This file contains citations for all RFCs in numeric order.
RFC citations appear in this format:
Key to citations:
#### is the RFC number.
Following the number are the title (terminated with a period), the author, or list of authors (terminated with a period), and the date (terminated with a period).
The format and byte information follows in parenthesis. The format, either ASCII text (TXT) or PostScript (PS) or both, is noted, followed by an equals sign and the number of bytes for that version. For example (Format: TXT=aaaaa, PS=bbbbbb bytes) shows that the ASCII text version is aaaaa bytes, and the PostScript version of the RFC is bbbbbb bytes.
Obsoletes xxxx refers to other RFCs that this one replaces; Obsoleted by xxxx refers to RFCs that have replaced this one. Updates xxxx refers to other RFCs that this one merely updates but does not replace); Updated by xxxx refers to RFCs that have been updated by this one (but not replaced). Only immediately succeeding and/or preceding RFCs are indicated, not the entire history of each related earlier or later RFC in a related series.
The (Also FYI ##) or (Also STD ##) phrase gives the equivalent FYI or STD number if the RFC was also issued in those document sub-series.
1129 Internet time synchronization: The Network Time Protocol. Mills, D.L. October 1989. (Format: PS=551697 bytes)
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