Questions tagged [RFC] (21)

0
answer

Should the title of List-Unsubscribe to be URL encoded?

Each letter is sent as a part of the distribution (from mailing list) should contain control meta headers. Among them, practically the most used List-Unsubscribe indicating the address of the resource, excluding the address of the mailing list (RFC2369). But in this RFC and related (RFC8058) I did not find recommendations a...
dena.Treut asked April 7th 20 at 08:55
1
answer

Fragmentation of IP packets, will help to clarify?

The General gist IP fragmentation, I realized that when the network settings the MTU(Max Transmission Unit) which produces packets less than the max network, the bits related to the data are divided into several parts and sent further to the network. In RFC 791 https://rfc2.ru/791.rfc/16 there is an algorithm of the procedu...
bernard_Wisozk asked March 25th 20 at 13:01
1
answer

As for SSH hosts agree on the compression?

In RFC 4253 (description transport layer Protocol, SSH) States that the Protocol supports data compression. There are two compression options: none (no compression) and zlib (zlib algorithm) But nowhere describes how hosts negotiate.
ashlee83 asked March 17th 20 at 12:43
1
answer

Standard for automatic replies email servers

Scroll through the list of RFCs on this topic but I can not highlight the essence. What information about a sent letter can be obtained from avtomaticheskogo server response in case of failure sending the letter and what document defines it?
destin_Miller asked October 10th 19 at 12:51
1
answer

Specification MD2?

Looking for the normal version rfc1319. In all that I found (looked at dozens) — skipped rows. For example:The 16-byte checksum C[0 ... 15] is appended to the message. Let M[0<br> with checksum), where N' = N + 16. If someone saw the normal version please share :)
Janelle_Gerhold94 asked October 10th 19 at 12:43
5
answers

Tell us about the "+" in the email?

One customer claims that this is a normal box: word+login@domain.tld Of course, I understand that it is somewhere in the RFC is valid, but the first time I meet. Little where such a format is skipped, including on my sites... PS I think, on Habre wrote about it, but could not find anything :(
emmanuel asked October 10th 19 at 03:34
2
answers

The History Of Private Address Space

According to RFC 1918 The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved the<br> the following three blocks of the IP address space for private internets:<br> <br / > 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 (10/8 prefix)<br> 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 (172.16/12 prefix)<br> 192.168.0.0 - 192.16...
Abbey_Ebe asked October 10th 19 at 00:51
6
answers

Websockets: working where?

I now want to start implementing some software that should work with the flow of browser-server. I want to understand, now a RFC-6455. Wikipedia is conflicting information. In the Russian article says that the support is enabled by default only in Chrome; Firefox and Opera by default turned off support for websockets due to...
triston_Hilpert9 asked October 8th 19 at 03:28
1
answer

How to compress a string in RFC 1951?

Trying to write the client on java for the socket server in php. Use gzinflate/gzdeflate function on the server. Client used java.util.zip.Deflater, but gzinflate swears "data error" and gzuncompress decompress a Bang. Spent the whole day trying to find information on the DEFLATE in java, but to no avail. What should I us...
Marc_Beier18 asked October 7th 19 at 17:19
2
answers

Support DHCP Option 121 and 249 on Mac OS X

Tell me, is there support options 121 and 249 (Classless Static Route) to DHCP and PPTP client Mac OS X? On the Internet found information about support for these options, but I have some clients with OS X refuse to accept routes from them, although other parameters are used and Windows is no problem.
lizeth_Weimann asked October 7th 19 at 13:45