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   1.  Ross Finlayson, Timothy Mann, Jeffrey Mogul, Marvin Theimer.  A
       Reverse Address Resolution Protocol.  RFC 903, NIC, June, 1984.

   2.  Ross Finlayson.  Bootstrap Loading using TFTP.  RFC 906, NIC,
       June, 1984.

   3.  Mark Lottor.  Simple File Transfer Protocol.  RFC 913, NIC,
       September, 1984.

   4.  Jeffrey Mogul.  Broadcasting Internet Packets.  RFC 919, NIC,
       October, 1984.

   5.  David Plummer.  An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol.  RFC
       826, NIC, September, 1982.

   6.  Jon Postel.  File Transfer Protocol.  RFC 765, NIC, June, 1980.

   7.  Jon Postel.  User Datagram Protocol.  RFC 768, NIC, August, 1980.

   8.  Jon Postel.  Internet Protocol.  RFC 791, NIC, September, 1981.

   9.  K. R. Sollins, Noel Chiappa.  The TFTP Protocol.  RFC 783, NIC,
       June, 1981.

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