RFCs and IENs

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RFC 6900 to 6999 RFC 7000 to 7099 RFC 7100 to 7199
RFC 6600 to 6699 RFC 6700 to 6799 RFC 6800 to 6899
RFC 6300 to 6399 RFC 6400 to 6499 RFC 6500 to 6599
RFC 6000 to 6099 RFC 6100 to 6199 RFC 6200 to 6299
RFC 5700 to 5799 RFC 5800 to 5899 RFC 5900 to 5999
RFC 5400 to 5499 RFC 5500 to 5599 RFC 5600 to 5699
RFC 5100 to 5199 RFC 5200 to 5299 RFC 5300 to 5399
RFC 4800 to 4899 RFC 4900 to 4999 RFC 5000 to 5099
RFC 4500 to 4599 RFC 4600 to 4699 RFC 4700 to 4799
RFC 4200 to 4299 RFC 4300 to 4399 RFC 4400 to 4499
RFC 3900 to 3999 RFC 4000 to 4099 RFC 4100 to 4199
RFC 3600 to 3699 RFC 3700 to 3799 RFC 3800 to 3899
RFC 3300 to 3399 RFC 3400 to 3499 RFC 3500 to 3599
RFC 3000 to 3099 RFC 3100 to 3199 RFC 3200 to 3299
RFC 2700 to 2799 RFC 2800 to 2899 RFC 2900 to 2999
RFC 2400 to 2499 RFC 2500 to 2599 RFC 2600 to 2699
RFC 2100 to 2199 RFC 2200 to 2299 RFC 2300 to 2399
RFC 1800 to 1899 RFC 1900 to 1999 RFC 2000 to 2099
RFC 1500 to 1599 RFC 1600 to 1699 RFC 1700 to 1799
RFC 1200 to 1299 RFC 1300 to 1399 RFC 1400 to 1499
RFC 900 to 999 RFC 1000 to 1099 RFC 1100 to 1199
RFC 600 to 699 RFC 700 to 799 RFC 800 to 899
RFC 300 to 399 RFC 400 to 499 RFC 500 to 599
RFC 1 to 99 RFC 100 to 199 RFC 200 to 299

IEN 1 - 99 IEN 100 - 199 IEN 200 - 212

Description:

The RFC series of documents on networking began in 1969 as part of the original ARPANET project. RFCs cover a wide range of topics in addition to Internet Standards, from early discussion of new research concepts to status memos about the Internet. The publication of RFCs is the direct responsibility of the RFC Editor, under the general direction of the IAB, Internet Architecture Board.

Most RFCs are available in ASCII text format. Some RFCs are also available in other formats such as Postscript or PDF.

The guidelines to publishing RFCs can be found at www.rfc-editor.org/howtopub.html


Glossary:


RFCs:

[RFC 598] RFC Index - December 5, 1973.

[RFC 628] Status of RFC Numbers and a Note on Pre-assigned Journal Numbers.

[RFC 1000] THE REQUEST FOR COMMENTS REFERENCE GUIDE.

[RFC 1012] BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REQUEST FOR COMMENTS 1 THROUGH 999.

[RFC 1311] Introduction to the STD Notes.

[RFC 1796] Not All RFCs are Standards.

[RFC 2026] The Internet Standards Process -- Revision 3.

[RFC 2028] The Organizations Involved in the IETF Standards Process.

[RFC 2119] Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels.

[RFC 2223] Instructions to RFC Authors.

[RFC 2555] 30 Years of RFCs.

[RFC 2629] Writing I-Ds and RFCs using XML.

[RFC 3199] Request for Comments Summary RFC Numbers 3100-3199.

[RFC 3299] Request for Comments Summary RFC Numbers 3200-3299.

[RFC 3499] Request for Comments Summary RFC Numbers 3400-3499.

[RFC 3552] Guidelines for Writing RFC Text on Security Considerations.

[RFC 3599] Request for Comments Summary RFC Numbers 3500-3599.

[RFC 4020] Early IANA Allocation of Standards Track Code Points.

[RFC 4677] The Tao of IETF: A Novice's Guide to the Internet Engineering Task Force.

[RFC 5226] Guidelines for Writing an IANA Considerations Section in RFCs.

[RFC 5385] Version 2.0 Microsoft Word Template for Creating Internet Drafts and RFCs.


Publications:


Obsolete RFCs:

[RFC 84] LIST OF NWG/RFC's 1-80.

[RFC 100] Categorization and Guide to NWG/RFCs.

[RFC 160] RFC Brief List.

[RFC 170] RFC List by Number.

[RFC 200] RFC List by Number.

[RFC 699] Requests For Comments Summary Notes: 600-699.

[RFC 800] Requests For Comments Summary Notes: 700-799.

[RFC 825] Request for Comments on Requests for Comments.

[RFC 899] Requests For Comments Summary Notes: 800-899.

[RFC 999] Requests For Comments Summary Notes: 900-999.

[RFC 1111] Request for Comments on Request for Comments Instructions to RFC Authors.

[RFC 1310] The Internet Standards Process.

[RFC 1543] Instructions to RFC Authors.

[RFC 1602] The Internet Standards Process -- Revision 2.

[RFC 2434] Guidelines for Writing an IANA Considerations Section in RFCs.

[RFC 3160] The Tao of IETF - A Novice's Guide to the Internet Engineering Task Force.

[RFC 3285] Using Microsoft Word to create Internet Drafts and RFCs.


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