Where do I get RFC's?

Where do I get RFC's?

Post by Norman Sol » Sun, 02 Dec 1990 18:12:00



This is one that should probably be in the "Frequently Asked Questions"
paper in news.announce.newusers but since it isn't I'll ask anyway:

Where does one get RFC's (electronic or paper, doesn't matter)?

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Where do I get RFC's?

Post by Carl S. Gutekun » Sun, 02 Dec 1990 03:46:00



>Where does one get RFC's (electronic or paper, doesn't matter)?

The source for the Request For Comments documents, DDN Protocol specifications,
and all other Internet documentation, is:

        DDN Network Information Center
        SRI International
        333 Ravenswood Avenue
        Room EJ291
        Menlo Park, CA 94025
        +1 415 326 6200

The documents can be ordered in hardcopy; machine readable copies are available
via anonymous FTP from SRI-NIC.ARPA. A number of the mod.sources archive sites
(including uunet and pyramid) also have many of the RFCs online.

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