Month of February 2019 - Page Number 18

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  1. 171.
    This RFC suggests a simple method for workstations to dynamically access mail from a mailbox server. The intent of the Post Office Protocol (POP) is to allow a user's workstation to access mail from a mailbox server. It is expected that mail will be posted from the workstation to the mailbox server via...
    IPCOM000257506D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Oct-01
  2. 172.
    This RFC proposed a new service for the ARPA-Internet community and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. The network mail path service fills the current need of people to determine mailbox addresses for hosts that are not part of the ARPA-Internet but can be reached by one or more relay...
    IPCOM000257505D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Dec-01
  3. 173.
    This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. This paper proposes and specifies a protocol which allows two programs to reliably communicate over a communication link. It ensures that the data entering one end of the link...
    IPCOM000257504D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Oct-01
  4. 174.
    This memo describes a proposed Simple File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). It fills the need of people wanting a protocol that is more useful than TFTP but easier to implement (and less powerful) than FTP. SFTP supports user access control, file transfers, directory listing, directory changing, file renaming...
    IPCOM000257503D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Sep-01
  5. 175.
    This RFC focuses discussion on the particular problems in the ARPA-Internet of low speed network interconnection with personal computers, and possible methods of solution. None of the proposed solutions in this document are intended as standards for the ARPA-Internet. Rather, it is hoped that a general...
    IPCOM000257502D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Sep-01
  6. 176.
    A method of security could require that two devices be present (i.e., both a smart phone and another personal device such as a smart watch) in order to approve a credit transaction with electronic pay. This would prevent someone who stole/found a single device from being able to use it to tender a transaction.
    IPCOM000257501D | 2019-Feb-18
  7. 177.
    This memo describes an implementation of the Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) (in that sense it is a status report). The memo also discusses some possible extentions and some design issues (in that sense it is an invitation for further discussion).
    IPCOM000257500D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Aug-01
  8. 178.
    This memo describes a proposed authentication protocol for verifying the identity of a user of a TCP connection. Given a TCP port number pair, it returns a character string which identifies the owner of that connection on the server's system. Suggested uses include automatic identification and...
    IPCOM000257499D | Original Publication Date: 1984-Sep-01
  9. 179.
    IPCOM000257498D | Original Publication Date: 1971-Jan-01
  10. 180.
    IPCOM000257497D | 2019-Feb-18