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[al1992] 1992. DNS and BIND. O'Reilly & Associates, Sebastopol, Calif. Lots of details on the administrative tasks required to configure and run a name server.
[ad1993] 1993. “DHCP Options and BOOTP Vendor Extensions,” RFC 1533, 30 pages (Oct.).
[a1992] 1992. “Type of Service in the Internet Protocol Suite,” RFC 1349, 28 pages (July).How to use the type-of-service field in the IP header.
[a1993] 1993. “Requirements for IP Routers,” Internet Draft (Mar.).This is the draft of an RFC to replace RFC 1009 [Braden and Postel 1987]. The ...ed.