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
listed below. The matrix indicates the elements of Network software we have verified at each site.
Telnet- NCP- ICP User Server like Log-on Accessed NCP-1 107 80 Telnet Telnet Protocol Procedure Services
—————————————————————– SDC | x | | | | | | | |
UCLA-91 | | x | | x | x | | | |
UCLA-S7 | x | x | x | x | x | | x | x |
SRI-10 | | x | | | | x | x | |
UCSB | x | x | x | | | | x | x |
MIT-10 | | x | | x | | | | |
MIT-645 | |par-| | | | | | |
| |tial| | | | | | |
—————————————————————– LL-67 | x | | x | | x | | | |
BBN-10 | | x | | | | x | x | x |
UTAH | x | x | x | | | x | | |
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.
[ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ] [ into the online RFC archives by Paul Williams 6/97 ]