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Margaret Wasserman wrote:
RFC0885 Telnet end of record option
This option was, at least at one time, used for telnet clients that
connected to IBM mainframes... It was used to indicate the end of a
3270 datastream. I don't know if it is still used in that fashion, but
Bob Moskowitz might know.
Thanks. It sounds about right. I'm sure tn3270 is out there and used
but I don't know what options it uses.
RFC1041 Telnet 3270 regime option
I'm not sure what this was ever used for, but again Bob Moskowitz would
be a good person to ask if this is still in-use.
RFC1269 Definitions of Managed Objects for the Border Gateway
Protocol: Version 3
Why would this be cruft? The BGP4 MIB was just recently approved...
Good thing too. Take a good look at 1269. I don't think it would pass
a MIB compiler test today. If you approved the BGP4-MIB, ought not that
have obsoleted this guy?
RFC1518 An Architecture for IP Address Allocation with CIDR
RFC1519 Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR): an Address
Assignment and Aggregation Strategy
CIDR is still in-use and rather frequently discussed in other
documents. Are there newer references or something?
Yah. Something slipped here. One of these two docs is cruftier than
the other, and while we don't have a newer reference, we're likely to
cruftify one of them and recommend that the other be revised and advanced.
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