Re: RFC 1289 and Phase IV-Prime questions and nasty "-"

Art Berggreen <art@opal.acc.com> Thu, 03 December 1992 18:36 UTC

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From: Art Berggreen <art@opal.acc.com>
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To: phiv-mib@pa.dec.com, rick@cisco.com
Subject: Re: RFC 1289 and Phase IV-Prime questions and nasty "-"

>
>Phase IV' (prime) and Phase IV+ (plus) are not the same thing.
>The naming of these extensions to Phase IV is somewhat
>confusing.
>
>Phase IV+ includes the extensions for multipath routing. It is
>difficult to get an official copy of this specification. 
>
>Phase IV' includes the specification for DECnet on Token Ring. I think
>this spec has now been officially published and is available. 
>
>Rick Watson

Rick,

Thanks for the clarification.
No if we could get DEC to officially publish the Phase IV+ stuff...

Art