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1.4] Who provides information to the FAQ? (comp.dcom.lans.ethernet)




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This article is from the Ethernet FAQ, by James Messer James@NetworkUptime.com with numerous contributions by others.

1.4] Who provides information to the FAQ? (comp.dcom.lans.ethernet)

In many cases, the FAQ questions and answers are summarized from the
comp.dcom.lans.ethernet newsgroup. Much of this information is also
obtained from the IEEE standards (http://www.ieee.com) and related
technical documents.

Send any corrections or FAQ additions to James@NetworkUptime.com.
Our thanks to all who have provided information to this FAQ! Your
contributions are crucial for keeping this FAQ updated and
technically correct.

Since the comp.dcom.lans.ethernet newsgroup has not had an
'official' FAQ for a few years, this FAQ is in the early stages of
being rebuilt. There are certainly other questions that need to be
added to the FAQ, questions that need to be answered, and there are
probably inaccuracies with the answers that already exist in the
FAQ. If you have any suggestions or corrections for the FAQ, please
do not hesitate to e-mail James@NetworkUptime.com with additions or
corrections.

1.5 Can I use this FAQ on my web page? (comp.dcom.lans.ethernet)

Since this FAQ changes constantly, a copy of the FAQ on your web
page would be out of date in a very short time. Please don't do
this! A more appropriate method would be to set a hyperlink to the
URL found in the secondary header of this FAQ. Please send an e-mail
to James@NetworkUptime.com if you plan on adding a link to this FAQ
to your web page. I reserve the right to restrict the use of this
FAQ.

1.6 Copyright Information (comp.dcom.lans.ethernet)

Copyright (c) 1999 by James Messer, all rights reserved.

This FAQ may be posted to any USENET newsgroup, on-line service, or
BBS as long as it is posted in its entirety, includes this copyright
statement, and includes written permission from
James@NetworkUptime.com.

 

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