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Additional Protocol States The Additional Protocol States are ones that exist distinct from maturity level, but are not directly tied to developmental state. Historic Protocols that have been replaced by more recent ones or that never received enough interest to develop. Historic protocols are very unlikely to become Internet standards. , protocols developed by vendors or other standardization organizations). These protocols are posted for the benefit of the Internet community. Internet Standards A protocol, or set of related protocols, that has been standardized is indexed as an STD (Standard), such as STD 5.
Recommendations made via working groups within the IETF can be sent to the IAB to be declared Internet standards. The IETF chairman and the area managers form the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG). Another organization, called the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF), is responsible for network research and the development of new technology. The Internet Research Steering Group (IRSG) sets priorities and coordinates research activities. 3 displays the ISOC structure. 3 ISOC structure ISOC IAB Organization IRTF IETF BOARD IRSG IESG Working Groups Research Groups Area 1 Area 8 Requests for Comments (RFCs) Requests for Comments (RFCs) are published documents of interest to the Internet community.
46. C. UDP can provide for a faster, unreliable delivery of data, without the overhead of session management. See Chapter 4 for more information. 47. D. FTP’s binary mode for transferring files requires no encoding or decoding of data, unlike MIME email attachments. While some FTP servers support compression, this does not make the protocol efficient, and although FTP uses ports 20 and 21 for control and data connections, that has no bearing on throughput or efficiency of the transfer. FTP does not use encryption.