gregbo (gregbo) wrote,
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Speaking of ancient stuff, the Internet (as an "operational" network running the TCP/IP protocols) is almost 25 years old. There are some old digests: DDN-News and the TCP/IP Digest, that chronicle some of the events of that time. I find it interesting reading through those old digests about how things were going prior to the "official" TCP/IP cutover (1 January 1983), and comparing it to what's being said on the IETF, NANOG, and some other lists about IPv6 adoption and migration.
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