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Title : A Roadmap for TCP Specification Documents
Author(s) : M. Duke, et al.
Filename : draft-ietf-tcpm-tcp-roadmap-01.txt
Pages : 32
Date : 2005-1-28
This document contains a "roadmap" to the Requests for Comments (RFC)
documents relating to the Internet's Transmission Control Protocol
(TCP). This roadmap provides a brief summary of the documents
defining TCP and various TCP extensions that have accumulated in the
RFC series. This serves as a rough guide and quick reference for
both TCP implementers and other parties that need help consuming the
vast cornucopia of TCP-related RFCs.
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