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IMP-IMP Teletype Communication (RFC0041)

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000003582D
Original Publication Date: 1970-Mar-30
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2000-Sep-13
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J.T. Melvin: AUTHOR

Abstract

I have occasionally found myself in a situatuation in Which I see a message from site X on my IMP teletype, but I don't know the time and date of the message.

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Network Working Group John Melvin

Request for Comments: 41 SRI/ARC

30 March 1970

IMP/IMP Teletype Communication

I have occasionally found myself in a situatuation in

Which I see a message from site X on my IMP teletype, but I don't

know the time and date of the message.

I find this annoying, since a response to it may be in order

if it is (say) less than an hour old, but not if it is several hours

old. The situation is not improved by the existence of sites that

now span all time zones of the U.S. and do not have direct voice

connection.

It is requested that everyone tag their IMP to IMP tele-

type messages that cause no response at the receiving IMP.

The transmitting IMP site should use 24 hour time and include

the time zone designation.

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