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Title : IPv6 extension to RPC
Author(s) : S. Majee, P. Park
Filename : draft-smajee-rpc-ipv6-00.txt
Pages : 13
Date : 16-Feb-01
ONC+ RPC is a popular choice for developing various distributed
software and services. NFS (network File system) is one example of
that. This document describes the the various extensions and choices
made in order to support IPv6 in ONC RPC. The goal is to keep the
application porting effort to minimal or none depending on the
complexity of the application. It describes the changes necessary
for TI-RPC(Transport independent RPC) and TS-RPC(Socket based RPC).
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