Problems drawing up a draft for independant submission

Chad Giffin <> Wed, 04 June 2008 16:02 UTC

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Good day!

I am looking to make an independent submission to the RFC Editor, so I followed the links at and found myself at the site

it states therein:


   Every document to be published as an RFC must first be published online as an Internet Draft (email to with a format following IETF guidelines. 

whereas "IETF guidelines" is a link to

I have no access to ftp sites using the FTP protocol due to the nature of the setup of network I use.
Could any of you please provide me with a URL to access this document using HTTP and/or email me this particular document?


Chad Christopher Giffin
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