Сеть ARPANET



Сеть ARPANET

1005, 878, 851, 802 - The ARPANET 1822L Host Access Protocol
852 - The ARPANET Short Blocking Feature
789 - Vulnerabilities of Network Control Protocols: An Example
716 - Interim Revision to Appendix F of BBN 1822
704 - IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol Change
696 - Comments on the IMP/HOST and HOST/IMP Protocol Changes
695 - Official Change in Host-Host Protocol
692 - Comments on IMP/Host Protocol Changes
690 - Comments on the Proposed Host/IMP Protocol Changes
687 - IMP/Host and Host/IMP Protocol
667 - BBN Host Ports
660 - Some Changes to the IMP and the IMP/Host Interface
642 - Ready Line Philosophy and Implementation
638, 633 - IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance Schedule
632 - Throughput Degradation for Single Packet Message
627 - ASCII Text File of Hostnames
626 - On a possible Lockup Condition in IMP Subnet due to Message Sequencing
625 - On Line Hostnames Service
623 - Comments on On-line Host Name Service
622 - Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time
620 - Request for Monitor Host Table Updates
619 - Mean Round-Trip Times in the ARPANET
613 - Network Connectivity: A Response to RFC 603
611 - Two Changes to the IMP/Host Protocol
606 - Host Names On-Line
594 - Speedup of Host-IMP Interface
591 - Addition to the Very Distant Host Specification
568, 567 - Cross-Country Network Bandwidth
548 - Hosts Using the IMP Going Down Message Specification
547 - Change to the Very Distant Host Specification
533 - Message-ID Numbers
534 - Lost Message Detection
528 - Software Checksumming in the IMP and Network Reliability
521 - Restricted Use of IMP DDT
508 - Real-Time Data Transmission on the ARPANET
476, 434 - IMP/TIP Memory Retrofit Schedules
449, 442 - The Current Flow-Control Scheme for IMPSYS
447, 445 - IMP/TIP Preventive Maintenance Schedule
417 - LINK Usage Violation
410 - Removal of the 30-second Delay When Hosts Come Up
406 - Scheduled IMP Software Releases
395 - Switch Settings on IMPs and TIPs
394 - Two Proposed Changes to the IMP-HOST Protocol
369- Evaluation of ARPANET Services (January through March, 1972)
335 - New Interface-IMP/360
312 - Proposed Change in IMP-to-Host Protocol
297 - TIP Message Buffers
280 - A Draft Set of Host Names
274 - Establishing a Local Guide for Network Usage
271 - IMP System Change Notification
270 - Correction to the BBN Report No. 1822
263 - "Very Distant" Host Interface
254 - Scenarios for Using ARPANET Computers
247 - Proffered Set of Standard Host Names
241 - Connecting Computers to NLC Ports
239 - Host Mnemonics Proposed in RFC 226
237 - The NIC's View of Standard Host Names
236 - Standard Host Names
233 - Standardization of Host Call Letters
230 - Toward Reliable Operation of Minicomputer-based Terminals on a TIP
229 - Standard Host Names
228 - Clarification
226 - Standardization of Host Mnemonics
218 - Changing the IMP Status Reporting
213 - IMP System Change Notification
209 - Host/IMP Interface Documentation
208 - Address Tables
073, 067 - Proposed Change to Host/IMP Spec to Eliminate Marking
071 - Reallocation in Case of Input Error
070 - A Note On Padding
064 - Getting Rid of Marking
041 - IMP/IMP Teletype Communication
025 - No High Link Numbers
019 - Two Protocol Suggestions to Reduce Congestion at Swap-Bound Nodes
017a, 017 - Some Questions Re: HOST-IMP Protocol
012 - IMP-HOST Interface Flow Diagrams
007 - HOST-IMP Interface
006 - Conversation with Bob Kahn

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