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Bob Braden | 27 Jan 17:47 2004
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Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index


  *> From rfc-ed <at> ISI.EDU  Tue Jan 27 06:50:44 2004
  *> To: rfc-editor <at> ISI.EDU
  *> Subject: IEN 209 missing from IEN index
  *> From: Craig Partridge <craig <at> bbn.com>
  *> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 09:50:33 -0500
  *> X-AntiVirus: scanned by AMaViS 0.2.1
  *> X-Spam-Status: No, hits=-0.3 required=5.0
  *> 	tests=AWL
  *> 	version=2.55
  *> X-Spam-Level: 
  *> X-Spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 2.55 (1.174.2.19-2003-05-19-exp)
  *> 
  *> 
  *> Hi folks:
  *> 
  *> Found an interesting quirk.  IEN 209 is cited in RFC 823, but does not
  *> appear in the IEN index.
  *> 
  *>     Rosen,  E.,  "Exterior  Gateway  Protocol,"  IEN-209,   Bolt
  *>     Beranek and Newman Inc., August 1982.
  *> 
  *> Craig
  *> 

Craig,

Thanks for the note.  I wonder whether anyone has a copy of 209? We
don't at ISI.  I seem to recall once having a copy of one of Eric's
documents about EGP, but I think it was the one where he demolished
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Chris Edmondson-Yurkanan | 27 Jan 18:16 2004
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Re: Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index

Bob, to expand on the situation of IEN 209 (for others):

1) Most IEN indexes describe it as follows: 

   The note originally scheduled to be IEN 209 has been issued as an RFC 
   instead.
   Please refer to RFC 904.
      Title:      Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) Formal Specification
      Author:     Dave Mills
      Pathname:   RFC:RFC904.TXT
   Public access files may be copied from the RFC: directory at SRI-NIC.ARPA
   via FTP with username ANONYMOUS and password GUEST.

2) Yet, RFC 904's author is Dave Mills, not Eric Rosen, and has a date of 1984

3) RFC 904 references 2 preceding RFCs, including

	RFC 827
	EXTERIOR GATEWAY PROTOCOL (EGP) 
	Eric C. Rosen Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.  October 1982

4) Thus, I wonder if actually RFC 827 was supposed to be IEN 209,
   and that the IEN 209 description should be changed to reference
   RFC 827 not RFC 904. ????

Thanks, Chris

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Joyce Reynolds | 27 Jan 18:16 2004
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Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index


Folks,

Direct from the hardcopy IEN "Postel" notebooks, which currently live in Bill 
Manning's office and is cared for by Bill Manning  :-)

	"IEN-209"
	
	"NEVER BEEN ISSUED AND WON'T BE ISSUED IN THE FUTURE."
	
	
Joyce

Craig Partridge | 27 Jan 18:27 2004
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Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index


Hi Bob:

That's the citation from RFC 823 -- which suggests the IEN existed
(one thing I wondered is whether the IEN number was assigned, but then
the document morphed into RFC 827?).

Craig

In message <200401271647.IAA21847 <at> gra.isi.edu>, Bob Braden writes:

>
>  *> From rfc-ed <at> ISI.EDU  Tue Jan 27 06:50:44 2004
>  *> To: rfc-editor <at> ISI.EDU
>  *> Subject: IEN 209 missing from IEN index
>  *> From: Craig Partridge <craig <at> bbn.com>
>  *> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 09:50:33 -0500
>  *> X-AntiVirus: scanned by AMaViS 0.2.1
>  *> X-Spam-Status: No, hits=-0.3 required=5.0
>  *> 	tests=AWL
>  *> 	version=2.55
>  *> X-Spam-Level: 
>  *> X-Spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 2.55 (1.174.2.19-2003-05-19-exp)
>  *> 
>  *> 
>  *> Hi folks:
>  *> 
>  *> Found an interesting quirk.  IEN 209 is cited in RFC 823, but does not
>  *> appear in the IEN index.
>  *> 
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Chris Edmondson-Yurkanan | 27 Jan 18:44 2004
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Re: Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index

#
#Hi Bob:
#
#That's the citation from RFC 823 -- which suggests the IEN existed
#(one thing I wondered is whether the IEN number was assigned, but then
#the document morphed into RFC 827?).
#

 If so, it appears to have happened to RFC 823 as well:

	 some of the mirrored IEN indexes even cite that RFC 823 was supposed
	to be IEN 208 :-)

 Chris

#Craig
#
#In message <200401271647.IAA21847 <at> gra.isi.edu>, Bob Braden writes:
#
#>
#>  *> From rfc-ed <at> ISI.EDU  Tue Jan 27 06:50:44 2004
#>  *> To: rfc-editor <at> ISI.EDU
#>  *> Subject: IEN 209 missing from IEN index
#>  *> From: Craig Partridge <craig <at> bbn.com>
#>  *> Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 09:50:33 -0500
#>  *> X-AntiVirus: scanned by AMaViS 0.2.1
#>  *> X-Spam-Status: No, hits=-0.3 required=5.0
#>  *> 	tests=AWL
#>  *> 	version=2.55
#>  *> X-Spam-Level: 
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Joyce Reynolds | 27 Jan 18:55 2004
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Re: Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index


Ditto in Postel's hardcopy notebook for IEN 208

-----------------------------------------

Folks,

Direct from the hardcopy IEN "Postel" notebooks, which currently live in Bill 
Manning's office and is cared for by Bill Manning  :-)

	"IEN-209"
	
	"NEVER BEEN ISSUED AND WON'T BE ISSUED IN THE FUTURE."
	
	
Joyce

Bob Braden | 27 Jan 20:39 2004
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Re: IEN 209 missing from IEN index

  *> 
  *> 
  *> Folks,
  *> 
  *> Direct from the hardcopy IEN "Postel" notebooks, which currently live in Bill 
  *> Manning's office and is cared for by Bill Manning  :-)
  *> 
  *> 
  *> 	"IEN-209"
  *> 	
  *> 	"NEVER BEEN ISSUED AND WON'T BE ISSUED IN THE FUTURE."
  *> 	
  *> 	
  *> Joyce
  *> 

The Man has spoken!!  ;-)

Bob Braden


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