Cite this STD: TXTSTD 5 contains the following RFCs:
|RFC 791, STD 5||Internet Protocol||J. Postel||September 1981||Obsoletes RFC 760, Updated by RFC 1349, RFC 2474, RFC 6864, Errata||Internet Standard|
|RFC 792, STD 5||Internet Control Message Protocol||J. Postel||September 1981||Obsoletes RFC 777, Updated by RFC 950, RFC 4884, RFC 6633, RFC 6918, Errata||Internet Standard|
|RFC 919, STD 5||Broadcasting Internet Datagrams||J.C. Mogul||October 1984||Internet Standard|
|RFC 922, STD 5||Broadcasting Internet datagrams in the presence of subnets||J.C. Mogul||October 1984||Internet Standard|
|RFC 950, STD 5||Internet Standard Subnetting Procedure||J.C. Mogul, J. Postel||August 1985||Updates RFC 792, Updated by RFC 6918||Internet Standard|
|RFC 1112, STD 5||Host extensions for IP multicasting||S.E. Deering||August 1989||Obsoletes RFC 988, RFC 1054, Updated by RFC 2236||Internet Standard|
Abstract of RFC 791
Abstract of RFC 792
Abstract of RFC 919
This RFC proposes simple rules for broadcasting Internet datagrams on local networks that support broadcast, for addressing broadcasts, and for how gateways should handle them. This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
Abstract of RFC 922
We propose simple rules for broadcasting Internet datagrams on local networks that support broadcast, for addressing broadcasts, and for how gateways should handle them. This RFC suggests a proposed protocol for the ARPA-Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
Abstract of RFC 950
This memo discusses the utility of "subnets" of Internet networks, which are logically visible sub-sections of a single Internet network. For administrative or technical reasons, many organizations have chosen to divide one Internet network into several subnets, instead of acquiring a set of Internet network numbers. This memo specifies procedures for the use of subnets. These procedures are for hosts (e.g., workstations). The procedures used in and between subnet gateways are not fully described. Important motivation and background information for a subnetting standard is provided in RFC-940. This RFC specifies a protocol for the ARPA-Internet community. If subnetting is implemented it is strongly recommended that these procedures be followed.
Abstract of RFC 1112
This memo specifies the extensions required of a host implementation of the Internet Protocol (IP) to support multicasting. Recommended procedure for IP multicasting in the Internet. This RFC obsoletes RFCs 998 and 1054. [STANDARDS-TRACK]
For the definition of Status, see RFC 2026.
For the definition of Stream, see RFC 4844.