This post provides a means to produce a BibTex entry for a RFC or Internet-Draft document, generally comforming to the recommendation stated in the draft cited above, when the type of documents, RFC or Internet-Draft and the document number are provided. You may then copy and paste the BibTex entry to your
.bibfile. Note that the Internet-Draft number is not really a number, for instance, for the draft that mentioned above, the number is "draft-carpenter-rfc-citation-recs-01" (without quotation marks).
RFC Document Type and Number
To fill with a bibtex entry.