Network Working Group 14 July 1971 Request for Comments: 193 E. Harslem - Rand NIC 7138 J. Heafner - Rand
As of 15 July we had contacted or been contacted by the sites
NCP- ICP User Server like Log-on Accessed NCP-1 107 80 Telnet Telnet Protocol Procedure Services
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SRI-10: The Telnet-like protocol differs from Telnet in that lines are terminated by X'OD' rather than X'ODOA'. John Melvin will have it fixed by the time you read this.
LL-67: Joel Winett telles me NCP, ICP, EBCDIC, Telnet and access to a virtual 360 are working. Due to hard- ware difficulties we have not verified this. BBN-10: Same difference as SRI with respect to Telnet. Under certain conditions, the ICP generates a zero byte size. Ray Tomlinson tells me these idiosyncracies will be taken care of in about a week. Three sites have commented that TENEX assigns the same local socket to multiple connec- tions, when acting as a server. Ray says that this is the design -- not an error. BBN TENEX is currently being used productively via the Net, for some non-Network related problems. UTAH: Our tests with UTAH were pre-TENEX. TENEX is currently being installed at UTAH. MIT-645: Our understanding is that most software is working; we have not verified this.
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