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From:     doug (dhunt@enr)
Date:     13 Apr 90  11:50 AM
Subject:  IP over FDDI working group meeting


I just received a tentative agenda for the upcoming IETF meeting, scheduled
for 1-4 May in Pittsburgh.  I noticed that the tentative agenda does not
include a working group session covering IP over FDDI.  It is my
understanding that we now have a version of RFC 1103 to be forwarded
through the standardization process, and that we should be addressing
our next action item, which is to produce a document describing the
operation of IP and ARP on dual MAC FDDI stations.  What plan do you
feel our working group should follow to complete this action item?

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