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A C P Arpanet Control Program, Implementation of the DoD Internet Protocols for OS/MVS, release 1.60, November 1985; Lecture Foils. Robert Braden, Bob.

A C P Arpanet Control Program, Implementation of the DoD Internet Protocols for OS/MVS, release 1.60, November 1985; Lecture Foils.

UCLA Office of Academic Computing, Lecture Foils, approx. 50 pages, diagrams.
Condition: Stapled 8.5x11 sheets, cover sheet, diagrams throughout, typescript, clean and unmarked.
Price: $25.00
Item no. R374
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Outline includes, Overview of DoD Internet and TCP/IP Protocols; ACP overview - functions and organization; ICT - realtime operating system; A-services (network I/O services) and VCALL services (VTAM interface); LNI - local network interface; TCP/IP Implementation; User level protocols - telnet, ftp, smtp; Installation, operation and Diagnosis; C Code in the ACP
From WIkipedia -- Robert (Bob) Braden -- an American computer scientist who played a role in the development of the Internet. His research interests included end-to-end network protocols, especially in the transport and internetwork layers. ... While at UCLA, Braden was responsible for attaching UCLA's IBM 360/91 supercomputer to the ARPAnet, beginning in 1970. He was active in the ARPAnet Network Working Group, contributing to the design of the File Transfer Protocol in particular.
In 1978, he became a member of the Internet Working Group, which developed TCP/IP, and began development of a TCP/IP implementation for UCLA's IBM system. The UCLA IBM software was distributed to other OS/MVS sites, and was later sold commercially.