMENTS (RFC) ..................................   31

      The Request for Comments Document Series ....................   31

   Key Basic Beige RFC Abstracts ..................................   32

      APPENDIX A ..................................................   39

      APPENDIX B ..................................................   40

User Documents Working Group                                    [Page 1]
RFC 1175                   FYI - Bibliography                August 1990

1.  Introduction

1a. Background and Purpose

   On 1 June 1989, several members of the IETF User Services Working
   Group convened an interim working group session at the JVNC
   Supercomputer Center in Princeton, NJ.  The purpose of the meeting
   was to form a distinct working group that would assemble a
   bibliography of useful information about the Internet for end users
   and for those who help end users.  The first official meeting of the
   User Documents Working Group was held at the Stanford IETF in July
   1989.  The goal of the working group was to prepare a bibliography of
   on-line and hard copy documents, reference materials, and multimedia
   training tools that address general networking information and "how
   to use the Internet".  The target audience was beginner level and
   intermediate level end users.

1b. Scope

   This bibliography is the result of volunteer work provided by members
   of the User Documents Working Group.  The intent of this effort is to
   present a representative collection of materials that will help the
   reader become familiar with the concepts of internetworking and will
   form the basis for future study.  This is, quite simply, a good place
   to start.  References to other sources of information within this
   collection of materials will be useful to readers who wish to pursue,
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