Requests For Comments summary notes: 900-999
RFC 999

Document Type RFC - Unknown (April 1987; No errata)
Obsoleted by RFC 1000
Obsoletes RFC 160
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Network Working Group                                            A. Westine
Request for Comments: 999                                         J. Postel
                                                                        ISI
                                                                 April 1987

                     Requests For Comments Summary
                             Notes: 900-999

Status of this Memo

   This RFC is a slightly annotated list of the 100 RFCs from RFC-900
   through RFC-999.  This is a status report on these RFCs.  Distribution
   of this memo is unlimited.

RFC     Author       Date        Title
---     ------       ----        -----

999     Westine      Apr 87      Requests For Comments Summary

   This memo.

998     Lambert      Mar 87      NETBLT:  A Bulk Data Transfer
                                 Protocol

   This document is a description of, and a specification for, the NETBLT
   protocol.  It is a revision of the specification published in RFC-969.
   NETBLT (NETwork BLock Transfer) is a transport level protocol intended
   for the rapid transfer of a large quantity of data between computers.
   It provides a transfer that is reliable and flow controlled, and is
   designed to provide maximum throughput over a wide variety of networks.
   Although NETBLT currently runs on top of the Internet Protocol (IP), it
   should be able to operate on top of any datagram protocol similar in
   function to IP. This document is published for discussion and comment,
   and does not constitute a standard.  The proposal may change and certain
   parts of the protocol have not yet been specified; implementation of this
   document is therefore not advised.  Obsoletes  RFC-969.

997     Reynolds     Mar 87      Internet Numbers

   This memo is an official status report on the network numbers used in
   the Internet community.  As of 1-Mar-87 the Network Information Center
   (NIC) at SRI International has assumed responsibility for assignment of
   Network Numbers and Autonomous System Numbers.  This RFC documents the
   current assignments of these numbers at the time of this transfer of
   responsibility.   Obsoletes RFC-990, 960, 943, 923 and 900.

Westine & Postel                                                [Page 1]
RFC 999                                                       March 1987

996     Mills        Feb 87      Statistics Server

   This RFC specifies a standard for the ARPA Internet community. Hosts and
   gateways on the DARPA Internet that choose to implement a remote
   statistics monitoring facility may use this protocol to send statistics
   data upon request to a monitoring center or debugging host.

995     ANSI         Apr 86      End System to Intermediate System
                                 Routing Exchange Protocol for use in
                                 conjunction with ISO 8473.

   This Protocol is one of a set of International Standards produced to
   facilitate the interconnection of open systems.  The set of standards
   covers the services and protocols required to achieve such interconnection.
   This Protocol is positioned with respect to other related standards by
   the layers defined in the Reference Model for Open Systems Interconnection
   (ISO 7498) and by the structure defined in the Internal Organization of the
   Network Layer (DIS 8648).  In particular, it is a protocol of the Network
   Layer.  This Protocol permits End Systems and Intermediate Systems to
   exchange configuration and routing information to facilitate the operation
   of the routing and relaying functions of the Network Layer.

994     ANSI         Mar 86      Final Text of DIS 8473, Protocol for
                                 Providing the Connectionless Mode
                                 Network Service

   This Protocol Standard is one of a set of International Standards
   produced to facilitate the interconnection of open systems.  The set of
   standards covers the services and protocols required to achieve such
   interconnection. This Protocol Standard is positioned with respect to
   other related standards by the layers defined in the Reference Model
   for Open Systems Interconnection (ISO 7498).  In particular, it is a
   protocol of the Network Layer.  This Protocol may be used between
   network-entities in end systems or in Network Layer relay systems (or
   both).  It provides the Connectionless-mode Network Service as defined
   in Addendum 1 to the Network Service Definition Covering Connectionless-mode
   Transmission (ISO 8348/AD1).

993     Clark        Dec 86      PCMAIL:  A Distributed Mail System for
                                 Personal Computers

   This document is a discussion of the Pcmail workstation-based
   distributed mail system.  It is a revision of the design published in
   NIC RFC-984.  The revision is based on discussion and comment fromm a
   variety of sources, as well as further research into the design of
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