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What is an Internet Standard?

An Internet Standard (STD) is a normative specification (that is approved by the IESG and published as an RFC) of a technology or methodology applicable to the Internet. Internet Standards are created and published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). An Internet Standard is characterised by technical reliability and usefulness. The IETF also defines a proposed standard as a less mature but stable and well-reviewed specification.

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