IEN 100 to 199

IEN 1 to 99 IEN 200 to 212

[IEN 100] Comparison of the DIN FTP and the NI FTP.

[IEN 101] AUTODIN FTP Summary.

[IEN 102] Comparison of AUTODIN FTP with NI FTP.

[IEN 103] An Experimental Network Information Center Name Server (NICNAME).

[IEN 104] Minutes of the Fault Isolation Meeting.

[IEN 105] ARPA Catenet Monitoring and Control.

[IEN 106] Internet Meeting Notes - 8, 9, 10, and 11 May 1979.

[IEN 107] SATNET Reconfiguration Plan.

[IEN 108] Internet User Queues.

[IEN 109] HOW TO BUILD A GATEWAY.


[IEN 110] Internet Addressing and Naming in a Tactical Environment.

[IEN 111] INTERNET PROTOCOL.

[IEN 112] TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL.

[IEN 113] INTERNET MESSAGE PROTOCOL.

[IEN 114] PROTOCOL OPTIONS.

[IEN 115] ADDRESS MAPPINGS.

[IEN 116] INTERNET NAME SERVER.

[IEN 117] ASSIGNED NUMBERS.

[IEN 118] Internet Protocol Handbook.

[IEN 119] ST - A Proposed Internet Stream Protocol.


[IEN 120] INTERNET ROUTING AND THE NETWORK PARTITION PROBLEM.

[IEN 121] Internet Meeting Notes - 10, 11, 12 & 13 September 1979.

[IEN 122] On Addressing and Related Issues. (or: Fuel for a Discussion).

[IEN 123] DOD STANDARD INTERNET PROTOCOL.

[IEN 124] DOD STANDARD TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL.

[IEN 125] PRE-EMPTION.

[IEN 126] SUMMARY OF THE ARPA/ETHERNET COMMUNITY MEETING.

[IEN 127] ASSIGNED NUMBERS.

[IEN 128] DOD STANDARD INTERNET PROTOCOL.

[IEN 129] DOD STANDARD TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL.


[IEN 130] Comparison of X.25 and TCP-4 as Cable-bus Network Protocols.

[IEN 131] Gateway Monitoring Protocol.

[IEN 132] The CMCC Terminal Process.

[IEN 133] The TFTP Protocol.

[IEN 134] Internet Meeting Notes - 4, 5, & 6 February 1980.

[IEN 135] ADDRESSING MOBILE HOSTS IN THE ARPA INTERNET ENVIRONMENT.

[IEN 136] Memory Management Extensions to the SRI Micro Operating System for PDP-11/23/34/35/40.

[IEN 137] ON HOLY WARS AND A PLEA FOR PEACE.

[IEN 138] Initial Comparison of EPRs and IPRs in the Pup Internet Environment.

[IEN 139] HOSTs as IMPs.


[IEN 140] Mutual Encapsulation of Internetwork Protocols.

[IEN 141] Message System Issues.

[IEN 142] Time Server.

[IEN 143] Environment Considerations for Campus-Wide Networks.

[IEN 144] Source Routing for Campus-Wide Internet Transport.

[IEN 145] Internet Meeting Notes - 14 & 15 May 1980.

[IEN 146] FLYING PACKET RADIOS AND NETWORK PARTITIONS.

[IEN 147] UTILIZING INTERNET ROUTES AS EXPRESSWAYS THROUGH SLOW NETS.

[IEN 148] TELNET PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION.

[IEN 149] FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL.


[IEN 150] TCP JSYS CALLING SEQUENCES.

[IEN 151] FINAL REPORT OF THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY TCP PROJECT.

[IEN 152] DoD Protocol Standardization.

[IEN 153] Realization of the Yellow Book Transport Service Above TCP.

[IEN 154] Realization of the Yellow Book Transport Service Above TCP.

[IEN 155] The Yellow Book Transport Service: Principles and Status.

[IEN 156] CONTROLLED ROUTING IN THE CATENET ENVIRONMENT.

[IEN 157] CMCC PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT MESSAGE FORMATS.

[IEN 158] XNET Formats for Internet Protocol Version 4.

[IEN 159] Notes on the "Worm" programs -- some early experience with a distributed computation.


[IEN 160] Internet Meeting Notes -- 7-8-9 October 1980.

[IEN 161] A Proposal for Simple Measurement Support for Users.

[IEN 162] TRANSPORT, ADDRESSING, AND ROUTING IN THE WIDEBAND NET.

[IEN 163] Echo Delay Measurements With GGP Packets.

[IEN 164] CMOS SYSTEM OVERVIEW.

[IEN 165] About addressing in the WBnet.

[IEN 166] DESIGN OF TCP/IP FOR THE TAC.

[IEN 167] HP3000 TCP DESIGN DOCUMENT.

[IEN 168] VAX-UNIX Networking Support Project Implementation Description.

[IEN 169] A Simple NIFTP-Based Mail System.


[IEN 170] ON IP-ADDRESSING.

[IEN 171] Addressing in the ARPAnet, another visit.

[IEN 172] A SIMPLE MESSAGE GENERATOR.

[IEN 173] Time Synchronization in DCNET Hosts.

[IEN 174] Private Network DTE Addressing.

[IEN 175] Internet Meeting Notes -- 28-29-30 January 1981.

[IEN 176] The DECSYSTEM-20 TCP/IP user interface.

[IEN 177] Comments on Action Items from the January Meeting.

[IEN 178] ADDRESSING PROBLEMS IN MULTI-NETWORK SYSTEMS.

[IEN 179] Addressing and Routing.


[IEN 180] A suggestion for internet message forwarding for MOSIS.

[IEN 181] Van Gateway: Some Routing and Performance Issues.

[IEN 182] Issues in Buffer Management.

[IEN 183] Logical Addressing.

[IEN 184] ISSUES IN INTERNETTING PART 1: MODELLING THE INTERNET.

[IEN 185] DEVELOPMENT OF UK/US NETWORK SERVICES AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON.

[IEN 186] PROPOSED DCEC IP SPECIFICATION.

[IEN 187] ISSUES IN INTERNETTING PART 2: ACCESSING THE INTERNET.

[IEN 188] ISSUES IN INTERNETTING PART 3: ADDRESSING.

[IEN 189] ISSUES IN INTERNETTING PART 4: ROUTING.


[IEN 190] Routing and Access Control in UK to US Services.

[IEN 191] Comments on Rosen's Memos.

[IEN 192] HOST/SATNET PROTOCOL.

[IEN 193] Timer-Based Mechanisms in Reliable Transport Protocol Connection Management.

[IEN 194] DCNET Mail Plan.

[IEN 195] COMMENTS ON NBS TRANSPORT PROTOCOL PROPOSAL [1].

[IEN 196] ISSUES INVOLVING NON-ROUTING GATEWAYS.

[IEN 197] A Host Monitoring Protocol.

[IEN 198] Extended Memory MOS for a UNIX Development Host.

[IEN 199]


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