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A Revised Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts 
directories. This draft is a work item of the Router Requirements Working 
Group of the IETF.                                                         

Note: This revision reflects comments received during the last call period.

       Title     : Requirements for IP Version 4 Routers                   
       Author(s) : F. Baker
       Filename  : draft-ietf-rreq-cidr-03.txt
       Pages     : 228
       Date      : 04/11/1995

This document is an updated version of RFC 1716, the historical Router 
Requirements document.  That RFC preserved the significant work that went 
into the working group, but failed to adequately describe current 
technology for the IESG to consider it a current standard.     
            
The current editor had been asked to bring the document up to date, so that
it is useful as a procurement specification and a guide to implementors.  
In this, he stands squarely on the shoulders of those who have gone before 
him, and depends largely on expert contributors for text.  Any credit is 
theirs, the errors are his.                                 

The content and form of this document are due, in large part, to the
working group's chair, and document's original editor and author: 
Philip Almquist.  It is also largely due to the efforts of its previous 
editor, Frank Kastenholz.  Without their efforts, this document 
would not exist.                      

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