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RFC 2188 on ESRO

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        RFC 2188:  

        Title:      AT&T/Neda's Efficient Short Remote Operations
                    (ESRO) Protocol Specification Version 1.2
	Author:     M. Banan, M. Taylor, and J. Cheng
        Date:       September 1997
        Pages:      57
        Characters: 118374
        Updates/Obsoletes: None


This document specifies the service model, the notation and protocol
for Efficient Short Remote Operations (ESRO). The ESRO service is
similar to and is consistent with other Remote Procedure Call
services.  The emphasis of ESRO service definition and the ESRO
protocol is on efficiency.  ESRO is designed specifically with
wireless network (e.g., CDPD) usage in mind.

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