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7. REFERENCES Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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7. REFERENCES

7. REFERENCES

This section lists the primary references with which every implementer must be thoroughly familiar. It also lists some secondary references that are suggested additional reading.

   INTRODUCTORY REFERENCES:


   [INTRO:1] "Requirements for Internet Hosts -- Communication Layers,"
        IETF Host Requirements Working Group, R. Braden, Ed., RFC-1122,
        October 1989.

   [INTRO:2]  "DDN Protocol Handbook," NIC-50004, NIC-50005, NIC-50006,
        (three volumes), SRI International, December 1985.

   [INTRO:3]  "Official Internet Protocols," J. Reynolds and J. Postel,
        RFC-1011, May 1987.

        This document is republished periodically with new RFC numbers;
        the latest version must be used.

   [INTRO:4]  "Protocol Document Order Information," O. Jacobsen and J.
        Postel, RFC-980, March 1986.

   [INTRO:5]  "Assigned Numbers," J. Reynolds and J. Postel, RFC-1010,
        May 1987.

        This document is republished periodically with new RFC numbers;
        the latest version must be used.


   TELNET REFERENCES:


   [TELNET:1]  "Telnet Protocol Specification," J. Postel and J.
        Reynolds, RFC-854, May 1983.

   [TELNET:2]  "Telnet Option Specification," J. Postel and J. Reynolds,
        RFC-855, May 1983.

   [TELNET:3]  "Telnet Binary Transmission," J. Postel and J. Reynolds,
        RFC-856, May 1983.

   [TELNET:4]  "Telnet Echo Option," J. Postel and J. Reynolds, RFC-857,
        May 1983.

   [TELNET:5]  "Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option," J. Postel and J.
        Reynolds, RFC-858, May 1983.

   [TELNET:6]  "Telnet Status Option," J. Postel and J. Reynolds, RFC-
        859, May 1983.

   [TELNET:7]  "Telnet Timing Mark Option," J. Postel and J. Reynolds,
        RFC-860, May 1983.

   [TELNET:8]  "Telnet Extended Options List," J. Postel and J.
        Reynolds, RFC-861, May 1983.

   [TELNET:9]  "Telnet End-Of-Record Option," J. Postel, RFC-855,
        December 1983.

   [TELNET:10] "Telnet Terminal-Type Option," J. VanBokkelen, RFC-1091,
        February 1989.

        This document supercedes RFC-930.

   [TELNET:11] "Telnet Window Size Option," D. Waitzman, RFC-1073,
        October 1988.

   [TELNET:12] "Telnet Linemode Option," D. Borman, RFC-1116, August
        1989.

   [TELNET:13] "Telnet Terminal Speed Option," C. Hedrick, RFC-1079,
        December 1988.

   [TELNET:14] "Telnet Remote Flow Control Option," C. Hedrick, RFC-
        1080, November 1988.


   SECONDARY TELNET REFERENCES:


   [TELNET:15] "Telnet Protocol," MIL-STD-1782, U.S. Department of
        Defense, May 1984.

        This document is intended to describe the same protocol as RFC-
        854.  In case of conflict, RFC-854 takes precedence, and the
        present document takes precedence over both.

   [TELNET:16] "SUPDUP Protocol," M. Crispin, RFC-734, October 1977.

   [TELNET:17] "Telnet SUPDUP Option," M. Crispin, RFC-736, October
        1977.

   [TELNET:18] "Data Entry Terminal Option," J. Day, RFC-732, June 1977.

   [TELNET:19] "TELNET Data Entry Terminal option -- DODIIS
        Implementation," A. Yasuda and T. Thompson, RFC-1043, February
        1988.


   FTP REFERENCES:


   [FTP:1]  "File Transfer Protocol," J. Postel and J. Reynolds, RFC-
        959, October 1985.

   [FTP:2]  "Document File Format Standards," J. Postel, RFC-678,
        December 1974.

   [FTP:3]  "File Transfer Protocol," MIL-STD-1780, U.S. Department of
        Defense, May 1984.

        This document is based on an earlier version of the FTP
        specification (RFC-765) and is obsolete.


   TFTP REFERENCES:


   [TFTP:1]  "The TFTP Protocol Revision 2," K. Sollins, RFC-783, June
        1981.


   MAIL REFERENCES:


   [SMTP:1]  "Simple Mail Transfer Protocol," J. Postel, RFC-821, August
        1982.

   [SMTP:2]  "Standard For The Format of ARPA Internet Text Messages,"
        D. Crocker, RFC-822, August 1982.

        This document obsoleted an earlier specification, RFC-733.

   [SMTP:3]  "Mail Routing and the Domain System," C. Partridge, RFC-
        974, January 1986.

        This RFC describes the use of MX records, a mandatory extension
        to the mail delivery process.

   [SMTP:4]  "Duplicate Messages and SMTP," C. Partridge, RFC-1047,
        February 1988.

   [SMTP:5a]  "Mapping between X.400 and RFC 822," S. Kille, RFC-987,
        June 1986.

   [SMTP:5b]  "Addendum to RFC-987," S. Kille, RFC-???, September 1987.

        The two preceding RFC's define a proposed standard for
        gatewaying mail between the Internet and the X.400 environments.

   [SMTP:6]  "Simple Mail Transfer Protocol,"  MIL-STD-1781, U.S.
        Department of Defense, May 1984.

        This specification is intended to describe the same protocol as
        does RFC-821.  However, MIL-STD-1781 is incomplete; in
        particular, it does not include MX records [SMTP:3].

   [SMTP:7]  "A Content-Type Field for Internet Messages," M. Sirbu,
        RFC-1049, March 1988.


   DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM REFERENCES:


   [DNS:1]  "Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities," P. Mockapetris,
        RFC-1034, November 1987.

        This document and the following one obsolete RFC-882, RFC-883,
        and RFC-973.

   [DNS:2]  "Domain Names - Implementation and Specification," RFC-1035,
        P. Mockapetris, November 1987.


   [DNS:3]  "Mail Routing and the Domain System," C. Partridge, RFC-974,
        January 1986.


   [DNS:4]  "DoD Internet Host Table Specification," K. Harrenstein,
        RFC-952, M. Stahl, E. Feinler, October 1985.

        SECONDARY DNS REFERENCES:


   [DNS:5]  "Hostname Server," K. Harrenstein, M. Stahl, E. Feinler,
        RFC-953, October 1985.

   [DNS:6]  "Domain Administrators Guide," M. Stahl, RFC-1032, November
        1987.

   [DNS:7]  "Domain Administrators Operations Guide," M. Lottor, RFC-
        1033, November 1987.

   [DNS:8]  "The Domain Name System Handbook," Vol. 4 of Internet
        Protocol Handbook, NIC 50007, SRI Network Information Center,
        August 1989.


   SYSTEM INITIALIZATION REFERENCES:


   [BOOT:1] "Bootstrap Loading Using TFTP," R. Finlayson, RFC-906, June
        1984.

   [BOOT:2] "Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)," W. Croft and J. Gilmore, RFC-
        951, September 1985.

   [BOOT:3] "BOOTP Vendor Information Extensions," J. Reynolds, RFC-
        1084, December 1988.

        Note: this RFC revised and obsoleted RFC-1048.

   [BOOT:4] "A Reverse Address Resolution Protocol," R. Finlayson, T.
        Mann, J. Mogul, and M. Theimer, RFC-903, June 1984.


   MANAGEMENT REFERENCES:


   [MGT:1]  "IAB Recommendations for the Development of Internet Network
        Management Standards," V. Cerf, RFC-1052, April 1988.

   [MGT:2]  "Structure and Identification of Management Information for
        TCP/IP-based internets," M. Rose and K. McCloghrie, RFC-1065,
        August 1988.

   [MGT:3]  "Management Information Base for Network Management of
        TCP/IP-based internets," M. Rose and K. McCloghrie, RFC-1066,
        August 1988.

   [MGT:4]  "A Simple Network Management Protocol," J. Case, M. Fedor,
        M. Schoffstall, and C. Davin, RFC-1098, April 1989.

   [MGT:5]  "The Common Management Information Services and Protocol
        over TCP/IP," U. Warrier and L. Besaw, RFC-1095, April 1989.

   [MGT:6]  "Report of the Second Ad Hoc Network Management Review
        Group," V. Cerf, RFC-1109, August 1989.


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