I don’t read every IETF RFC but I try look over a lot of them in my RSS reader as they are published. The IETF RFCs are all paginated like this, which is annoying. It’s not good politics to alienate the International audience this way.
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 23 Aug 10:
When working in a global company, a major problem is the way that some countries use the wrong date formatting. Say hello to ISO8601, standard for date formats.
I have a number of favorite RFC’s. Management of IP addresses by peg-dhcp is a testimony to solving a problem the simplest possible way
Every network engineer should read this RFC, and understand what it means. Possibly, should be required reading for all CCNA candidates.