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Network Working Group Vint Cerf Request for Comments: 13 UCLA

                                                        20 August 1969

Referring to NWG/RFC: 11, it appears that file transmissions over auxiliary connections will require some mechanism to specify "END-OF- FILE." It is proposed that a length 0 (zero) message be used for this purpose. Figure 1 shows the format:

←–32 bits—>←–32 bits—>←—16 bits—→←—–?——>


leader marking checksum padding


                              Figure 1
                    Zero Text Length EOF Message
     [ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ]
    [ into the online RFC archives by Michael Brunnbauer 1/97 ]
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