What is an R.F.C.?

I'm on the IPSec Comittee.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    See this site for a repository of RFCs:


    Requests for Comments are basically the written standards for technology that any manufacturer or user is supposed to follow to assure interoperability. This is why you can buy a Linksys wireless 802.11G router and use a NetGear 802.11G card to connect to it (using "G" wireless connectivity).

  • 1 decade ago

    It stands for Request For Comment. For more detailed info on what one is, see the link below.

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