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(from FR). Uses GlimpseHTTP, searches multiple indexes, and it has some other helpful links. Search by number, name or keyword, and it also allows for misspellings. Nice site, not the most up to date.
RFC search. Can specify search of body, subject, author, or combinations thereof. Can also list results by order of relevance or RFC number.
(from US). For the person who knows how to find things. Very detailed with information on what RFC's are and links to RFC related sites. Frames and no-frames version, listed by author, date, category and number. Search by keyword. Great site.
(from UK). Has an RFC index and search capability to search multiple indexes. Search by number or keyword.
(from Canada). Search by number for RFCs and RTRs. Very simple and well organized.
(from JP). Search by number, filename or keyword. Also includes list of RFC's and separates RFC's by category. Nice site, includes RFC index with links to documents.
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(by Fred Baker from Cisco). Hyperlinked with links to Obsoleted and Updated RFCs
(from DE). Compressed (gzip) and uncomppressed RFCs, links obsoleted RFCs with new ones.
(from SE). Not the most uptodate index. Lists according to subject. Separate listing for April Fool's RFCs.
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