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From: Joey Mengele (joey.mengelehushmail.com)
Date: Mon Apr 21 2008 - 14:46:42 CDT
On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 15:43:57 -0400 Valdis.Kletnieksvt.edu wrote:
>On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 15:04:19 EDT, Joey Mengele said:
>> Exactly, I was talking about the RFC that supersedes that
>> particular RFC.
>0959 File Transfer Protocol. J. Postel, J. Reynolds. October 1985.
> (Format: TXT=147316 bytes) (Obsoletes RFC0765) (Updated by
> RFC2640, RFC2773, RFC3659) (Also STD0009) (Status: STANDARD)
>RFC2228 is in fact about a security extension to FTP -
>4 of it does not have any subsections, so there is no 4.4.3.
>RFC2640 is about internationalization of FTP, and has sections
>and then 5. No 4.4.3 to be found.
>RFC2773 is about encryption using SKIPJACK, but it goes from 4.0
>with no intervening 4.4.3.
>RFC3659 is about FTP extensions, but unfortunately section 4 is
>SIZE extension, and has a 4.4 but no 4.4.3 subsection.
>So which RFC were you talking about?
I don't have time to hold your hand through this, some of us have
jobs to do other than posting RFC titles on Internet mailing lists.
>Hint: When you find you've dug yourself into a hole, it's usually
>good idea to keep digging...
I think you have demonstrated this for everyone. Perhaps now we can
close this thread. Or do you intend to continue your hijack?
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