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48-bit absolute internet and Ethernet host numbers

Yogen K. Dalal, Robert S. Printis
1981 Proceedings of the seventh symposium on Data communications - SIGCOMM '81  
This paper describes how the host numbering scheme was designed in the context of an overall internetwork and distributed systems architecture. CR Categories: 3.81.  ...  This is a radical departure from practices currently in use in internetwork systems and local networks.  ...  Acknowledgements Our decision to support an absolute host numbering scheme in internetwork and Ethernet systems was based on many years of experience with the Pup internetwork and the Experimental Ethernet  ... 
doi:10.1145/800081.802680 dblp:conf/sigcomm/DalalP81 fatcat:4oyyqjsvsvh6lho5fgs6a6myju

48-bit absolute internet and Ethernet host numbers

Yogen K. Dalal, Robert S. Printis
1981 Computer communication review  
This paper describes how the host numbering scheme was designed in the context of an overall internetwork and distributed systems architecture. CR Categories: 3.81.  ...  This is a radical departure from practices currently in use in internetwork systems and local networks.  ...  Acknowledgements Our decision to support an absolute host numbering scheme in internetwork and Ethernet systems was based on many years of experience with the Pup internetwork and the Experimental Ethernet  ... 
doi:10.1145/1013879.802680 fatcat:5aajseftl5gvdo5r5rre6muil4

Page 21 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 16, Issue 1 [page]

1984 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
REFERENCES BOGGS, D.R., SHOCH, J.F., TAFT, E.A. and METCALFE, R.M. (1980): PUP: an Internetwork Architecture, /EEE Trans. Communications, Vol. COM-28, No. 4, pp. 612-624.  ...  IBM Corporation (1982): Systems Network Architecture. Two doc- uments: (i) Concepts and Products, GC30-3072; (ii) Format and Protocol Reference Manual: Architectural Logic, $C30- 3112-2.  ... 

A coherent scheme to support location-independent references in internetwork environment

Ray Cheng, J. W. S. Liu
1982 Proceedings of the June 7-10, 1982, national computer conference on - AFIPS '82  
We describe in this paper a coherent scheme to support location-independent references of remote entities in an internetwork environment where entities may dynamically connect to computer systems in different  ...  More specifically, we propose that name servers be provided within networks and in hosts to support user creation and use of symbolic internetwork names of entities.  ...  The internetwork naming and addressing schemes can be used both in datagram-oriented and in virtual-circuitoriented internetwork architectures.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1500774.1500871 dblp:conf/afips/ChengL82 fatcat:vfir4z6cpnfcxjw4drz573towu

The ISO Reference Model of Open Systems Interconnection

Leslie Jill Miller
1981 Proceedings of the ACM '81 conference on - ACM 81  
the Department of Defense Internet and the Xerox Pup Architecture.  ...  There are, however, standard internetwork protocols such as those for handling the datagrams of the Department of Defense Internet [4] and the Xerox Pup architecture [1].  ...  layer that an error has occurred.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800175.809901 dblp:conf/acm/Miller81a fatcat:xrmm54e4f5aklk7644thxaxyl4

Pilot: an operating system for a personal computer

David D. Redell, Yogen K. Dalal, Thomas R. Horsley, Hugh C. Lauer, William C. Lynch, Paul R. McJones, Hal G. Murray, Stephen C. Purcell
1980 Communications of the ACM  
The success of the close integration of Mesa and Pilot with the machine architecture is largely due to the talent and energy of the people who designed and built the hardware and microcode for our personal  ...  The constituent networks of an internet are used only as a transmission medium. The source, destination, and internetwork router computers are all Pilot machines.  ...  Virtual Memory The machine architecture on which Pilot runs defines a simple linear virtual memory of up to 2 32 16-bit words.  ... 
doi:10.1145/358818.358822 fatcat:tcg7hewgqnfnllghzxjj2mfgti

Pilot: An Operating System for a Personal Computer [chapter]

David D. Redell, Yogen K. Dalal, Thomas R. Horsley, Hugh C. Lauer, William C. Lynch, Paul R. McJones, Hal G. Murray, Stephen C. Purcell
2001 Classic Operating Systems  
The success of the close integration of Mesa and Pilot with the machine architecture is largely due to the talent and energy of the people who designed and built the hardware and microcode for our personal  ...  The constituent networks of an internet are used only as a transmission medium. The source, destination, and internetwork router computers are all Pilot machines.  ...  Virtual Memory The machine architecture on which Pilot runs defines a simple linear virtual memory of up to 2 32 16-bit words.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-3510-9_20 fatcat:7wmvrqvvnrdzrlzg7ktzl4idbe

Connectionless data transmission

A. Lyman Chapin
1982 Computer communication review  
Existing internet protocols which are intended for interconnection of a diverse variety of networks are based on a connectionless service [for example the PUP Internetwork protocol[44], the Department  ...  The potential availability of two complementary services at each layer of the architecture raises an obvious question -how to choose between them?  ...  an (N)-connection for the transmission."  ... 
doi:10.1145/1015596.1015598 fatcat:kn6ssqlvpnerjopz2od3k572ii

Page 52 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 20, Issue 1 [page]

1986 The Information Management Journal  
4,25,26 which functions within IBM’s Sys- tems Network Architecture (SNA) environment and defines standards for the communications formats and interchange protocols for documents.  ...  There are three major internet protocols that are currently in use: the Xerox internet protocol (PUP);"’ the Inter- net Protocol from the TCP/IP suite, developed under the auspices of the U.S.  ... 

Multicast routing in datagram internetworks and extended LANs

Stephen E. Deering, David R. Cheriton
1990 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems  
Multicasting, the transmission of a packet to a group of hosts, is an important service for improving the efficiency and robustness of distributed systems and applications.  ...  To address this limitation, we specify extensions to two common internetwork routing algorithmsdistance-vector routing and link-state routing-to support low-delay datagram multicasting beyond a single  ...  For example, the original Arpanet routing protocol [21] was based on distance-vector routing, as was the Xerox PUP Internet [4] routing protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1145/78952.78953 fatcat:lhl2uypc2fakties5zcdmce7se

Multicast routing in internetworks and extended LANs

Stephen E. Deering
1995 Computer communication review  
internetwork.  ...  across multiple, interconnected networks, and the increasing availability of high-performance, high-capacity switching nodes and networks, lead us to consider providing LAN-style multicasting across an  ...  They, as well as Bruce Hitson, Cary Gray, and an anonymous reviewer, provided many other helpful comme,nts on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/205447.205457 fatcat:hqifkvk5sjb2nnoskklms5pzpu

Multicast routing in internetworks and extended LANs

S. E. Deering
1988 Symposium proceedings on Communications architectures and protocols - SIGCOMM '88  
In this paper, we propose extensions to two common internetwork routing algorithms~istance-vector routing and link-state routingto support low-delay datagram multicasting.  ...  across multiple, interconnected networks, and the increasing availability of high-performance, high-capacity switching nodes and networks, lead us to consider providing LAN-style multicasting across an  ...  They, as well as Bruce Hitson, Gary Gray, and an anonymous reviewer, provided many other helpful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/52324.52331 dblp:conf/sigcomm/Deering88 fatcat:ona7xd6k7jemjaib7w443ykz5a

Fragmentation considered harmful

C. A. Kent, J. C. Mogul
1987 Computer communication review  
Internetworks can be built from many different kinds of networks, with varying limits on maximum packet size.  ...  We would also like to thank Dave Boggs for continually reminding us that Pup got it right.  ...  (Transparent fragmentation was successful in the Pup architecture because almost all non-gateway Pup hosts were attached to networks with MTUs larger than the maximum allowed Pup datagram size [2] .)  ... 
doi:10.1145/55483.55524 fatcat:zsolvbgyfbftpk4jvdz4my77dq

Fragmentation considered harmful

Christopher A. Kent, Jeffrey C. Mogul
1995 Computer communication review  
Internetworks can be built from many different kinds of networks, with varying limits on maximum packet size.  ...  We would also like to thank Dave Boggs for continually reminding us that Pup got it right.  ...  (Transparent fragmentation was successful in the Pup architecture because almost all non-gateway Pup hosts were attached to networks with MTUs larger than the maximum allowed Pup datagram size [2] .)  ... 
doi:10.1145/205447.205456 fatcat:7n7fmmc34fenjotszand6pu54e

Multicast routing in internetworks and extended LANs

S. E. Deering
1988 Computer communication review  
In this paper, we propose extensions to two common internetwork routing algorithms~istance-vector routing and link-state routingto support low-delay datagram multicasting.  ...  across multiple, interconnected networks, and the increasing availability of high-performance, high-capacity switching nodes and networks, lead us to consider providing LAN-style multicasting across an  ...  They, as well as Bruce Hitson, Gary Gray, and an anonymous reviewer, provided many other helpful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/52325.52331 fatcat:56oqffwygzgfla27tckaa4rpyy
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