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Date:      Fri Dec  3 02:48:34 1982
From:      brl-bmd!dpk
To:        fa.human-nets,fa.tcp-ip,fa.telecom
Subject:   More about digest forwarding

	I have found a way to prevent our system from putting
an expiration date on the articles that we forward into USENET.
I have changed our system from to not add an expiration date
on fa.telecom, fa.tcp-ip, and fa.human-nets.  This note supersedes
my previous note sent earlier this evening.  As before, problems
should be addressed to me.

					Cheers,
						-Doug-

						decvax!brl-bmd!dpk
						and  dpk@brl

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Date:      5 Dec 1982
From:      TCP-IP at BRL
To:        TCP-IP at BRL
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #27
TCP/IP Digest             Sunday, 5 Dec 1982       Volume 1 : Issue 27

Today's Topics:
                      IBM Rumored to Support TCP/IP
                ArpaNet to Convert to TCP/IP on 1-Jan-83
                    ArpaNet Split ==> MILNET + EXPNET
         Transmitting For-Official-Use-Only Material on the Net
                    DEC to Distribute TOPS-20 TCP/IP
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date:  1 Dec 1982 0811-PST
From: Johnson at Sumex-Aim
Subject: IBM and TCP/IP
To:   tcp-ip at BRL

Reliable information has it that IBM Federal Systems Division
has developed a version of TCP/IP for one or more IBM operating
systems.  IBM internally is evaluating the possibility of making
a "real product" of the implementation.

Persons or organizations interested in such a product should talk to 
their IBM marketing reps (who may know nothing about the fact this is
going on...or even what TCP/IP is) and make sure that the rep fills
out a P.S.R.R. on their requirements.  This will help convince IBM
officials that there is indeed a market for such a product.

Suzanne Johnson

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:50:08-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  TCP/IP Conversion Date

Based on recent discussions with DCA about the ArpaNet, I offer these tidbits:

Just as a reminder, the 1-Jan-83 date for conversion to TCP/IP only
on the ArpaNet is **rock solid**.  Hosts which do not have the new
protocols running will be unable to access the network.

Also, those sites still running Honeywell H316s as TIPs (not TACs)
will be unable to reach any hosts with those TIPs.

All Honeywell equipment is supposed to be removed from the network
by March 83;  some sites still have not ordered C/30 equipment.

All Pluribus equipment was removed from the net in October of this year.
				-Mike

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:45:55-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  ArpaNet Split

At the ArpaNet Sponsor's meeting yesterday, the following letter
was distributed, with a list of host & IMP alignmets in the new
networks.

---

B610					29 Oct 1982


	The existing ARPANET will be split into a network for operational
traffic (MILNET) and an experimental network which will retain the name
ARPANET.  Current plans are to effect this split in late CY83.
Communications between the two networks will be via mail-forwarding
servers provided by DCA.  The IMP, TAC, and Host alignments on the MILNET
or the Experimental Network are enclosed.

	It is recognized that in some cases the alignment is not as
originally requested by the sponsor.  Alignment decisions were made
following careful consideration of inputs from sponsors, together with
the desire of DARPA to reduce the size of the ARPANET to a more
manageable size for continued network and internetwork experimentation.

	Alignment reclamas should be submitted to DCA Code B610.  Those
reclamas requesting IMP, TAC, or Host participation on the Experimental
Network will be forwarded to DARPA for review and approval.  Reclamas
will be accepted until 15 Jan 83.  Final network alignments and initial
scheduling for the ARPANET split will be announced by 4 Feb 83.

				Sincerely,

				(initialed)
				HEIDI B. HEINDEN
				COL, USA
				DDN Program Manager

----

For those sites unsure of their alignment, check with your
ArpaNet sponsor.  Sites needing Host connections to both networks
must submit an RFS (Request for Service) through regular channels
for the additional connections.

A two-stage approach to accomplishing the split will be employed.
First will be a logical separation using the COI (community of interest)
feature of the IMPs, to take place around July 83.

At that time 4 "special" InterNet gateways will go into operation, 2 on
each cost, at DCEC, BBN, ISI, and SRI.  These gateways will only forward
InterNet packets for the SMTP protocol, permitting only a mail connection
between the two networks.  TAC access control for the MILNET TACs will
be added as soon as feasable after this partitioning.
MILNET will be class A network number 26 (the old AUTODIN II number),
while ARPANET will retain class A network number 10.

The second stage will involve an actual reconfiguration of backbone
circuits, making the separation of the networks a physical partitioning.
This is targeted for Jan 84.  NCC and NIC services will be availible on
both nets, with DCA running the MINET NOC and BBN running the ArpaNet NOC.

At the time of the physical partitioning, DES encryption will be added to
all MILNET trunks, and all MILNET IMPs will have to be relocated to
"restricted" locaions.  DCA has defined a "restricted" location as
(this is NOT an exact quote) an area which can be accessed by authorized
personnel only, all others to be accompanied by an escort, in a
controled access room with either locked doors (card or key access)
or a guarded door with access lists and positive identification.
All authorized personnel will be ADP.II cleared personnel only
as per OPM directive CSC78.

DISCUSSION.  (My own personal opinions).

There are very good engineering reasons for partitioning the network
into two separate pieces.  Simply from the point of view of adding
more bandwidth to the existing network, the additional trunking
provided by the split will improve performance greatly.  This will
also permit expansion of the two networks to proceed without interfering
with each other.  The planned growth for the ArpaNet is low, while
the MILNET is expecting explosive growth.  Something like 50 new
MILNET sites are already in the works.

The InterNet concept makes this split an easily accomplished thing,
thanks to the InterNet gateways.  However, the "special" gateway is
a thing which tends to diminish the value of the split by only allowing
mail traffic across it.  I invite the readers of the digest to
discuss this issue.

The reason for the existance of a restrictive gateway is, of course
that old bugaboo, "security".  Seems like many of the military people
are scared of having University students "at large" on their network.
There are some serious loss-of-service issues which properly concern
users of MILNET.  Discussion?

As a straw-man counter proposal, what would people think about
the following aproach:  when the logical split is performed,
make the gateways FULL internet gateways, to allow the net to
"shake itself down" after having half the host numbers change,
and then add an intermediate step a month or two later where
the gateways are restricted to "special" mail-forwarding gateways
only.  This would, at least, allow the two shocks to the network
to be separated slightly from each other, allowing some time to
recover from any possible errors in net assignment before dropping
service to anybody.
					-Mike


PS:  While on the subject of host numbers changing, Jon Postel pointed out
that host numbering will be changing on almost a daily basis, the growth
of the InterNet being what it is.  Hence, all implementors are urged to
consider having your systems automatically fetch the latest table from
the NIC each time the system is rebooted, and possibly more frequently.

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

Date:     5 Dec 82 10:23:16-EST (Sun)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  "Special" Gateways for Mail (SMTP)

In my earlier message it may seem that I might not care for the
way that the "Special" Gateways were to be implemented.  This
is not true at all!  Given that there are going to be special (restrictive)
interconnections between the networks, what better way to do it
than with a simple modification to the existing InterNet gateway
code?

As the folks from BBN indicated at the meeting, using the InterNet
Gateway is a nice, general solution, built on an evolving mechanism --
rather than a special kludge thrown together just to solve this one
problem.  This choice also admits of possibly increased cross-net
servics as the construction of gateways becomes more developed.
The Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) is a good step in this direction.

Another neat benefit is that, for special purposes (demos, special
projects, etc), an exception table can be wired into the "special"
gateways to permit full access between the nets on a host-pair
basis.  A nice safety-valve which will almost certainly be used
to "fix up" the problems encountered by the MILNET/EXPNET separation
this summer.

All in all, a very nice design, assuming one agrees with the need for
the formal separation of the nets.  And that would seem to be a
political issue.
				-Mike

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:08:58-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       Gurus at Brl-Bmd, tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  FOUO on the ArpaNet, MILNET, DDN

Yesterday afternoon, at the ArpaNet Sponsor's meeting, Col Heiden
(DDN Program Manager) indicated that it was completely acceptable
to transmit FOUO and Privacy Act data across the ArpaNet, as long
as the machines/terminals at either end were acredited for such use.

It was also pointed out that the buzword FOUO has been decomissioned.
Wonder what replaced it?
				-Mike

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

Date: 30 Nov 1982 1144-EST
From: Allan Titcomb <TITCOMB at DEC-MARLBORO>
Subject: DEC's Distribution of TCP
To: TOPS-20 at SU-SCORE
cc: Paetzold at KL2102
PHONE: (617) 467-4849
Remailed-date: 30 Nov 1982 1602-PST
Remailed-from: Henry W. Miller <Miller at SRI-NIC>
Remailed-to: tcp-ip-tops20 at SRI-NIC

[ The end of this message included a shortened form of the agreement DEC
  is requesting everyboyd fill out.  I didn't feel that everybody wanted
  to see all the fill-in-the-blank parts.  If you need a copy of the whole
  thing, send a message to <Miller at SRI-NIC>.  -Mike ]

The message below should be passed on to the appropriate
person at each TOPS-20 site.  Software engineering is very
close to releasing the software so some degree of haste in
getting the signed forms into the U.S. Mail would be appreciated.
We are in the process of providing a test version of TOPS-20 which
has both a DEC developed interface and the BBN interface to TCP/IP.

Before we can release the code to any site we must confirm that the
site has a current TOPS-20 license, has a Support agreement, and
understands that the support of this code during the test period
will be limited.  To make this as easy as possible, we have placed 
the text of the necessary paperwork on our system (DEC-MARLBORO).
Also, it is provided below.

All a licensed site has to do is to print out the form, sign it,
and return it to :

     Trish Wing          MR01/S43
     Digital Equipment Corporation
     200 Forest Street
     Marlboro, MA. 01752

     Attn. TCP

Then notify LCG.TCP@DEC-MARLBORO via the net that your signed form
is in the mail.

The software engineering group will then arrange for distribution
via the net.

Using the net in this way should work to the benefit of the sites.
It is the only way that we could think of to get the software to you
with the minimum delay while meeting our requirements for protection.

                                   ADDENDUM A
                           TOPS-20 LICENSE AGREEMENT
                     FOR ALPHA TEST of TOPS-20 WITH TCP/IP

DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPORT/MAINTENANCE:
 
     TCP/IP and related code in TOPS-20 are being made available to 
     ARPAnet customers with Digital Support contracts and TOPS-20 licenses.  
     The required software will be made available as source updates to the 
     currently supported TOPS-20 monitor which (today is an Autopatched V5.0 
     monitor).  Customers will receive support as follows:
 
     1.  The initial TCP/IP update will be based on the latest Autopatch       
         version of the V5.0 monitor.
 
     2.  Updates will occur following any major releases (V5.1) and all     
         Autopatch releases.
 
     3.  No updates between releases are guaranteed.
 
     4.  QARs should be sent on TCP/IP problems via ARPANET to:

                   LCG.TCP@DEC-MARLBORO
 
     5.  In general, updates in response to QARs will be made available thru   
         the next release and not as a patch.
 
     6.  Non-ARPA problems should be reported via the SPR mechanism.  DDT     
         patches generated for these problems will be for the current field    
         image TOPS-20 release and will not be available as TCP/IP source (or  
         DDT) updates until the next source update.
 
     Maintenance will continue in this way until the shipment of TOPS-20 V6.0. 
     This interim availability and support of TCP/IP is to meet the 
     requirements of ARPAnet.  The TCP/IP software is still very much in a 
     test and evaluation status.  It may not have the quality of a field 
     tested product.  Sites which do not have a requirement for features are 
     encouraged to continue to utilize the supported field image release.
 
TERMINATION OF THIS AGREEMENT:
 
     This test will be terminated with the release of TOPS-20 V6.0.  TCP/IP 
     will be made fully supported by this release.  It is expected that by 
     this time, customers will have converted all their utilities to use the 
     Digital JSYS interface and not the BB&N interface.  Thus the major 
     modification will be that the BB&N JSYS interface will be removed.  This 
     will make the product more reliable and easier to maintain.

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

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

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Date:      Mon Dec  6 08:38:25 1982
From:      TCP-IP@BRL
To:        fa.tcp-ip
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #27


TCP/IP Digest             Sunday, 5 Dec 1982       Volume 1 : Issue 27

Today's Topics:
                      IBM Rumored to Support TCP/IP
                ArpaNet to Convert to TCP/IP on 1-Jan-83
                    ArpaNet Split ==> MILNET + EXPNET
         Transmitting For-Official-Use-Only Material on the Net
                    DEC to Distribute TOPS-20 TCP/IP
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date:  1 Dec 1982 0811-PST
From: Johnson at Sumex-Aim
Subject: IBM and TCP/IP
To:   tcp-ip at BRL

Reliable information has it that IBM Federal Systems Division
has developed a version of TCP/IP for one or more IBM operating
systems.  IBM internally is evaluating the possibility of making
a "real product" of the implementation.

Persons or organizations interested in such a product should talk to
their IBM marketing reps (who may know nothing about the fact this is
going on...or even what TCP/IP is) and make sure that the rep fills
out a P.S.R.R. on their requirements.  This will help convince IBM
officials that there is indeed a market for such a product.

Suzanne Johnson

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:50:08-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  TCP/IP Conversion Date

Based on recent discussions with DCA about the ArpaNet, I offer these tidbits:

Just as a reminder, the 1-Jan-83 date for conversion to TCP/IP only
on the ArpaNet is **rock solid**.  Hosts which do not have the new
protocols running will be unable to access the network.

Also, those sites still running Honeywell H316s as TIPs (not TACs)
will be unable to reach any hosts with those TIPs.

All Honeywell equipment is supposed to be removed from the network
by March 83;  some sites still have not ordered C/30 equipment.

All Pluribus equipment was removed from the net in October of this year.
				-Mike

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:45:55-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  ArpaNet Split

At the ArpaNet Sponsor's meeting yesterday, the following letter
was distributed, with a list of host & IMP alignmets in the new
networks.

---

B610					29 Oct 1982


	The existing ARPANET will be split into a network for operational
traffic (MILNET) and an experimental network which will retain the name
ARPANET.  Current plans are to effect this split in late CY83.
Communications between the two networks will be via mail-forwarding
servers provided by DCA.  The IMP, TAC, and Host alignments on the MILNET
or the Experimental Network are enclosed.

	It is recognized that in some cases the alignment is not as
originally requested by the sponsor.  Alignment decisions were made
following careful consideration of inputs from sponsors, together with
the desire of DARPA to reduce the size of the ARPANET to a more
manageable size for continued network and internetwork experimentation.

	Alignment reclamas should be submitted to DCA Code B610.  Those
reclamas requesting IMP, TAC, or Host participation on the Experimental
Network will be forwarded to DARPA for review and approval.  Reclamas
will be accepted until 15 Jan 83.  Final network alignments and initial
scheduling for the ARPANET split will be announced by 4 Feb 83.

				Sincerely,

				(initialed)
				HEIDI B. HEINDEN
				COL, USA
				DDN Program Manager

----

For those sites unsure of their alignment, check with your
ArpaNet sponsor.  Sites needing Host connections to both networks
must submit an RFS (Request for Service) through regular channels
for the additional connections.

A two-stage approach to accomplishing the split will be employed.
First will be a logical separation using the COI (community of interest)
feature of the IMPs, to take place around July 83.

At that time 4 "special" InterNet gateways will go into operation, 2 on
each cost, at DCEC, BBN, ISI, and SRI.  These gateways will only forward
InterNet packets for the SMTP protocol, permitting only a mail connection
between the two networks.  TAC access control for the MILNET TACs will
be added as soon as feasable after this partitioning.
MILNET will be class A network number 26 (the old AUTODIN II number),
while ARPANET will retain class A network number 10.

The second stage will involve an actual reconfiguration of backbone
circuits, making the separation of the networks a physical partitioning.
This is targeted for Jan 84.  NCC and NIC services will be availible on
both nets, with DCA running the MINET NOC and BBN running the ArpaNet NOC.

At the time of the physical partitioning, DES encryption will be added to
all MILNET trunks, and all MILNET IMPs will have to be relocated to
"restricted" locaions.  DCA has defined a "restricted" location as
(this is NOT an exact quote) an area which can be accessed by authorized
personnel only, all others to be accompanied by an escort, in a
controled access room with either locked doors (card or key access)
or a guarded door with access lists and positive identification.
All authorized personnel will be ADP.II cleared personnel only
as per OPM directive CSC78.

DISCUSSION.  (My own personal opinions).

There are very good engineering reasons for partitioning the network
into two separate pieces.  Simply from the point of view of adding
more bandwidth to the existing network, the additional trunking
provided by the split will improve performance greatly.  This will
also permit expansion of the two networks to proceed without interfering
with each other.  The planned growth for the ArpaNet is low, while
the MILNET is expecting explosive growth.  Something like 50 new
MILNET sites are already in the works.

The InterNet concept makes this split an easily accomplished thing,
thanks to the InterNet gateways.  However, the "special" gateway is
a thing which tends to diminish the value of the split by only allowing
mail traffic across it.  I invite the readers of the digest to
discuss this issue.

The reason for the existance of a restrictive gateway is, of course
that old bugaboo, "security".  Seems like many of the military people
are scared of having University students "at large" on their network.
There are some serious loss-of-service issues which properly concern
users of MILNET.  Discussion?

As a straw-man counter proposal, what would people think about
the following aproach:  when the logical split is performed,
make the gateways FULL internet gateways, to allow the net to
"shake itself down" after having half the host numbers change,
and then add an intermediate step a month or two later where
the gateways are restricted to "special" mail-forwarding gateways
only.  This would, at least, allow the two shocks to the network
to be separated slightly from each other, allowing some time to
recover from any possible errors in net assignment before dropping
service to anybody.
					-Mike


PS:  While on the subject of host numbers changing, Jon Postel pointed out
that host numbering will be changing on almost a daily basis, the growth
of the InterNet being what it is.  Hence, all implementors are urged to
consider having your systems automatically fetch the latest table from
the NIC each time the system is rebooted, and possibly more frequently.

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

Date:     5 Dec 82 10:23:16-EST (Sun)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  "Special" Gateways for Mail (SMTP)

In my earlier message it may seem that I might not care for the
way that the "Special" Gateways were to be implemented.  This
is not true at all!  Given that there are going to be special (restrictive)
interconnections between the networks, what better way to do it
than with a simple modification to the existing InterNet gateway
code?

As the folks from BBN indicated at the meeting, using the InterNet
Gateway is a nice, general solution, built on an evolving mechanism --
rather than a special kludge thrown together just to solve this one
problem.  This choice also admits of possibly increased cross-net
servics as the construction of gateways becomes more developed.
The Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) is a good step in this direction.

Another neat benefit is that, for special purposes (demos, special
projects, etc), an exception table can be wired into the "special"
gateways to permit full access between the nets on a host-pair
basis.  A nice safety-valve which will almost certainly be used
to "fix up" the problems encountered by the MILNET/EXPNET separation
this summer.

All in all, a very nice design, assuming one agrees with the need for
the formal separation of the nets.  And that would seem to be a
political issue.
				-Mike

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

Date:     3 Dec 82 11:08:58-EST (Fri)
From:     Michael Muuss <mike@brl-bmd>
To:       Gurus at Brl-Bmd, tcp-ip at Brl-Bmd
Subject:  FOUO on the ArpaNet, MILNET, DDN

Yesterday afternoon, at the ArpaNet Sponsor's meeting, Col Heiden
(DDN Program Manager) indicated that it was completely acceptable
to transmit FOUO and Privacy Act data across the ArpaNet, as long
as the machines/terminals at either end were acredited for such use.

It was also pointed out that the buzword FOUO has been decomissioned.
Wonder what replaced it?
				-Mike

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

Date: 30 Nov 1982 1144-EST
From: Allan Titcomb <TITCOMB at DEC-MARLBORO>
Subject: DEC's Distribution of TCP
To: TOPS-20 at SU-SCORE
cc: Paetzold at KL2102
PHONE: (617) 467-4849
Remailed-date: 30 Nov 1982 1602-PST
Remailed-from: Henry W. Miller <Miller at SRI-NIC>
Remailed-to: tcp-ip-tops20 at SRI-NIC

[ The end of this message included a shortened form of the agreement DEC
  is requesting everyboyd fill out.  I didn't feel that everybody wanted
  to see all the fill-in-the-blank parts.  If you need a copy of the whole
  thing, send a message to <Miller at SRI-NIC>.  -Mike ]

The message below should be passed on to the appropriate
person at each TOPS-20 site.  Software engineering is very
close to releasing the software so some degree of haste in
getting the signed forms into the U.S. Mail would be appreciated.
We are in the process of providing a test version of TOPS-20 which
has both a DEC developed interface and the BBN interface to TCP/IP.

Before we can release the code to any site we must confirm that the
site has a current TOPS-20 license, has a Support agreement, and
understands that the support of this code during the test period
will be limited.  To make this as easy as possible, we have placed
the text of the necessary paperwork on our system (DEC-MARLBORO).
Also, it is provided below.

All a licensed site has to do is to print out the form, sign it,
and return it to :

     Trish Wing          MR01/S43
     Digital Equipment Corporation
     200 Forest Street
     Marlboro, MA. 01752

     Attn. TCP

Then notify LCG.TCP@DEC-MARLBORO via the net that your signed form
is in the mail.

The software engineering group will then arrange for distribution
via the net.

Using the net in this way should work to the benefit of the sites.
It is the only way that we could think of to get the software to you
with the minimum delay while meeting our requirements for protection.

                                   ADDENDUM A
                           TOPS-20 LICENSE AGREEMENT
                     FOR ALPHA TEST of TOPS-20 WITH TCP/IP

DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPORT/MAINTENANCE:

     TCP/IP and related code in TOPS-20 are being made available to
     ARPAnet customers with Digital Support contracts and TOPS-20 licenses.
     The required software will be made available as source updates to the
     currently supported TOPS-20 monitor which (today is an Autopatched V5.0
     monitor).  Customers will receive support as follows:

     1.  The initial TCP/IP update will be based on the latest Autopatch
         version of the V5.0 monitor.

     2.  Updates will occur following any major releases (V5.1) and all
         Autopatch releases.

     3.  No updates between releases are guaranteed.

     4.  QARs should be sent on TCP/IP problems via ARPANET to:

                   LCG.TCP@DEC-MARLBORO

     5.  In general, updates in response to QARs will be made available thru
         the next release and not as a patch.

     6.  Non-ARPA problems should be reported via the SPR mechanism.  DDT
         patches generated for these problems will be for the current field
         image TOPS-20 release and will not be available as TCP/IP source (or
         DDT) updates until the next source update.

     Maintenance will continue in this way until the shipment of TOPS-20 V6.0.
     This interim availability and support of TCP/IP is to meet the
     requirements of ARPAnet.  The TCP/IP software is still very much in a
     test and evaluation status.  It may not have the quality of a field
     tested product.  Sites which do not have a requirement for features are
     encouraged to continue to utilize the supported field image release.

TERMINATION OF THIS AGREEMENT:

     This test will be terminated with the release of TOPS-20 V6.0.  TCP/IP
     will be made fully supported by this release.  It is expected that by
     this time, customers will have converted all their utilities to use the
     Digital JSYS interface and not the BB&N interface.  Thus the major
     modification will be that the BB&N JSYS interface will be removed.  This
     will make the product more reliable and easier to maintain.

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

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

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Date:      14 Dec 1982 2332-PST
From:      Lynn Gold <FIGMO at KESTREL>
To:        Miller at SRI-NIC, tops20 at SU-SCORE
Cc:        tcp-ip at SRI-NIC
Subject:   Re: Call your congressman...
Here here!!!

--Lynn

P.S.--It's PNEUMONIA.
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Date:      15 Dec 1982 11:56:33 EST (Wednesday)
From:      Andrew Malis <malis at BBN-UNIX>
To:        dhenry@bbnc, gpark@bbnc, heiden@bbnc, dcacodeb627@bbnb, dcacode252@usc-isi
Cc:        cerf@usc-isi, tcp-ip@sri-nic, tcp-ip@brl, 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, miller@sri-nic, mayersohn at BBN-UNIX, daul@office, lieberman@office-2, malis at BBN-UNIX
Subject:   TCP-only results, 12/13-14 (Very long message)
The following is the host-by-host througput breakdown for the
TCP-only days on December 13th and 14th.  Overall, the network
passed 28,446,350 packets, as compared to 31,802,350 packets on
December 6th and 7th, one week earlier.  This represents 89% of
the traffic on the 6th and 7th, but does not take into
consideration the larger number of packets required by TCP over
NCP. 

Since it takes some time to get NCP disabled throughout the net,
the statistics below list only packets sent after 01:00 on the
13th.  Thus, the grand total at the end is less than the figure
given in the previous paragraph.

Note that IMPs 3, 33, 35, and 36 had NCP enabled during the two
days, and that IMP 73 had NCP enabled on the 13th, and as a
result NCP-only hosts on those IMPs may show traffic.  This was
to allow the PLI hosts on these IMPs to work; it is expected that
the PLIs will not use link 0 by January 1st. 

*** following the total is used to mark any hosts that sent 0
packets on the 6th and 7th as well as on the 13th and 14th.  This
may mean that the host was just "off the air", rather than being
restricted to NCP only.

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC
------------------
Host Throughput   From Mon Dec 13 01:00:00 1982           
                  To   Wed Dec 15 00:00:00 1982           
                                                          
                                                          
Host Name      {node/           Packets Sent              
                host} Inter-Node Intra-Node      Total    

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0          0          0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}       3025          0       3025
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0          0          0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}      11811         47      11858
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           14836         47      14883    

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0          0          0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}       3561        199       3760
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0          0          0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}      10672          6      10678
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           14233        205      14438    

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}        772        876       1648
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}        360        187        547
LOGICON        { 3/2}        516          7        523
NPRDC          { 3/3}         40         14         54
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            1688       1084       2772    

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}      66109       2222      68331
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}      36704         75      36779
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          102813       2297     105110    

BBNF           { 5/0}      47629      44054      91683
BBNG           { 5/1}     105303      25681     130984
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      83217     164734     247951
BBNA           { 5/3}      31999      25311      57310
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          268148     259780     527928    

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}     105880         18     105898
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0          0          0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0          0          0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          105880         18     105898    

RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0          0          0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}      17438          0      17438
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}       4961       2319       7280
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           22399       2319      24718    

NRL0           { 8/0}          0          0          0
NRL-AIC        { 8/1}          0        613        613
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0          0          0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0          0          0
NRL-TCP        { 8/4}          0          0          0 ***
NSWC-TCP       { 8/5}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}      54320       4266      58586
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           54320       4879      59199    

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


LL             {10/0}          0          0          0
LL-TCP         {10/1}          0          0          0 ***
LL-XN          {10/2}          0          0          0
LL-11          {10/3}       5140          0       5140
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            5140          0       5140    

SU-AI          {11/0}          3          0          3
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      87468        549      88017
SU-SCORE       {11/3}     109827       4074     113901
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          197298       4623     201921    

DTI-VMS        {12/0}      11417       7775      19192
DTI0           {12/1}       2299       7435       9734
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           13716      15210      28926    

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0          0          0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}     113374     461705     575079
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       1845     500748     502593
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          115219     962453    1077672    

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0          0          0
CMU-10A        {14/1}          0      21030      21030
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}      34584       2486      37070
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           34584      23516      58100    

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


MITRE0         {17/0}          3       5970       5973
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0      87045      87045
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     343942        192     344134
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}     255945       9719     265664
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          599890     102926     702816    

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       6683      66895      73578
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0          0          0 ***
RADC-TAC       {18/2}     113858      68319     182177
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}      12721       6731      19452
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0          0          0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0          0          0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          133262     141945     275207    

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0          0          0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0          0          0
NBS-UNIX       {19/2}          0          0          0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0       2784       2784
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                               0       2784       2784    

CCTC           {20/0}          0          0          0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}     516911      10913     527824
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}     115351        859     116210
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      29116       1421      30537
DCA-EMS        {20/4}        582          0        582
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          661960      13193     675153    

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


ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}          0          0          0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     721698          0     721698
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0          0          0 ***
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}      14013          0      14013
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          735711          0     735711    

USC-ECLB       {23/0}    1260018       8739    1268757
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     129063       6435     135498
USC-TAC        {23/2}      13334        526      13860
USC-ECL        {23/3}     229669       3834     233503
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1632084      19534    1651618    

NADC-VAX       {24/0}      11312         49      11361
NADC           {24/2}          0          0          0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  ---------    
                           11312         49      11361    

SEISMO         {25/0}      38799       2368      41167
SAT-GATEWAY    {25/1}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           38799       2368      41167    

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0          0          0


USC-ISID       {27/0}    1156312       9591    1165903
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      60648       4058      64706
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     267617       7760     275377
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1484577      21409    1505986    

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0          0          0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}     171066         12     171078
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}      84671         85      84756
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3326          0       3326
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          259063         97     259160    

BRL            {29/0}          0          1          1
ABER-TAC       {29/2}      12540      44234      56774
BRL-BMD        {29/3}       3724      57303      61027
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           16264     101538     117802    

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        730          0        730
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                             730          0        730    

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}        210        112        322
CCA-VMS        {31/1}      10131        261      10392
CCA-TAC        {31/2}       3519        363       3882
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           13860        736      14596    

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}       4320          7       4327
KESTREL        {32/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            4320          7       4327    

NPS0           {33/0}      70989          6      70995
FNOC           {33/1}          0          0          0 ***
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      74339          0      74339
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}       1381         46       1427
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          146709         52     146761    

LBL0           {34/0}          0          0          0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}     107222       7354     114576
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          107222       7354     114576    

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     137602          0     137602
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        272          7        279
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     942043       1301     943344
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1079917       1308    1081225    

COINS-TAS      {36/0}        240       3714       3954
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}       1927          0       1927
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      24926          0      24926
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           27093       3714      30807    

PURDUE         {37/0}      82546       2510      85056
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}     253375      23496     276871
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          335921      26006     361927    

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}     414990      11105     426095
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}       3164          0       3164
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     518020          0     518020
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          936174      11105     947279    

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     225447          4     225451
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}       5576          0       5576
HP-3000        {40/2}          0          0          0 ***
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     936671      61716     998387
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1167694      61720    1229414    

REDSTONE-TAC   {41/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0          0          0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0          0          0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}     500663          6     500669
OFFICE-7       {43/3}      30935         77      31012
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          531598         83     531681    

MIT-XX         {44/0}     459728         10     459738
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-MC         {44/3}         16          6         22
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          459744         16     459760    

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0          0          0
COLLINS-PRGW   {46/1}          0          0          0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      26634          2      26636
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}      14291          0      14291
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           40925          2      40927    

WPAFB0         {47/0}        248       3319       3567
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}         84        337        421
WRPAT-TAC      {47/2}       6975       5175      12150
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            7307       8831      16138    

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


BBNB           {49/0}     232728          0     232728
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}     426990      11455     438445
BBNC           {49/3}     290871          0     290871
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          950589      11455     962044    

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}     151781          0     151781
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          151781          0     151781    

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}     442681      49181     491862
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}         26         14         40
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}     446768      49928     496696
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          889475      99123     988598    

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}       6900       8222      15122
USC-ISIE       {52/1}    1104447      75608    1180055
USC-ISIF       {52/2}     357357     155614     512971
USC-ISIB       {52/3}     505939     199338     705277
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1974643     438782    2413425    

AFSC-AD        {53/0}       3776        103       3879
NCSC           {53/1}          0          0          0 ***
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}        570          0        570
MARTIN         {53/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            4346        103       4449    

CIT-20         {54/0}      49326      35029      84355
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        499      46389      46888
ACC            {54/2}          0          0          0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           49825      81418     131243    

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


SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0          0          0
SU-DSN         {56/1}       2735          0       2735
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            2735          0       2735    

TYCHO          {57/0}       1009        708       1717
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}        192          0        192
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            1201        708       1909    

NYU0           {58/0}          0          0          0
BNL            {58/1}          0          0          0
RUTGERS        {58/2}      47810       1892      49702
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           47810       1892      49702    

ETAC           {59/0}          0          0          0


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


STLA-TAC       {61/2}     447859          0     447859
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          447859          0     447859    

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}       6458       1614       8072
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            6458       1614       8072    

BBN-TAC        {63/1}      16821          0      16821
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0          0          0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}         35          0         35
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}       1077        131       1208
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           17933        131      18064    

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0          0          0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}      19774          0      19774
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           19774          0      19774    

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0          0          0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      30125      22914      53039
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       9579      24433      34012
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           39704      47347      87051    

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0          0          0
AFGL1          {66/1}          1         67         68
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      96752         65      96817
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           96753        132      96885    

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0          0          0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       2687        863       3550
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            2687        863       3550    

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0          0          0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0          0          0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}      13852          0      13852
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           13852          0      13852    

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0          0          0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      54204          4      54208
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           54204          4      54208    

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0          0          0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        950          6        956
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                             950          6        956    

CLARK-IG       {71/1}      16609          0      16609
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      30868       1060      31928
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           47477       1060      48537    

BBN-NU         {72/0}      63517       1087      64604
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0          0          0
BBNP           {72/2}     261547     258861     520408
RCCGW          {72/3}     778156     187570     965726
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                         1103220     447518    1550738    

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      98584       1693     100277
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       6649     238573     245222
SRI-AI         {73/2}       1466      15459      16925
SRI-IU         {73/3}      77278       7236      84514
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          183977     262961     446938    

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}      16720          0      16720
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           16720          0      16720    

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        929          0        929
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                             929          0        929    

MIT-GW         {77/0}     310415      13116     323531
MIT-TAC        {77/2}     248177       8469     256646
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          558592      21585     580177    

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}     157486       5955     163441
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0          0          0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}       9053          0       9053
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          166539       5955     172494    

DEC-2136       {79/0}      47605    3951424    3999029
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           47605    3951424    3999029    

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}          0          0          0
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0          0          0 ***
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     740059          0     740059
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          740059          0     740059    

NALCON         {81/0}          0          0          0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0          0          0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      36131        474      36605
NEMS           {81/3}       7554        329       7883
NSRDC-OA       {81/4}          0          0          0 ***
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           43685        803      44488    

BBNT           {82/0}          0          0          0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}     137223      21201     158424
BBN-INOC       {82/2}      80415          4      80419
BBNS           {82/3}     368497       8041     376538
BBN-RSM        {82/4}      48818      28652      77470
PSAT-GATEWAY   {82/5}          0          0          0
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}      35106        690      35796
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          670059      58588     728647    

MINET-LON      {83/0}          0          0          0
MINET-NOC      {83/1}          0          0          0 ***


NSWC-DL        {84/0}       3372      10685      14057
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       7123      12199      19322
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           10495      22884      33379    

NWC-387A       {85/0}        810       1288       2098
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        920          0        920
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            1730       1288       3018    

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0          0          0


NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0          0          0


WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0       4041       4041
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       4032         15       4047
UW-VLSI        {91/3}        102        159        261
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            4134       4215       8349    

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-8       {93/0}     175916          0     175916
OFFICE-10      {93/1}      22965          0      22965
OFFICE-12      {93/2}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          198881          0     198881    

UWISC0         {94/0}     262449      11126     273575
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                          262449      11126     273575    

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          0          0          0
S1-A           {95/1}          0          0          0
S1-B           {95/2}          0          0          0 ***
S1-C           {95/3}       5832       4191      10023
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            5832       4191      10023    

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0          0          0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       8739        813       9552
UDEL-EE        {96/2}      11963       2488      14451
CORNELL        {96/3}      24263       3402      27665
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                           44965       6703      51668    

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}       5841          0       5841
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            5841          0       5841    

DLA-TAC        {98/0}       1262          0       1262
DLH-TAC        {98/2}          0          0          0
                       ---------  ---------  --------- 
                            1262          0       1262    



                                SUMMARY


                      Inter-Node       Intra-Node         Total

Net Totals:             20269440          7287087      27556527 

Daily Average:          10134720          3643543      13778263

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Date:      16 Dec 1982 0646-PST
From:      Chris <Pace at AFSC-SD>
To:        Miller at SRI-NIC, tops20 at SU-SCORE
Cc:        tcp-ip at SRI-NIC, Pace at AFSC-SD
Subject:   Re: Call your congressman...

	I think a phased cutover makes a great deal of sense.
The big axe approach will cause a lot of problems.  In our case,
we only found out two weeks ago that DEC had changed their minds
about supporting the KS-10.  We are going to put together something
for ourselves, but we will not have any more debug days except
to do it "live" next year.  
	Regarding our sponsor, they are acutely aware of the 
problem...heh...they have the OTHER KS-10 on the network!!!

				Scrambling,
					Chris.
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Date:      16 Dec 1982 0705-PST
From:      Henry W. Miller <Miller at SRI-NIC>
To:        Pace at AFSC-SD, tops20 at SU-SCORE
Cc:        tcp-ip, Miller
Subject:   Re: Call your congressman...
	Well, don't worry yet.  I will attempt to build a
KS-TCP monitor for them from BBN stuff.  If that don't
work, then WORRY...

-HWM
	
P.S.	(And if'n I can't do it, you got reason to worry...)

-HWM
-------
-----------[000007][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      16 Dec 1982 1419-EST
From:      Larry Campbell <LCAMPBELL at DEC-MARLBORO>
To:        Lynn Gold <FIGMO at KESTREL>, Miller at SRI-NIC, tops20 at SU-SCORE
Cc:        tcp-ip at SRI-NIC
Subject:   Re: Call your congressman...
P.S.--It's "Hear!  Hear!"
   --------
-----------[000008][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      17 Dec 1982 0229-PST
From:      Henry W. Miller <Miller at SRI-NIC>
To:        Pace at AFSC-SD, tops20 at SU-SCORE
Cc:        tcp-ip, Miller
Subject:   Re: Call your congressman...
	Well, as I said before, I'll attempt to build a mon this
weekend.  I'm not discounting your expertise, but I have had a bit
more experience in building bastard monitors.  Between the two
of us, we should have something.

-HWM
-------
-----------[000009][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      17 Dec 1982
From:      TCP-IP at BRL
To:        TCP-IP at BRL
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #28
TCP/IP Digest             Friday, 17 Dec 1982      Volume 1 : Issue 17

Today's Topics:
    MILNET/ARPANET Security?  && Performance on Packet Switched Networks
    Mail Programs for UNIX?  Q + A.  &&  Diagnostics for ECUs on VAXen?
      NIC access from UUCP?  &&  Need MOS driver for Interlan card
    No FOUO on ArpaNet for DARCOM  &&  Interfaces for Hyperchannel needed
                  TCP-only Results for December 13 & 14
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: 6-Dec-82 12:16:16-EST (Mon)
From: cbosgd!mark at Ucb-C70 (Mark Horton)
Subject: MILNET/ARPANET
To: TCP-IP at BRL

While I'm in favor of the split, I'm disappointed that the best security
arrangement DCA could come up with was to forbid anything except mail
from passing through the gateways.  While people on the ARPANET probably
have no need to access anything on MILNET (except to send people mail),
I can see a need for a MILNET person to have access to the ARPANET.

Internet security is an important issue, not just for DCA but for the
rest of the world.  We at Bell Labs will have to address the same
issues, and were assuming a nice solution existed.  Sigh.  Off the top
of my head, I would think that internet packets could have the network
of origin validated to the extent that, say, MILNET could look at an
incoming MILNET packet stamped as originating on another MILNET host,
and be sure it really came from that host.  This can easily be done
at the gateway, by refusing to admit a MILNET stamped packet from
the outside.  Once this is done, the higher level protocols (ftp, telnet,
etc) could refuse to respond to requests from the outside, or possibly
require some additional confirmation (an extra password, a command
typed by the same user already logged into the MILNET machine, or a
phone call to a guard who would authorize the transaction on the orders
of the person initiating it).

I hope someone out there can come with something even better.  I'd really
hate to see mail be the only form of communiation between MILNET and the
outside - it would result in file transfer being done by mailing files.

	Mark Horton

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

Date: 6 Dec 1982 1329-PST
Sender: WESTINE at Usc-Isif
Subject: TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #27
From: Postel at SIF
To: TCP-IP at BRL

Mike:

I disagree with a point you claimed in the last TCP-IP Digest
(Vol.1 No. 27).  You said "The additional trunking provided by
the split will improve the performance greatly".  I agree that
a given net (set of nodes) with more trunks will likely have better
performance than the same net with less trunks.  However, it is
not at all clear that after the split either net will be better
than the combined net was.  One fundamental argument for packet
switching is the resource sharing argument.  That applies to the
trunks too.  One big system should be better than two smaller
systems.  Sometime administrative concerns take priority over
performance concerns, though.

--jon.

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

Date: 13 Dec 1982 1049-PST
From: NADC at Usc-Eclb
Subject: Mail Programs for UNIX ??
To:   POSTEL at Usc-Isif, TCP-IP at BRL

Hello,

1. At NADC we are presently working on installing UNIX 4.1 bsd and BBN's
TCP/IP and SMTP on a VAX for the ARPANET changed scheduled for 1 Jan 83.

2. I am interested in determining what programs are available for sending
and receiving ARPANET mail.

3. What are other sites with this environment (VAX, UNIX4.1 bsd, and BBN's
TCP/IP) using?  And what is a source for information on the programs?

                             Regards,
                             Dan Tarrant dan@NADC (currently NCP only)
                                       or NADC@ECLB
                             Naval Air Development Center
                             Warminster, PA  18974
                             (215) 441-2474/3220

[ For information on MMDF, one of the nicer UNIX mail systems, contact
  <Farber@UDEL>.  -Mike ]

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

Date: 14 Dec 1982 1722-PST
From: POSTEL at Usc-Isif
Subject: Re: Mail Programs for UNIX ??
To:   NADC at Usc-Eclb, TCP-IP at BRL

In response to the message sent  13 Dec 1982 1049-PST from NADC@USC-ECLB

Dan Tarrant:

BBN has mail programs running on the Unix systems there.  As you already
are getting the SMTP from them, you might ask about the user programs for
sending and reading mail too.

--jon.

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

Date:     15 Dec 82 15:04:14 EST  (Wed)
From:     Mark Weiser <mark%umcp-cs@Udel-Relay>
Subject:  Debugging ECU's on a Vax.
To:       unix-wizards at Sri-Csl, info-vax at Sri-Csl
Cc:       tcp-ip at BRL

We run the BBN/Purdue IP/TCP under 4.1bsd on a Vax-11/780 talking to an
ACC LHDH-11, talking to an ECU, talking to a 56kb DDS link to another
ECU at a far away IMP.  Our IMP sponsor says they will have trouble
supporting our connection since there are no diagnostic routines
running on Vaxes for the ECU's.  ACC (the ECU manufacturer) gives
the same story.  We have no spare PDP-11's around to try things out on.

My questions are:
Has anyone else run into this lack of diagnostic routines and
what did you do about it?  Has anyone else heard of the version
of RT-11 which runs on Vaxes in emulation mode, (if so, where can
I get it?) and since there is ECU diagnostic software which runs under 
RT-11, would this be a possibility for getting around the
problem?  Thanks in advance.


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

From:     chris%minn-ua@BRL-BMD
Date:     Sun Dec 12 09:56:24 1982
To:       pur-ee!decvax!brl-bmd!tcp-ip
Subject:  re:  digest

Thanks for the past digests.  I take it then that you have fixed the
expiration problems for news and we should see the digests come through
as material is available.

[ Yes, the USENET feed should now function properly.  -Mike ]

I noticed there is a file on some ARPA machine that is available for FTPing
that describes the current status of TCP-IP implementations, is there someway
I can FTP it from usenet or directly?  I run into this occasionally and it's
such a pain that I have got to figure out some general solution.

[ Sorry, if you are only a UUCP host, no FTPs.  I'll mail out files from
  the NIC for you if you ask, though.  -Mike ]

By the way, are there any other Cyber TCP-IP implementations other than the
Tek code?  We are running NOS 1.4-552.

Thanks a bunch for your help,

Chris

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

Date: 7 Dec 1982 1221-PST
Subject: need software for Interlan card
From: NEER at Usc-Eclb
To: tcp-ip at BRL

I would like to know if anyone out there has a driver written for
the Interlan ethernet card for lsi-11s running the MOS operating
system.

Or, does anyone have any ethernet driver for lsi-11 s on MOS.

Does anyone have tcp/ip on a 68000?

Like to hear from any and all.

Merle Neer(neer at eclb)

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

Date:     6 Dec 82 12:55:48-EST (Mon)
From:     Rucker at BRL
To:       Michael Muuss <mike@BRL>
cc:       tcp-ip at BRL
Subject:  Re:  FOUO on the ArpaNet, MILNET, DDN

It is my impression that DARCOM directed that FOUO may not be transmitted
over the ARPANET.  Of course such direction would apply only to DARCOM 
elements.  I have not heard that the DARCOM directive has been rescinded.

Regarding the FOUO designation, a recent DF suggested that it will be
redefined with respect to the Freedom of Information Act indicating that
material labelled FOUO contained information which could be deletable
under exemptions 2-9 of the FOIA.  A new AR 340-17, Chapter 4, is
supposed to be released and provide guidance for the application of the
caveat "FOUO".  AR 340-16, Safeguarding FOUO Info, was rescinded.

Ingo

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

Date: 9 Dec 1982 0834-EST (Thursday)
From: sanchez at Nswc-Wo
Subject: need info.
To: tcp-ip at BRL

   I am looking for any available information or contacts on software
interfaces for Hyperchannel adaptors for Xerox 9700 laser printer and
Data General eclipse 330 minicomputers. I would appreciate any help
or contacts you can give me. 

Thanks
Jim Sanchez
sanchez@nswc-wo

[ I'm not sure why this was sent to TCP-Digest, but if anybody can help,
  please respond directly to Jim.  -Mike ]

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

Date:    15 Dec 1982 11:56:33 EST (Wednesday)
From:    Andrew Malis <malis@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: TCP-only results, 12/13-14
To:      DCAcodeB627 at Bbnb, DCAcode252 at Usc-Isi
Cc:      Cerf at Usc-Isi, tcp-ip at Sri-Nic, tcp-ip at BRL

The following is the host-by-host througput breakdown for the
TCP-only days on December 13th and 14th.  Overall, the network
passed 28,446,350 packets, as compared to 31,802,350 packets on
December 6th and 7th, one week earlier.  This represents 89% of
the traffic on the 6th and 7th, but does not take into
consideration the larger number of packets required by TCP over
NCP. 

Since it takes some time to get NCP disabled throughout the net,
the statistics below list only packets sent after 01:00 on the
13th .  Thus, the grand total at the end is less than the figure
given in the previous paragraph.

Note that IMPs 3, 33, 35, and 36 had NCP enabled during the two
days, and that IMP 73 had NCP enabled on the 13th, and as a
result NCP-only hosts on those IMPs may show traffic.  This was
to allow the PLI hosts on these IMPs to work; it is expected that
the PLIs will not use link 0 by January 1st. 

*** following the total is used to mark any hosts that sent 0
packets on the 6th and 7th as well as on the 13th and 14th.  This
may mean that the host was just "off the air", rather than being
restricted to NCP only.

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC
------------------

Host Throughput   From Mon Dec 13 01:00:00 1982           
		  To   Wed Dec 15 00:00:00 1982           

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

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0          0          0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}       3025          0       3025
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0          0          0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}      11811         47      11858
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           14836         47      14883    

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0          0          0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}       3561        199       3760
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0          0          0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}      10672          6      10678
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           14233        205      14438    

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}        772        876       1648
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}        360        187        547
LOGICON        { 3/2}        516          7        523
NPRDC          { 3/3}         40         14         54
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1688       1084       2772    

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}      66109       2222      68331
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}      36704         75      36779
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          102813       2297     105110    

BBNF           { 5/0}      47629      44054      91683
BBNG           { 5/1}     105303      25681     130984
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      83217     164734     247951
BBNA           { 5/3}      31999      25311      57310
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          268148     259780     527928    

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}     105880         18     105898
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0          0          0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0          0          0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          105880         18     105898    

RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0          0          0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}      17438          0      17438
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}       4961       2319       7280
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           22399       2319      24718    

NRL0           { 8/0}          0          0          0
NRL-AIC        { 8/1}          0        613        613
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0          0          0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0          0          0
NRL-TCP        { 8/4}          0          0          0 ***
NSWC-TCP       { 8/5}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}      54320       4266      58586
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           54320       4879      59199    

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


LL             {10/0}          0          0          0
LL-TCP         {10/1}          0          0          0 ***
LL-XN          {10/2}          0          0          0
LL-11          {10/3}       5140          0       5140
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5140          0       5140    

SU-AI          {11/0}          3          0          3
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      87468        549      88017
SU-SCORE       {11/3}     109827       4074     113901
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          197298       4623     201921    

DTI-VMS        {12/0}      11417       7775      19192
DTI0           {12/1}       2299       7435       9734
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13716      15210      28926    

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0          0          0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}     113374     461705     575079
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       1845     500748     502593
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          115219     962453    1077672    

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0          0          0
CMU-10A        {14/1}          0      21030      21030
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}      34584       2486      37070
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           34584      23516      58100    

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


MITRE0         {17/0}          3       5970       5973
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0      87045      87045
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     343942        192     344134
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}     255945       9719     265664
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          599890     102926     702816    

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       6683      66895      73578
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0          0          0 ***
RADC-TAC       {18/2}     113858      68319     182177
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}      12721       6731      19452
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0          0          0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0          0          0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          133262     141945     275207    

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0          0          0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0          0          0
NBS-UNIX       {19/2}          0          0          0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0       2784       2784
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		               0       2784       2784    

CCTC           {20/0}          0          0          0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}     516911      10913     527824
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}     115351        859     116210
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      29116       1421      30537
DCA-EMS        {20/4}        582          0        582
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          661960      13193     675153    

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


ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}          0          0          0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     721698          0     721698
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0          0          0 ***
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}      14013          0      14013
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          735711          0     735711    

USC-ECLB       {23/0}    1260018       8739    1268757
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     129063       6435     135498
USC-TAC        {23/2}      13334        526      13860
USC-ECL        {23/3}     229669       3834     233503
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1632084      19534    1651618    

NADC-VAX       {24/0}      11312         49      11361
NADC           {24/2}          0          0          0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  ---------    
		           11312         49      11361    

SEISMO         {25/0}      38799       2368      41167
SAT-GATEWAY    {25/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           38799       2368      41167    

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0          0          0


USC-ISID       {27/0}    1156312       9591    1165903
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      60648       4058      64706
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     267617       7760     275377
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1484577      21409    1505986    

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0          0          0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}     171066         12     171078
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}      84671         85      84756
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3326          0       3326
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          259063         97     259160    

BRL            {29/0}          0          1          1
ABER-TAC       {29/2}      12540      44234      56774
BRL-BMD        {29/3}       3724      57303      61027
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           16264     101538     117802    

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        730          0        730
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             730          0        730    

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}        210        112        322
CCA-VMS        {31/1}      10131        261      10392
CCA-TAC        {31/2}       3519        363       3882
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13860        736      14596    

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}       4320          7       4327
KESTREL        {32/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4320          7       4327    

NPS0           {33/0}      70989          6      70995
FNOC           {33/1}          0          0          0 ***
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      74339          0      74339
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}       1381         46       1427
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          146709         52     146761    

LBL0           {34/0}          0          0          0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}     107222       7354     114576
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          107222       7354     114576    

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     137602          0     137602
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        272          7        279
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     942043       1301     943344
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1079917       1308    1081225    

COINS-TAS      {36/0}        240       3714       3954
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}       1927          0       1927
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      24926          0      24926
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           27093       3714      30807    

PURDUE         {37/0}      82546       2510      85056
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}     253375      23496     276871
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          335921      26006     361927    

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}     414990      11105     426095
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}       3164          0       3164
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     518020          0     518020
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          936174      11105     947279    

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     225447          4     225451
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}       5576          0       5576
HP-3000        {40/2}          0          0          0 ***
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     936671      61716     998387
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1167694      61720    1229414    

REDSTONE-TAC   {41/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0          0          0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0          0          0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}     500663          6     500669
OFFICE-7       {43/3}      30935         77      31012
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          531598         83     531681    

MIT-XX         {44/0}     459728         10     459738
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-MC         {44/3}         16          6         22
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          459744         16     459760    

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0          0          0
COLLINS-PRGW   {46/1}          0          0          0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      26634          2      26636
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}      14291          0      14291
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           40925          2      40927    

WPAFB0         {47/0}        248       3319       3567
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}         84        337        421
WRPAT-TAC      {47/2}       6975       5175      12150
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            7307       8831      16138    

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


BBNB           {49/0}     232728          0     232728
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}     426990      11455     438445
BBNC           {49/3}     290871          0     290871
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          950589      11455     962044    

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}     151781          0     151781
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          151781          0     151781    

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}     442681      49181     491862
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}         26         14         40
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}     446768      49928     496696
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          889475      99123     988598    

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}       6900       8222      15122
USC-ISIE       {52/1}    1104447      75608    1180055
USC-ISIF       {52/2}     357357     155614     512971
USC-ISIB       {52/3}     505939     199338     705277
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1974643     438782    2413425    

AFSC-AD        {53/0}       3776        103       3879
NCSC           {53/1}          0          0          0 ***
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}        570          0        570
MARTIN         {53/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4346        103       4449    

CIT-20         {54/0}      49326      35029      84355
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        499      46389      46888
ACC            {54/2}          0          0          0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           49825      81418     131243    

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


SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0          0          0
SU-DSN         {56/1}       2735          0       2735
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            2735          0       2735    

TYCHO          {57/0}       1009        708       1717
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}        192          0        192
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1201        708       1909    

NYU0           {58/0}          0          0          0
BNL            {58/1}          0          0          0
RUTGERS        {58/2}      47810       1892      49702
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47810       1892      49702    

ETAC           {59/0}          0          0          0


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


STLA-TAC       {61/2}     447859          0     447859
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          447859          0     447859    

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}       6458       1614       8072
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            6458       1614       8072    

BBN-TAC        {63/1}      16821          0      16821
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0          0          0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}         35          0         35
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}       1077        131       1208
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           17933        131      18064    

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0          0          0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}      19774          0      19774
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           19774          0      19774    

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0          0          0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      30125      22914      53039
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       9579      24433      34012
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           39704      47347      87051    

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0          0          0
AFGL1          {66/1}          1         67         68
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      96752         65      96817
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           96753        132      96885    

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0          0          0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       2687        863       3550
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            2687        863       3550    

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0          0          0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0          0          0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}      13852          0      13852
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13852          0      13852    

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0          0          0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      54204          4      54208
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           54204          4      54208    

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0          0          0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        950          6        956
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             950          6        956    

CLARK-IG       {71/1}      16609          0      16609
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      30868       1060      31928
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47477       1060      48537    

BBN-NU         {72/0}      63517       1087      64604
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0          0          0
BBNP           {72/2}     261547     258861     520408
RCCGW          {72/3}     778156     187570     965726
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1103220     447518    1550738    

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      98584       1693     100277
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       6649     238573     245222
SRI-AI         {73/2}       1466      15459      16925
SRI-IU         {73/3}      77278       7236      84514
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          183977     262961     446938    

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}      16720          0      16720
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           16720          0      16720    

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        929          0        929
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             929          0        929    

MIT-GW         {77/0}     310415      13116     323531
MIT-TAC        {77/2}     248177       8469     256646
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          558592      21585     580177    

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}     157486       5955     163441
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0          0          0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}       9053          0       9053
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          166539       5955     172494    

DEC-2136       {79/0}      47605    3951424    3999029
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47605    3951424    3999029    

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}          0          0          0
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0          0          0 ***
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     740059          0     740059
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          740059          0     740059    

NALCON         {81/0}          0          0          0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0          0          0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      36131        474      36605
NEMS           {81/3}       7554        329       7883
NSRDC-OA       {81/4}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           43685        803      44488    

BBNT           {82/0}          0          0          0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}     137223      21201     158424
BBN-INOC       {82/2}      80415          4      80419
BBNS           {82/3}     368497       8041     376538
BBN-RSM        {82/4}      48818      28652      77470
PSAT-GATEWAY   {82/5}          0          0          0
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}      35106        690      35796
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          670059      58588     728647    

MINET-LON      {83/0}          0          0          0
MINET-NOC      {83/1}          0          0          0 ***


NSWC-DL        {84/0}       3372      10685      14057
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       7123      12199      19322
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           10495      22884      33379    

NWC-387A       {85/0}        810       1288       2098
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        920          0        920
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1730       1288       3018    

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0          0          0


NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0          0          0


WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0       4041       4041
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       4032         15       4047
UW-VLSI        {91/3}        102        159        261
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4134       4215       8349    

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-8       {93/0}     175916          0     175916
OFFICE-10      {93/1}      22965          0      22965
OFFICE-12      {93/2}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          198881          0     198881    

UWISC0         {94/0}     262449      11126     273575
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          262449      11126     273575    

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          0          0          0
S1-A           {95/1}          0          0          0
S1-B           {95/2}          0          0          0 ***
S1-C           {95/3}       5832       4191      10023
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5832       4191      10023    

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0          0          0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       8739        813       9552
UDEL-EE        {96/2}      11963       2488      14451
CORNELL        {96/3}      24263       3402      27665
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           44965       6703      51668    

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}       5841          0       5841
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5841          0       5841    

DLA-TAC        {98/0}       1262          0       1262
DLH-TAC        {98/2}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1262          0       1262    



		                SUMMARY


		      Inter-Node       Intra-Node         Total

Net Totals:             20269440          7287087      27556527 

Daily Average:          10134720          3643543      13778263

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

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

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Date:      20 December 1982 17:13 est
From:      Charles Hornig at MIT-MULTICS
To:        tcp-ip at SRI-NIC
Subject:   SMTP problems with VAX UNIX
After diagnosing the same problem with the third different site, we at
MIT-Multics have come to the conclusion that there are some bugs in the
distributed VAX UNIX SMTP server.  I am describing them here so I don't
have to diagnose them in another 20 sites one-at-a-time.

There are two problems.  It does not permit routes in the MAIL FROM:<>
and RCPT TO:<> commands (i.e., it blows up if there is a ":").  In this
case it returns a 501 reply.

It also returns a 451 retryable error if you give it an invalid address.
Just try to send mail to kagffgf@S1-C and you will see what I mean.

It appears that the people at NPRDC have fixed the first problem.
-----------[000011][next][prev][last][first]----------------------------------------------------
Date:      21 Dec 1982 1947-PST
From:      POSTEL at USC-ISIF
To:        malis at BBN-UNIX, dhenry at BBNC, gpark at BBNC, heiden at BBNC, dcacodeb627 at BBNB, dcacode252 at USC-ISI
Cc:        cerf at USC-ISI, tcp-ip at SRI-NIC, tcp-ip at BRL, lynch at ISIB, kahn at USC-ISI, DCLARK.INP%mit-multics at USC-ISID, mills at USC-ISID, feinler at SRI-NIC, herman at BBN-UNIX, haverty at BBN-UNIX, gurwitz at BBN-UNIX, miller at SRI-NIC, mayersohn at BBN-UNIX, daul at OFFICE, lieberman at OFFICE-2, POSTEL at USC-ISIF
Subject:   Re: TCP-only results, 12/13-14 (Very long message)
In response to the message sent  15 Dec 1982 11:56:33 EST (Wednesday) from malis@BBN-UNIX


Andy:

I did a rough count of hosts in various catagories and came up with the
following:

total hosts 273

hosts with no traffic either week 27  (these may be installed interfaces
with nothing currently attached)

161 host with traffic (including 39 TACs)

84 hosts with no traffic (including 7 TIPs/TACs)

since TIPs and TACs are being taken care of by BBN the hosts in question
are then

161-39 = 122 hosts with traffic

84-7 = 77 hosts with no traffic

122/199 = 62% of hosts had traffic

77/199 = 38% of hosts had no traffic

--jon.
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Date:      21 Dec 1982 2015-PST
From:      POSTEL at USC-ISIF
To:        malis at BBN-UNIX, dhenry at BBNC, gpark at BBNC, heiden at BBNC, dcacodeb627 at BBNB, dcacode252 at USC-ISI
Cc:        cerf at USC-ISI, tcp-ip at SRI-NIC, tcp-ip at BRL, lynch at ISIB, kahn at USC-ISI, DCLARK.INP%mit-multics at USC-ISID, mills at USC-ISID, feinler at SRI-NIC, herman at BBN-UNIX, haverty at BBN-UNIX, gurwitz at BBN-UNIX, miller at SRI-NIC, mayersohn at BBN-UNIX, daul at OFFICE, lieberman at OFFICE-2, POSTEL at USC-ISIF
Subject:   Re: TCP-only results, 12/13-14 (Very long message)
In response to the message sent  21 Dec 1982 1947-PST from POSTEL@USC-ISIF



There is another way of computing the percentages.  The number with traffic
or otherwise taken care of over the total hosts, and the the number not
ready over the total hosts.  Lets take 246 as the total hosts (leaving out
the 27 with no traffic either week).  Then we get 169 "ready" and 77 "not
ready", or

169/246 = 68% ready    and 77/246 = 31% not ready.

--jon.
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Date:      Thu Dec 23 08:13:43 1982
From:      TCP-IP@BRL
To:        fa.tcp-ip
Subject:   TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #28


TCP/IP Digest             Friday, 17 Dec 1982      Volume 1 : Issue 17

Today's Topics:
    MILNET/ARPANET Security?  && Performance on Packet Switched Networks
    Mail Programs for UNIX?  Q + A.  &&  Diagnostics for ECUs on VAXen?
      NIC access from UUCP?  &&  Need MOS driver for Interlan card
    No FOUO on ArpaNet for DARCOM  &&  Interfaces for Hyperchannel needed
                  TCP-only Results for December 13 & 14
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                         LIMITED DISTRIBUTION
          For Research Use Only --- Not for Public Distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: 6-Dec-82 12:16:16-EST (Mon)
From: cbosgd!mark at Ucb-C70 (Mark Horton)
Subject: MILNET/ARPANET
To: TCP-IP at BRL

While I'm in favor of the split, I'm disappointed that the best security
arrangement DCA could come up with was to forbid anything except mail
from passing through the gateways.  While people on the ARPANET probably
have no need to access anything on MILNET (except to send people mail),
I can see a need for a MILNET person to have access to the ARPANET.

Internet security is an important issue, not just for DCA but for the
rest of the world.  We at Bell Labs will have to address the same
issues, and were assuming a nice solution existed.  Sigh.  Off the top
of my head, I would think that internet packets could have the network
of origin validated to the extent that, say, MILNET could look at an
incoming MILNET packet stamped as originating on another MILNET host,
and be sure it really came from that host.  This can easily be done
at the gateway, by refusing to admit a MILNET stamped packet from
the outside.  Once this is done, the higher level protocols (ftp, telnet,
etc) could refuse to respond to requests from the outside, or possibly
require some additional confirmation (an extra password, a command
typed by the same user already logged into the MILNET machine, or a
phone call to a guard who would authorize the transaction on the orders
of the person initiating it).

I hope someone out there can come with something even better.  I'd really
hate to see mail be the only form of communiation between MILNET and the
outside - it would result in file transfer being done by mailing files.

	Mark Horton

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

Date: 6 Dec 1982 1329-PST
Sender: WESTINE at Usc-Isif
Subject: TCP-IP Digest, Vol 1 #27
From: Postel at SIF
To: TCP-IP at BRL

Mike:

I disagree with a point you claimed in the last TCP-IP Digest
(Vol.1 No. 27).  You said "The additional trunking provided by
the split will improve the performance greatly".  I agree that
a given net (set of nodes) with more trunks will likely have better
performance than the same net with less trunks.  However, it is
not at all clear that after the split either net will be better
than the combined net was.  One fundamental argument for packet
switching is the resource sharing argument.  That applies to the
trunks too.  One big system should be better than two smaller
systems.  Sometime administrative concerns take priority over
performance concerns, though.

--jon.

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

Date: 13 Dec 1982 1049-PST
From: NADC at Usc-Eclb
Subject: Mail Programs for UNIX ??
To:   POSTEL at Usc-Isif, TCP-IP at BRL

Hello,

1. At NADC we are presently working on installing UNIX 4.1 bsd and BBN's
TCP/IP and SMTP on a VAX for the ARPANET changed scheduled for 1 Jan 83.

2. I am interested in determining what programs are available for sending
and receiving ARPANET mail.

3. What are other sites with this environment (VAX, UNIX4.1 bsd, and BBN's
TCP/IP) using?  And what is a source for information on the programs?

                             Regards,
                             Dan Tarrant dan@NADC (currently NCP only)
                                       or NADC@ECLB
                             Naval Air Development Center
                             Warminster, PA  18974
                             (215) 441-2474/3220

[ For information on MMDF, one of the nicer UNIX mail systems, contact
  <Farber@UDEL>.  -Mike ]

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

Date: 14 Dec 1982 1722-PST
From: POSTEL at Usc-Isif
Subject: Re: Mail Programs for UNIX ??
To:   NADC at Usc-Eclb, TCP-IP at BRL

In response to the message sent  13 Dec 1982 1049-PST from NADC@USC-ECLB

Dan Tarrant:

BBN has mail programs running on the Unix systems there.  As you already
are getting the SMTP from them, you might ask about the user programs for
sending and reading mail too.

--jon.

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

Date:     15 Dec 82 15:04:14 EST  (Wed)
From:     Mark Weiser <mark%umcp-cs@Udel-Relay>
Subject:  Debugging ECU's on a Vax.
To:       unix-wizards at Sri-Csl, info-vax at Sri-Csl
Cc:       tcp-ip at BRL

We run the BBN/Purdue IP/TCP under 4.1bsd on a Vax-11/780 talking to an
ACC LHDH-11, talking to an ECU, talking to a 56kb DDS link to another
ECU at a far away IMP.  Our IMP sponsor says they will have trouble
supporting our connection since there are no diagnostic routines
running on Vaxes for the ECU's.  ACC (the ECU manufacturer) gives
the same story.  We have no spare PDP-11's around to try things out on.

My questions are:
Has anyone else run into this lack of diagnostic routines and
what did you do about it?  Has anyone else heard of the version
of RT-11 which runs on Vaxes in emulation mode, (if so, where can
I get it?) and since there is ECU diagnostic software which runs under 
RT-11, would this be a possibility for getting around the
problem?  Thanks in advance.


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

From:     chris%minn-ua@BRL-BMD
Date:     Sun Dec 12 09:56:24 1982
To:       pur-ee!decvax!brl-bmd!tcp-ip
Subject:  re:  digest

Thanks for the past digests.  I take it then that you have fixed the
expiration problems for news and we should see the digests come through
as material is available.

[ Yes, the USENET feed should now function properly.  -Mike ]

I noticed there is a file on some ARPA machine that is available for FTPing
that describes the current status of TCP-IP implementations, is there someway
I can FTP it from usenet or directly?  I run into this occasionally and it's
such a pain that I have got to figure out some general solution.

[ Sorry, if you are only a UUCP host, no FTPs.  I'll mail out files from
  the NIC for you if you ask, though.  -Mike ]

By the way, are there any other Cyber TCP-IP implementations other than the
Tek code?  We are running NOS 1.4-552.

Thanks a bunch for your help,

Chris

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

Date: 7 Dec 1982 1221-PST
Subject: need software for Interlan card
From: NEER at Usc-Eclb
To: tcp-ip at BRL

I would like to know if anyone out there has a driver written for
the Interlan ethernet card for lsi-11s running the MOS operating
system.

Or, does anyone have any ethernet driver for lsi-11 s on MOS.

Does anyone have tcp/ip on a 68000?

Like to hear from any and all.

Merle Neer(neer at eclb)

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

Date:     6 Dec 82 12:55:48-EST (Mon)
From:     Rucker at BRL
To:       Michael Muuss <mike@BRL>
cc:       tcp-ip at BRL
Subject:  Re:  FOUO on the ArpaNet, MILNET, DDN

It is my impression that DARCOM directed that FOUO may not be transmitted
over the ARPANET.  Of course such direction would apply only to DARCOM 
elements.  I have not heard that the DARCOM directive has been rescinded.

Regarding the FOUO designation, a recent DF suggested that it will be
redefined with respect to the Freedom of Information Act indicating that
material labelled FOUO contained information which could be deletable
under exemptions 2-9 of the FOIA.  A new AR 340-17, Chapter 4, is
supposed to be released and provide guidance for the application of the
caveat "FOUO".  AR 340-16, Safeguarding FOUO Info, was rescinded.

Ingo

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

Date: 9 Dec 1982 0834-EST (Thursday)
From: sanchez at Nswc-Wo
Subject: need info.
To: tcp-ip at BRL

   I am looking for any available information or contacts on software
interfaces for Hyperchannel adaptors for Xerox 9700 laser printer and
Data General eclipse 330 minicomputers. I would appreciate any help
or contacts you can give me. 

Thanks
Jim Sanchez
sanchez@nswc-wo

[ I'm not sure why this was sent to TCP-Digest, but if anybody can help,
  please respond directly to Jim.  -Mike ]

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

Date:    15 Dec 1982 11:56:33 EST (Wednesday)
From:    Andrew Malis <malis@Bbn-Unix>
Subject: TCP-only results, 12/13-14
To:      DCAcodeB627 at Bbnb, DCAcode252 at Usc-Isi
Cc:      Cerf at Usc-Isi, tcp-ip at Sri-Nic, tcp-ip at BRL

The following is the host-by-host througput breakdown for the
TCP-only days on December 13th and 14th.  Overall, the network
passed 28,446,350 packets, as compared to 31,802,350 packets on
December 6th and 7th, one week earlier.  This represents 89% of
the traffic on the 6th and 7th, but does not take into
consideration the larger number of packets required by TCP over
NCP. 

Since it takes some time to get NCP disabled throughout the net,
the statistics below list only packets sent after 01:00 on the
13th .  Thus, the grand total at the end is less than the figure
given in the previous paragraph.

Note that IMPs 3, 33, 35, and 36 had NCP enabled during the two
days, and that IMP 73 had NCP enabled on the 13th, and as a
result NCP-only hosts on those IMPs may show traffic.  This was
to allow the PLI hosts on these IMPs to work; it is expected that
the PLIs will not use link 0 by January 1st. 

*** following the total is used to mark any hosts that sent 0
packets on the 6th and 7th as well as on the 13th and 14th.  This
may mean that the host was just "off the air", rather than being
restricted to NCP only.

Regards,
Andy Malis
For the NOC
------------------

Host Throughput   From Mon Dec 13 01:00:00 1982           
		  To   Wed Dec 15 00:00:00 1982           

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

UCLA-ATS       { 1/0}          0          0          0
UCLA-CCN       { 1/1}       3025          0       3025
UCLA-SECURITY  { 1/2}          0          0          0
UCLA-LOCUS     { 1/3}      11811         47      11858
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           14836         47      14883    

SRI-NSC11      { 2/0}          0          0          0
SRI-KL         { 2/1}       3561        199       3760
SRI-CSL        { 2/2}          0          0          0
SRI-TSC        { 2/3}      10672          6      10678
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           14233        205      14438    

NOSC-CC        { 3/0}        772        876       1648
NOSC-SPEL      { 3/1}        360        187        547
LOGICON        { 3/2}        516          7        523
NPRDC          { 3/3}         40         14         54
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1688       1084       2772    

UTAH-CS        { 4/0}      66109       2222      68331
UTAH-TAC       { 4/2}      36704         75      36779
UTAH-20        { 4/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          102813       2297     105110    

BBNF           { 5/0}      47629      44054      91683
BBNG           { 5/1}     105303      25681     130984
BBN-PTIP       { 5/2}      83217     164734     247951
BBNA           { 5/3}      31999      25311      57310
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          268148     259780     527928    

MIT-MULTICS    { 6/0}     105880         18     105898
MIT-DMS        { 6/1}          0          0          0
MIT-AI         { 6/2}          0          0          0
MIT-ML         { 6/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          105880         18     105898    

RAND-RELAY     { 7/1}          0          0          0
RAND-TAC       { 7/2}      17438          0      17438
RAND-UNIX      { 7/3}       4961       2319       7280
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           22399       2319      24718    

NRL0           { 8/0}          0          0          0
NRL-AIC        { 8/1}          0        613        613
NSWC-WO        { 8/2}          0          0          0
NRL-TOPS10     { 8/3}          0          0          0
NRL-TCP        { 8/4}          0          0          0 ***
NSWC-TCP       { 8/5}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-ARCTAN     { 8/6}          0          0          0 ***
NRL-CSS        { 8/7}      54320       4266      58586
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           54320       4879      59199    

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


LL             {10/0}          0          0          0
LL-TCP         {10/1}          0          0          0 ***
LL-XN          {10/2}          0          0          0
LL-11          {10/3}       5140          0       5140
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5140          0       5140    

SU-AI          {11/0}          3          0          3
STAN-TAC       {11/2}      87468        549      88017
SU-SCORE       {11/3}     109827       4074     113901
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          197298       4623     201921    

DTI-VMS        {12/0}      11417       7775      19192
DTI0           {12/1}       2299       7435       9734
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13716      15210      28926    

GUNTER-UNIX    {13/0}          0          0          0
GUNTER-ADM     {13/1}     113374     461705     575079
GUNTER-TAC     {13/2}       1845     500748     502593
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          115219     962453    1077672    

CMU-10B        {14/0}          0          0          0
CMU-10A        {14/1}          0      21030      21030
CMU-GATEWAY    {14/2}      34584       2486      37070
CMU-20C        {14/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           34584      23516      58100    

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


MITRE0         {17/0}          3       5970       5973
MITRE-GATEWAY  {17/1}          0      87045      87045
MITRE-TAC      {17/2}     343942        192     344134
COMSAT-MTR     {17/3}     255945       9719     265664
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          599890     102926     702816    

RADC-MULTICS   {18/0}       6683      66895      73578
RADC-XPER      {18/1}          0          0          0 ***
RADC-TAC       {18/2}     113858      68319     182177
RADC-TOPS20    {18/3}      12721       6731      19452
ROCHESTER      {18/4}          0          0          0
RADC-UNIX      {18/5}          0          0          0
RADC-XMULTICS  {18/6}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          133262     141945     275207    

NBS-VMS        {19/0}          0          0          0
NBS-SDC        {19/1}          0          0          0
NBS-UNIX       {19/2}          0          0          0
NBS-PL         {19/3}          0       2784       2784
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		               0       2784       2784    

CCTC           {20/0}          0          0          0
DCEC-GATEWAY   {20/1}     516911      10913     527824
DCEC-TAC       {20/2}     115351        859     116210
EDN-UNIX       {20/3}      29116       1421      30537
DCA-EMS        {20/4}        582          0        582
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          661960      13193     675153    

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


ISI-SPEECH11   {22/0}          0          0          0
USC-ISI        {22/1}     721698          0     721698
USC-ISIC       {22/2}          0          0          0 ***
ISI-PSAT       {22/3}      14013          0      14013
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          735711          0     735711    

USC-ECLB       {23/0}    1260018       8739    1268757
USC-ECLC       {23/1}     129063       6435     135498
USC-TAC        {23/2}      13334        526      13860
USC-ECL        {23/3}     229669       3834     233503
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1632084      19534    1651618    

NADC-VAX       {24/0}      11312         49      11361
NADC           {24/2}          0          0          0
WHARTON-10     {24/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  ---------    
		           11312         49      11361    

SEISMO         {25/0}      38799       2368      41167
SAT-GATEWAY    {25/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           38799       2368      41167    

PENTAGON-TIP   {26/2}          0          0          0


USC-ISID       {27/0}    1156312       9591    1165903
ISI-PNG11      {27/1}      60648       4058      64706
ISI-VAXA       {27/2}     267617       7760     275377
RAND-RELAY     {27/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1484577      21409    1505986    

ARPA-DMS       {28/0}          0          0          0
ARPA1-TAC      {28/1}     171066         12     171078
ARPA2-TAC      {28/2}      84671         85      84756
ARPA-PENGUIN   {28/3}       3326          0       3326
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          259063         97     259160    

BRL            {29/0}          0          1          1
ABER-TAC       {29/2}      12540      44234      56774
BRL-BMD        {29/3}       3724      57303      61027
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           16264     101538     117802    

BROOKS-TAC     {30/0}        730          0        730
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             730          0        730    

CCA-UNIX       {31/0}        210        112        322
CCA-VMS        {31/1}      10131        261      10392
CCA-TAC        {31/2}       3519        363       3882
MIT-DEVMULTICS {31/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13860        736      14596    

PARC-MAXC      {32/0}       4320          7       4327
KESTREL        {32/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4320          7       4327    

NPS0           {33/0}      70989          6      70995
FNOC           {33/1}          0          0          0 ***
NPS-TAC        {33/2}      74339          0      74339
FNOC-SECURE    {33/3}       1381         46       1427
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          146709         52     146761    

LBL0           {34/0}          0          0          0
LBL-UNIX       {34/1}     107222       7354     114576
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          107222       7354     114576    

NOSC-SECURE2   {35/0}     137602          0     137602
NOSC-SDL       {35/1}        272          7        279
ACCAT-TAC      {35/2}     942043       1301     943344
NOSC-SECURE3   {35/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1079917       1308    1081225    

COINS-TAS      {36/0}        240       3714       3954
CINCPACFLT-WM  {36/1}       1927          0       1927
ALOHA-TAC      {36/2}      24926          0      24926
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           27093       3714      30807    

PURDUE         {37/0}      82546       2510      85056
CSNET-PURDUE   {37/2}     253375      23496     276871
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          335921      26006     361927    

BRAGG-GWY1     {38/0}     414990      11105     426095
BRAGG-STA1     {38/1}       3164          0       3164
BRAGG-TAC      {38/2}     518020          0     518020
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          936174      11105     947279    

NCC-TAC        {40/0}     225447          4     225451
PSAT-GATEWAY   {40/1}       5576          0       5576
HP-3000        {40/2}          0          0          0 ***
SATNET-GATEWAY {40/3}     936671      61716     998387
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1167694      61720    1229414    

REDSTONE-TAC   {41/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-1       {43/0}          0          0          0
OFFICE-2       {43/1}          0          0          0
OFFICE-3       {43/2}     500663          6     500669
OFFICE-7       {43/3}      30935         77      31012
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          531598         83     531681    

MIT-XX         {44/0}     459728         10     459738
LL-ASG         {44/1}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-TSTGW      {44/2}          0          0          0 ***
MIT-MC         {44/3}         16          6         22
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          459744         16     459760    

COLLINS-PR     {46/0}          0          0          0
COLLINS-PRGW   {46/1}          0          0          0
COLLNS-TAC     {46/2}      26634          2      26636
OKC-UNIX       {46/3}      14291          0      14291
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           40925          2      40927    

WPAFB0         {47/0}        248       3319       3567
WPAFB-AFWAL    {47/1}         84        337        421
WRPAT-TAC      {47/2}       6975       5175      12150
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            7307       8831      16138    

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


BBNB           {49/0}     232728          0     232728
CRONUS-GATEW   {49/1}     426990      11455     438445
BBNC           {49/3}     290871          0     290871
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          950589      11455     962044    

DARCOM-TAC     {50/2}     151781          0     151781
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          151781          0     151781    

SRI-C3PO       {51/1}     442681      49181     491862
SRI-UNIX       {51/2}         26         14         40
SRI-R2D2       {51/3}     446768      49928     496696
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          889475      99123     988598    

ISI-VAXB       {52/0}       6900       8222      15122
USC-ISIE       {52/1}    1104447      75608    1180055
USC-ISIF       {52/2}     357357     155614     512971
USC-ISIB       {52/3}     505939     199338     705277
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1974643     438782    2413425    

AFSC-AD        {53/0}       3776        103       3879
NCSC           {53/1}          0          0          0 ***
AFSC-DEV       {53/2}        570          0        570
MARTIN         {53/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4346        103       4449    

CIT-20         {54/0}      49326      35029      84355
CIT-VAX        {54/1}        499      46389      46888
ACC            {54/2}          0          0          0
JPL-VAX        {54/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           49825      81418     131243    

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


SUMEX-AIM      {56/0}          0          0          0
SU-DSN         {56/1}       2735          0       2735
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            2735          0       2735    

TYCHO          {57/0}       1009        708       1717
COINS-GATEWAY  {57/1}        192          0        192
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1201        708       1909    

NYU0           {58/0}          0          0          0
BNL            {58/1}          0          0          0
RUTGERS        {58/2}      47810       1892      49702
NUSC-NL        {58/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47810       1892      49702    

ETAC           {59/0}          0          0          0


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


STLA-TAC       {61/2}     447859          0     447859
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          447859          0     447859    

UTEXAS-11      {62/0}       6458       1614       8072
UTEXAS-20      {62/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            6458       1614       8072    

BBN-TAC        {63/1}      16821          0      16821
11/40-TESTGATE {63/3}          0          0          0
TIU-TEST-GATE  {63/5}         35          0         35
VAN-TEST-GATE  {63/6}       1077        131       1208
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           17933        131      18064    

MARTIN-B       {64/1}          0          0          0
ROBINS-TAC     {64/2}      19774          0      19774
ROBINS-UNIX    {64/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           19774          0      19774    

AFSC-SD        {65/0}          0          0          0
AFSD-TAC       {65/1}      30125      22914      53039
AEROSPACE      {65/2}       9579      24433      34012
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           39704      47347      87051    

MITRE-BEDFORD  {66/0}          0          0          0
AFGL1          {66/1}          1         67         68
AFGL-TAC       {66/2}      96752         65      96817
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           96753        132      96885    

AFSC-HQ        {67/0}          0          0          0
ANDRWS-TAC     {67/1}       2687        863       3550
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            2687        863       3550    

USGS1-MULTICS  {68/0}          0          0          0
USGS1-AMDAHL   {68/2}          0          0          0
USGS1-TAC      {68/3}      13852          0      13852
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           13852          0      13852    

USGS2-MULTICS  {69/0}          0          0          0
USGS2-TAC      {69/1}      54204          4      54208
USAFA-GW       {69/2}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           54204          4      54208    

USGS3-MULTICS  {70/0}          0          0          0
USGS3-TAC      {70/1}        950          6        956
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             950          6        956    

CLARK-IG       {71/1}      16609          0      16609
BBN-CLXX       {71/2}      30868       1060      31928
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47477       1060      48537    

BBN-NU         {72/0}      63517       1087      64604
BBN-UNIX       {72/1}          0          0          0
BBNP           {72/2}     261547     258861     520408
RCCGW          {72/3}     778156     187570     965726
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		         1103220     447518    1550738    

SRI-NIC        {73/0}      98584       1693     100277
SRI-WARF       {73/1}       6649     238573     245222
SRI-AI         {73/2}       1466      15459      16925
SRI-IU         {73/3}      77278       7236      84514
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          183977     262961     446938    

WSMR-TAC       {74/2}      16720          0      16720
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           16720          0      16720    

YUMA-TAC       {75/2}        929          0        929
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		             929          0        929    

MIT-GW         {77/0}     310415      13116     323531
MIT-TAC        {77/2}     248177       8469     256646
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          558592      21585     580177    

UCB-ARPA       {78/0}     157486       5955     163441
UCB-C70        {78/1}          0          0          0
UCB-INGVAX     {78/2}       9053          0       9053
MCCLELLAN      {78/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          166539       5955     172494    

DEC-2136       {79/0}      47605    3951424    3999029
DEC-MARLBORO   {79/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           47605    3951424    3999029    

HI-MULTICS     {80/0}          0          0          0
SAC-TAC2       {80/1}          0          0          0 ***
SAC-TAC        {80/2}     740059          0     740059
SAC-GW         {80/3}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          740059          0     740059    

NALCON         {81/0}          0          0          0
DTNSRDC        {81/1}          0          0          0
DAVID-TAC      {81/2}      36131        474      36605
NEMS           {81/3}       7554        329       7883
NSRDC-OA       {81/4}          0          0          0 ***
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           43685        803      44488    

BBNT           {82/0}          0          0          0
BBN-VAX        {82/1}     137223      21201     158424
BBN-INOC       {82/2}      80415          4      80419
BBNS           {82/3}     368497       8041     376538
BBN-RSM        {82/4}      48818      28652      77470
PSAT-GATEWAY   {82/5}          0          0          0
BBN-NOC2       {82/6}      35106        690      35796
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          670059      58588     728647    

MINET-LON      {83/0}          0          0          0
MINET-NOC      {83/1}          0          0          0 ***


NSWC-DL        {84/0}       3372      10685      14057
NSWC-TAC       {84/2}       7123      12199      19322
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           10495      22884      33379    

NWC-387A       {85/0}        810       1288       2098
CHINA-TAC      {85/2}        920          0        920
NWC-387B       {85/3}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1730       1288       3018    

SANDIA0        {87/0}          0          0          0


NLM-MCS        {88/0}          0          0          0


WASHINGTON0    {91/0}          0       4041       4041
WASH-TAC       {91/2}       4032         15       4047
UW-VLSI        {91/3}        102        159        261
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            4134       4215       8349    

NUSC-NPT       {92/2}          0          0          0


OFFICE-8       {93/0}     175916          0     175916
OFFICE-10      {93/1}      22965          0      22965
OFFICE-12      {93/2}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          198881          0     198881    

UWISC0         {94/0}     262449      11126     273575
CSNET-SH       {94/1}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		          262449      11126     273575    

S1-GATEWAY     {95/0}          0          0          0
S1-A           {95/1}          0          0          0
S1-B           {95/2}          0          0          0 ***
S1-C           {95/3}       5832       4191      10023
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5832       4191      10023    

UDEL-RELAY     {96/0}          0          0          0
UDEL-TCP       {96/1}       8739        813       9552
UDEL-EE        {96/2}      11963       2488      14451
CORNELL        {96/3}      24263       3402      27665
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		           44965       6703      51668    

PAXRV-TAC      {97/3}       5841          0       5841
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            5841          0       5841    

DLA-TAC        {98/0}       1262          0       1262
DLH-TAC        {98/2}          0          0          0
		       ---------  ---------  --------- 
		            1262          0       1262    



		                SUMMARY


		      Inter-Node       Intra-Node         Total

Net Totals:             20269440          7287087      27556527 

Daily Average:          10134720          3643543      13778263

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