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Network host status (RFC0252)

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000003104D
Original Publication Date: 1971-Oct-08
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Oct-24
Document File: 4 page(s) / 6K

Publishing Venue

Internet Society Requests For Comment (RFCs)

Related People

E. Westheimer: AUTHOR

Abstract

Three Hosts which were not officially able to act as Server's at the time of RFC #240 are now able to do so. These Hosts are:

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Network Working Group                                      E. Wentheimer

Request for Comments: 252                       Bolt, Beranek and Newman

Category: F, G.3                                          8 October 1971

NIC: 7696

   The purpose of this RFC is to report on the recent status of most

   Network Hosts.  During September 27 through September 29 the BBN

   prototype Terminal IMP (Network Address 158) was inaccessible due to

   hardware debugging.  The Network was, therefore, not examined on

   these days.

   Three Hosts which were not officially able to act as Server's at the

   time of RFC #240 are now able to do so.  These Hosts are:

         NETWORK          SITE              COMPUTER

         ADDRESS

         2                SRI (NIC)         PDF-10

         6                MIT (Multics)     H-645

         9                HARVARD           PDP-10

   The Harvard PDP-10, however, has limited core space.  They will,

   therefore, run the Telnet program only occasionally.

   The following two tables summarize the information on the Host status

   for September 30 - October 8.

   NETWORK  SITE  COMPUTER          DAY, DATE AND TIME (Eastern)

   ADDRESS                   TH    F     M     Tu    W     Th     F

                             9/30  10/1  10/4  10/5  10/6  10/7  10/8

                             1100  1753  1200  1600  1100  1300  1530

    1     UCLA     SIGMA-7     O     T     D      O   #D    O     O

   *65    UCLA     IBM-360/91  O     O     D      O    D    O     O

    2     SRI(NIC) PDP-10      O    #D     T     #T    O    T    #D

    66    SRI(AI)  PDP-10      D     D     D     D     D    D     D

    3     UCSB     IBM-360/75  D     O     O     O     O    O     O

    4     UTAH     PDP-10      D     D     D     D     D    D     D

    69    BBN(TENEX)  PDP-10   T     T     O     O     O    D     D

    6     MIT(Multics)H-645    O     O     D     T     D    T     T

    70    MIT(DM)     PDP-10   D     H     D     T     D    T     T

    8     SDC         IBM-360  D     D     D     D     D    D     D

    9     HARVARD     PDP-10   T     D     T     D     D    T     T

    10    LINCOLN     IBM-360  H     H     H     H     D    T     D

Wnetheimer                                                      [Page 1]

RFC 252                                                     October 1971

   where

      D = Dead (Destination Host either dead or inaccessible [due to

      network partitioning or local IMP failure] from the BBN Terminal

      IMP.)

      R = Refused (Destination Host returned a CLS to the initial RFC.)

      T = Timed out (Destination Host did not respond in any way to the

      initial RFC, although not dead.)

      H = 1/2  Open (Destination Host opened a co...