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Network Working Group R. Alter Request for Comments #301 BBN NIC #9073 11 February 1972 References: None Updates: None Obsoletes: None

            BBN IMP (#5) AND NCC SCHEDULE MARCH 4, 1971
 On Saturday morning, March 4, 1972, at 0800 EST the BBN IMP (#5)
 will go off the air to allow for a move of the equipment to a
 new location in BBN's facilities.  The NCC telephone and operators
 will be available as usual during this period.  We hope to have
 the IMP back on the Network by early Saturday afternoon; the
 choice of Saturday morning was made intentionally so that if by
 some stroke of fate all our wideband lines stay down longer than
 anticipated, the impact on others in the network will be minimized.
 We anticipate that all other sites will operate normally through
 this period.
 Shortly subsequent to this move, a new Host will be connected to
 the net.  This is a PDP-1D at BBN which will be used for certain
 additional NCC functions.  It will not be a Server site.  We
 prefer the Host name "BBN-1D"; its network address will be 197.
     [ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ]
     [ into the online RFC archives by BBN Corp. under the   ]
     [ direction of Alex McKenzie.                   12/96   ]
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