ISSN 1944-1134

FAQs

What is your journal about?
A: The Internet Protocol Journal (IPJ) covers Internet technology and engineering issues, as outlined in the Announcement and Call for Papers.

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How often is your journal published?
A: IPJ is published quarterly.

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How is IPJ available? On paper? On the Web?
A: The journal is published on paper, but the material will also be available on the web (PDF and later HTML).

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How do I subscribe to the journal, and how much will it cost?
A: The journal is free. Just click on the "Subscriber Services" link and complete the online subscription form.

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Who writes the articles for IPJ, mostly Cisco people?
A: Articles are written by experts on any given topic. We draw on expertise from all over the industry, from educational institutions, and user communities, and the journal should provide the best technical insight, based on numerous different sources.

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Will IPJ be used to promote Cisco products and services?
A: No. The Internet Protocol Journal is about technologies rather than specific products. Cisco does not intend to publish product announcements, comparisons, or reviews. Many existing publications and institutions provide product information already.

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What is the format of the journal, and how many pages does a typical issue contain?
A: The journal has about 30-50 pages, and is printed on 8.5 x 11-inch paper with holes so that you can place back issues in a binder for reference.

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What kind of articles have you published?
A: Take a look at any of the PDF files on the web site for a sampling of what we have published so far.

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Where can I get more information?
A: If you have any further question send an e-mail to Ole Jacobsen Editor and Publisher of the IPJ. His e-mail address is: ole@cisco.com

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