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Date:      1 Nov 1982
From:      TCP-IP at BRL
To:        TCP-IP at BRL
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #24
TCP/IP Digest             Monday, 1 Nov 1982       Volume 1 : Issue 24

Today's Topics:
       SRI 2.8 BSD with TCP/IP for PDP-11s now being distributed.
             Clarification about DTI TCP/IP product "ACCESS"
       Courier: The Remote Procedure Call Protocol:  In InterNet?
                 TCP-only throughput figures of ArpaNet
                       DCEC gateway up on SatNet!
                      Results of DCEC Gateway Test
            Looking for DECNet between UNIX and VMS on VAXen.
               Looking for TCP/IP for Bell UNIX System III
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Date: 13 Oct 1982 at 2322-PDT
From: Bill Croft <croft@Sri-Tsc>
Subject: distribution announcement

Distribution of 2.8 BSD with TCP/IP.

Our port of the 4.1a BSD VAX networking code to the PDP11/44 or /70 is now
essentially complete.  We have been running the software on our SRI-PRMH
and SRI-WARF systems for about a month now with very good results.  The
local net drivers tested and running at this time are:  INTERLAN 10 megabit
ethernet, ACC LH-DH, and our locally built SRI1822.  Converting an existing
VAX network device driver to run with the 11 requires editing just a few
lines.  The DEC IMP11A driver has been converted but not yet tested.

I wish we had the time to make this distribution a really polished one, but
we don't.  We make the assumption that you already have installed 2.8 BSD
on your machine, and understand kernel configuration and debugging.  If you
brought up an early 2.8 distribution, I think you qualify.

To avoid licensing difficulties, we are restricting distribution to holders
of Berkeley UNIX licenses (x.x BSD).  Within a few months we hope that the
PDP11 group at Berkeley can take over and incorporate this distribution
into their next 2.82 release.  We are making this release available from
SRI due to the fast approaching ARPA TCP conversion deadline.  The tape we
can send you contains the new kernel, user level network code, and other
necessary tools (such as "cpp" from the VAX that understands long
identifier names).

Here is a copy of the entry recently submitted to SRI-NIC, for the
"tcp-ip-status.txt" document:

5. SRI UNIX 11/44,11/70  V7 (2.8 BSD)

   Date:  13 October 1982
   From:  Bill Croft <croft at sri-tsc>

   This TCP was ported from the Berkeley VAX 4.1a version.  IP, TCP, ICMP,
   UDP, and RAW layers are all kernel resident.  This means we can run
   faster than older PDP11 TCPs that require auxiliary daemons (such as
   BBN's V6 or 3COM's UNET).  Typical TCP interprocess thruput between a VAX
   750 running 4.1a BSD and the 11/44 running 2.8 BSD is 300000 baud;
   this was measured with INTERLAN 10 megabit ethernet hardware.

   For programmers, there is easy access to all layers of protocol, so
   that (e.g.) IP or UDP services can be written.  Service protocols
   available are all of those supplied with the VAX version:  FTP, TELNET,
   ECHO, rlogin, rsh, rexec, talk, routing daemons.

   1.  Hardware - currently requires an I/D machine, such as an 11/44
       or 11/70 with at least a half megabyte of memory.  The total kernel
       size (text, data, and buffers) is about 200K bytes;  so it won't
       fit if you have only 256K bytes.  Although this sounds like a lot
       of bytes, comparison with our older 2.8 BSD NCP-only system shows
       that the kernel has only grown by about 60K bytes.  This is very
       reasonable considering that the entire network is now resident
       versus the NCP case which used a hulking NCP daemon.

       A number of net interfaces are supported.  See the Berkeley VAX
       documentation.  The ones specifically ported to the 11 are:
       INTERLAN 10 megabit ethernet, ACC LH/DH, SRI 1822, DEC IMP11A.
       Porting a new VAX interface driver to the 11 involves changing
       less than 10 lines of code.

   2.  Software - ported from the 4.1a Berkeley VAX UNIX system.
       Manipulates I and D space mapping registers to reference more than
       65K bytes of instructions and data at a time.

   3.  Documentation - supplied on tape as manual pages.

   Contact for further information:  Dan Chernikoff, dan@sri-tsc, (415) 859
   4144.  We can mail a copy of our distribution tape.  Eventually the
   software will be incorporated in Berkeley's next PDP11 distribution
   (2.82 BSD).  This tape is supplied as-is to 2.8 BSD licenses, with no
   warrantees or support expressed or implied.  The terms of your original
   Berkeley license apply:  the software cannot be resold or redistributed.

To get the software, send a magnetic tape and a copy of your 2.8 or 4.x
license to:

	Dan Chernikoff
	SRI International
	333 Ravenswood Ave.
	Menlo Park, CA  94025

As far as updates and bug fixes go, this mailing list (ucbtcp11@sri-tsc)
can be used as a distribution point.  Send a note to dan@sri-tsc to
add or delete names from the list.

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

Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1982 1703-CDT
From: grg at Dti (Gary Grossman)
Subject: TCP/IP for VAX/VMS

This is to clarify a misconception that might be fostered by the note
from Y. Pin Foo in TCP-IP Digest #1:23.  Digital Technology Incorporated (DTI)
does indeed market software including TCP/IP under the name "ACCESS".
Our software is available for connection to the ARPANET via the ACC LH/DH-11.
It is also available in an Ethernet version using 3COM's Unibus Ethernet
interface.

The only 3COM software that we use is the device driver that is supplied
with the 3COM hardware.  All other software, including IP, TCP, TELNET,
FTP, and MAIL, was produced at DTI.

The first copy of the software package costs $15K.  Additional copies
to the same site cost $6K.

	Gary Grossman

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

Date: 18 Oct 1982 13:10:48-EST
From: Chris Kent <cak@Purdue>
Via:  Brl; 18 Oct 82 15:20-EDT

Am in the process of reading this "Xerox System Integration Standard",
and was wondering if anyone had thought about implementing this on top
of IP and/or TCP... and what progress you've made.

Cheers,
chris

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

Date:  7 Oct 1982  9:01:06 EDT (Thursday)
From: Andrew Malis <malis at BBN-UNIX>
Subject: TCP-only throughput figures

Mike,

Vint Cerf suggested that you may be interested in including the
following figures in some form in the TCP-IP digest.  Basically,
they are a comparison of the number of packets going through the
net during the TCP-only test, as compared to the previous day
during the same time period.  They show that during the test, the
network had about 47% of the number of packets flowing as it did
during the previous day at the same time. 

You may want to include the figures as is, or you may want to
just present the totals.  I'll leave that up to you. 

Andy Malis

			HOST THROUGHPUT SUMMARY, OCTOBER 1ST

				Packets Received
			Inter-node      Intra-Node       Total

From Fri Oct  1 12:13:51 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 13:02:44 1982
Net Totals:               338765            33679        372444 
                  
From Fri Oct  1 13:02:46 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 13:51:39 1982
Net Totals:               336164            82056        418220 
                  
From Fri Oct  1 13:51:39 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 14:40:32 1982
Net Totals:               446443            40376        486819 
                  
From Fri Oct  1 14:40:34 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 15:29:27 1982
Net Totals:               451627            66647        518274 
                  
From Fri Oct  1 15:29:27 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 16:00:00 1982
Net Totals:               399462            42043        441505 
                  
			________________________________________

Net Totals:              1972461           264801       2237262
                  
	========================================================


			HOST THROUGHPUT SUMMARY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

				Packets Received
			Inter-node      Intra-Node       Total

From Thu Sep 30 12:17:18 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 13:06:11 1982
Net Totals:               662445            74644        737089 

From Thu Sep 30 13:06:19 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 13:55:12 1982
Net Totals:               671169           174553        845722 

From Thu Sep 30 13:55:14 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 14:44:07 1982
Net Totals:               823234           156222        979456 

From Thu Sep 30 14:44:17 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 15:33:10 1982
Net Totals:               905026           138187       1043213 

From Thu Sep 30 15:33:07 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 16:00:00 1982
Net Totals:               987427           132308       1119735 

			________________________________________


Net Totals:              4049301           675914       4725215


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

Date: 26 Oct 1982 18:55:33 EDT (Tuesday)
From: Michael Brescia <brescia@Bbn-Unix>
To: Cain at Edn-Unix, mcneill at Bbn-Unix, control at Bbn-Unix
Subject: DCEC gateway up on satnet
Redistributed-by: Bob Hinden <hinden@Bbn-Unix>
Redistributed-to: gateway-info at BBN-UNIX
Redistributed-date: 27 Oct 1982  8:49:50 EDT (Wednesday)

Gateway 15 DCEC 10.1.0.20 (Arpanet)	Tue Oct 26 18:47:25 1982

Version 1002

Interfaces:
	UP:	DCEC 4.0.0.24 (Satnet)          !!!!!!!!
	UP:	DCEC 10.1.0.20 (Arpanet)
	UP:	DCEC 21.0.0.2 (EDN)

Neighbors:
	UP:	NTARE 4.0.0.38 (Satnet)         !!!!!!
	UP:	UCL 4.0.0.60 (Satnet)            !!!!

	...

gstatus terminated at Tue Oct 26 18:47:26 1982

------
thanks to dale, peter, mike, mike, bill, cathy, &c, and WUI

The line from DCEC to ETAM has come up for real.  DCEC gateway sees the
satnet, and also its satnet neighbors.  That ought to create real fun for
the gateway routing.

We expect to watch this for a while to make sure it settles in for good.

Mike

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

Date: 29 Oct 1982 11:18:37 EDT (Friday)
From: Bob Hinden <hinden@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: Results of DCEC Gateway Test
To: gateway-info at Bbn-Unix

Yesterdays test, which consisted of looping away the VDH line of the
BBN gateway, was very successfull.  All the traffic which normally
used the BBN gateway as a route between Satnet and the Arpanet was
redirected to the DCEC gateway.  I have included throughput data for
the period before and during the test, showing that the traffic
load switched to the DCEC gateway after the VDH line was looped.

[ Here is the correct throughput data for the DCEC gateway test.
  The first message included the data for the period before the
  test twice.  -Bob Hinden ]

Throughput Summary from 0300 to 0900 EST 28 Oct 82

GWY GWY         RCVD           RCVD     IP       % IP         DEST   % DST
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES    ERRORS  ERRORS       UNRCH   UNRCH

 2  BBN         77,702     3,328,454         0   0.00%           8   0.01%
15  DCEC        54,625     2,342,132         0   0.00%          13   0.02%
TOTALS         132,327     5,670,586         0   0.00%          21   0.02%

GWY GWY         SENT           SENT    DROPPED    % DROPPED
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES   DGRAMS        DGRAMS

 2  BBN         82,797     3,417,237         0        0.00%
15  DCEC        53,983     2,222,390         0        0.00%
TOTALS         136,780     5,639,627         0        0.00%


Throughput Summary 0900 to 1500 EST   28 Oct 82

GWY GWY         RCVD           RCVD     IP       % IP         DEST   % DST
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES    ERRORS  ERRORS       UNRCH   UNRCH

 2  BBN         43,025     1,265,324         1   0.00%          19   0.04%
15  DCEC       101,881     4,979,852         1   0.00%         154   0.15%
TOTALS         144,906     6,245,176         2   0.00%         173   0.12%

GWY GWY         SENT           SENT    DROPPED    % DROPPED
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES   DGRAMS        DGRAMS

 2  BBN         49,409     1,402,482         0        0.00%
15  DCEC       102,607     4,873,176         4        0.00%
TOTALS         152,016     6,275,658         4        0.00%

We are now seeing evidence that having two gateways between the
Arpanet and Satnet is improving the quality of service for the Satnet
users.  This in conjuction with some TCP fixes made to the TAC
software should result in more reliable service.

Bob

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

Date: Wed, 06 Oct 82 15:46:52 CDT
From: estell at NWC-387B
Subject: VMS to UNIX software for DECNet

We are looking for a reliable and affordable software package that implements
a "DEC Net" interface between a UNIX host and a VMS host (both VAX computers).

The idea is that, if we must have UNIX as an ARPANET interface, we want to
be able to connect that host VAX to our other VAX computers, via DECNet.

Also, we have a VAX here at NWC that is running UNIX now; someday they may
want to join our NWCNet (LAN), via "DEC Net."

Do you know of such software?

If not, do you WANT to know about it? (i.e., If I go hunting, do you want
to be informed of my findings?)

Please reply to ESTELL at NWC-387B.

Thanks,
Bob

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

Date:     15 Oct 82 13:42:29-EDT (Fri)
From:     Rick <rturner.xls-onyx02@Udel-Relay>
To:       tcp-ip at BRL
cc:       unix-wizards at Sri-Unix
Subject:  TCP/IP &/or NCP for 3.0 UNIX

We are running UNIX 3.0 on an 11/70 and we're trying to get it running on the
net. We are currently using the CSNET as a gateway to Arpanet, but want
to get our system(s) directly into it.

We are looking at various places to get a reasonable NCP (short-term) and
TCP/IP (longer) that we can port over to 3.0. Is there anyone else out
there in UNIX-land who is trying to get to NCP and/or TCP/IP under these
circumstances?

rick

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

Date: 18 Oct 1982 23:28:47-EST
From: Chris Kent <cak@Purdue>
Reply-to: cak at Purdue
To: rturner.xls-onyx02 at Udel-Relay, tcp-ip at BRL
Subject: Re:  TCP/IP &/or NCP for 3.0 UNIX

Seems like you could get the Greep NCP front end that runs on VAXen
to work. But I'm not sure it would be worth the effort for a little
over two months of access.

As for TCP, you might want to look at the work that Bill Croft has
just completed. Are you tied to a 3.0 kernel? If not, you can
just put his up (it's based on 2.8bsd). Otherwise, you have some
work to do, but his code should be a good guideline.

Cheers,
chris

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

END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
********************

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Date:      Thu Nov  4 07:16:32 1982
From:      TCP-IP@BRL
To:        fa.tcp-ip
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #24


TCP/IP Digest             Monday, 1 Nov 1982       Volume 1 : Issue 24

Today's Topics:
       SRI 2.8 BSD with TCP/IP for PDP-11s now being distributed.
             Clarification about DTI TCP/IP product "ACCESS"
       Courier: The Remote Procedure Call Protocol:  In InterNet?
                 TCP-only throughput figures of ArpaNet
                       DCEC gateway up on SatNet!
                      Results of DCEC Gateway Test
            Looking for DECNet between UNIX and VMS on VAXen.
               Looking for TCP/IP for Bell UNIX System III
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Date: 13 Oct 1982 at 2322-PDT
From: Bill Croft <croft@Sri-Tsc>
Subject: distribution announcement

Distribution of 2.8 BSD with TCP/IP.

Our port of the 4.1a BSD VAX networking code to the PDP11/44 or /70 is now
essentially complete.  We have been running the software on our SRI-PRMH
and SRI-WARF systems for about a month now with very good results.  The
local net drivers tested and running at this time are:  INTERLAN 10 megabit
ethernet, ACC LH-DH, and our locally built SRI1822.  Converting an existing
VAX network device driver to run with the 11 requires editing just a few
lines.  The DEC IMP11A driver has been converted but not yet tested.

I wish we had the time to make this distribution a really polished one, but
we don't.  We make the assumption that you already have installed 2.8 BSD
on your machine, and understand kernel configuration and debugging.  If you
brought up an early 2.8 distribution, I think you qualify.

To avoid licensing difficulties, we are restricting distribution to holders
of Berkeley UNIX licenses (x.x BSD).  Within a few months we hope that the
PDP11 group at Berkeley can take over and incorporate this distribution
into their next 2.82 release.  We are making this release available from
SRI due to the fast approaching ARPA TCP conversion deadline.  The tape we
can send you contains the new kernel, user level network code, and other
necessary tools (such as "cpp" from the VAX that understands long
identifier names).

Here is a copy of the entry recently submitted to SRI-NIC, for the
"tcp-ip-status.txt" document:

5. SRI UNIX 11/44,11/70  V7 (2.8 BSD)

   Date:  13 October 1982
   From:  Bill Croft <croft at sri-tsc>

   This TCP was ported from the Berkeley VAX 4.1a version.  IP, TCP, ICMP,
   UDP, and RAW layers are all kernel resident.  This means we can run
   faster than older PDP11 TCPs that require auxiliary daemons (such as
   BBN's V6 or 3COM's UNET).  Typical TCP interprocess thruput between a VAX
   750 running 4.1a BSD and the 11/44 running 2.8 BSD is 300000 baud;
   this was measured with INTERLAN 10 megabit ethernet hardware.

   For programmers, there is easy access to all layers of protocol, so
   that (e.g.) IP or UDP services can be written.  Service protocols
   available are all of those supplied with the VAX version:  FTP, TELNET,
   ECHO, rlogin, rsh, rexec, talk, routing daemons.

   1.  Hardware - currently requires an I/D machine, such as an 11/44
       or 11/70 with at least a half megabyte of memory.  The total kernel
       size (text, data, and buffers) is about 200K bytes;  so it won't
       fit if you have only 256K bytes.  Although this sounds like a lot
       of bytes, comparison with our older 2.8 BSD NCP-only system shows
       that the kernel has only grown by about 60K bytes.  This is very
       reasonable considering that the entire network is now resident
       versus the NCP case which used a hulking NCP daemon.

       A number of net interfaces are supported.  See the Berkeley VAX
       documentation.  The ones specifically ported to the 11 are:
       INTERLAN 10 megabit ethernet, ACC LH/DH, SRI 1822, DEC IMP11A.
       Porting a new VAX interface driver to the 11 involves changing
       less than 10 lines of code.

   2.  Software - ported from the 4.1a Berkeley VAX UNIX system.
       Manipulates I and D space mapping registers to reference more than
       65K bytes of instructions and data at a time.

   3.  Documentation - supplied on tape as manual pages.

   Contact for further information:  Dan Chernikoff, dan@sri-tsc, (415) 859
   4144.  We can mail a copy of our distribution tape.  Eventually the
   software will be incorporated in Berkeley's next PDP11 distribution
   (2.82 BSD).  This tape is supplied as-is to 2.8 BSD licenses, with no
   warrantees or support expressed or implied.  The terms of your original
   Berkeley license apply:  the software cannot be resold or redistributed.

To get the software, send a magnetic tape and a copy of your 2.8 or 4.x
license to:

	Dan Chernikoff
	SRI International
	333 Ravenswood Ave.
	Menlo Park, CA  94025

As far as updates and bug fixes go, this mailing list (ucbtcp11@sri-tsc)
can be used as a distribution point.  Send a note to dan@sri-tsc to
add or delete names from the list.

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

Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1982 1703-CDT
From: grg at Dti (Gary Grossman)
Subject: TCP/IP for VAX/VMS

This is to clarify a misconception that might be fostered by the note
from Y. Pin Foo in TCP-IP Digest #1:23.  Digital Technology Incorporated (DTI)
does indeed market software including TCP/IP under the name "ACCESS".
Our software is available for connection to the ARPANET via the ACC LH/DH-11.
It is also available in an Ethernet version using 3COM's Unibus Ethernet
interface.

The only 3COM software that we use is the device driver that is supplied
with the 3COM hardware.  All other software, including IP, TCP, TELNET,
FTP, and MAIL, was produced at DTI.

The first copy of the software package costs $15K.  Additional copies
to the same site cost $6K.

	Gary Grossman

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

Date: 18 Oct 1982 13:10:48-EST
From: Chris Kent <cak@Purdue>
Via:  Brl; 18 Oct 82 15:20-EDT

Am in the process of reading this "Xerox System Integration Standard",
and was wondering if anyone had thought about implementing this on top
of IP and/or TCP... and what progress you've made.

Cheers,
chris

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

Date:  7 Oct 1982  9:01:06 EDT (Thursday)
From: Andrew Malis <malis at BBN-UNIX>
Subject: TCP-only throughput figures

Mike,

Vint Cerf suggested that you may be interested in including the
following figures in some form in the TCP-IP digest.  Basically,
they are a comparison of the number of packets going through the
net during the TCP-only test, as compared to the previous day
during the same time period.  They show that during the test, the
network had about 47% of the number of packets flowing as it did
during the previous day at the same time. 

You may want to include the figures as is, or you may want to
just present the totals.  I'll leave that up to you. 

Andy Malis

			HOST THROUGHPUT SUMMARY, OCTOBER 1ST

				Packets Received
			Inter-node      Intra-Node       Total

>From Fri Oct  1 12:13:51 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 13:02:44 1982
Net Totals:               338765            33679        372444 
                  
>From Fri Oct  1 13:02:46 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 13:51:39 1982
Net Totals:               336164            82056        418220 
                  
>From Fri Oct  1 13:51:39 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 14:40:32 1982
Net Totals:               446443            40376        486819 
                  
>From Fri Oct  1 14:40:34 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 15:29:27 1982
Net Totals:               451627            66647        518274 
                  
>From Fri Oct  1 15:29:27 1982
To   Fri Oct  1 16:00:00 1982
Net Totals:               399462            42043        441505 
                  
			________________________________________

Net Totals:              1972461           264801       2237262
                  
	========================================================


			HOST THROUGHPUT SUMMARY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

				Packets Received
			Inter-node      Intra-Node       Total

>From Thu Sep 30 12:17:18 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 13:06:11 1982
Net Totals:               662445            74644        737089 

>From Thu Sep 30 13:06:19 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 13:55:12 1982
Net Totals:               671169           174553        845722 

>From Thu Sep 30 13:55:14 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 14:44:07 1982
Net Totals:               823234           156222        979456 

>From Thu Sep 30 14:44:17 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 15:33:10 1982
Net Totals:               905026           138187       1043213 

>From Thu Sep 30 15:33:07 1982
To   Thu Sep 30 16:00:00 1982
Net Totals:               987427           132308       1119735 

			________________________________________


Net Totals:              4049301           675914       4725215


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

Date: 26 Oct 1982 18:55:33 EDT (Tuesday)
From: Michael Brescia <brescia@Bbn-Unix>
To: Cain at Edn-Unix, mcneill at Bbn-Unix, control at Bbn-Unix
Subject: DCEC gateway up on satnet
Redistributed-by: Bob Hinden <hinden@Bbn-Unix>
Redistributed-to: gateway-info at BBN-UNIX
Redistributed-date: 27 Oct 1982  8:49:50 EDT (Wednesday)

Gateway 15 DCEC 10.1.0.20 (Arpanet)	Tue Oct 26 18:47:25 1982

Version 1002

Interfaces:
	UP:	DCEC 4.0.0.24 (Satnet)          !!!!!!!!
	UP:	DCEC 10.1.0.20 (Arpanet)
	UP:	DCEC 21.0.0.2 (EDN)

Neighbors:
	UP:	NTARE 4.0.0.38 (Satnet)         !!!!!!
	UP:	UCL 4.0.0.60 (Satnet)            !!!!

	...

gstatus terminated at Tue Oct 26 18:47:26 1982

------
thanks to dale, peter, mike, mike, bill, cathy, &c, and WUI

The line from DCEC to ETAM has come up for real.  DCEC gateway sees the
satnet, and also its satnet neighbors.  That ought to create real fun for
the gateway routing.

We expect to watch this for a while to make sure it settles in for good.

Mike

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

Date: 29 Oct 1982 11:18:37 EDT (Friday)
From: Bob Hinden <hinden@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: Results of DCEC Gateway Test
To: gateway-info at Bbn-Unix

Yesterdays test, which consisted of looping away the VDH line of the
BBN gateway, was very successfull.  All the traffic which normally
used the BBN gateway as a route between Satnet and the Arpanet was
redirected to the DCEC gateway.  I have included throughput data for
the period before and during the test, showing that the traffic
load switched to the DCEC gateway after the VDH line was looped.

[ Here is the correct throughput data for the DCEC gateway test.
  The first message included the data for the period before the
  test twice.  -Bob Hinden ]

Throughput Summary from 0300 to 0900 EST 28 Oct 82

GWY GWY         RCVD           RCVD     IP       % IP         DEST   % DST
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES    ERRORS  ERRORS       UNRCH   UNRCH

 2  BBN         77,702     3,328,454         0   0.00%           8   0.01%
15  DCEC        54,625     2,342,132         0   0.00%          13   0.02%
TOTALS         132,327     5,670,586         0   0.00%          21   0.02%

GWY GWY         SENT           SENT    DROPPED    % DROPPED
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES   DGRAMS        DGRAMS

 2  BBN         82,797     3,417,237         0        0.00%
15  DCEC        53,983     2,222,390         0        0.00%
TOTALS         136,780     5,639,627         0        0.00%


Throughput Summary 0900 to 1500 EST   28 Oct 82

GWY GWY         RCVD           RCVD     IP       % IP         DEST   % DST
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES    ERRORS  ERRORS       UNRCH   UNRCH

 2  BBN         43,025     1,265,324         1   0.00%          19   0.04%
15  DCEC       101,881     4,979,852         1   0.00%         154   0.15%
TOTALS         144,906     6,245,176         2   0.00%         173   0.12%

GWY GWY         SENT           SENT    DROPPED    % DROPPED
NO. NAME        DGRAMS         BYTES   DGRAMS        DGRAMS

 2  BBN         49,409     1,402,482         0        0.00%
15  DCEC       102,607     4,873,176         4        0.00%
TOTALS         152,016     6,275,658         4        0.00%

We are now seeing evidence that having two gateways between the
Arpanet and Satnet is improving the quality of service for the Satnet
users.  This in conjuction with some TCP fixes made to the TAC
software should result in more reliable service.

Bob

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

Date: Wed, 06 Oct 82 15:46:52 CDT
From: estell at NWC-387B
Subject: VMS to UNIX software for DECNet

We are looking for a reliable and affordable software package that implements
a "DEC Net" interface between a UNIX host and a VMS host (both VAX computers).

The idea is that, if we must have UNIX as an ARPANET interface, we want to
be able to connect that host VAX to our other VAX computers, via DECNet.

Also, we have a VAX here at NWC that is running UNIX now; someday they may
want to join our NWCNet (LAN), via "DEC Net."

Do you know of such software?

If not, do you WANT to know about it? (i.e., If I go hunting, do you want
to be informed of my findings?)

Please reply to ESTELL at NWC-387B.

Thanks,
Bob

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

Date:     15 Oct 82 13:42:29-EDT (Fri)
From:     Rick <rturner.xls-onyx02@Udel-Relay>
To:       tcp-ip at BRL
cc:       unix-wizards at Sri-Unix
Subject:  TCP/IP &/or NCP for 3.0 UNIX

We are running UNIX 3.0 on an 11/70 and we're trying to get it running on the
net. We are currently using the CSNET as a gateway to Arpanet, but want
to get our system(s) directly into it.

We are looking at various places to get a reasonable NCP (short-term) and
TCP/IP (longer) that we can port over to 3.0. Is there anyone else out
there in UNIX-land who is trying to get to NCP and/or TCP/IP under these
circumstances?

rick

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

Date: 18 Oct 1982 23:28:47-EST
From: Chris Kent <cak@Purdue>
Reply-to: cak at Purdue
To: rturner.xls-onyx02 at Udel-Relay, tcp-ip at BRL
Subject: Re:  TCP/IP &/or NCP for 3.0 UNIX

Seems like you could get the Greep NCP front end that runs on VAXen
to work. But I'm not sure it would be worth the effort for a little
over two months of access.

As for TCP, you might want to look at the work that Bill Croft has
just completed. Are you tied to a 3.0 kernel? If not, you can
just put his up (it's based on 2.8bsd). Otherwise, you have some
work to do, but his code should be a good guideline.

Cheers,
chris

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

END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
********************



-----------[000002][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      16 Nov 1982  9:43:34 EST (Tuesday)
From:      Andrew Malis <malis at BBN-UNIX>
To:        cerf@usc-isi, dcacode252@usc-isi, gpark@bbnc, tcp-ip@sri-nic, gurwitz at BBN-UNIX, herman at BBN-UNIX, haverty at BBN-UNIX, postel@usc-isif, lynch@isib, kahn@usc-isi, DCLARK.INP@mit-multics, mills@usc-isie, feinler@sri-nic
Cc:        malis at BBN-UNIX
Subject:   TCP-only throughput, 11/15
The total ARPANET throughput for yesterday's TCP-only test was
9,466,256 packets.  This is 62% of the total throughput for
the previous Monday, 11/8, when 15,283,672 packets were passed
by the net.

Regards,
Andy Malis
for the NOC

-----------[000003][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      18 Nov 1982 10:35:14 EST (Thursday)
From:      Andrew Malis <malis at BBN-UNIX>
To:        dhenry@bbnc, gpark@bbnc, heiden@bbnc, dcacodeb627@bbnb
Cc:        cerf@usc-isi, dcacode252@usc-isi, tcp-ip@sri-nic, postel@usc-isif, lynch@isib, kahn@usc-isi, DCLARK.INP%mit-multics@usc-isid, mills@usc-isid, feinler@sri-nic, herman at BBN-UNIX, haverty at BBN-UNIX, gurwitz at BBN-UNIX, malis at BBN-UNIX, miller@sri-nic
Subject:   Host-by-host breakdown, 11/15/82
The following is the host-by-host throughput breakdown for the
TCP test on the 15th.  Note that the starting time for the data
is 00:48; since the IMPs weren't completely disabled for NCP
until 00:10 or so, the first recording interval for the data has
been discarded.

Hosts that were only running NCP (or were down for the period)
will have zeros in both columns.  Unfortunately, it is not easy
to correlate this with information about which hosts were up or
down during the day, because the NOC logger only records host
state transistions, and hosts with no up/down transitions during
the day would not show up in the log.  If information is needed
about a specific host, you can get back to me, and I can check
for any transitions between 00:00 on the 15th and now, and
compare this to its current state.  However, this would take me a
while if I were to do it for every host in the net.

Also note that IMPs 33, 35, and 36 had NCP enabled during the
test, for the CINCPAC demo.  By the time of the next test in
December, the PLIs should be fixed to not use link 0, and such
enabling will not be necessary. 

If I can be of any further assistance, please let me know.

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC

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

Host Throughput   From Mon Nov 15 00:48:56 1982
                  To   Tue Nov 16 00:00:03 1982

Host Name      {node/         Packets Sent
                host}    Inter-Node  Intra-Node

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0           0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}        522        1587
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0           0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}        648           0

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0           0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}          0           0
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0           0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}          0           0

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}          0           0
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}          0           0
LOGICON        { 3/2}          0           0
NPRDC          { 3/3}          0           0

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}          0           0
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}        470           0
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0           0

BBNF           { 5/0}       8698       31577
BBNG           { 5/1}      55864       12195
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      49579       68004
BBNA           { 5/3}       5504       13730

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}      32083           0
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0           0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0           0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0           0

RAND-AI        { 7/0}          0           0
RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0           0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}       5174           0
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}          0           0

NRL0           { 8/0}          0           0
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0           0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0           0
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0           0
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}          0           0

HARV-10        { 9/0}          0           0
YALE           { 9/2}          0           0

LL             {10/0}          0           0
LL-TCP         {10/1}        107           0
LL-XN          {10/2}          0           0
LL-11          {10/3}       1717           0

SU-AI          {11/0}          0           0
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      63961          16
SU-SCORE       {11/3}          0           0

DTI-VMS        {12/0}       2810         199
DTI0           {12/1}          0           0

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0           0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}      32378      231372
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       5862      207057

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0           0
CMU-10A        {14/1}         19        6049
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}       7078        1362
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0           0

AMES-67        {16/0}          0           0
AMES-TIP       {16/2}          0           0
AMES-11        {16/3}          0           0

MITRE0         {17/0}          0           0
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0     1558012
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     140271         125
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}      97678        4568

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       2833        1132
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0           0
RADC-TAC       {18/2}      50250        1662
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}          0           0
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0           0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0           0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0           0

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0           0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0           0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0          10

CCTC           {20/0}          0           0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}      93684        8915
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}      91842        1907
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      11148        5692

LLL-UNIX       {21/0}          0           0
LLL-MFE        {21/1}          0           0

ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}         50           0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     414792           0
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0           0
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}       8178           0

USC-ECLB       {23/0}     382543        1899
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     103443         879
USC-TAC        {23/2}      10242         138
USC-ECL        {23/3}     147923         131

NADC           {24/2}          0           0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0           0

SEISMO         {25/0}       9891        3200

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0           0

USC-ISID       {27/0}     674435        2273
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      22960        2121
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     145453         123
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0           0

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0           0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}      31555          17
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}     113513          20
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3181           0

BRL            {29/0}          0           0
ABER-TAC       {29/2}       3359          94
BRL-BMD        {29/3}        294           3

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        467           0

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}          0           0
CCA-VMS        {31/1}         95           0
CCA-TAC        {31/2}        465           0
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}        153           0

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}          0           0
KESTREL        {32/3}         11           0

NPS0           {33/0}       4777          99
FNOC           {33/1}          0           0
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      27393           0
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}      13284         103

LBL0           {34/0}          0           0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}      15283        4467

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     116068          19
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        428        3322
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     215438           3
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}       4151          19

COINS-TAS      {36/0}         24        1019
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}      59237         465
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      19133           0

PURDUE         {37/0}          0           0
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}      13660           0

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}      97935        5593
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}          0           0
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     263600           0

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     135210        9858
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}          0           0
HP-3000        {40/2}          0           0
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     204826       11934

REDST-TAC      {41/2}          0           0

OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0           0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0           0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}          6           0
OFFICE-7       {43/3}       2831           0

MIT-XX         {44/0}     162779           0
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0           0
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0           0
MIT-MC         {44/3}          0           0

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0           0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      12519           0
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}       1848           0

WPAFB0         {47/0}          0           0
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}          0           0
WPAFB-TIP      {47/2}          0           0

AFWL0          {48/0}          0           0
AFWL-TIP       {48/2}          0           0

BBNB           {49/0}      87318           0
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}      27909        5535
BBNC           {49/3}      97118           0

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}      40687           0

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}      72141       17734
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}          0           0
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}      86299       14832

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}          0           0
USC-ISIE       {52/1}     279258       17223
USC-ISIF       {52/2}      89846       37614
USC-ISIB       {52/3}      66886       38943

AFSC-AD        {53/0}      16193         875
NCSC           {53/1}          0           0
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}          1         979
MARTIN         {53/3}          0           0

CIT-20         {54/0}       9424       18957
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        941       26514 
ACC            {54/2}          0           0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}        258         160

ANL0           {55/0}          0           0
ANL-MCS        {55/1}          0           0

SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0           0
SU-DSN         {56/1}          0           0

TYCHO          {57/0}          0           0
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}          0           0

NYU0           {58/0}          0           0
BNL            {58/1}          0           0
RUTGERS        {58/2}          0           0
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0           0

ETAC           {59/0}          0           0

CENTACS-MMP    {60/0}          0           0
CORADCOM-TIP   {60/2}          0           0
CENTACS-TF     {60/3}          0           0

STLA-TAC       {61/2}      44088           0

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}          0           0
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0           0

BBN-RSM        {63/0}       4162           0
BBN-TAC        {63/1}      14272          18
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0           0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}          0           0
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}          0           0

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0           0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}        711           0
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0           0

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0           0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      29836        1143
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       2534         894

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0           0
AFGL1          {66/1}          0           0
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      16212          10

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0           0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       1072          41

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0           0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0           0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}        356           0

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0           0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      12911           0
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0           0

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0           0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        468           2

CLARK-IG       {71/1}       7251           0
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      66404           0

BBN-NOC        {72/0}      21178         394
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0           0
BBNP           {72/2}      97348      146938
RCCGW          {72/3}     298733      134756

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      46241        1406
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       7296         150
SRI-AI         {73/2}          0           0
SRI-IU         {73/3}         70          43

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}        953           0

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        463           0

MIT-GW         {77/0}      82354        3236
MIT-TAC        {77/2}      73190        1924

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}       4472           0
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0           0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}          0           0
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}        871           0

DEC-2136       {79/0}          0           0
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0           0

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}        278          24
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0           0
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     165960           0
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0           0

NALCON         {81/0}          0           0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0           0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      10288         110
NEMS           {81/3}          0           0

BBNT           {82/0}          0           0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}      48074         211
BBN-INOC       {82/2}       9125           0
BBNS           {82/3}     203973        2972
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}       2029        2590

NSWC-DL        {84/0}          0           0
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       3072           3

NWC-387A       {85/0}          0           0
NWC-ELF        {85/1}          0           0
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        340           0
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0           0

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0           0

NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0           0

WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0           0
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       1713          23
UW-VLSI        {91/3}       1990          34

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0           0

OFFICE-8       {93/0}          0           0
OFFICE-10      {93/1}          0           0

UWISC0         {94/0}          0           0
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0           0

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          3           0
S1-A           {95/1}          0           0
S1-B           {95/2}          0           0
S1-C           {95/3}          0           0

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0           0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       5577         174
UDEL-EE        {96/2}       8763         173

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}        466           0
-----------[000004][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      25 Nov 82
From:      TCP-IP at BRL
To:        TCP-IP at BRL
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #25
TCP/IP Digest            Thursday, 25 Nov 1982     Volume 1 : Issue 25

Today's Topics:
                   Needed:  3COM drivers for LD/DH-11
              Finger and Echo servers done for BBN VAX UNIX
            Request for information about TCP implementations
                   SRI-NIC has Digest Archives for FTP
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

From:    Mike Muuss <TCP-IP@BRL>
Subject: Decrease in submissions

Due to a serious decrease in submissions, this issue and subsequent
issues will be sent out as soon as possible, rather than waiting for
a while to "batch" together messages.  I suppose everybody is too busy
setting up their TCP code to send messages....

			Good Luck....TCP only day is near!
				-Mike

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

Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1982 1411-EST
From: Graham Campbell <gc@Bnl>
To: Unix-wizards at Sri-Csl, TCP-IP at BRL
Subject: 3COM TCP/IP drivers

Does anyone have the system interface code and drivers for Unix v7 to
fit between 3COM TCP/IP and an LH/DH 11?  Obviously we need it before
Jan 1.

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

Date: 31 Oct 1982 15:15:35-EST
From: Christopher A. Kent <cak@Purdue>
To: tcp-ip@brl
Subject: Finger and echo servers for BBN VAX TCP/IP

Just wanted to post a short note to let folks running the BBN TCP/IP
for the VAX that we've written finger and echo servers, and that
anyone who wants a copy is welcome to them.

Cheers,
chris

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

Date: 24 Nov 1982 1718-EST
From: Seshashayee Murthy <Murthy@Cmu-Cs-C>
Subject: Re: TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #24
To: TCP-IP at BRL

I would like to find out the following information about TCP implementations.

   - How many different implementations of TCP exist.

   - In which language have they been implemented.  Approximately how many
     lines of code are there in the implementation.

   - On which computers have they been implemented.

   - How much memory and processing power do they require.

If  you  send  the  replies  directly to me I will post my findings back on the
list.  Thanks in advance Sesh

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

From:    Mike Muuss <Mike@BRL>
Subject: TCP-IP Digest Archive

I have been informed by the NIC that they now have a directory
	[SRI-NIC] <TCP-DIGEST>
where they have complete archives of the digest to date.

The NIC is host 10.0.0.73 and supports anonymous NCP FTP.

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

END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
********************

-----------[000005][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      Sat Nov 27 03:02:19 1982
From:      TCP-IP@BRL
To:        fa.tcp-ip
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #25


TCP/IP Digest            Thursday, 25 Nov 1982     Volume 1 : Issue 25

Today's Topics:
                   Needed:  3COM drivers for LD/DH-11
              Finger and Echo servers done for BBN VAX UNIX
            Request for information about TCP implementations
                   SRI-NIC has Digest Archives for FTP
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

From:    Mike Muuss <TCP-IP@BRL>
Subject: Decrease in submissions

Due to a serious decrease in submissions, this issue and subsequent
issues will be sent out as soon as possible, rather than waiting for
a while to "batch" together messages.  I suppose everybody is too busy
setting up their TCP code to send messages....

			Good Luck....TCP only day is near!
				-Mike

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

Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1982 1411-EST
From: Graham Campbell <gc@Bnl>
To: Unix-wizards at Sri-Csl, TCP-IP at BRL
Subject: 3COM TCP/IP drivers

Does anyone have the system interface code and drivers for Unix v7 to
fit between 3COM TCP/IP and an LH/DH 11?  Obviously we need it before
Jan 1.

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

Date: 31 Oct 1982 15:15:35-EST
From: Christopher A. Kent <cak@Purdue>
To: tcp-ip@brl
Subject: Finger and echo servers for BBN VAX TCP/IP

Just wanted to post a short note to let folks running the BBN TCP/IP
for the VAX that we've written finger and echo servers, and that
anyone who wants a copy is welcome to them.

Cheers,
chris

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

Date: 24 Nov 1982 1718-EST
From: Seshashayee Murthy <Murthy@Cmu-Cs-C>
Subject: Re: TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #24
To: TCP-IP at BRL

I would like to find out the following information about TCP implementations.

   - How many different implementations of TCP exist.

   - In which language have they been implemented.  Approximately how many
     lines of code are there in the implementation.

   - On which computers have they been implemented.

   - How much memory and processing power do they require.

If  you  send  the  replies  directly to me I will post my findings back on the
list.  Thanks in advance Sesh

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

From:    Mike Muuss <Mike@BRL>
Subject: TCP-IP Digest Archive

I have been informed by the NIC that they now have a directory
	[SRI-NIC] <TCP-DIGEST>
where they have complete archives of the digest to date.

The NIC is host 10.0.0.73 and supports anonymous NCP FTP.

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

END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
********************

-----------[000006][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      29 Nov 1982
From:      TCP-IP at BRL
To:        TCP-IP at BRL
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #26
TCP/IP Digest		  Monday, 29 Nov 1982      Volume 1 : Issue 26

Today's Topics:
              Request for TCP-IP above X.25 implementation?
                    Implementation Information Source
            Host Throughput Results for 15-Nov TCP Only Tests
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: 29 Nov 1982 0651-EST
From: Marc Shapiro <Shapiro@Mit-Xx>
Subject: X25 / Request for information
To: tcp-ip at BRL

Are there any usable implemetations of either TCP-IP or just TCP above
X.25 for the following systems:
    DEC-20 (Tops-20)
    Vax (unix)
    Multics

Reply to shapiro@mit-xx

PS. I am not on the Tcp-IP list.

[ Such an implementation has been done by the CSNET folks for VAX UNIX.
  Try Chris Kent <CAK @ Purdue>.  -Mike ]

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

Date: 26 Nov 1982 1155-PST
From: POSTEL at Usc-Isif
Subject: Information about Implementations
To:   Murthy at Cmu-Cs-C
cc:   TCp-IP at BRL

Sesh:

The Network Information Center keeps a file of such information.  It
is <NETINFO>TCP-IP-STATUS.TXT on the SRI-NIC host. Please copy it
via FTP.

--jon.

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

Date: 25 Nov 1982  9:25:11 EST (Thursday)
From: Andrew Malis <malis@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: Host throughput results for 11/15/82 TCP-only test
To: tcp-ip at BRL

As you all must know, the ARPANET had a 24-hour TCP only test on
11/15.  On that day, The total ARPANET throughput was 9,466,256
packets.  This is 62% of the total throughput for the previous
Monday, 11/8, when 15,283,672 packets were passed by the net. 

The following data presents the host-by-host throughput breakdown
for the 15th.  Note that the starting time for the data is 00:48
EST; since the IMPs weren't completely disabled for NCP until
00:10 or so, the first recording interval for the data has been
discarded. 

Hosts that were only running NCP (or were down for the period)
will have zeros in both columns.  Also note that IMPs 33, 35, and
36 had NCP enabled during the test, for a Navy exercise. 

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC

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

Host Throughput   From Mon Nov 15 00:48:56 1982
                  To   Tue Nov 16 00:00:03 1982

Host Name      {node/         Packets Sent
                host}    Inter-Node  Intra-Node

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0           0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}        522        1587
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0           0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}        648           0

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0           0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}          0           0
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0           0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}          0           0

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}          0           0
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}          0           0
LOGICON        { 3/2}          0           0
NPRDC          { 3/3}          0           0

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}          0           0
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}        470           0
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0           0

BBNF           { 5/0}       8698       31577
BBNG           { 5/1}      55864       12195
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      49579       68004
BBNA           { 5/3}       5504       13730

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}      32083           0
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0           0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0           0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0           0

RAND-AI        { 7/0}          0           0
RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0           0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}       5174           0
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}          0           0

NRL0           { 8/0}          0           0
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0           0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0           0
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0           0
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}          0           0

HARV-10        { 9/0}          0           0
YALE           { 9/2}          0           0

LL             {10/0}          0           0
LL-TCP         {10/1}        107           0
LL-XN          {10/2}          0           0
LL-11          {10/3}       1717           0

SU-AI          {11/0}          0           0
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      63961          16
SU-SCORE       {11/3}          0           0

DTI-VMS        {12/0}       2810         199
DTI0           {12/1}          0           0

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0           0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}      32378      231372
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       5862      207057

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0           0
CMU-10A        {14/1}         19        6049
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}       7078        1362
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0           0

AMES-67        {16/0}          0           0
AMES-TIP       {16/2}          0           0
AMES-11        {16/3}          0           0

MITRE0         {17/0}          0           0
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0     1558012
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     140271         125
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}      97678        4568

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       2833        1132
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0           0
RADC-TAC       {18/2}      50250        1662
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}          0           0
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0           0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0           0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0           0

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0           0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0           0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0          10

CCTC           {20/0}          0           0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}      93684        8915
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}      91842        1907
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      11148        5692

LLL-UNIX       {21/0}          0           0
LLL-MFE        {21/1}          0           0

ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}         50           0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     414792           0
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0           0
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}       8178           0

USC-ECLB       {23/0}     382543        1899
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     103443         879
USC-TAC        {23/2}      10242         138
USC-ECL        {23/3}     147923         131

NADC           {24/2}          0           0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0           0

SEISMO         {25/0}       9891        3200

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0           0

USC-ISID       {27/0}     674435        2273
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      22960        2121
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     145453         123
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0           0

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0           0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}      31555          17
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}     113513          20
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3181           0

BRL            {29/0}          0           0
ABER-TAC       {29/2}       3359          94
BRL-BMD        {29/3}        294           3

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        467           0

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}          0           0
CCA-VMS        {31/1}         95           0
CCA-TAC        {31/2}        465           0
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}        153           0

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}          0           0
KESTREL        {32/3}         11           0

NPS0           {33/0}       4777          99
FNOC           {33/1}          0           0
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      27393           0
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}      13284         103

LBL0           {34/0}          0           0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}      15283        4467

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     116068          19
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        428        3322
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     215438           3
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}       4151          19

COINS-TAS      {36/0}         24        1019
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}      59237         465
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      19133           0

PURDUE         {37/0}          0           0
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}      13660           0

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}      97935        5593
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}          0           0
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     263600           0

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     135210        9858
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}          0           0
HP-3000        {40/2}          0           0
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     204826       11934

REDST-TAC      {41/2}          0           0

OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0           0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0           0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}          6           0
OFFICE-7       {43/3}       2831           0

MIT-XX         {44/0}     162779           0
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0           0
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0           0
MIT-MC         {44/3}          0           0

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0           0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      12519           0
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}       1848           0

WPAFB0         {47/0}          0           0
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}          0           0
WPAFB-TIP      {47/2}          0           0

AFWL0          {48/0}          0           0
AFWL-TIP       {48/2}          0           0

BBNB           {49/0}      87318           0
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}      27909        5535
BBNC           {49/3}      97118           0

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}      40687           0

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}      72141       17734
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}          0           0
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}      86299       14832

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}          0           0
USC-ISIE       {52/1}     279258       17223
USC-ISIF       {52/2}      89846       37614
USC-ISIB       {52/3}      66886       38943

AFSC-AD        {53/0}      16193         875
NCSC           {53/1}          0           0
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}          1         979
MARTIN         {53/3}          0           0

CIT-20         {54/0}       9424       18957
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        941       26514 
ACC            {54/2}          0           0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}        258         160

ANL0           {55/0}          0           0
ANL-MCS        {55/1}          0           0

SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0           0
SU-DSN         {56/1}          0           0

TYCHO          {57/0}          0           0
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}          0           0

NYU0           {58/0}          0           0
BNL            {58/1}          0           0
RUTGERS        {58/2}          0           0
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0           0

ETAC           {59/0}          0           0

CENTACS-MMP    {60/0}          0           0
CORADCOM-TIP   {60/2}          0           0
CENTACS-TF     {60/3}          0           0

STLA-TAC       {61/2}      44088           0

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}          0           0
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0           0

BBN-RSM        {63/0}       4162           0
BBN-TAC        {63/1}      14272          18
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0           0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}          0           0
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}          0           0

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0           0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}        711           0
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0           0

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0           0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      29836        1143
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       2534         894

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0           0
AFGL1          {66/1}          0           0
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      16212          10

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0           0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       1072          41

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0           0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0           0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}        356           0

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0           0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      12911           0
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0           0

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0           0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        468           2

CLARK-IG       {71/1}       7251           0
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      66404           0

BBN-NOC        {72/0}      21178         394
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0           0
BBNP           {72/2}      97348      146938
RCCGW          {72/3}     298733      134756

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      46241        1406
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       7296         150
SRI-AI         {73/2}          0           0
SRI-IU         {73/3}         70          43

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}        953           0

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        463           0

MIT-GW         {77/0}      82354        3236
MIT-TAC        {77/2}      73190        1924

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}       4472           0
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0           0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}          0           0
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}        871           0

DEC-2136       {79/0}          0           0
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0           0

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}        278          24
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0           0
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     165960           0
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0           0

NALCON         {81/0}          0           0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0           0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      10288         110
NEMS           {81/3}          0           0

BBNT           {82/0}          0           0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}      48074         211
BBN-INOC       {82/2}       9125           0
BBNS           {82/3}     203973        2972
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}       2029        2590

NSWC-DL        {84/0}          0           0
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       3072           3

NWC-387A       {85/0}          0           0
NWC-ELF        {85/1}          0           0
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        340           0
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0           0

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0           0

NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0           0

WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0           0
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       1713          23
UW-VLSI        {91/3}       1990          34

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0           0

OFFICE-8       {93/0}          0           0
OFFICE-10      {93/1}          0           0

UWISC0         {94/0}          0           0
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0           0

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          3           0
S1-A           {95/1}          0           0
S1-B           {95/2}          0           0
S1-C           {95/3}          0           0

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0           0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       5577         174
UDEL-EE        {96/2}       8763         173

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}        466           0

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

END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
********************

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Date:      Tue Nov 30 04:16:54 1982
From:      TCP-IP@BRL
To:        fa.tcp-ip
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #26


TCP/IP Digest		  Monday, 29 Nov 1982      Volume 1 : Issue 26

Today's Topics:
              Request for TCP-IP above X.25 implementation?
                    Implementation Information Source
            Host Throughput Results for 15-Nov TCP Only Tests
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: 29 Nov 1982 0651-EST
From: Marc Shapiro <Shapiro@Mit-Xx>
Subject: X25 / Request for information
To: tcp-ip at BRL

Are there any usable implemetations of either TCP-IP or just TCP above
X.25 for the following systems:
    DEC-20 (Tops-20)
    Vax (unix)
    Multics

Reply to shapiro@mit-xx

PS. I am not on the Tcp-IP list.

[ Such an implementation has been done by the CSNET folks for VAX UNIX.
  Try Chris Kent <CAK @ Purdue>.  -Mike ]

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

Date: 26 Nov 1982 1155-PST
From: POSTEL at Usc-Isif
Subject: Information about Implementations
To:   Murthy at Cmu-Cs-C
cc:   TCp-IP at BRL

Sesh:

The Network Information Center keeps a file of such information.  It
is <NETINFO>TCP-IP-STATUS.TXT on the SRI-NIC host. Please copy it
via FTP.

--jon.

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

Date: 25 Nov 1982  9:25:11 EST (Thursday)
From: Andrew Malis <malis@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: Host throughput results for 11/15/82 TCP-only test
To: tcp-ip at BRL

As you all must know, the ARPANET had a 24-hour TCP only test on
11/15.  On that day, The total ARPANET throughput was 9,466,256
packets.  This is 62% of the total throughput for the previous
Monday, 11/8, when 15,283,672 packets were passed by the net.

The following data presents the host-by-host throughput breakdown
for the 15th.  Note that the starting time for the data is 00:48
EST; since the IMPs weren't completely disabled for NCP until
00:10 or so, the first recording interval for the data has been
discarded.

Hosts that were only running NCP (or were down for the period)
will have zeros in both columns.  Also note that IMPs 33, 35, and
36 had NCP enabled during the test, for a Navy exercise.

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC

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

Host Throughput   From Mon Nov 15 00:48:56 1982
                  To   Tue Nov 16 00:00:03 1982

Host Name      {node/         Packets Sent
                host}    Inter-Node  Intra-Node

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0           0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}        522        1587
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0           0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}        648           0

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0           0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}          0           0
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0           0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}          0           0

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}          0           0
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}          0           0
LOGICON        { 3/2}          0           0
NPRDC          { 3/3}          0           0

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}          0           0
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}        470           0
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0           0

BBNF           { 5/0}       8698       31577
BBNG           { 5/1}      55864       12195
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      49579       68004
BBNA           { 5/3}       5504       13730

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}      32083           0
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0           0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0           0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0           0

RAND-AI        { 7/0}          0           0
RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0           0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}       5174           0
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}          0           0

NRL0           { 8/0}          0           0
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0           0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0           0
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0           0
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}          0           0

HARV-10        { 9/0}          0           0
YALE           { 9/2}          0           0

LL             {10/0}          0           0
LL-TCP         {10/1}        107           0
LL-XN          {10/2}          0           0
LL-11          {10/3}       1717           0

SU-AI          {11/0}          0           0
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      63961          16
SU-SCORE       {11/3}          0           0

DTI-VMS        {12/0}       2810         199
DTI0           {12/1}          0           0

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0           0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}      32378      231372
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       5862      207057

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0           0
CMU-10A        {14/1}         19        6049
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}       7078        1362
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0           0

AMES-67        {16/0}          0           0
AMES-TIP       {16/2}          0           0
AMES-11        {16/3}          0           0

MITRE0         {17/0}          0           0
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0     1558012
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     140271         125
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}      97678        4568

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       2833        1132
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0           0
RADC-TAC       {18/2}      50250        1662
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}          0           0
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0           0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0           0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0           0

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0           0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0           0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0          10

CCTC           {20/0}          0           0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}      93684        8915
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}      91842        1907
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      11148        5692

LLL-UNIX       {21/0}          0           0
LLL-MFE        {21/1}          0           0

ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}         50           0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     414792           0
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0           0
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}       8178           0

USC-ECLB       {23/0}     382543        1899
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     103443         879
USC-TAC        {23/2}      10242         138
USC-ECL        {23/3}     147923         131

NADC           {24/2}          0           0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0           0

SEISMO         {25/0}       9891        3200

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0           0

USC-ISID       {27/0}     674435        2273
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      22960        2121
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     145453         123
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0           0

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0           0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}      31555          17
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}     113513          20
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3181           0

BRL            {29/0}          0           0
ABER-TAC       {29/2}       3359          94
BRL-BMD        {29/3}        294           3

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        467           0

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}          0           0
CCA-VMS        {31/1}         95           0
CCA-TAC        {31/2}        465           0
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}        153           0

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}          0           0
KESTREL        {32/3}         11           0

NPS0           {33/0}       4777          99
FNOC           {33/1}          0           0
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      27393           0
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}      13284         103

LBL0           {34/0}          0           0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}      15283        4467

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     116068          19
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        428        3322
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     215438           3
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}       4151          19

COINS-TAS      {36/0}         24        1019
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}      59237         465
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      19133           0

PURDUE         {37/0}          0           0
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}      13660           0

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}      97935        5593
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}          0           0
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     263600           0

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     135210        9858
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}          0           0
HP-3000        {40/2}          0           0
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     204826       11934

REDST-TAC      {41/2}          0           0

OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0           0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0           0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}          6           0
OFFICE-7       {43/3}       2831           0

MIT-XX         {44/0}     162779           0
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0           0
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0           0
MIT-MC         {44/3}          0           0

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0           0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      12519           0
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}       1848           0

WPAFB0         {47/0}          0           0
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}          0           0
WPAFB-TIP      {47/2}          0           0

AFWL0          {48/0}          0           0
AFWL-TIP       {48/2}          0           0

BBNB           {49/0}      87318           0
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}      27909        5535
BBNC           {49/3}      97118           0

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}      40687           0

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}      72141       17734
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}          0           0
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}      86299       14832

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}          0           0
USC-ISIE       {52/1}     279258       17223
USC-ISIF       {52/2}      89846       37614
USC-ISIB       {52/3}      66886       38943

AFSC-AD        {53/0}      16193         875
NCSC           {53/1}          0           0
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}          1         979
MARTIN         {53/3}          0           0

CIT-20         {54/0}       9424       18957
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        941       26514
ACC            {54/2}          0           0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}        258         160

ANL0           {55/0}          0           0
ANL-MCS        {55/1}          0           0

SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0           0
SU-DSN         {56/1}          0           0

TYCHO          {57/0}          0           0
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}          0           0

NYU0           {58/0}          0           0
BNL            {58/1}          0           0
RUTGERS        {58/2}          0           0
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0           0

ETAC           {59/0}          0           0

CENTACS-MMP    {60/0}          0           0
CORADCOM-TIP   {60/2}          0           0
CENTACS-TF     {60/3}          0           0

STLA-TAC       {61/2}      44088           0

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}          0           0
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0           0

BBN-RSM        {63/0}       4162           0
BBN-TAC        {63/1}      14272          18
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0           0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}          0           0
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}          0           0

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0           0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}        711           0
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0           0

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0           0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      29836        1143
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       2534         894

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0           0
AFGL1          {66/1}          0           0
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      16212          10

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0           0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       1072          41

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0           0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0           0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}        356           0

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0           0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      12911           0
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0           0

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0           0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        468           2

CLARK-IG       {71/1}       7251           0
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      66404           0

BBN-NOC        {72/0}      21178         394
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0           0
BBNP           {72/2}      97348      146938
RCCGW          {72/3}     298733      134756

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      46241        1406
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       7296         150
SRI-AI         {73/2}          0           0
SRI-IU         {73/3}         70          43

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}        953           0

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        463           0

MIT-GW         {77/0}      82354        3236
MIT-TAC        {77/2}      73190        1924

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}       4472           0
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0           0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}          0           0
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}        871           0

DEC-2136       {79/0}          0           0
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0           0

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}        278          24
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0           0
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     165960           0
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0           0

NALCON         {81/0}          0           0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0           0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      10288         110
NEMS           {81/3}          0           0

BBNT           {82/0}          0           0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}      48074         211
BBN-INOC       {82/2}       9125           0
BBNS           {82/3}     203973        2972
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}       2029        2590

NSWC-DL        {84/0}          0           0
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       3072           3

NWC-387A       {85/0}          0           0
NWC-ELF        {85/1}          0           0
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        340           0
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0           0

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0           0

NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0           0

WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0           0
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       1713          23
UW-VLSI        {91/3}       1990          34

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0           0

OFFICE-8       {93/0}          0           0
OFFICE-10      {93/1}          0           0

UWISC0         {94/0}          0           0
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0           0

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          3           0
S1-A           {95/1}          0           0
S1-B           {95/2}          0           0
S1-C           {95/3}          0           0

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0           0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       5577         174
UDEL-EE        {96/2}       8763         173

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}        466           0

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END OF TCP-IP DIGEST
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