The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet.
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This is the mailing list for the Transport Layer Security working group of the IETF. 2716 23782
by Stephen Farrell
Path Computation Element 1738 4330
by Mahendra Singh Negi
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by Henning Schulzrinne
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by Internet-Drafts Admi...
IETF Internet Area Mailing List 891 4719
by David Schinazi
NFSv4 Working Group 2885 13296
by Mkrtchyan, Tigran
IETF-Discussion 8337 64628
by Tim Chown
IP Version 6 Working Group (ipv6) 3100 22142
by sthaug
Common Authentication Technologies - Next Generation 853 5201
by Eric Rescorla-3
general discussion of application-layer protocols 2855 16194
by Mark Nottingham
IETF IS-IS working group 1045 3575
by Acee Lindem (acee)
Audio/Video Transport Working Group 3644 11190
by Ben Campbell-3
Inter-Domain Routing 2326 11628
by Robert Raszuk-3
Mobile Ad-hoc Networks 3257 11431
by Lou Berger
TCP Maintenance and Minor Extensions Working Group 1785 9004
by Scharf, Michael (Nok...
Transport Area Working Group 2618 9343
by Black, David-2
Multiparty Multimedia Session Control Working Group 3450 14171
by Thomas Stach
Pseudo Wires Edge to Edge 2238 7443
by Andrew G. Malis-3
Routing Area General mailing list 308 989
by Susan Hares-4
RTG Area: Bidirectional Forwarding Detection DT 770 3165
by Yingzhen Qu
1128 3578
by ziedb
IP Security 2260 9568
by Gabriel Lopez
14772 14933
by IETF Secretariat
Multi-Protocol Label Switching WG 4980 15624
by Tarek Saad (tsaad)
2666 12297
by Naiming Shen (naimin...
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by Anoop Ghanwani-2
Transport and Services Area (TSV) Mailing List.

The transport and services area covers a range of technical topics related to data transport in the Internet.
The major current topics are protocols (TCP, UDP, SCTP, DCCP), congestion control, multicast and forward-error-correction transports, QoS and reservation signaling, performance metrics, NAT regularization, NFS, and Internet storage.
The transport area intersects most frequently with Internet area, the applications area, the RAI area, the security area and several IRTF research groups.
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by mohamed.boucadair-2
Benchmarking Methodology Working Group 1117 2645
by Sarah Banks-3
IETF IP Performance Metrics Working Group 1457 3417
by Adrian Farrel(IETF C...
IETF Tools Discussion 1121 4400
by Robert Sparks
Protocol Independent Multicast 995 2777
by Alvaro Retana (areta...
The RFC (Request for Comments) series contains technical and organizational documents about the Internet, including the technical specifications and policy documents produced by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

The RFC Editor is funded by the Internet Society to edit and publish RFCs online. The RFC Editor maintains the master repository of RFCs as well as RFC meta-data, which can be searched online. The search results include the meta-data, links to the RFC text itself, and links to any errata.
Sub-Forums: RFC Interest
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by RSOC Chair
softwires wg discussion list 1348 6540
by Brzozowski, John-2
Secure Interdomain Routing 1991 8548
by Declan Ma-2
Proposed URI Schemes 208 1222
by Adam Roach-3
661 2203
by Alessandra De Paola
IMA (Internationalized eMail Address) 1057 5433
by Alexey Melnikov
Robust Header Compression 644 1674
by IETF Secretariat-2
IRTF-Announce 203 204
by Allison Mankin-2
Layer Two Tunneling Protocol Extensions 214 478
by Bob Briscoe-4
discussion of new namespace identifiers for URNs 157 534
by Janessa Glory
Signaling Transport 735 3352
by prabath weerasinghe
SIP for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions 1181 4211
by rfc-editor
Discussion list for header fields used in Internet messaging applications. 41 176
by Anne van Kesteren
This is the official IETF Mailing List for the HIP Working Group. 923 2763
by René Hummen-2
Security Issues in Network Event Logging 520 2041
by Job Snijders-2
open discussion forum for long/wide-range architectural issues 91 1194
by bensons
mailing list of BEHAVE IETF WG 1858 9758
by rfc-editor
Geographic Location/Privacy 1689 8209
by IETF Secretariat-2
235 836
by rfc-editor
Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access 359 1223
by yoshihiro.ohba
961 3785
by rfc-editor
LDAP Extension Working Group 129 874
by William Brown
Enhancements to Internet email to support diverse service enivronments 745 3325
by rfc-editor
PPP Extensions 98 463
by Megan Ferguson
Datagram Congestion Control Protocol 526 1665
by Pasi Sarolahti-2
Reliable Multicast Transport 438 776
by brian.adamson
SIPPING Working Group (applications of SIP) 1853 7843
by rfc-editor
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol 180 546
by rfc-editor
Media Gateway Control 765 2245
by Schwarz, Albrecht (N...
SNMP Agent Extensibility 56 91
by Randy Presuhn
Language Tag Registry Update working group discussion list 1112 9500
by Randy Presuhn
Distributed Management 103 200
by Randy Presuhn
Mobility for IPv4 1161 2256
by The IESG-3
Reliable Server Pooling 181 274
by Thomas Dreibholz-2
Anti-Spam Research Group - IRTF 327 4080
by kucingjoget
IP Telephony 132 344
by rfc-editor
IP Storage 286 929
by lokesharora
35 74
by đŸ”“Dan Wing
Speech Services Control Working Group 287 656
by Eric Burger-4
IPR-WG 456 3127
by todd
Centralized Conferencing 393 1031
by rfc-editor
IP over Cable Data Network 107 169
by Alice Russo
Mailing list for the ISMS working group 568 2804
by rfc-editor
Discussion list for the Media Control activity. Media Control defines a client-server protocol for media servers (MRF in 3GPP parlance) to offer media services to clients, such as application servers (AS in 3GPP parlance). 571 1780
by rfc-editor
Ethernet Interfaces an Hub MIB WG 164 318
by Romascanu, Dan (Dan)
Layer 1 Virtual Private Networks 159 304
by Adrian Farrel(IETF C...
IETF Remote Direct Data Placement (rddp) WG 93 187
by liuhuan123
Discussion of FEC Framework 419 1024
by The IESG-3
Next Steps in Signaling 868 3313
by IETF Secretariat-2
IP over InfiniBand WG Discussion List 21 48
by nyotnyot1
Mobile IPv6 specifies routing support which permits an IPv6 host to continue using its home address as it moves around the Internet, enabling continuity of sessions. Mobile IPv6 supports transparency above the IP layer, including maintenance of active transport level sessions. In addition, NEMO network mobility mechanisms built on top of Mobile IPv6 allow managing the mobility of an entire network, as it changes its point of attachment to the Internet. The base specifications consist of:
 * RFC 3775
 * RFC 3963
 * RFC 4877

The MEXT Working Group continues the work of the MIP6, NEMO, and MONAMI6 Working Groups.

The primary goal of MEXT will be to (A) enhance base IPv6 mobility by continuing work on developments that are required for wide-scale deployments and specific deployment scenarios.  Additionally, (B) the working group will ensure that any issues identified by implementation and interoperability experience are addressed, and that the base specifications are maintained. (C) The group will also produce informational documentation, such as design rationale documents or description of specific issues within the protocol.
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by ravi@jntucea
NEMO Working Group 219 1370
by Alessandra De Paola
GEN-ART: General Area Review Team 3161 7512
by Arnt Gulbrandsen
Peer-to-Peer Research Group 324 468
by Chiara Boldrini
The atom-syntax mailing list is the primary mailing list for the Atompub Working Group in the IETF. 289 2172
by Miles Fidelman
Remote Monitoring MIB Working Group 313 345
by Benoit Claise
Crypto Forum Research Group 89 335
by Paterson, Kenny
Multicast and Anycast Group Membership 190 588
by Brian Haberman-2
Discussion of issues related to directories 15 51
by Kurt Zeilenga
Internet Measurement Research Group 57 60
by Jelena Mirkovic-2
Differentiated services general discussion 19 25
by Brian E Carpenter-2
Monami6 WG 144 754
by Jorge Espi Aleman
List for implementation questions for NSIS protocols 25 59
by The Warrior
Internet and Management Support for Storage Working Group 173 294
by Black_David
Routing Protocol Security Requirements 75 512
by The IESG-3
Cross Registry Information Service Protocol 71 153
by The IESG-3
20 27
by Mushtaq Khan-4
IP Mobility Optimizations 162 370
by Marshall Eubanks
IP over Resilient Packet Rings 9 10
by Mark Townsley
68 405
by Ken Raeburn
259 545
by JP Vasseur (jvasseur...
128 970
by Andre-John Mas-4
Discussions leading to possible BOF for end-host overlay multicast standards 1 1
by sasi kala
Internet Emergency Preparedness Working Group 46 170
by The IESG-3
Working list for the WIDEX working group at IETF 40 97
by The IESG-3
Digital Identity Exchange 115 871
by tianxama
Source-Specific Multicast 6 13
by ahsanchisti
Path Maximum Transmission Unit Discovery 35 70
by The IESG-3
Policy Framework 6 6
by cyl_policy
Mailing list for possible diffserv control plane elements WG 15 49
by Paulo Mendes
by Internet-Drafts Admi...
The purpose of the TOOLS team is to provide IETF feedback and guidance during the development of software tools to support various parts of IETF activities. 0 0 Empty
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